Posts tagged: Relationships

Accepting That Your High School Friends May Not Last Forever

By Meredith Sweet on June 16, 2017

You switch the tassel on your cap from the right to the left. Diploma in hand, you join the rest of your high school classmates and file out of the commencement service. You are finally ready to start the next phase of your life.

But there are some things you never thought you'd leave behind: your friendships. You want to hold onto those memories of days in the lunchroom, or sitting in the back of…

Building Community: Lessons I Learned Freshman Year

By Allison Todd on March 2, 2018

College is a new adventure, and freshman year is filled with exciting twists and turns to branch out and meet new people. But, sometimes the relationships you find, aren't the ones you quite expected. And what about the high school friends you left behind?

Here are five lessons I learned about relationships during my freshman year.

Underrated College Departments

By Sarah Hiemstra on May 25, 2018

The ultimate goal of college is to receive an education. Along the way to earning your degree, you might be surprised at how many areas of life are involved in college besides course work. During your time as a student, you will grow not only in academics, but you'll also gain professional experience, health and relationships along the way.

That I May See: Director of Diversity and Multicultural Affairs Kenneth Russell on Justice

By Dave Emerson on November 19, 2018

Justice.

For many, the word "justice" fits within very specific confines: often tied to a court of law or an explicit people group.

We think of justice as arbitration—"these people are guilty." Or, "this child is innocent."

We don't think of justice as a vital aspect of our core identity.

What's more, we often actively resist the notion that injustice exists as an inherent bias within our being…