Tag - Academics

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Balancing Work & Family
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Visit Days
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Week one of Spring semester NTC style
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Midterms and Mass Chaos
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A Week in the Life of an MNU Student According to Snapchat
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5 Things College Has Taught Me
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When all you need is love but all you have is work
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Action Pact and Religions of the World
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SEMESTER OR QUARTERS📚🗓
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10 Questions College Students Are Tired Of Hearing

Balancing Work & Family

Week 18 Vlog. This video highlights my open forum of balancing work and family. Join the discussion and comment your opinion below Songs: True North, Adam Selzer

Week one of Spring semester NTC style

So this week was the first week back at school. We did not start till the 16th of January and that was only if you had an intensive. If you did not have an intensive then you do not start school until the 23rd of January. This is really nice because it means that you get an extra long break. An intensive means that you take a three credit hour semester long class and cram it into one week. They do school a little different over here in the UK. First of all, we only go to school Monday, Tuesday,[…]

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Midterms and Mass Chaos

As you all know by now midterm grades are upon us. What does this mean you may ask? Chaos. Mass chaos. Here’s 7 phases of this week that every college student feels on a spiritual level:   1.When you realize that its midterms and you have 2 projects, 5 tests, and and 3 papers due and you haven’t started working on anything:   2. When stress eating is becoming a real problem.   3. When you are in self denial and you think everything is going to be okay.   4. And then when reality sets back in and you realize there are not enough hours[…]

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A Week in the Life of an MNU Student According to Snapchat

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[…]

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5 Things College Has Taught Me

  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[…]

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When all you need is love but all you have is work

You know there’s a problem when you trudge up the steps of Smith on a Monday morning after having slept for three hours, get to the top of the stairs, realize your 9am class is on the bottom floor, walk down the stairs, realize you’re having small group Bible studies in place of class…and yours is happening in your office…on the top floor, so you sigh and accept your fate and trudge back upstairs only to realize that you left your backpack in the bathroom…downstairs. There is no amount of coffee in the world that can solve April. On top[…]

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Action Pact and Religions of the World

I have been loving this semester of classes that I’m in as well as the events that I’ve gotten to do through Action Pact, the improv SERVE team that I’m a part of. Friday Action Pact and VOP (Voices of Praise, the singing group that Quinn is a part of) got to work together to put on an awesome show for Heritage Christian Academy’s Father Daughter Banquet. It was a great tag-team event with VOP singing and Action Pact playing some games culminating in a SERVE team showdown lip sinc battle before VOP performed their final set. I love getting[…]

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SEMESTER OR QUARTERS📚🗓

Why are colleges set up differently then others? As in, why are some colleges set up as a quarter system, verse’s some are set up as a semester system? What makes them, so, different from one another? Well, the difference, for those that do not know, a semester is 14 to 16 weeks and a quarter is 6 to 8 weeks. There would be 2 quarters for 1 semester. I go back and forth if, I like semesters or quarter systems better. I like that there is only 8 weeks, which makes it crunch time all the time. I also, like,[…]

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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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