Lend a Helping Hand

When Hurricane Harvey hit the Texas coast, many Texans found themselves thinking “What can I do to help?” After watching the scenes of unbelievable damage and destruction, a group of physical therapy students, faculty, and friends had the opportunity to travel to Houston to help with the cleanup. We headed to Houston at 5:30 on...
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A Word from Your Librarian

Before diving into the vast ocean of information at your fingertips, take a deep breath. Ask yourself, “How important is it to get this answer right?” In fact, ask yourself three questions. Is more or less correct good enough? For a double chocolate chip cookie recipe or book review, Google is your friend. If the...
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Spirituality and Health

Although little is known about the way faith positively affects us, there is a clear connection between body, mind, and spirit. A holistic model of healthcare encompasses the bio-psycho-socio-spiritual aspect of humanity, acknowledging the interrelated complexity of body and spirit. The practice of one’s faith brings benefit through religious sacraments, meditation, study, and prayer. Spirituality...
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The Heart of Christian Higher Education

I am often asked, what distinguishes education at a Christian university from education at secular schools? Certainly, our faculty must be Christians and we have a set of community standards that reflect our faith commitment; our students are required to take Bible courses and attend chapel. But is there really anything different about the education...
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5 Tips to Improve Listening

Most of us spend more time listening than we do talking. Listening is a learned skill. Since it is a learned behavior it is something that can be improved upon. Whether you are a student or a working adult in a business meeting, you should find the following tips helpful when listening to others. Concentrate...
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Why You Should Study Abroad

Study Abroad is an excellent means of educating beyond the standard curricula on the degree plan. Interaction with peoples and cultures different from one’s own is something which every student should encounter before graduation. Even a weeklong learning experience will provide insight one could rarely gain in the traditional classroom or a global online mode...
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Rethinking Cognitive Dissonance

We were all shaken and dismayed by the recent violence and turmoil that unfolded in Charlottesville, VA, and in other places throughout the country. It can be hard to understand why these sorts of things keep happening. Just a few weeks ago, a bizarre extension of this tension manifested itself in the form of a...
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