Two of the Charger Bulletin Newspaper’s newest editors, Saige Batza (Student Life) and Antoinette Yen (Entertainment), share their testimonies about how they ultimately used their faith in God to overcome fear and anxiety in their lives. Each of them shared their own story of how they came to Christ and how their lives changed as a result of their salvation.
It was nearly 9:00pm, and I was driving through southern Massachusetts to see family–a routine drive, but a long one. I had slowly grown accustomed to the drive, recognizing the sights and the scenery as I passed by.
Growth, prosperity, redirection, fear and new beginnings. If you were to ask me to describe 2021 in a […]
“Solely in the world of languages is the amateur of value. Well-intentioned sentences full of mistakes can still build bridges between people,” wrote Kato Lomb in her 1970 book Polyglot: How I Learn Languages. Lomb was one of the most renowned polyglots and interpreters throughout history, and throughout much of her career she sought to understand the brain of the polyglot.
If time is simply a construct, then why do I constantly feel the need to get ahead of […]
Between Feb. 10 and Feb. 20. 2021, Texas, among other southern states, suffered unusually low temperatures due to […]
At the beginning of the pandemic, one could have been able to predict a number of trends re-emerging, […]
On a whim, the human race is subjected to external forces and situations. Emotional intelligence fails to intervene when it is most needed—worry and fear are unavoidable in the majority of us. Do the tiny little voices in your head frequently overwhelm and discourage you? Do you feel compelled to believe and succumb to those voices that tell you, “This is impossible” or “You should give up”? These voices are often louder when you’re stuck in a rut and don’t know what to do, or when you’re basking in the warmth of silence.
e of 12, one does not believe that anything can shake them. One thinks themselves untouchable because they’re just at the precipice of becoming a true teenager. Being at the edge of 13 and being so close to entering junior high makes one feel like they’re on top of the world, being able to do what they want, how they want it, and barely having to answer any questions –– unless mom or dad or a guardian has something to say about it.
My work-life balance amounts to an abysmal ratio, as the only time I am truly away from work is when I venture off campus either for a trip down Boston Post Road or for a longer stay home. This is a reality for many college students, part time and full time alike; work-life balance is hard to obtain and would come at the expense of professional advancement and achievement.