LOMA BLOGGERS  There are more than 2,500 students at PLNU. Here are just a few of them, blogging about their experiences so you get a glimpse of college life.

 

 

 

 

 

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“Love is an Open Store”
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A Valentine’s Day at Sea
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Seeing San Diego.
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San Diego Adventures
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The Almost All Nighters
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A Sunset You Won’t Forget
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Sundaes on Sundays!
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Exploring San Diego
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A New Semester – A New City
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A New Beginning

“Love is an Open Store”

If any of you watched my viral musical-parody video “Do You Wanna Go to Starbucks?” than you will be pleased to know that PLNU alum, Jené Nicole Johnson, and I released a sequel called “Love is an Open Store.” This video has opened up several amazing doors for Jené and I, as we even were asked to appear on the FOX 5 morning news! Not only did Jené and Weston get to sing their parody song, but we also got to talk about our kickstarter campaign for a musical web series we are starting.

Click here to watch our interview:

Here’s the new sequel video:

A Valentine’s Day at Sea

  • My parents and I on the boat on our way to see whales! I can always count on my parents to make me feel special. :)My parents and I on the boat on our way to see whales! I can always count on my parents to make me feel special. :)
  • This is the sturdy sea vessel we were able to ride in on Valentine's Day.This is the sturdy sea vessel we were able to ride in on Valentine's Day.
  • It's a fluke! (Whale's tail) One of many we saw on the day of love.It's a fluke! (Whale's tail) One of many we saw on the day of love.
  • The beautiful city of San Diego!The beautiful city of San Diego!

Seeing San Diego.

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The rule of the game is to get lost. This time I got lost and found my new favorite spot. It’s quite the hidden gem covered by houses in a residential area. I’ve found myself amazed by both beautiful homes and beautiful settings. Either way, I’ll be spending a whole lot more time sitting along this secret beach probably reflecting on life.

It’s crazy to think that I’ve been at Point Loma for three years now, and there are still places I have yet to discover. Given, freshmen year I was confined to my beautiful bubble, but where has the time gone. I’m not going to say I need to make the most of it while it lasts, because truthfully that’s what I’ve been doing. When the time comes that I have to leave this great place, I’ll be proud of everything no matter how big or little.

 

The Almost All Nighters

Sometimes 12 hours in a day just isn’t enough to get your stuff done. Sometimes you have to stay up until extraordinary hours to get all your work done. Not that your a procrastinator or bad student – sometimes it just happens! This was my experience last night. In one week, my group had to[…]

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A Sunset You Won’t Forget

  • My friend, Savannah, and I watch the beautiful sunset together before dinner.My friend, Savannah, and I watch the beautiful sunset together before dinner.
  • One of the many perfect sunsets often seen over the ocean.One of the many perfect sunsets often seen over the ocean.
Sundaes on Sundays!

Thanks to the wonderful Nease Res Life staff, I was able to attend an event called Sundaes on Sundays. Like the name implies the event was on Sunday and ice cream was served. To my joy, it was set up like a drive-in movie theater. There was a huge projector screen, blankets, and chairs all set to watch the movie. For our first Sunday event, we watched Jurassic Park. Since it’s one of my favorite movies and ice cream is one of my favorite desserts, I had an absolute blast. It was great to take a break from school work and to relax before the week started up again. I had a wonderful time with my Nease family and can’t wait for the next one!

P.S. A few jokes from the movie:

What do you call a blind dinosaur?

Do-you-think-he-saur-us

What do you call a blind dinosaur’s dog?

Do-you-think-he-saur-us Rex

Exploring San Diego

  I can’t believe it’s already the beginning of a whole new semester! Since I came back to Point Loma, I have surprisingly spent a ton of times outside and off-campus (perks of having a car!) I was telling my roommate today that I have been experiencing withdrawals after each of my outdoor adventures. I came[…]

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A New Semester – A New City

I traded in ocean views for downtown skylines. I swapped beautiful sunsets for strobe lights. I switched from Cali Burritos to Roscoe’s chicken and waffles. For the entirety of my senior year of college, I will not be taking one class actually on the campus of PLNU. Instead, last fall, I ran amuck in Austria[…]

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A New Beginning

As the first day of the new semester comes to a close, I can’t help but to be really excited for what God has in store this new year. Not only am I starting new classes, but I’m beginning the second half of my freshman year with more confidence and gratitude. In the beginning of[…]

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