“Only 19% of full-time students” graduate with their bachelor’s degree in four years, according to the New York Times (from a study done by completecollege.org). In addition, CompleteCollege.org estimates an average loss of almost $70,000 per extra year (combining the total cost of the year of college and loss of wages from that year). Why would
This verse is one of my favorites, and its message stands for itself. There are definitely more “patterns of this world” I do not want to follow than ones I do want to follow… I’d much rather follow the patterns of Jesus. I’d rather let my mind be transformed by God than by this world.
I’ve probably had about 50 different teachers throughout my education so far. While I learned something from each one of them in their respective subjects, a few of them taught me things that mean much more to me than any fact or equation. There are a few exceptional teachers who taught me lessons I’ll keep
I wrote this over six months ago, long before I had this blog. It was one of those days I had too much on my mind and needed a way to unload it all. Writing has always been a great way to clear my head, which is a big reason why I started this blog in the first
It’s not what you think. I’m not going to tell you my political opinions or even my thoughts about the election results. I don’t like to get involved in political debates. However, in one of my classes today, my professor gave us the time to talk openly about our thoughts and feelings following the presidential election