Archives for October, 2012

Mourning to Joy

Count it all joy, my brothers, when you meet trials of various kinds, for you know that the testing of your faith produces steadfastness. And let steadfastness have its full effect, that you may be perfect and complete, lacking in nothing. James 1: 2-4 Four years ago this week, I lost my mother to cancer. I was a high school junior, with Read full article »

We’re here…

I just wanted to encourage the freshmen or people who don’t feel like they belong here. There are a lot of adjustments to make in college, but having good friends can help. One thing that I have noticed about CBU is that it is a school that welcomes people. I think that many people struggle with identity once they start college. Read full article »

What I Learned From an Evening With Batman

Let’s talk about Batman for a minute. I regard Batman as the most hardcore of all superheroes. I’m a fan of Christopher Nolan’s trilogy for two main reasons: One, because the story of the Dark Knight is told in a truly astounding way. Two, Christian Bale plays Batman. That is great, too. I actually had a dream once that I married Read full article »

It’s Beginning to Look a Lot like Christmas?

It is starting to get cold and autumn-like at CBU — making me very excited.  I have rummaged through my scarf collection and dusted off my boots for fall. Autumn is not typically one of my favorite times of the year, though. One of the reasons I love CBU is because it is 75 degrees in the winter. However, for Read full article »

Stress Buster

I love taking tests so much. It is my sixth favorite thing in the world, right behind chocolate, Doctor Who, rainy days, sliding across hardwood floor with socks on, and kittens. I just adore cramming as much information into my head as I possibly can and testing how well I actually retained everything I learned. Okay, that might be a little Read full article »

Stranded

    Having a CBU student ID card has its perks. I don’t have a car, so getting around can be a little hard. There are so many things that would be easier to do if I had a car. Going to the movies takes lots of planning. Thanks to the Riverside Transit Agency, CBU students can get free rides by swiping Read full article »

Plaid Hits the Stage

Lights.     Camera.     Plaid.   Plaid? Yes. Plaid. Of the “forever” kind. Plaid has had its ups and downs in the fashion world, but here on campus, it has left an impression on all of those who have partaken in the musical phenomenon in the Wallace Theater. I’m talking about Forever Plaid, the fall musical that CBU’s drama department has masterfully produced Read full article »

When I Grow Up

No one ever told me how much fun it was to grow up.  Everyone always warned me “life is hard; don’t grow up too quickly.” Call me young and naïve, but I quite enjoy it. This year I am a full-time senior student at CBU committed to two jobs, a boyfriend and a local church and college group. Despite all this busyness, I Read full article »

Seek Week 2012

I am blessed to be going to a school that cares about its students. The fact that we have Seek Week set aside as a time for students to focus on their relationship with God makes CBU special. I think that “The Word of God”, this semester’s theme for Seek Week, is applicable to both Christians and non-Christians, because all the Read full article »

Bible Stories.

Introverted. Self-Reliant. Opinionated. Determined. Strong-willed. Creative. With that said, naturally, I am a voracious reader. Diving into a world created by another imaginative writer brings joy to my heart. I love knowing that God blessed the author with a gift for words and and the ability to worship the ultimate Creator through their abilities. Fiction and philosophical works generally pique my interest Read full article »

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