Archives for Jarad Armstrong

Final Thoughts

During my short time as a student blogger here at CBU, I have explained a few of my ideas. Recently, I wrote about self -acceptance. I believe that one must accept themselves as an individual and be comfortable with who they are. Too many times young people get caught up in the glamour that is hollywierd. Today’s society tells us that Read full article »

Moving Forward

We all know summer is quickly approaching, which means freedom for the most part. While summer is a time for us all to relax and enjoy ourselves, it doesn’t mean that we should regress. CBU will be operating during the summer months, and there are a few important classes being offered. The summer sessions are great opportunity for students to get Read full article »

Kinda Deep

The countdown has begun! Finals will begin in a couple of weeks and summer break is on the horizon! I’ve had a wonderful time this semester, meeting new friends and experiencing new things. I got the chance to play intramural basketball, which was a blast. I received much needed inspiration from the many guest speakers at chapel and even watched my Read full article »

Party like a Lancer!

Recently, CBU sponsored a trip to see the Los Angeles Clippers play at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. For those of you who aren’t fans, the L.A. Clippers are that other basketball team L.A. has. Our school is always giving back to students in various ways throughout the semester. Considering the fact that I’ve never been to a professional Read full article »

Round Two

This summer will be a busy one thanks to California Baptist University. CBU is always having a career fair here on campus. This week it hosted one March 20 for business and communication studies majors. I am done with classes fairly early on Wednesdays so I went check it out. There were many employers looking for new hires and interns. Even Read full article »

Beach Body

The semester glass is half empty with summer quickly approaching. In today’s society, American men and women are held to unbelievably high standards. The bar is even higher for people here in California. Thank goodness we don’t have that problem here at CBU, right? Wrong. Movies, books, magazines, pop culture and the media paint pictures of the ideal human figure. Men Read full article »

Breaking The Mold

A lot of people think that Christians are stiff and pushy. The fact is, a lot of us may be pushy or even direct, but I think we still know how to have fun. As Christians, we are taught that we must share the good news with the masses. There are a lot of untapped souls in the world that Read full article »

Penny For My Thought

Busy, busy, busy. The semester seems to be really flying by right about now. Midterms are quickly approaching, not to mention spring break With that being said, professors are not messing around. Many are pushing out work assignments as fast as they can think of them. It can be a challenge just to keep up with all the papers and other 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 »

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