A Guide to Finals Self-Care

A Guide to Finals Self-Care

Somewhere in the midst of it all, the culture of college has made us ok with losing our ability to function normally during finals. However, this doesn't have to be true. It's possible to do finals well without sacrificing your self care. Today, I give you my (rough) guide to surviving finals while still being a person.

The Spiritual Disciplines: Outward

The Spiritual Disciplines: Outward

Last week we looked at the inward disciplines, and today we're moving to the outward disciplines of simplicity, solitude, submission, and service.

The Spiritual Disciplines: Inward

The Spiritual Disciplines: Inward

I've found that discipline brings growth, which brings freedom. The spiritual disciplines aren't meant to weigh us down with obligations; they're meant to strengthen us and grow us into more of the people that we've been created to be.

Finding Community in Your Major

Finding Community in Your Major

There's a bond that happens with someone when you're struggling through the same classes together. No matter what you're majoring in, finding community within your major is a vital part of learning and growing.

Learning the Rhythm of Lent

Learning the Rhythm of Lent

Up until the last year or so, my basic understanding of Lent was that it was the 40 days before Easter where you gave up something. This Easter, I want to be informed about Lent and how to best honor the Father in this season.

10 TED Talks To Watch

10 TED Talks To Watch

At TED events, people are given a platform to share their experiences and ideas. Watching TED talks is an easy way to open your mind to new ideas and stories.

Campus Spotlight: Career Services

Campus Spotlight: Career Services

Whether you're looking for a job post-grad or just wanting extra cash to fund your Chick-Fil-A habit, Career Services has resources to help you find and prepare for a variety of jobs. 

Campus Spotlight: Financial Aid

Campus Spotlight: Financial Aid

The financial aid office is here to help you make sense of your financial situation, whether it's scholarships, loans, or anything else. Your time in college is meant to prepare you for the future, and this should include preparing you to handle money on your own.

Boundaries in Friendships

Boundaries in Friendships

Boundaries will look different from friendship to friendship, but I've found that they're essential. Take time to think and pray about what you're looking for in a friend and what kind of friend you are. That will help you determine the types of boundaries you need in friendships.