Tag - Student Life

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Balancing Work & Family
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Visit Days
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Spontaneous Road trip
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Spiritual Deepening Week
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Studying… or the lack thereof
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Man United, Chinatown, and NTC Community
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Shred The Gnar
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Football, Didsbury, and Rivers&Robots
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Fitness & Fine Art
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Productive Procrastination

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

Spontaneous Road trip

So last weekend, my only plans were to work on my essay that was due on Monday. However, on Thursday night we were all sitting around playing card games and board games and wanted to play more but had already played all of the ones that we had. On Friday at like 4:30 Harriet told me that they were all going to her house in Swindon (about three hours away) to get some more board games and asked if I wanted to go. Of course, if there is anything that I am always down for at any time it is 1. Breakfast 2. Coffee 3. Naps 4. Good music and 5. ROAD TRIPS. So two hours later we were hitting the road. It was a great trip filled with jamming out in the car and deep heartfelt convos. I did end up getting my essay done in case you were wondering. Basically this vlog is a bunch of random clips from our road trip and us being our crazy selves. Enjoy!

Studying… or the lack thereof

Congratulations are in order MNU for we have just competed week 4 of our spring semester of school. You know what that means… Summer is just around the corner and seniors have already graduated and gone on vacation in their minds. *Senioritis has arrived and although I am only a junior I fear that I have also been diagnosed with the worst case of it. With that being said here are a few things that I do instead of studying: *Senioritis is defined by google as, “a supposed affliction of students in their final year of high school or college,[…]

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Man United, Chinatown, and NTC Community

So this past week I went to a Manchester United game, which is one of the biggest teams here in the UK. The stadium hold roughly 73,000 and every game is sold out. My friend and I got free tickets to go to the game last Sunday! It was really cool to see the team play, and they won 4-0! We also went to Chinatown for Chinese new year and they had carnival like rides along with stands of different noodles and tents to make Chinese crafts! After that we went and got brunch at a cafe called Moose cafe that is based on American and Canadian breakfast. On Thursday we also had a community meal with the people who live in Hurlet (the dorm halls on NTC’s campus).

Shred The Gnar

Week 16 Vlog. This video highlights Logan, Landen, and I’s adventure in Colorado. Check out all of the sights and sounds of us running around, and shredding that Gnar. Songs: Nothing, Kai Engel  & Roufianos, Pithikos.

Football, Didsbury, and Rivers&Robots

This last week I went to my first English football game. It was a smaller game, with only like 2000 people there, but their crowd was crazy. The entire crown was singing and chanting the entire game. I feel like our crowds at our games do chant sometimes, but not as much as this crowd did. I also did a tour of Didsbury to show what the town that NTC is in looks like. After our tour of Didsbury we went to city center to a small concert of a band called Rivers and Robots in a small coffee shop called Nexus art cafe.

Productive Procrastination

As students we face many labels, requirements, and obligations. We, so called Millennials, are constantly being told what activities to avoid in order to be successful in life. We even admit that many of those advices are perfectly reasonable and meant for our own good. On the other hand, if we followed all of the recommendations we would be nothing else but a bunch of boring and bored geeks. On a more specific tone, we all agree that one of the most enjoyable activities, one that happens to be the most criticised, is watching TV-shows. There is a bit of[…]

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