Author - Allegra Vieux

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Photoboothin’
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Being an adult
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A break from the webshow
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Stephen Rowell interview of sorts
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The Rules of Dating at MNU
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Webshow: Valentine’s edition
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Talk Show week 2
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My First Vlog
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the prankster gets pranked…
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Cabin Fever

Photoboothin’

Once upon a time, there were 7 girls named Katy, Konner, Debbie, Lindsay, Ashley, Morgan, and Allegra. These awesomely talented and beautiful ladies were all in Public Relations, in which they were assigned a project. The project was to create a benefit event for a local nonprofit organization. The nonprofit chosen was Teen Challenge, and at the event, they decided a photobooth would only be appropriate. So the girls searched the highs and lows of Pinterest and found the above background, made with colored table cloths from the dollar store. A party busted out in Spindle 102, also known as[…]

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Being an adult

Hello blog world. I have been absent. You probably didn’t notice, but I’ll go ahead and humor myself and let you know what’s up. So in school right now, I’m a teacher’s assistant for the Public Relations class. It’s a chance for me to learn about effective leadership and management and all that important stuff. Last year, I took public relations with Dr. Hamilton. We were split into groups and chose local nonprofit organizations to do benefit events for. Our group of 3 chose the Kansas City Girls home Teen Challenge. (Teen Challenge is an international rehab for people of[…]

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A break from the webshow

Friends. Family. Followers. Remember that one time when I accidentally deleted the majority of the footage from the first take of Andy Blum’s video? Because I’m beginning to notice a pattern. I filmed with Gordie Wetmore (MNU student and celebrity) featuring his magic griddle in a little how-to segment… and then there was 1:37 saved out of 9 minutes overall. As any true friend would, Gordie agreed to re-take the video. Be watching for that to come up. I will tell you that as of right now I’m flooded with homework, so be watching after spring break. Things I have[…]

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Stephen Rowell interview of sorts

Attention MidAmerica Nazarene University Blogs followers: Planned for this week’s episode was the much anticipated interview of MNU’s own Stephen Rowell.¬†Stephen gave advice and described the role of the best friend of a guy in the relationship. He comes with much expertise, and I am sorry to announce that due to circumstances which were out of my control, the interview was tampered with. See below. Check out the hilarious interview which unfolded. Over and out!

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The Rules of Dating at MNU

Friends. Followers. Lend me your eyes. (ears would be good too.) A good friend of mine with whom I interviewed 2 days prior named Andy Blum RE-FILMED our interview. I can testify that this is way better than the video posted yesterday. Watch us talk to my computer here. Happy day after Valentine’s day and enjoy. Over and Out!

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My First Vlog

Have I ever mentioned that my goal in life is to have my own talk show? Seriously though. I’ve watched Oprah since I was 6. I’m not so much into the “Vlogging” concept, but I am into talking to people. See, the way I see it is if people make millions off of talking to people, then that must mean people are interested in the lives of others. And if I like talking to people, and you like learning about other people then… Ladies and Gents of MNU Blogs, I present, my first talk show. I’ll be interviewing real Pioneers[…]

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the prankster gets pranked…

This is a video coming at you from a Cabin Fever experience. We were given a few hours to look around at the outlet malls in Branson. Those who know me know that I LOVE pranking people. Nothing destructive, just good fun. Well, I guess what goes around comes around. Thanks to Gabe Crumpley for this awesome footage.    

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Cabin Fever

  This past week, I spent doing a J-term called “Groups and Group Dynamics,” aka Cabin Fever. 8 students piled into a van with Professor Hamilton and headed to a cabin in Branson for a week. We had class room discussions in a living room around a fireplace and tasks to accomplish as a group, such as building a tower out of recyclables that was 30 inches tall and could hold a brick off the ground for longer than 30 seconds. or searching for our own names on tombstones in cemeteries (I was set up for failure with my name.)[…]

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