Servant Leadership

Imagine this. Tomorrow you are awoken by two men in business suits. Both of the men are wearing sunglasses even though it’s early in the morning, and the men are inside, in your bedroom. Noticing you are now awake, one of the men announces, “Good morning, ma’am/sir....

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Meet Cheng from Kansas State University

Introduce yourself. What is your first name, what is your major, what is your school, where are you from. My name is Cheng. I am studying agriculture at Kansas State University, and I am from a city in the north of China. What was your first impression of the USA?...

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Making the Most of College

Make the Most of College in the U.S. Most international students who study abroad in the U.S. are here for the academic programs and opportunities American universities have to offer. Studying is important, but there is so much more college life has to offer than...

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What is COVID-19 like in the US?

The US is a big, diverse country, and COVID-19 has affected various regions of the country differently. First, let’s take a look at what COVID-19 is like in the US overall, and then we’ll look at the best ways to find out what COVID-19 is like in the area that you...

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Bridges First Look: John

In this post, we would like to introduce you to a very famous book of the Bible, the book of John, and explain some of its historical context to aid your understanding.   The book of John is one of four books found in the Bible called “the gospels.” The gospel books...

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How Americans View Family

How do modern Americans view family? Today, the population of the United States of America includes people of European, African, Asian, Native American, and Latino descent. Because of the cultural diversity that exists in America, it is difficult to define how...

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