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This Is Not Your Typical College Packing List

There are lists upon lists upon lists all over the interwebs telling you what to pack for college. This is a list of things you might not find on those other lists. Things that come in reeeealllly handy on move in day, and as you learn to live on your own in your new home […]

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9 Questions You Were Afraid To Ask About College

New surroundings, new friends, new teachers, new classes—moving to college can be intimidating. But it doesn’t have to be. Evangel wants to make your transition to campus life easy. That includes answering the questions you may be thinking but are too afraid to ask, like these: What if I don’t like my roommate? This is […]

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Stumbling by the Spirit: Lessons from an LGBTQ coffee shop.

As we seek to build upon an already strong history of training of Spirit-led ministers and missionaries through greater integration of our ministry and Biblical studies programs and the Assemblies of God Theological Seminary, we’re excited to share a perspective on Spirit-led encounters from Dr. Mark Hausfeld, President of AGTS. Lynda and I were having a wonderful time […]

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3 Things You SHOULDN’T Do During Finals Week

by Alexa Peyton   Binge watch Netflix Seriously, you’ll regret this one. It’s super tempting, I know. It seems like a great way to take a break from studying. You’ll say “I’ll just watch one episode”, but next thing you know one episode turns into 3 seasons. Don’t let yourself get sucked into the Netflix […]

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5 Myths Everyone Believes About College

by Alexa Peyton In high school, you hear a lot of stories about what college life will be like. Some of them are true – professors do expect a lot more independent thinking, your time management skills WILL be put to the test, and your mom can’t call you in sick when you’re just over it. […]

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The Riches of Ramen

It’s a generational thing. Or so I would say when I remember the “good old days” — which obviously included rainbow Furbies, frosted tip highlights, snap bracelets and butterfly hair clips. Paired with neon sparkle jelly shoes. I prefer homemade, written cards to flowers, and often refer to my elders as “ma’am” and “sir.” I […]

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How NOT to Finish Midterm Week

by Jacob Gerding We know that midterms are ALMOST over, and Spring Break is so close you can taste it, but as you face the final hours here are some things you probably SHOULDN’T do… 1. Pull an all-nighter                 Unless you want to look like this dwarf […]

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7×7: Advice for life

  by Lauren Simms The older you get, the more you appreciate the wisdom your Grandpa shares with you over chicken and dumplings at Cracker Barrel. Although I can’t offer you a delicious plate of carbs, as a proud EU alumnus, I can share with you 7 nuggets of advice that are worth more than […]

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