“I recognized how lucky I am to be a college student, who has the freedom to take classes that interest me, to personally allocate my time, and to focus on my own growth as an individual.” […]
Let us not forget, however, that there is a profound difference between being heard and resonating with others. […]
Too often we forget that we can ignore our own logic and empirical insights—we can resist the urge to assume that our past mistakes will inevitably recur in the future. […]
If we don’t open these gates, however, we put ourselves at great risk.
“These are the moments where we want to grip our desks and refuse to let go.” […]
“Sometimes, you need to take a step back in order to see the big picture. Sometimes, you need to defamiliarize the familiar in order to recognize just how special it is.” […]
After growing up in an evangelical Christian community, Brian Robinette came to find true meaning in moments of profound doubt, and now encourages his students to embrace questions of God’s existence head on. […]