5 ways to make your post-grad job hunt less daunting

Wrapping up my undergrad career has been a whirlwind of emotions and hard work. From schoolwork to moving apartments to wrapping up personal and professional projects while remaining on the job hunt, the last two months of my time at Concordia University were packed. Although life has been busy, I have still been able toContinue reading “5 ways to make your post-grad job hunt less daunting”

Challenging traditional beliefs: being bisexual in the Christian Church

Church communities have been changing greatly since the beginning of the 21st century. Traditional views have continually been challenged by many individuals about what the Bible says regarding controversial issues, especially the LGBTQ+ community. Churches have not come to a standard agreement about how to incorporate these individuals. Some churches have welcomed conversation, while othersContinue reading “Challenging traditional beliefs: being bisexual in the Christian Church”

Not Just for Teens: Social Media and Mental Health

Social media is a useful tool that connects people all around the globe. It allows individuals to talk, video-chat, text, and share information with others no matter where they are in the world. Social media is a priceless tool. However, all who use it do often end up paying a price. We hear today thatContinue reading “Not Just for Teens: Social Media and Mental Health”

Photo Story Friday: Pumpkin Picking

Friendly Reminder: This story is completely fictional. However, it is based off of a collaboration of my friends’ experiences along with my own. No character is to be an exact portrayal of a real person. The messages went something like this: “Hey how’s your day?” “Not too bad, thinking about you.” “I’m excited for Saturday,Continue reading “Photo Story Friday: Pumpkin Picking”

COVID-19 Mental Health Check

We’re eight months into a global pandemic and many things have drastically changed in all of our lives. From politics, to physical health, to job security, there has been an endless list of worries that have clouded our minds. However, there is one issue in particular that we have seemingly swept under the rug. MentalContinue reading “COVID-19 Mental Health Check”

Seasonal Affective Disorder. What is it? Why should you care?

The winter blues are coming sooner than you think. Days are growing shorter and the weather is becoming colder. Even feelings of sadness, doubt, and hopelessness may begin to appear in the coming weeks and months. Not everyone knows that there is a real, scientific name for this condition that are far more common thanContinue reading “Seasonal Affective Disorder. What is it? Why should you care?”

High school sweethearts in the 21st century

Ariana and Ben walking through the woods at Gallup Park in Ann Arbor, Michigan. High school and college dating are a pretty common practice. However, not many relationships can proudly boast lasting through high school, long distance, and all of college. An even smaller percentage of these high school relationships can say they became engagementsContinue reading “High school sweethearts in the 21st century”

Concordia University Ann Arbor hosts first ever Black Out Day

Images by Alec Escandon, @alecescandon. On Wednesday, Oct. 7, 2020, the Black Student Union at Concordia University Ann Arbor hosted the first ever Black Out Day on campus. Students, faculty and staff were invited to stand together and raise awareness of the racial injustices and inequalities in the community and the world. A large groupContinue reading “Concordia University Ann Arbor hosts first ever Black Out Day”

Photo Story Friday: My Friend Gerald

Behind the brick townhouses off the coast of Maine, there lies a still river. Each and every day, Lindsey waddles down to the side of the slowly rushing waters and throws leftover bread crumbs to the ducks that reside there. Although she is only a twelve year old girl, blonde tendrils of hair cascading overContinue reading “Photo Story Friday: My Friend Gerald”

8 reasons to shop local

Every city and state are unique. However, so many people fail to tap into their local businesses and resources to support the people within their own community. Why is this? Are people more comfortable shopping online? Probably. Do people not want to step outside of their corporate company comfort zone? Most definitely. Whether you areContinue reading “8 reasons to shop local”

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