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Music Department Trains and Equips Students to Be Professional Musicians

(edited by Jalen Wells) The department of music at Southwestern Adventist University is an academic department with a primary purpose of training and equipping professional musicians. There are three areas

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IT: We’re Here to Help

(edited by Jalen Wells) Information Technology Services at Southwestern Adventist University is centered around breaking and fixing activities and basic provisioning services. Information technology technicians handle jobs like installing software,

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Life After Graduation: A View from a Recent Graduate

(edited by Brianna LeBlanc and Jalen Wells) There is a huge sensation of relief when graduates realize their freedom from homework, projects, and exams. The days right after graduation are

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Southwestern’s EMT Program: Interview with Caleb Minett

(edited by Jalen Wells and Brianna LeBlanc) Caleb Minett is an EMT fire fighter who is graduating with the class of 2018 from Southwestern Adventist University with an associate in

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Tyler Woolridge Serves as New Director of Facilities and Athletics

(edited by Jalen Wells) Tyler Woolridge became the director of facilities and athletics for Southwestern Adventist University in July 2018 after graduating from SWAU with a degree in Exercise Science.

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With Move, Communication Department Adds Ideas, Technology to Center of Campus

As part of the on-campus movement related to the arrival of the new Administration and Nursing Building, Southwestern’s communication department moved across campus into Pechero Hall as of this semester.

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From Pastor to Professor Overnight: Meet Buster Swoopes

(Edited by Jalen Wells) Pastor Buster Swoopes, a Southwestern Adventist University graduate from 2006, is now creating a new stepping-stone for students today as a religion professor at SWAU. When

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National Suicide Prevention Day Highlights a Personal, National Crisis

Forty-four thousand nine hundred and sixty-five. That’s how many Americans commit suicide every year. That’s roughly one death every 40 seconds, according to the World Health Organization. Take a moment

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The Rusty Bucket Is Now the Knights Market and Grill

(edited by Jalen Wells) College students live a busy and stressful lifestyle. They spend hours every day in classes, studying for classes, and working to pay off these classes. They