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Where Lost Items Come to Rest

Most students have, at some point in their scholastic career, experienced the horrible feeling that comes from losing a valued possession on the school grounds. Jeremy Knaubert, a sophomore and

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Editor’s Clarification

Editor’s Clarification:  In the feature on business administration professor J.T. Shim published December 1, 2010, the article stated that Shim had served as “a congressional intern for Bill McCollum, Marilyn

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Lecture vs. Powerpoint: Which Is Best?

In an age of almost unlimited internet access, students at Southwestern Adventist University, like nearly every other school across the nation, have become increasingly savvy in the ways of technology

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Student Interns at U.S. Embassy in Suriname

Senior social science/international relations major Sarah Osborn spent last summer as an intern at the United States Embassy in the Republic of Suriname.

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Students Enjoy Retreat During Fall Break

As nearly the first six weeks of the semester came to a close on the weekend of fall break, many students signed out of their dorm rooms and headed for

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The E-Portfolio: A New Technology in Teaching

As part of Southwestern’s ongoing Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP), all seniors now complete a capstone class and a digital portfolio to demonstrate proficiency and accomplishment in research, writing, critical thinking,

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Praying for Keene

Bill Kilgore, vice president for spiritual development, debriefs about 50 students and faculty who spent Sabbath afternoon visiting and praying for Keene households. The visitation is in anticipation of revival

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Student Missionaries Serve the World

Southwestern’s Office of Spiritual Development is asking that students, faculty and staff, and friends of Southwestern Adventist University keep student missionaries from Southwestern in their prayers. Some are already at

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Professor Fights Cancer by Running

Karen Senecal is serious about fighting leukemia and lymphoma. She had friends and family who have fought cancer, and she’s doing something about it. The associate professor of business administration

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Music at the Mendenhalls

Liz Cortes, Denny James, Devin Grady and Matthew House joined others at the home of Bob and Bev Mendenhall for Communication Department Vespers Friday night. Students went to a variety