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Road trip to Newcastle
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Going to College Ten Minutes from Home
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Road Trip Adventures
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Summer Jobs
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Dare I Say This?
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It’s London, baby!
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What’s Your Jam?
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21 & Sober
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MAKING HISTORY
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When in Rome

Road trip to Newcastle

This week’s vlog is from a few weeks ago when me and two of my British friends (Tristan and Karl) decided to visit Karl’s hometown. He is from the north of England and they have their own accent called “jordy”. Sometimes even Karl couldn’t understand what people were saying. Let me tell you man, it was insane. We got to go to the beach, saw a castle, and even saw where one of the scenes of Harry Potter was filmed!

Going to College Ten Minutes from Home

This week has been very busy and hectic so I’ve decided that instead of making a video blog, I would write a blog! Also, I was going through my camera and found the picture featured above, and thought it was pretty cool. Anyway, I’m going to share a little bit about how my college experience has been, living just ten minutes from home! For me, deciding where to go to college was one of the toughest and most extensive decisions I had ever made in my life. There were so many factors I had think about. What was the campus[…]

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Road Trip Adventures

Thursday 6am: Departure from cook center  Prayer with JP Thank goodness the coaches brought donuts Sky is looking beautiful in the morning Unable to sleep 9am: First movie Life as we know it People sleeping in the aisles 10 am: Passing St. Louis Unable to take a good picture 10:45 am: Chipotle We came 15 min early so it wasn’t open yet Coffee obsession kicks in, but no Starbucks in sight Finally found a Barnes & Nobles 12 pm: Finding Dori 2 pm: Stop at a gas station We made it to Illinois! 2:30 pm: Step Up movie We hit a bump and movie turns off[…]

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Dare I Say This?

This week I had one of the most fearful and risky conversations in my life. I know how big the issue with political correctness is, however my stubborn brain keeps telling me to wage a war against it. I believe that political correctness is a disease that needs to be cured, and the only way to beat it is to talk about the issues it covers. I was so happy to find once again that professors at MNU are absolutely fabulous in helping with problems of all kinds. In fact, I realized that I am at the right university where[…]

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It’s London, baby!

My last stop on my way to school was London, England! All while I was there I could only think of the Friends episode where the gang goes to London and Joey says the whole trip, “It’s London, baby!” Anyways, it was sad because my whirlwind tour of Europe was coming to a close, but I was also excited to get to school. We flew in from Rome, and got there at about midnight. We got to see the changing of the guard, Buckingham Palace, Big Ben, and the London Eye. We also got some pretty bomb fish and chips. Surprisingly enough, it only rained once while we were there and it was only for like an hour. I think I will be partial to London since it is the country where I have been going to school, but anyone who actually lives in the UK isn’t too fond of London. Hopefully I will be able to go back soon!

What’s Your Jam?

There are two things that are very important in life: Music and Jelly. Music is an amazing art that brings people together. And Jelly is delicious on PB and J sandwiches. So this week I went around to some of MNU’s finest and asked the question What’s Your Current Jam? Some answered the question with their favorite song. You know, the one they shamelessly jam out to in their car. While others took a different route and discussed the sugary goo that they spread on thier toasted whole wheat bread. Either way these answers are pure gold. Blake and Maddie Blake:[…]

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MAKING HISTORY

Semi-finals of the Conference Tournament: When you think of a MNU vs Baker match, you immediately picture two big crowds, excitement, emotions, and competition. You have one side in red and blue and the other one in orange and white. You have loud cheers and an even louder bench. When you play Baker, you leave nothing on the field! When we played Baker in the semi-finals, it meant revenge. Last year, we lost against them in PKs and it was the end for our season. We lost 3:2 in season this year, clearly being the better team in the second[…]

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When in Rome

Rome, Italy was the 7th stop on my way to school! We got to see the Vatican, the Sistine Chapel, the Pantheon, the Colosseum, and the Trevi Fountain! Basically walked the entire city of Rome in one day, but it was so worth it!

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