“A Christian is someone whose life makes it easier to believe in God.”

William Barclay
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Uncovering the mystery: The PVG Rooster

Uncovering the mystery: The PVG Rooster

PVG residents returned to school and were greeted by a new dorm mate-- a rooster. Where did he come from? What is his name? Sarina Girangaya dives in to uncover the story behind this mysterious rooster.
A New Face: The Davidson Puppy

A New Face: The Davidson Puppy

There's a new dog on campus! Emily Brown gets the information of who Greece is and what her role is.
Lessons from my cat

Lessons from my cat

In this short essay, a student describes the lessons her cat taught her.
Why I'm afraid of ants

Why I’m afraid of ants

In this short essay, Armanie Miranda explains the fear of ants she developed this summer, while also discussing what she learned from them.
Student responds to Tony Seigh

Student responds to Tony Seigh

On April 4 author Tony Seigh spoke in chapel and made a few big statements about God. For student Quinton Butterfield, Seigh threw some red flags in the air. See what Butterfield has to say here.
Why I want to be a teacher

Why I want to be a teacher

Zoe Thatcher shares about some of the joys from her junior practicum this past semester.
Cry me a river... or don't

Cry me a river… or don’t

Lacie Wheeler shares about the gender expectations we don't normally think of when it comes to crying.
The weight of glory

The weight of glory

Is the American culture to performance and entertainment driven? Professor Scott Bruce and Shannon Simmons discuss the idea here.
The youngest boy

The youngest boy

Ben Maison shares about what it's like growing up as the youngest of four boys and how that has shaped him into who he is today.
Meet your candidates!

Meet your candidates!

ASB election chapel is coming up this Monday, the 17th, but while you wait to hear their speeches you can learn a little bit about their passion and vision here.
Post-graduation encouragement

Post-graduation encouragement

Alumni Liane DeHart, 2013, shares a bit of post-graduation encouragement.
Three months left to live

Three months left to live

Kelsey Leavitt shares a personal story about an interesting character from her past: