As we approach Easter Sunday, the most reverent day in the lives of Christians and the most important day in the history of mankind, how do we make sure it does not become just another day of colorful eggs, bunnies and spiral hams? How do we — collectively or individually — ensure that we recognize what Jesus Christ did for the world?
We asked our student journalists to pick one word that describes what they would like to see more of in their lives this year, and expound on those thoughts, and here is what they have to say.
Photo by Emmalie Keating
Getting involved in coaching has taught me to respect a different aspect of the game I have loved for so long. Since I began coaching in the fall of 2013, I have found that I am learning just as much from my players as they are from me.
I didn’t know what fear was until there was a man walking toward me with a gun.