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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

The best professor, in my opinion, is my Church History professor, Anthony Daved Schmidt!!! He was also my professor last semester for World History Since 1600s. Professor Schmidt was extremely organized and well versed in the subject matter. He clearly spent a lot of time in preparation, as his Power

How we prepare for a game: In practice, we shoot about 300- 500 shots individually. Practice consists of an hour to an hour and a half of conditioning and drills. We do sprinting up and down the court and from side to side of the basketball court. We also have

November is officially here, and Thanksgiving Break is just around the bend. Every year around this time, people everywhere reflect on what they are thankful for. But instead of making one of those Sunday-school lists of “things I’m thankful for,” there is something better that you can do for Thanksgiving

has been teaching me that I lack severely and need Him desperately. It sounds very difficult to come to a conclusion like this; that I am not enough, and that I need God for every aspect of my life, but I am learning that this is one of the most

I am so blessed. I thank God everyday for the blessings He has given me and one of those is being part of the Cairn University family. I was given the opportunity to come and work at Cairn in September 2001 (right before 9/11) and have loved every minute of