Lifestyles

Carving memories around masterpieces
Lifestyles

Carving memories around masterpieces

James Smith is reminded that God is the ultimate Creator every time he walks into his garage. “Not only is there a physical satisfaction when you see what you have made, but also spiritual one,” he said. It all started when the 2009 alumnus decided to look for a job […]

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How Your Phone Can Help You Study

Phones hardly have a reputation enhancing classroom learning. Texting, loud ringtones and Angry Birds have seen to that. But with thousands of apps being created every year, some are more of a help to students than a hindrance. Here are some apps that are worth a college student’s time. Evernote […]

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Acceptance in the ‘nontraditional’

The Poseys do things a little differently. When Trisha Posey found out she was pregnant, she didn’t tell anyone for five months. She was happily married to her husband of seven years, and they had been hoping for a child. Posey was researching for her dissertation at the University of […]

Too Young? Balancing school and marriage
Lifestyles

Too Young? Balancing school and marriage

Being a college student is a full time job within itself. Between sprinting to class and writing endless papers, one is lucky enough to catch five hours of sleep every night. However, that is not keeping a small number of couples from saying “I do” before they graduate. Just ask […]