Cairn Enactus has conducted RIDE (Résumé, Interview, Dress, Etiquette) seminars and mock interviews on campus for 16 years, but this year was the best.  On February 11, RIDE began with a seminar on how to conduct a job search. On February 24, RIDE mock interviews were held with over 100

If you were in chapel last Wednesday (March 8th), you know how good it was. If you weren’t there, you definitely missed out. I am not alone in my opinion that this past chapel was one of the best hours I have ever spent on campus. While I could go on

We are almost finished with the school year; can you believe it? In the season of things ending, I was reminded of how this school year began. In doing so, I wanted to take the opportunity to interview one of the freshmen from this year in order to see what

Financial Planning for Students – On February 18, thirty-two students had the opportunity to receive financial advice from Lee Giobbie, a Financial Adviser with Janney Montgomery-Scott.  He explained common mistakes people make with their finances and ways to improve spending. He emphasized the association between what we earn and what

Student Theological Society – a.k.a. STS. You’ve probably heard it mentioned during chapel or as an extra credit opportunity for a Bible/Theology teacher; yet, most students don’t know a lot about STS and what its purpose is.   Led by president Moses DeHart and faculty advisor Dr. Plummer, the Student

It is so much easier to notice the things in need of improvement than it is to acknowledge the good things in life. Specifically, I have been thinking a lot about Cairn lately.   The number of times I have opened my mouth and uttered complaints about the weird smell

Macedonia. A trip to Macedonia. Over spring break. Expensive plane tickets on a broke college student’s budget. Traveling overseas in the midst of the busiest semester of my college career. What in the world was I thinking? Here’s the simple answer: I wasn’t thinking. In the fall semester, I kept

The meal selection at Cairn University has been described by many as “mediocre” and “subpar.”  Since the inception of “Pioneer College Caterers” at Cairn University, the students have been fairly displeased with the food that is being offered at meals.  From moldy bread, rotten fruits, unhealthy selections, poor kitchen management,

Anorexia is running five miles yet only eating an apple for lunch. Anorexia is being exhausted from running but not being able to fall asleep at night because you’re hungry. Anorexia is never feeling good enough and never understanding why you can’t seem to see what others see. It’s feeling so

Living on Cairn’s campus is often referred to as, “living inside a bubble.” This metaphor is accurate, and I have used it for myself once or twice (okay, maybe a dozen). Is this metaphor altogether wrong, or even inappropriate? No. Does this metaphor speak volumes to living on Cairn’s campus?