PB&J or BLT?

Danielle Bates, Staff Writer

Thoughts began to arise as to whether students prefer PB&J or BLTs. We asked a few fellow students to get their opinion. 

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Photo by Danielle Bates

Freshman Elementary Education major, Emily Murphy, likes PB&J. "My grandma always made it special."
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Photo by Danielle Bates

Freshman Pre-Engineering major, Avery Callahan, likes PB&J. "It is quick and easy to make."
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Photo by Danielle Bates

Freshman Biology major Caleb Glass likes a BLT.

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Photo by Danielle Bates

Freshman Criminal Justice major, Kate Welkner, likes a BLT. "It's bacon. Who doesn't like bacon?"

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Photo by Danielle Bates

Senior Youth Ministry major, Logan Silver, likes a BLT. "It's the best sandwich, really."

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Photo by Danielle Bates

Senior Christian Studies major, Justin Dixon, likes a BLT. "Fresh tomatoes on a BLT are the best."

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Photo by Danielle Bates

Senior CWAL (Creative Worship Arts Leadership), Franklin Hang, likes BLTs. "Between a BLT and a PB&J, there is just no competition."

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Photo by Danielle Bates

Junior CWAL (Creative worship Arts Leadership) major, Blake Ferguson, likes PB&J. "A wise man once said, 'Man can't live without PB&J'."

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Photo by Danielle Bates

Junior Biology major, Benjamin Bails, likes a PB&J. "It is a window to the soul."

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Photo by Danielle Bates

Senior Biology major, Christopher Snook, likes PB&J. "It's the only mainstay in the NGU Caf."