There is this stereotype that says grandparents are boring, out of style and not relatable to anyone under the age of 50. I have grown up believing the stereotype is wrong. I have always believed that grandparents should be respected for their wisdom and cherished for their personality.
We love marriage at JBU. We love dating, DTRs – all things relationships. If someone is single, it’s usually that they are “not ready for that yet” or they “haven’t found the right one.” But one thing is for sure; everybody’s going to get married someday. Just maybe not now.
I will be graduating in less than two months. I never thought it would come so fast. I know I am not the only one who has a lot of questions, uncertainties, and stress caused by up-coming graduation. After all, we all got used to the comfort of the JBU system.
I remember back in high school, to be on time to something meant pinning yourself down as a nerd or a freshman. Seriously, showing up at a school dance at the actual time it started was like asking your classmates to mock you.
‘Tis the season for complaining, or at least that is how it seems. With spring break nearly within reach, the last thing students want to think about are the remaining assignments between them and their vacation plans.
Every college student lives for the special seven days that occur every spring semester. These seven days provide freedom, tan lines, and memories worth telling future grandchildren. This is the magic of spring break.