Big prize Bingo sponsored by CAB will be on December 6th at 9pm location: TBD No Prizes under $50. Some prizes include; Ipad, Six Flag Season passes, Giftcard Bundles, and will be drawing attendance prizes!
Come on into the McKendree Bookstore for a chance at the Spirit Blowout Drawing. From now until Dec 11th every visit allows you to enter your name into the jar to win the drawing. Items […]
Who’s Up for an Adventure? By Chris Streetman Have you ever wished that time travel or teleportation would become realities during your lifetime? Well, they are. Every library has thousands of portals to different places […]
Bearcats Cross Country Wrap Up Seasons, Sending One to NCAA Nationals By: Megan Doty The McKendree Bearcats Men’s and Women’s Cross Country team began their post-season on Saturday, October 26, at the Great Lakes Valley […]
Marching Band: It is More than a Sport An Opinion written by: Emily Lucia With the recent online popularity of the Ohio State Marching Band, the art form has intrigued many. Commenters on the YouTube […]
A New Director; A New Concert Band Katie Herath Saying “goodbye” to a beloved director is difficult, as our music department has learned this past year. The end of last semester marked the end of […]
It Only Takes One Second
Written by Kimberly Bennett
~Written on February 18th, 2012~
“For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the LORD, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.” –Jeremiah 29:11
People who barely know me do not know I have a twin sister. She and I are like two peas in a pod—inseparable. Although we go to different colleges, it does not take away from the time we have shared with one another in the past. She is my best friend and will always be despite our constant bickering.
I had often wondered what my life would be like if I was not born a twin. Since last weekend, however, I would not want anything different. She is my twin and we are connected in a way no other set of siblings can be and that is how it should be. We have done everything together up until college. Now we are trying to find our own individualities. My life could have been different last Saturday Morning when I found out that my sister had almost died in a car wreck. To this day, I do not know what I would have done without her. God has a plan for everyone. He knows when each person is born into the world as well as when they are leaving the world. He knows and only He knows. Life is fragile and it can be taken away in less than a second. In less than a second, someone’s world could flip upside-down. Thankfully, mine wasn’t….