From Freshman to Senior


Freshman Alexus Rinn anticipates a new chapter in life, while Senior Zach Lewison reminisces on a chapter soon ending.

By Joy Yerrich
Staff Writer

Alexus Rinn

Why did you choose North Central University?

I knew God wanted me here for music even before I knew how to play guitar!

What would you like to do with your major?

I’m not sure what it will look like. I know I will be using music, whether I’m traveling, leading, telling stories, or working in a church. I also feel called to work with women, which is why I am minoring in counseling.

What’s something you’d share with other students?

As freshmen, we look up to you [the upperclassmen]. We come in nervous and looking for guidance. Pour into us. Take the time to find even one person, and pour into them. We are looking for spiritual guidance and we come from different pasts and want fresh starts. Freshman desire to connect with the upperclassmen!

Zach Lewison

Why did you choose North Central University?

It was the only place I applied to, actually. Looking back, I can see why this was God’s plan. This place causes you to grow; it forces you. I’ve had my best and worst times here.

What would you like to do with your major?

I want to work with teens, whether it’s speaking or starting an organization for anti-bullying.

What’s something you’d share with other students?

Don’t let a trait about you, or even what people know you for, define you. Don’t be worried about people accepting you. Have a life outside of North Central; people leave or graduate, things change around you and you want to have something outside of just this. Serve, involve yourself, and make all types of friends. No other experience is like this.

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