Archive - December 2012

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People
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Ways to avoid taking finals.
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The Atypical Typical Finals Post
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{Emily} Cheer
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Wrap it up!
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….and the campaign theme is…!
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National Society of Leadership and Success
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A Weekend Away….The National Youth Workers Convention
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{Emily} Ugly Sweater Party and Basketball

People

  HEY GUYS!!! So this is the last MNU Blog I will post before the end of the semester :(.  But hey, its ok!! I’m not quite done yet AND we will all post a few times over break!  But as of now I have four finals down and only ONE more to go.  Finally I’m almost done!  This week has been something else, let me tell you.  So first of all, I have had five finals to get through and that has been CRAZY!  Studying was definitely NOT my focal point this week and I’m a little more unprepared[…]

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Ways to avoid taking finals.

People of MNU Blogs. I hate finals! But who feels any differently? It’s almost like professors hate giving them too. Oh, and I have 3 today. 3! Speaking of 3, that’s the time my alarm went off this morning so I could come to Ihop to study. It seemed like a good idea at the time I set my alarm, but no matter how you spin it, studying for tests that cover everything you’ve learned over the semester is stressful! Therefore I present to you you: Top 7 ways to avoid taking finals. 7. Marry a Royals baseball player. No[…]

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The Atypical Typical Finals Post

  My final in New Testament is gonna be a killer! 8 page study guide, over 200 questions to prepare for, and it’s early on Friday morning. OUCH! But that’s okay, the class was very informative, evaluating Professor Flemming’s clothing choices with a fellow classmate through Twitter everyday was fun, and the jokes of Dr. Dean were very…. humorous. I appreciate the class and the ability it presented to grow in walking with Christ. Taking a break from that subject, another break taken was at the Procrastination Party. This event was for students to say, “Studying, schmudying!” and say, “HELLO!”[…]

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Wrap it up!

What a crazy semester it has been- I don’t think I can say I’ve had crazier! A few things I won’t miss about Fall 2012. No Shave November. (featured: Jordan Dages) Studying and working on projects like… a cute metaphor that is not coming to my mind at the moment. (featured: Rachel Boan) Cramming my brain with an infinite amount of ways to market products.. What’s interesting is that, all the things above are truly the things I enjoy the most about MNU as well. Any university will have No Shave November contests. Anywhere you go, you’ll spend long hours[…]

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….and the campaign theme is…!

A few weeks ago I blogged about my Promotion Management class project. For those of you just tuning in, our Promotion Management class was given the assignment of creating an Integrated Marketing Communications campaign for Blue Springs Harley Davidson. After 3 months of slaving away at creating the perfect project to present to our client and about 7 all nighters later, I present to you: The introduction/Overview: “There is truly nothing more exciting than the sound of a Harley-Davidson motorcycle on the highway. Whether that bike be the highlight of a long car ride across the Midwest or a short[…]

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National Society of Leadership and Success

How boring does the title of this post sound? I wish I could describe the excitement that comes with this title! Allow me to try. For the first 3 weeks of my past summer I spent in a classroom learning business statistics. One of the nice things about MNU is the summer courses- you can take a class for a few hours a day and in 3 weeks you’re done with a gen-ed requirement! I digress… I was in the business office on a break one day getting coffee and a professor asked me if I would be interested in[…]

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A Weekend Away….The National Youth Workers Convention

A couple weekends ago I joined the ministry majors and Professor Mark Hays on a trip to Dallas, Texas, for the National Youth Workers Convention. We all got up at the crack of dawn, piled into the MNU van, and made our way to the conference where we would be joining thousands of other college students, youth pastors, and youth volunteers. In going I was hoping for some more insight and wisdom into what it looks like to be a pastor’s wife and what all to expect in being involved in full-time ministry. My fiance is a youth pastor and throughout the[…]

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