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10 Questions College Students Are Tired Of Hearing
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Who Done It?
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Discovering the MidWest Part I
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Diversity: The Road to a Smarter Church
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I Have Car Troubles Regularly
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DEAR ME, IT’S ME CALLING.
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KT’s Class Life
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To See Or Not To See…That IS The Question
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My Faith in a Pic
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Feeling the Love

10 Questions College Students Are Tired Of Hearing

Hey friends! So I have been thinking lately and I have no idea what I want to do with my life.  I am majoring in sociology and I have some ideas about what I want to do, but I have not fully committed to anything.  I am only 21!  Sometimes I tell myself that I am young and I have plenty of time.  But other times I feel so old and that if I do not figure this out soon, I am going to die sad and miserable!  I was asked a few days ago what I am majoring in[…]

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Who Done It?

We open TONIGHT! The Mouse Trap by Agatha Christie is being performed by the MNU Theatre Department in the Sunderland Theater in the Bell Cultural Events Center! Show dates are Thursday (7:30 PM), Friday (7:30 PM), Saturday (2:30 PM & 7:30 PM), and Sunday (2:30 PM). Tickets are $5 for Students, $10 for MNU Staff, $15 for Adults, and $12 for Senior Citizens! Join us for a night of murder mystery fun, and find out Who Done It! 🙂

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Discovering the MidWest Part I

I made it a challenge to myself to see as much of the USA as possible. I love travelling and I love adventures! Of course, I am limited to my college student budget as well as to my ability to go places and the terms of my school semesters and soccer. That is no reason though to stay in the room and just complain (which became quite expensive to me lately because of the challenge). Therefore I planned to discover the surrounding. It is fascinating how many places I already found that even locals didn’t know about. I completed the[…]

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Diversity: The Road to a Smarter Church

Dr. Cindy Peterson, one of my Communication professors, posted an article on our “Decision Making in Small Groups” class Moodle site entitled “How Diversity Makes Us Smarter” published by Scientific American. Around this same time that she did this, Dr. Dean Flemming talked to my Book of Acts class about diversity in the church. Learning these two things side by side, along with this being Black History Month, got me thinking…why can’t we combine these two concepts? The article mentioned above basically states that a good mixture of factors such as race, age, sex, and background bring a variety of different[…]

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I Have Car Troubles Regularly

Hey friends!  Let me just tell you a little bit of the awful time I had Thursday.  I have the worst time with cars and have car troubles regularly.  In October I wrecked my car and totaled it.  I have had multiple flat tires, ruined many break pads, and hit many, many mailboxes. So my most recent fiasco all started last Wednesday night.  At dinner Amanda asked if she could see my phone.  She does this thing where she will ask to see something, and once the person hands it to her she immediately throws it over her shoulder.  I[…]

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DEAR ME, IT’S ME CALLING.

I’m going to ask you to do something very gutsy. I want you to close your eyes. Okay, not literally close them. Travel down memory lane with me, and think about freshman you. Think about the list of things you were looking forward to. Think about the things you were nervous or afraid about. Think about all the things you learned. And then imagine with me if I gave you four quarters, and told you to call up your freshman self, and give them one advice, what would that be? Then I handed you four more quarters, and told you[…]

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KT’s Class Life

I’m in a lot of interesting business and marketing classes this semester, so I thought I would just briefly explain what I’m learning in all of them! I promise it’s not boring stuff. 😉 Consumer Behavior: In this marketing class, we are learning about consumer buying behavior any how that affects the way businesses should market to it’s customers. We are currently working on a project where we have to go to a store, evaluate people’s buying behaviors, and give suggestions to the company about how they can improve their marketing strategy. It’s a really interesting and challenging project… but[…]

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To See Or Not To See…That IS The Question

I’ve always been told to not take things for granted and I thought I was being careful not to. Except, for one thing: my glasses. I have worn glasses since the first grade and I know that I have a “glasses face”, meaning that my face looks great with glasses on. I’m pretty much blind without them and I know this. I went home this past weekend. I have a little sister with a big attitude. She got angry and started throwing things around 7:30 AM on Saturday morning. I got hit in the back of the head, my glasses[…]

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My Faith in a Pic

I have to admit that being a Christian in Europe differs greatly from being a Christian in Olathe, Kansas. At home, the only times you visit a church is on Christmas Eve or when you are a tourists. We have beautiful churches, but they are old and traditional. They are as old and traditional as the services, the messages preached and the songs that are sung. The result is that I barely ever went to church until I came here. And then I was confronted with a new perspective on faith and the bible which I barely knew anything about.[…]

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Feeling the Love

This weekend was absolutely incredible and full of love. Usually I wouldn’t cheese up Valentine’s day but this weekend was actually really special to me. Friday and Saturday I went to the Women of Faith Farewell Tour at the Sprint Center. Their theme was Loved and it was one of the most encouraging conferences I have ever been to. Most of the women who did this conference had been traveling and speaking together for twenty years. Several of the speakers were over sixty years old. It was incredibly encouraging to see women completely command that space, share their testimonies, and[…]

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