Category Archives: Opinion

Homesick for Northwestern? Staying involved after graduation

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For many students, Northwestern is their first home away from home. Even if you dislike dorm-style living or are a commuter, somehow UNW’s campus becomes a part of your community – a place where you belong. It’s a place to call home for as long as you let it.

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The stigma about sex and Christianity

An obsession with sex is prominent in our culture today. Secularization has made itself known through many different sources. Especially through media, each age group is being targeted in a different way. Younger generations have found sex at their fingertips with the Internet, social media, magazines, TV ads and programs, and easy to access sexual websites.

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A challenge to not put God on the back-burner

One of University of Northwestern-St Paul’s largest selling points is the Christ-centered atmosphere. Inspiring chapels, a greater understanding of the Bible and fellowship with other believers are some of UNW’s amazing qualities.

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Accountability through brotherhood

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“As iron sharpens iron, so a friend sharpens a friend” (Proverbs 27:17 NLT). The Bible has many verses about brotherhood. It has verses that speak about how to interact with brothers, how to improve one another and why we should be with fellow brothers.

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A response to the tragedy in Las Vegas

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October 2, 2017: a day that will be remembered by many for years to come. That day, 64-year-old Stephen Paddock committed the largest mass shooting in modern United States history.

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