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The Student Union: Fighting Against Awkwardness

There’s nothing worse than feeling awkward around a bunch of people. You want to torture me using a flock of seagulls? Do your worst! Take all my food and water for a week! I’ll survive. Sing annoying songs to me every day to me for the rest of my life. Just don’t let me feel awkward around people. That’s why I’m glad that CIU’s Student Union fights against awkwardness.

The Student Union: Fighting Against Awkwardness

There’s nothing worse than feeling awkward around a bunch of people. You want to torture me using a flock of seagulls? Do your worst! Take all my food and water for a week! I’ll survive. Sing annoying songs to me every day to me for the rest of my life. Just don’t let me feel awkward around people. That’s why I’m glad that CIU’s Student Union fights against awkwardness.

The Student Union: Fighting Against Awkwardness

There’s nothing worse than feeling awkward around a bunch of people. You want to torture me using a flock of seagulls? Do your worst! Take all my food and water for a week! I’ll survive. Sing annoying songs to me every day to me for the rest of my life. Just don’t let me feel awkward around people. That’s why I’m glad that CIU’s Student Union fights against awkwardness.

Remembering What Easter Is All About

When I was young, my children’s church celebrated Easter through Easter egg hunts. A great battle for plastic Easter eggs filled with candy was waged. Intense faces and raging emotions characterized the children. Blood was spilt, teeth were lost, bones were shattered, and muscles were torn. At least, that’s what it seemed like. Good Friday was pretty good, because my Christian elementary school canceled classes. It was easy to forget what Easter was all about.  

It is Finished! (A Look at the Greek)

Last night the guys of M2 had a hall meeting and in addition to getting the latest hall news, eating fantastic homemade cookies, running the gauntlet, and waking half of campus with our Rufio war cries, our RA shared a fantastic devotional regarding the significance of Jesus' statement on the cross "It is finished". I liked what he had to say so much that I decided to pursue it a little farther, did some research, and ended up writing out a good bit more than I anticipated......

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