During my four years living in Chattanooga, I have spent quite a bit of time exploring.
As college students, I’m sure we’re all familiar with the feeling of being overwhelmed; that impending doom of a deadline and then another one and another one.
Each year the Alumni Relations Office recognizes graduates who have made a significant contribution in their areas of professional expertise and/or community during the Homecoming Weekend Kick-off Banquet awards ceremony.
Your Local Guide will be a monthly addition to the lifestyle section.
Though it seems like the summer heat is staying a while longer, it is never too early to start planning your transition into light jackets and fall colors.
At Southern Adventist University there are two female students that are particularly extraordinary.
One day last semester I came home after a really long day wanting nothing more than to just take a nap on my bed.
As a busy student that is soon to graduate, the last thing I want to think about is looking for a job that is not only flexible enough around my schedule, but also pays enough that I am not dependent on my parents.
The more work I put into counseling, the more I realize how desperately I need the Sabbath. God was serious about this day of rest, and I think we should be, too.
Self-awareness is currently a hot-button topic. What is it? How do we know that we have it?
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