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30 THINGS THAT WILL MAKE YOU A PIONEER AND NOT A SETTLER!
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10 Times Liz Lemon Embodied The MNU College Experience
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Cracking Down
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an MNU filled weekend
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11 thoughts
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Here’s a Snippet of this Friday Night.
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Passion in Pictures
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The Weekend of All Weekends
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What To Expect While Living In The Dorms…
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The Roommate Situation, My Life, Academics, and Other Things That Might Not Fall Into This Category

30 THINGS THAT WILL MAKE YOU A PIONEER AND NOT A SETTLER!

[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[…]

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10 Times Liz Lemon Embodied The MNU College Experience

Liz Lemon is a pretty strange woman from the hit TV series 30 Rock.  I think that she perfectly and strangely captures the college experience here at MNU.  I am sure that everyone here has experienced at least one of these Liz Lemon moments. When you can’t figure out how to hook up the cable in your dorm room. 2. When you are looking forward to Glow With The Flow at the end of next semester because you know this year is going to wreck you.                            […]

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Cracking Down

Hi! As we begin to wrap up the school year, I don’t know about anyone else, but my stress meter has exploded. I just finished a 1500 word paper, which, that sounds really bad, but I actually quite enjoyed it! It just took too much time. Lately my mind has been everywhere in attempts to process everything that’s going on all at once. I feel like I’m trying to relive the past school year in hopes to make sure they’re real. If that makes sense. Being a sensitive person, the end to this school year has really got me on[…]

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an MNU filled weekend

Hey friends! So I just want to brag on our faculty here at MNU for a second. First of all, they are loving, caring, kind, fun, funny, and really want to be a part of your life. I say this because I went to a baseball game this weekend with Lisa Downs and we had a blast! There were also many other faculty members there that made it so fun. I also love that they come and support us at whatever it is we are doing. I always see faculty and staff at sporting events, choir shows and many other events[…]

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11 thoughts

So yeah, just 11 thoughts that I wanted to share. Here they are written out: 11. It’s always a frightening moment when you’re not sure if all that came out was just gas. 10. There is no “morning after” or regret when a person follows Christ. (Without going into any details, there have frankly been times in my life when I woke up in the morning wishing I had made different decisions the previous day.) 9. Faith, particularly faithfulness to Him, is risky. 8. Vulnerability too is risky; but I have found that the reward far outweighs the cost. 7.[…]

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Here’s a Snippet of this Friday Night.

Here’s a video of some of the players from our stellar Men’s Soccer team. Here’s Jor-El jumping off that four-winged creature back at Krypton! In other non-related news, here are three things that are on my Amazon Wish list…. Which is also the same thing as my Christmas gift wish list…. Hint Hint to anyone willing…:)        

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Passion in Pictures

Pictures capture a moment in time. A spot in history that can never be truly replicated. Snapping the obnoxious laughter from a more-corny-than-actually-humorous joke or catching the relief of a runner crossing the finish line is a fulfilling feeling. But it’s not fulfilling simply because the picture isn’t blurry. It’s fulfilling because there’s a story behind the picture. This story can impact the way you live because it molds the way you view life, people, and individual moments. Maybe it’s obvious and maybe it’s up to interpretation. For example, the corny joke is from a blooming friendship that is an[…]

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The Weekend of All Weekends

Hello lovely friends, Well as you can tell by my title, this weekend was pretty sweet. Probably one of the most eventful weekends i’ve had since I’ve been here. So let the pictures begin! :] To start off telling you guys about this eventful weekend, I thought id let you meet one of my friends. Well, here he is. His name is Daniel. and yes, you’re right, he IS balancing on top of a metal bar in our laundry room, or as the door tells us, the “Launders.” Maybe I should explain why this was happening. A couple of girls in our[…]

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What To Expect While Living In The Dorms…

  A lot of people ask: Hey, what’s it like living in the dorms? And as I look back into their starry, wandering eyes, I give them the rapid, to-the-point, version on what life is like in the dorms. Because I think that’s what they want to hear… Because I think that’s what’s best… But it’s not. They want to know all the juicy details. They want to know what it looks like; how many rules there are; how many people are placed in a room, and so on and so forth… Luckily, I’ve had the pleasure to live in[…]

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The Roommate Situation, My Life, Academics, and Other Things That Might Not Fall Into This Category

Blog World, it’s true: Today, my blog has no direct theme and is full of random information. Random information, in which, I hope you find helpful… The Roommate: I think the scariest thing about moving away from home, and onto a college campus, would be living with someone you don’t know. For the next nine months, you get to share your personal space with a complete, and total, stranger. However, it’s not as scary as it seems. A roommate can be someone you confide in, someone you share many laughs with, and someone you will remember for the rest of[…]

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