Search Tips for Students & Educators

Google processes an average of 40,000 search queries every second. This equates to 1.2 trillion searches per year worldwide. Do we utilize Google and other search engines correctly? Have you thought about ways to improve your Internet searches? In general, web literacy refers to the knowledge and use of specific skills needed to locate, evaluate,...
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3 Keys to Christian Partnerships

Christian living is all about interdependence.  Paul uses the analogy of the human body in I Corinthians 12 to explain how individuals are to cooperate within the church.  In various places in the New Testament epistles we see the same interdependence on an organizational level.  The European churches needed the instruction of the Jerusalem church...
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Adventures Abroad

Departing from the comfort of campus and embarking on a journey to distant and unknown territory can be just as terrifying as it is rewarding. For many students, the college experience simply is not complete without traveling abroad. Whether for mission oriented trips or study abroad programs, students have several opportunities for travel. Here are...
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Exciting New Beginnings

September is always an exciting time to be at the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor. By this point all the boxes are unpacked, the syllabi have been handed out and the routine of a new day-to-day life is starting to kick in. Everything is still new, and the hope of the semester to come still sits...
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3 Quick Tips about Surviving College Life

The transition into college life is very exciting. However, it can also be equally overwhelming. Balancing a higher level of academic responsibility and managing your time wisely all while trying to get the most out of your college experience is a challenge for everyone. As soon as you step onto a college campus, you are...
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Confessions of a Professional Helicopter Parent

I confess – I’m a professional helicopter parent. I have three kids, all who were enrolled in college at the same time. But I was a helicopter parent long before they went to college. I worked at the same school they attended from elementary through high school. Then when they enrolled in college, I continued...
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