Monthly Archives: October 2014

Halloween

Halloween is a special holiday where people can dress up like anything or anyone. It is a day that allows people to be creative, to use their imagination, and to let their inner child come out. Halloween is great for … Continue reading

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Stereotypes in Country Music

“Girl in a Country Song” is a song by Maddie and Tae that focuses on how women are stereotyped in many current country songs. The song talks about the way women should dress and act according to new country music. The … Continue reading

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Pep Rallies and School Spirit

School spirit is something that should be present at every school or university. School spirit is something that helps create unity among students and gives students something to get excited about. Pep rallies are extremely important because they bring students and … Continue reading

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Car Troubles

On Sunday, my family was on the way to Little Rock when we pulled over and the car started smoking. Oil was everywhere and the car could not be driven anymore. We called my oldest brother to come get us … Continue reading

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Baby Babtisms

On Sunday, October 10, 2014, my parents became godparents to my cousin’s child. My cousin attends Christ Lutheran Church in Little rock and her children were baptized on Sunday. I had never seen a baby get baptized until then. Emmarie, … Continue reading

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Friday Night Football

There is just something special about Friday night football games. It is a chance to watch sports, socialize, and even make stronger community bonds. Friday night football games in Clinton involve sitting close to people to stay warm, talking to … Continue reading

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Campfires, Hayrides, and Fellowship

Sunday, October 19, the Church of Christ Student Center got students together in order to cookout and go on hayrides. While hanging out around a campfire, students bonded, worshipped, laughed, and ate hotdogs and s’mores. Students had a blast by … Continue reading

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