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Student(s) Perspective: What Does the Evangel Community Mean to You?

[perfectpullquote align=”full” bordertop=”false” cite=”” link=”” color=”” class=”” size=””]Evangel University – over 80 acres of campus, six residential halls, two academic buildings, one clocktower, a fine arts building, dining hall, athletic center, library, and more. Along with the buildings, Evangel University consists of more than 2,200 students. These students make up the best part of Evangel university – the community. But just what does this community […]

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Final exam success 5 ways to prep for your finals

It may seem hard to believe, but the fall semester is almost over! In a little over a week, you’ll be taking your final exams. Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered! Be ready for your finals by following the steps below. via GIPHY Avoid cramming One of the worst ways to prepare for finals is […]

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Deadline Approaching! Last day to withdraw is Friday

As the semester is entering the final stretch, remember that you have the opportunity to withdraw from a class with a “W” by this Friday. If you feel that the class is not going well for you, and will not get better by the end of the semester, consider withdrawing for a few reasons. Especially […]

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Stay Strong! Three tips on tackling the final stretch

You’ve gotten through midterms, took some time to refocus over fall break and are ready to tackle the final stretch through finals. Here are some tips to help get you through to the other side. Keep a Planner Using a planner will help keep you organized and aware of upcoming deadlines. Set timelines for yourself […]

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Beyond EU: Art and entertainment options in Springfield

Evangel is the perfect place to explore your calling and learn in your faith. Beyond the campus, though, is an amazing city full of exciting things to do, even on a college budget! Some may think that there isn’t much to do in Springfield but take a look at this list of local attractions to […]

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Tackle those exams! Six ways to prep for your midterms

You’re almost halfway through your semester, and it’s time to take those midterm exams! Remember: procrastinating is only going to make things worse for you. Stay on top of your studying and prep for midterms with these three pieces of advice. 1 Study, study, study This may seem obvious, but you need to study for […]

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Learn, adapt, grow: 3 surprising aspects of college life

The college experience is more than attending classes, leaving home and making new friends. It is a time of learning, adapting and growing in areas of life that you have never thought about. Here are three of the biggest surprises I encountered as a freshman. Learning: extending beyond academics I am stating the obvious when […]

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Where to go: a guide to campus.

Knowing where to go is always a good idea! If you are a high schooler looking at Evangel, a new student this year or an upper classman, be sure to know your way around campus. Do you know which building is for fine arts? Do you need to drop off add/drop forms? Click on any […]

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Student Perspective: How dorm-floor devotions impacted my life

Every week, there is one hour when textbooks close, laptops rest and the cares of studying subside. I claim my favorite spot on the stuffed couch in my floor’s study room and relax with my friends as the fellow men of my dorm floor trickle in like a steady stream. It’s a time when the […]

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Get involved! 3 ways to positively impact your time at Evangel

Settling into college for your first year — especially if you don’t know a soul — can be a little scary. I know that when I enter a new context, I tend to hide away because that seems to be what’s most comfortable and predictable. However, when I came to Evangel, it wasn’t long before […]

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Faculty Perspective: Letting go and pressing on

Do you ever find yourself repeating, “Let it go…let it go…?” Not because you’ve watched the movie Frozen with your niece a bazillion times, but because Paul’s words to the Philippians are truly in your heart: “Not that I have already obtained this or am already perfect, but I press on to make it my […]

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Become an agent of change: How leadership roles can affect your college experience

So you’ve been accepted to Evangel and are wondering opportunities for leadership there are. Well, look no further. At Evangel, we are all about educating and training people to be servant leaders, modeled after Jesus’ example. In fact, we have over 600 leadership opportunities at EU! As a former student body vice-president at EU, I […]

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Just hit apply: Reasons to not fear your college application process.

Picture this: You’ve found your dream college. As you browse their website, you get excited looking into your degree program. You look up your potential professors and you’re already planning your first semester class load. But, when it comes to taking that next step and clicking “Apply Now,” you just can’t seem to do it. […]

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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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Momentum Monday Weekly Update: Week 2

Get the full scoop on Phase I in this week’s Momentum Monday update.

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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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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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Prof’s Perspective: In Your Corner

by Bruce Hedgepeth, M.D. Many of the popular television shows and movies that do well seem to have catchy little jingles or opening songs that catch on with the pop culture crowd.  Those jingles or songs either help to make the show a success or are a success because the show is popular.  It can […]

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