Archives for January, 2013

Save the Green!

Money, money, money. If you are in college, you are dealing with money.  Financial aid, paying for tuition, buying meals, entertainment with friends, the list seems to go on and on.  Sometimes the problem could be having too much money, but more than likely the problem is not having enough! This week I found out my computer’s hard drive crashed…for the second Read full article »

Still in Question

The start of the semester can present many challenges and questions, along with very few answers. Why am I here, what classes will I take, will I make new friends, which shoes will I wear? These are some of the many questions that may be running through your mind right about now.   Beginning college or continuing college can be complicated, yet Read full article »

Right On Time

Chapel is required of every student at CBU who is taking more than seven credit hours a semester. Although some students see it as just checking the box, I’ve found that it is very essential to everyday life at CBU. Back in November I was contemplating dropping school and going back into the military. Things weren’t going well for me, Read full article »


731 people. Over 50 countries. Each, a story. The balcony of the San Diego Civic Center was entirely occupied: stragglers in the aisles, strollers creating barricades between the upper and lower halves of the balcony, mingled with the snippets of dozens of languages that floated through the air. Families of different ethnicities had items strewn over entire rows of seats to view the Read full article »

We Are Accounted For

“So, whether you eat or drink, or whatever you do, do all to the glory of God.” – 1 Corinthians 10:31 (ESV) … “Therefore, do not be anxious about tomorrow, for tomorrow will be anxious for itself. Sufficient is the day for its own trouble.” – Matthew 6:34 (ESV) … I have come to highly value the opportunity I have had to spend at California Read full article »

Getting Healthy

This past week I decided to check out the new Recreation Center at CBU.  I did not make any New Year’s resolution this year. Let’s be honest. It is hard to keep those resolutions, but if I had made one, it would be to get fit and in shape this semester. I bought cute workout clothes to help motivate me to Read full article »

Ring by Spring?

Love is in the air. It’s not even spring yet and there are more diamonds floating around campus than the cave in Snow White and the Seven Dwarves.  Any CBU student can probably tell you that they know at least five people who have gotten engaged or married within the past two months.  The running joke “Ring by Spring” seems more Read full article »

The Most Wonderful Time of the Year

Believe it or not, I’m not talking about Christmas. My friends, the beginning of each semester in college is a truly wonderful time. I know I sound a bit like Hermione Granger when I say this, but I really do get excited about diving into new classes. The start of each new class means it is time to become increasingly excited Read full article »

Boast in Our Weaknesses

Nothing is more humbling than being asked to do something in the name of the Lord that you don’t feel confident or comfortable in. You know, that wham! stomach-hits-the-floor sort of overwhelming feeling that lets you know it’s the right thing to do because: 1) the opportunity has risen from a Plan apart from your own; 2) comes out of Read full article »

6 Saturdays and a Sunday

In my first piano lesson of the new semester (2013 already?!), my teacher said, “Over the break, I never knew which day it was - it was like six Saturdays and a Sunday for three weeks.” I don’t know about you, but my Saturdays consist of sleep, movie marathons, food, an occasional assignment, and more sleep. On the off chance that Read full article »

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