by Arlan Paloalto – Wednesday, January 16, 2013
The new semester starts tomorrow and all I can say is that I am truly excited.
by Kalynn Brown – Tuesday, January 15, 2013
Since my New Years resolution to health, I have been committed to a two week long raw food diet, where I have been trying to eat all of my food raw. (Not raw meat, of course. Just raw fruits, veggies, and nuts.) I only have a couple more days of raw eating, so today I decided to make a smoothie for breakfast.
by Kalynn Brown – Monday, January 14, 2013
The New Year is a time that many people have designated to change their lifestyles. In the past, I have done the same and made resolution after resolution that is always abandoned after the end of January, or, if I’m really feeling ambitious, February. This year, I did something different.
by Serena Robles – Sunday, January 13, 2013
The first few days back at NU after break are always a bit awkward for me. It is in these days where I spend a lot of time reflecting and asking God where He is in my moments and what He wants me to learn. Always, He reminds me of the need for community.
by Bethany Porter – Thursday, January 10, 2013
I will give any future college students a heads up now: never order your textbooks less than a week before classes start!
by Christian Dawson – Tuesday, January 8, 2013
Freshman year is super exciting as a student. Everything is new, cool, and away from parents! Three years later as a Junior, it can be easy to feel like you know everything that is going on and not be surprised. But that has not been the case for me this year. NU always seems to be having some event or thing happening!
by Arlan Paloalto – Friday, January 4, 2013
There are two things that come to mind that I have learned to put into practice as I think about 2012.
by Bethany Porter – Friday, January 4, 2013
About two years ago, there I was upon the new year restless in my bed with the thoughts of what had been and what was to come. Then a voice cut through the noise and clutter with its contrary tone and said to me, “Come up higher.” That encounter placed in my mind the desire and the hope that in that year, my relationship with God would be elevated.