So here is a rundown of me and what I like to do at MNU. I apologize if it is poor for blogging enthusiasts, but I’m an optimist and realize it can only get better. Please enjoy!!!
This weekend, we had to travel to Dubuque, Iowa where we played Clarke University. The great part about away games is the traveling. For once, you get out of Olathe and see something new. The bad part about it is that reality catches up with you quickly and you realize how much behind you are in school. Until I came to MNU, I never had to travel farther than 2 hours away from my hometown. Now, we travel several hours to Iowa, Nebraska, Missouri, Oklahoma, or just in Kansas. Our last trip took us all the way to Iowa, past[…]Read More
We are young and wild and free thus we are justified to do nitty things. However, we can still live up to our full potential if we try a little bit. Let me share some of the things I would do differently If I had a time machine. Number One : Wrong Mindset Let me start with the most important thing of all. Mindset is such a powerful tool. It has a power to make us as successful, productive and positive as we wish. On the other hand, our mindset can cause a terrible damage. In my case, mindset has[…]Read More
Hello! So my name is Briana and I am a junior here at MNU. I am studying abroad in Manchester, England which is why you won’t see me on campus for the fall semester. I came to Europe two weeks early to travel and went to 8 cities and 6 countries. I am breaking up the videos by city so you don’t have to watch a ridiculously long video (you’re welcome). Dublin Ireland was my first stop on my two week holiday (as they call it in the UK), before going to NTC’s campus. I can’t wait to share my[…]Read More
Hello all! As some of you know this week I had to have surgery so I wasn’t on campus much. But not to worry, Snapchat kept me up to speed on all the hot gossip. So here’s a little insight into what happens on campus according to Snapchat: Campus Center: There was a serious lack of cheese in the cafeteria. Good to know. Good to know. Choir: Why yes, yes I do. Chapel: Students that don’t go to MNU yet do not be fooled by this picture. Chapel very rarely comes with doughnuts. But when it does it is[…]Read More
Hey Everyone! Landen and I collaborated on our first vlog to talk about making friends! We hope you enjoy it.
This past week, I have been doing a lot of things. In order to tell you about everything I tried to find something they all have in common which is that all of them happened for the first time. On Wednesday, some of my teammates spontaneously invited me to go to the Royals game. I was so excited because I have so much about it, but I have never been. The Royals play such an important role in Kansas City and the surrounding. Winning the World series last year, almost everyone can identify with the Royalty blue. It is a[…]Read More
My name is Logan and I’m about a month into my freshman year here at MNU. When we begin new journeys and start over in a new place, we encounter situations, people, and places that we’ve never experienced before. I’m going to talk about some of my experiences so far and what they’ve taught me. 1. Learn to manage your time wisely In High School my schedule was pretty much cut and dried. Go to school at 8 am, attend 7 classes, football practice after school, homework, free time, bed. There wasn’t much room to fit other stuff into[…]Read More
Hey guys! I am so thrilled to be a student blogger this year! This post is about sharing a little bit of who I am with you. So without further adieu here are 5 of the coolest things I’v done thus far at MNU: 1. Hung out with a Miniature Horse named Henry But the real joy was watching Josh eat grass alongside a miniature horse named Henry. I feel it is important to note that Josh is an MNU student and not a horse. 2. Wore footie pajama’s to The Cheesecake Factory People were looking at us like we[…]Read More
Where Were You When The World Stopped Turning? Hello everybody, I know that this is a heavy topic for the first blog, however, I believe that September 11 is worth of our remembrance. Fifteen years ago this very day changed the world. I was just seven years old when two highjacked planes crashed into the World Trade Centre and another one struck the Pentagon building. Still, I remember it vividly. I was sitting in a kitchen, watching TV, not knowing why tears flooded my eyes. All I knew was that somewhere overseas very bad things had happened. I also remember[…]Read More