This week I thought that I would take a break from my travel videos and show you around NTC’s campus. I hope you enjoy this video featuring my crazy (and slightly awesome) friends!
Join us this week as we talk with some of our friends about the best items to bring to college to enhance your dorm experience! Plus, a bonus clip of our competition between dorms called Lanbarger ‘Lympics! Enjoy
Week 2 Vlog. This video highlights my busy week at MIdAmerica Nazarene University. Song: Voice on Your Shoulder, Ryan Little.
Last week we totally forgot to introduce ourselves, so this week we talk more about ourselves and our journeys to MNU. Make sure you watch until the end… Landen is a jerk. Just kidding, he’s awesome!
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
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
[three_fifth_last][/three_fifth_last] Guys, it’s time! Time to separate the reals from the fake, the Queen B’s from the Kardashians, the Pioneers from the settlers. This is what makes you a pioneer! Hopefully you can Identify and enjoy! If you’ve never had a conversation with Pope St. John, and not laugh or smile then you’re not a pioneer. If you’ve never texted your home girl (or homie) to come open the door for you, because you stayed out past curfew then you’re not a pioneer. If you’ve never had to squeeze six people into an individual study room, because all the group[…]Read More
This school year has been so much more than I ever could’ve imagined. I have had amazing opportunities I never thought would come. I’ve also had incredible people in my life that equip me to be successful and encourage me to be fully who I was made to be. This blog is dedicated to those people – the ones that I couldn’t live without. 1. My family The first people I couldn’t live without are my family. My mom and dad have always been so encouraging in whatever endeavor I’m pursuing. They have been so gracious to support me in[…]Read More
I have been learning some valuable lessons about having fun this last week. It seems like it would be easy, like Oh, of course I know how to have fun, don’t you? But in reality, in the middle of the insanity that is April, I found myself focusing on the stress so much that I nearly forgot how to have fun. Tuesday the Sophomore class council threw a Napoleon Dynamite prom. It was hosted in the tipping point in the Land Gym building on campus. The movie was playing in the tipping point, there were tater tots in the cafe[…]Read More
Our university is under attack. Our greatest enemy is greater than running out of toilet paper, your 8am class, getting busted for staying later for open dorms, and even bigger than finals. What’s bigger than all of that? The large epidemic of singleness that has prolonged its visit upon our campus. We have been called to “be fruitful and increase in number; to multiply on the earth and increase upon it.” (Genesis 9:7) (After we ring by spring first, of course). But how can we ring by spring if there is such a big gap between the guys and girls[…]Read More