Five tips to nail that job interview

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By Maria Neathery Job interviews can be one of the most nerve-wracking experiences in one’s young adult life, especially right out of college. It’s not only time to whip out your best attire and your polished résumé, but to put on that charm and charisma that’ll help you not only… Read more »

Merry Christmas from the staff

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Since I’m graduating at the end of the semester, this is my last issue of the Andersonian. I have enjoyed my time on staff more than words can describe. I’ve learned so much, and I’ve met some really amazing people whom I consider to be my close friends, and love… Read more »

Breaking through prejudices

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Since the results of the election were announced, there has been a rise in the number of  incidents of harassment reported in the country. At a high school in Michigan, students at lunch went around chanting “build the wall!” Women all over social media have been sharing their experiences of… Read more »

Some thoughts at the end of the semester

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As someone who is graduating this December, each passing day has brought on more and more anxiety about what I’m going to do when I’m faced with the “real world.” So, in order to distract myself from that reality, I’ve been spending a lot of time thinking about the things… Read more »

Whatever your party may be

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By the time this issue goes to press, there will be a new president of the United States of America. The nation will take a collective sigh of relief as this treacherous election season comes to a close. Alas, the end of an era of aggressive campaign ads and Twitter feeds… Read more »

Women in ministry are here to stay

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Lately, I’ve heard conversations about women in ministry nearly everywhere that I’ve turned. Some people are for it, and some are not. Often, when people first discover that I am a Christian ministries major, their faces tell me that they either wholeheartedly support my path or they oppose it to… Read more »

Standing with administration

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The Andersonian staff stands in support of the administration’s decision regarding budget cuts that were announced two weeks ago. Though the university as a whole will undoubtedly feel the loss of these valuable faculty and staff members, we understand that in order to move forward and stabilize our position as… Read more »

The worth of each and every person

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A few years ago, during my freshman year, there were two seniors from the psychology department who presented their project to people in the Fair Commons lobby. I don’t remember the exact words they used, but the general idea of their presentation was “Where do you find your worth?” They… Read more »

Just clowning around

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Clowns have been in the news a lot lately—specifically, creepy ones. While many stories that have been shared in the world of social media claiming that “creepy clowns” have invaded yet another town, most of the stories have no factual basis. In fact, many creepy clown photos and videos currently… Read more »