Hey, I’m Gwendolyn! You can call me Gwen, if you want, or Gwendy, or Gwennie. In an effort to do that, here are some of the basics: I’m a English major going into my senior year, and I’m from a rural, small town in Minnesota. I’m spending my summer... View Article
Hey guys, I’m back here with one more senior wisdom for you.
Wow. Here I was thinking about what everyone was doing for me, but had I stopped to consider what kind of friend I had been to them?
We all have days when the only thing that will help our mood is to watch a very particular movie. And trust me, there’s a movie for every mood you could have.
Every Cedarville student should be involved in at least one extracurricular activity. Maybe they should even be involved in two. Maybe even three! That may be a bold statement, I know. However, it’s one I greatly believe in. Am I allowed to call it “Cal’s Law of Being CedarInvolved?”
This past week I had the privilege of having both my parents join me on campus for a fun-filled day of watching Cedarville’s winter play, hanging out, and eating pizza (and yes, I ate an entire pizza by myself).
If you don’t know who Andrew Peterson is, then you will hopefully want to when you finish reading this.
As a proud Michigander, I often think that I am well equipped to handle odd weather. Grand Rapids, my hometown, is situated mere miles away from Lake Michigan, and with that comes round after round of heavy lake effect snow every winter. Along with that snow we also will get random weekends of 60 degree weather, often in December or January.
So it’s Valentine’s Day, you don’t have a significant other, and you don’t know what to do.
“Leading with courage is hard. But I’m going to do it with the Lord beside me, behind me, and in front of me.”