The Post-College Transition

By Neal Samudre

Someone once told me that leaving a legacy is a natural result of accomplishing legendary feats.

By Julia Powers

I’ve enjoyed life in college. A lot. I don’t think I’m alone in that. So when I got to the Blue Ridge Region’s chapter camp recently and entered a track called “Life After College,” I knew God was about to make me pretty uncomfortable.

By Kasey Kimball

In one year, I married off seven friends, left the neighborhood I’d inhabited since my first year of college, moved into a new house with two people who were never home, and lost my mentor when his wife took a job 500 miles away.


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