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Before enrolling in an online class, the thought of being able to take an exam while in my pajamas seemed ideal. However, the reality soon struck me as I encountered the bane of all online classes: discussion board posts. Specifically, there are thre... »
Like many children who have grown up in Christian homes, listening to secular music was not generally condoned in my house. Exceptions for oldies and show-tunes were made, but for the most part Christian music was the genre most often listened to. Bu... »
Although it was my first time officially meeting Dr. White, I could immediately see why she has been dubbed a favorite teacher by so many students. She greeted me with a smile on her face as she sat down in front of a bookcase that overflowed with cl... »
Do you want to get involved in the local community? Do you want to volunteer, but don’t know where to start? Well, if so, here’s a list of seven great local places you should volunteer for. 1.) Ronald McDonald House What: “Individuals and groups are ... »
I distinctly remember the first time I ever felt ashamed of my body. I was in sixth grade on a church field trip for a weekend in Orlando. All of the girls had been instructed to only bring a one-piece swimsuit; any two-piece would not be tolerated. ... »
Crisis Pregnancy Center of Tidewater (CPC) is a local non-profit ministry devoted to helping women choose life, as well as encouraging women to get to know the Lord. They offer a variety of services to the men and women of Hampton Roads including ... »
As the Regent campus prepares for Holy Week, filled with worship and praise, we are reminded of the true meaning of Easter Sunday. It is during this time that we reflect on not just on our lives, but also on the events that have molded us into who we... »