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Wisdom Gained Through Experience

Education should go well beyond the classroom, with those students who succeed in life looking for opportunities to apply their learning in as many places as possible. For senior communication

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Southwestern Students Help with Relief Efforts for Hurricane Harvey

When Hurricane Harvey made landfall on the city of Houston on Aug. 26, disaster relief efforts were already beginning 253 miles to the north in Keene, Texas. Adventist Community Services,

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The End of DACA Will Affect Southwestern

I’ve been out of college for about five months now, and already I’ve been hit with the pressures of living in the “real world”—juggling job hunting, buying food, helping mom

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Student Authors New Book on Poetry

“Writing is my way to subtly ‘spill tea’ or just keep myself sane, processing life. I couldn’t stop writing if I wanted to,” says DeAndra Merrills, junior English major at

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Creative Writing Club Meets Every Wednesday Evening

Wednesday, Aug. 30 marked the first meeting of this year’s Rough Writers creative writing club for students at Southwestern Adventist University. Rough Writers is a time for students to get

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Southwestern Welcomes New School Year by Eating Sun

The first day of the 2017-18 school year at Southwestern Adventist University might have looked to some like the End of Days, but it was just coincidence that classes started

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Statistics Show Odds Are In Favor of Southwestern Graduates

Graduation weekend, May 5-7, is just around the corner. This year, a total of 149 students are graduating from Southwestern Adventist University in addition to four guest graduates from various

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Enactus Wins Regionals, Goes on to Nationals

Southwestern Adventist University’s Enactus team went to the Regional Enactus Competition, hosted in the Marriott Hotel in Plano, Texas on Monday, April 10. The competition also included a job fair