By Luke Willing, Writing Mentor You must hit the bullseye. The art of a game of darts consists of accuracy. Not only that, but the thrower must have precision in order to hit the target in the same place multiple … Continue reading Writing Well by Throwing Darts
By Carolina Luciano Burgos This Valentine’s Day, I attended Winter Jam 2019, which was my first concert experience. Artists such as Rend Collective, Dan Bremnes, Hollyn, Ty Brasel, Manic Drive, Newsboys, Mandisa, Newsong, Danny Gokey and many more were present … Continue reading Review: Winter Jam 2019
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By Moriah Story It’s happening. The Jonas Brothers are back at it again. Since 2013, the world has been forced to listen to their old albums on repeat. Hope for new music from the trio was all but gone. But … Continue reading The Jonas Brothers Are Back
By Nathaniel Perry On Friday, February 15, President Donald Trump announced a National Emergency regarding the border between the United States and Mexico. He needs $5 billion dollars to build a wall on this border. Congress, however, has prevented the … Continue reading Trump’s National Emergency
By Julianne Miller As a junior in the Business Administration program, Abigail Kennedy has seen the hand of God orchestrating her time at LBC. Kennedy was fortunate to grow up in a Christian home with a tightknit family dynamic. Her … Continue reading Profile: Abigail Kennedy
By Sarah Bryant As the busy awards season comes to a close, the 91st Academy Awards Ceremony took place this past Sunday at the Dolby Theater in Hollywood. As Christians, we may not have chosen to see every movie … Continue reading A Recap of the Oscars
By Ashley M. Connor On Feb. 12 to 14, Lancaster Bible College held its annual Missions Conference. Rather than the usual 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. sessions, chapels were extended by half an hour. The worship team also performed for … Continue reading Missions Conference 2019
By Summer Weaver, Writing Mentor The concept of self-care is increasing in popularity, especially among college students. With this increasing popularity comes increasing debate. Many individuals believe that the idea and practice of self-care is selfish. Christians are called to … Continue reading Is Self-Care Biblical?
By Erin Mikula Men’s Volleyball On Saturday, Feb. 16, the Chargers had a double-header. In the first game, the Chargers played against and defeated SUNY Poly. The first match was intense, with the Chargers leading only once at the … Continue reading Weekly LBC Sports Summary: Feb. 16-22
By Annalise Blank “Poverty, Inc.” begins with a quote from the notorious Italian diplomat: “Machiavelli said, ‘The reason there will be no change is because the people who stand to lose from change have all the power. And the people … Continue reading “Poverty, Inc.” Review