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If one song were to describe your life, what song would it be?

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Duane Beals, Professor of Religion: "Amazing Grace." Kelly Duffer, freshman: "Stand in the Rain" by Superchic[k]. Caroline Gore, freshman: What Faith Can Do by Kutless. Georgia Boisse, sophomore: “Homeschooled girl.” Jake Everett, junior: "Quit playin games with my heart" by the Backstreet Boys. Michael Goodson, junior: "Momma's Boy" by Chromeo and yes this is slightly exaggerated! Linda Elek, Retention Specialist: “Getting Into You” by Relient K. Do any of us really have any idea what we are getting ourselves into while on this spiritual journey we are on? What an awesome ride it’s been! Hannah Winfield, junior: "Remember" by Harry Nilsson from You've Got Mail. Elizabeth Kerns, freshman: “Beloved” by Tenth Avenue North describes my life a lot. Too many times I spend my life running from God, but He is always there loving me....I am His beloved. Paige Heiple, freshman: I would have to say my song would be "Worth it all" by Rita Springer Cindy Jacobs, Assistant Director of Student Media: “Stand” by Rascal Flatts. Kirsten Snodgrass, junior: “Guinevere” by Eli Young Band. Ann Beachy, sophomore: “Ridin Solo” by Jason Derulo. Jon Phipps, sophomore: "You'll Think of Me" by Keith Urban. Branden Paulun, senior: “Victim” by Avenged Sevenfold. Joe Hutchinson, junior: “Travesty” by Haste The Day. David Smith, sophomore: "I Believe in a Thing Called Love" by The Darkness. Jill Frey, senior: “You Move Me” by Susan Ashton. Beck Harmess, junior: “Never Too Late" by 3 Days Grace. There's alway time to change and fix something. Heather Owens, freshman: "Beautiful Disaster" by Jon McLaughlin is the perfect song to describe my life...pretty, but tragic. Allie Espe, senior: “Imagine” by John Lennon. Janelle Rundquist, freshman: "Livin' on a Prayer" by Bon Jovi. Rebecca Balmer, freshman: “Anthem” by Superchick. Lisa Chang, sophomore: “Life Is Like a Boat” by Rie Fu. Elliot Rowe, junior: “Just a Dream” by Nelly. Sidney Beck, sophomore: “Where I Stood” by Missy Miggins. Robby Burns, junior: “Simple Man” by Lynard Skynard and remade by Shinedown. Eddie Derha, sophomore: “Too Much Time on My Hands” by Styx.
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