Tag Archives: college

A major decision

Selecting a major can be difficult, and students share their opinions and strategies “It’s a completely different ballgame here,” said Manda TenHoor (’13). TenHoor went into college knowing what she wanted to major in. She was sure of her career aspirations to do missionary nursing in India, and because of …

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Seniors and their siblings

When a graduate leaves home, how are younger siblings affected? There are 101 students in this year’s graduating class. Of those 101 students, 30 have siblings that go to school at the North Campus. The siblings vary throughout the three lower grades. The sibling staying in high school will receive …

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College values

Molded, taught and indebted: Redefining the value of colleges in an age dominated by price tags Consider this: would you rather be modeled or molded? Trained or taught? In debt or indebted to an institution that has provided you with all the tools necessary to be successful, responsible and thoughtful …

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College Day

Walking down the hallway college guidance counselor Richard Harris adorned his own college sweatshirt. Rather than naming a specific university or college the sweatshirt was inscribed with “college.” 1 May was College Day. Along with Harris the graduating class of 2013 wore college sweatshirts and t-shirts. The schools ranged from …

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Champion for God on the track

Senior Jackie Bedhingham discusses how her athletic sucess reflects her strong faith Take a deep breath in, let it out. Jump twice, shake it off. High knees, slam back into blocks. Now she’s ready. Senior sprinter Jackie Bedingham has had this ritual before a race since she was 10 when …

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Life through the viewfinder

  Recent M.A. grad takes on college …and her own photography business Flicking between settings, Rachel Worthman (‘12) walked down the dock at her cabin in McGreggor, Minn., with her mother’s Nikon D80 in hand, snapping photo after photo. It was a warm day three summers ago as Worthman and …

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Transfer or stay put?

Some alums discover that their college choice wasn’t their final destination Advice offered for those wondering, ‘Should I stay, or should I go?’ “It took a little bit, but after a month and a half or so I could tell that nobody stuck around on the weekends and also that …

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