Posts From Glen Robinson

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Opinion: It’s Okay to Praise. It’s Okay to Complain.

One of the perks of working and spending the past 20 years on the campus of Southwestern Adventist University is that I have gotten used to the idea of being

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Judges Announce Winners of 2018 Creative Writing Contest

The judges have spoken. Here are the winners of this year’s Creative Writing Contest at Southwestern Adventist University, sponsored by the Rough Writers, SWAU’s creative writing club. In short stories,

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Poetry and Short Story Writers Have a Shot at Cash Prizes in Annual Contest

Southwestern Adventist University’s eighth annual Creative Writing Contest presents the opportunity for students to share their creative writing skills and possibly even earn money for it. Sponsored by The Rough

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Woolley Retirement Farewell To Highlight Homecoming Weekend

Dr. Andrew Woolley III, English professor and director of Southwestern’s honors program, will receive a retirement farewell as part of this year’s Homecoming weekend April 6-10. A professor at Southwestern

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Opinion: Our Student Association Is a Pseudo-System

I’m a graduating senior and four-year student, which seems to be a rarity on our campus. I’ve sat through multiple Student Association elections and voted in each one of them

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Showcase Concert To Feature Visiting Student Musicians

Southwestern Adventist University will host its annual Showcase Concert on Wednesday, Feb. 22 in Wharton Auditorium. The event features scholarship finalists for this year’s Music Festival. This year’s finalists include

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Opinion: It’s Time to Grow Up, SA

Last week, after concluding a semester-long investigation on the relationship between the Student Association of Southwestern Adventist University and its students, the 2016-2017 Reporting III class was asked by James

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The Great Disconnect: Part III Here Are Some Options

Last semester the Reporting III class examined how effective the student association is in communicating with students at Southwestern Adventist University. And we found a general consensus that there was

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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

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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