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Glory in the Mundane

February 14, 2024

Glory in the Mundane

No one told me college would be harder when it got easier. As a junior PWID student at Cedarville University, I feel like I’ve finally found my feet after freshman year sent me reeling. The friendships I planted in the darkness of that time are blooming in the light now, and my relationship with the

Ten Minutes Before Class: The Best Time of the Day

January 16, 2024

Ten Minutes Before Class: The Best Time of the Day

Sitting in a circle of students, I listened to the happy chatter as my professor prepared for class. Suddenly, one student burst into the room and announced his record time. He had been running to grab food between classes the whole semester, and today was his fastest sprint. All eight of us doubled over with

The Summer that Changed My Life

December 1, 2023

The Summer that Changed My Life

“Every single one of you is here for a reason this summer: to use your gifts to make a difference for God’s Kingdom and glorify Him.”  Even though Edward Graham, Chief Operating Officer of Samaritan’s Purse, was speaking to a room full of 72 eager college students, it felt like he was only talking to

Will ChatGPT Make Writers Irrelevant

October 13, 2023

Will ChatGPT Make Writers Irrelevant

“Did you know there’s a website students are using to write papers for them?” my dad asked me over dinner one evening. His question caught me off guard. “No, what do you mean?” I responded.  My high school freshman brother explained how ChatGPT is growing in popularity and can generate unique papers on any subject.

Guys Can Be PWID Majors Too

September 11, 2023

Guys Can Be PWID Majors Too

There I was, a sophomore walking into my second PWID class. I took a seat in the front row next to one of my friends and watched my classmates file into the room. Right before class began, I looked around and thought, Huh, I’m the only guy in this room. I felt a tinge of

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