October 28, 2016

A Chance to Give Back to Others

Ever since he was a little boy, Alex Loewen has always had an interest in the human body and how it worked. Growing up in McKinney, Texas, Loewen, was homeschooled all the way through high school, and couldn’t wait for science class so his mom could teach him and his twin brother more about the human body, in particular bones. As his interest and passion for the human body blossomed, he knew what he wanted to pursue for his future career. He wanted to be a physical therapist. Now a senior … [Read more...]

Embracing Diversity, Growing in Spirit

For some people being exposed to a new culture can be intimidating. However, one Southwestern student embraced diversity and learned to feel right at home. Amanda Madigan, sophomore psychology and education major, was born in San Jose, California. When she was eight, she moved to Hawaii with her parents. Before attending a non-denominational Christian school in Hawaii, Madigan had always attended public schools in San Jose. When she attended her first class in her new Christian school she … [Read more...]

Keene JH To Host Youth Floorball Tourney

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Floorball Championships Set for Sunday

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Southwestern Names Educator, Staff Member of Year

Chad Hutchinson, assistant professor of kinesiology, has been named Educator of the Year for the 2015-2016 school year at Southwestern Adventist University. The announcement came at a special school assembly held Thursday, April 16 on the Southwestern campus. A week later, during assembly on April 23, Wil Iverson, dean of men at Southwestern, was named Staff Member of the Year. In selecting the Educator of the Year, the University considers classroom performance, student and peer … [Read more...]

Health Fair Scheduled for Sunday

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Lecture Series Set for April 25

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Annual Student Writing Contest Offers Cash Prizes

It's time to pull that poem or short story out of your desk drawer or off you laptop. It's Writing Competition Time again! This is the fifth year that the Rough Writers, Southwestern's Creative Writing Club for students, has hosted its annual Creative Writing Contest. The contest is open only to SWAU students. Categories are Short Stories and Poetry, and each category offers a $100 cash prize for first place, and a $50 cash prize for second place. RULES: You must be a student at … [Read more...]

This Week’s Volleyball Schedule

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Music Scholarship Finalists To Perform Tonight

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