What Would Jesus Shoot?

The prince of peace on the gun debate. Read More

Sho Baraka Has It All Figured Out

How the hip-hop artist is using his talents to amplify his voice in the church Read More

2016: A Hot Topic

With last year being the hottest ever recorded, global warming has officially arrived. Now what? Read More

Education for the Common Good

How furthering your education can make you, and everyone around you, better

There’s a lie floating around. You’ve probably heard it. It’s that furthering your education is just about getting a better job.

But pursuing higher education—whether it be a bachelor’s degree, master’s or doctorate—is about far more.

Education isn’t just about making you employable—it’s about making you better. But even then it’s not just for you. The educated person makes everyone around them better, too. Read More

5 Apps Every Student Needs

Whether you’re going back to finish your bachelor’s degree or venturing into grad school, college can be one of the busiest times of your life, but there are things that can make your life a lot easier.


Evernote is a multi-device app that lets you organize and share your research and lecture notes across all your digital platforms.

Budget Apps

With apps like Level Money and LearnVest, making sure your bills are getting paid is as simple as looking at your phone.

The “Things” App

This app lets you schedule tasks, make checklists, sync calendars and pretty much accomplish any organizational task.

An Online back-up Read More

With a weak economy and ballooning education costs, going to college requires more students to take out loans than ever. It’s a daunting prospect, and the whole process can be pretty confusing, but never fear. Here are a few tips to get you started.

Exhaust All Other Options

Chances are, you’ll have to take out some college loans—around two-thirds of college students do. Look into grants and scholarships, and make sure you’re using all resources at your disposal. Read More