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Heritage Center Provides Access to Sources on Adventist History

Since spring, the Adventist Heritage Center at Southwestern Adventist University has steadily improved access to its historical collections, making it easier to browse, search and request to view its holdings

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A Sermon on Every Page

If Jazzmine Bankston wasn’t made up to be a doctor or a dentist, what was she supposed to do?

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From Riches to Rags to Riches

She was a top model in Asia making lots of money. She had everything–and nothing.

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Student Learns Leadership, Inspires Others

The road to Keene has been a long one for Jonathan Amaro, who is helping develop leaders on campus.

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Student Dream of Pastoring Is Closer to Fulfillment

Smith Castillo says he dreamed of becoming a minister since he was very young, but because of a leg deformity and a stutter, he thought he would never be able to be a pastor.

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Art Shows Bring Life to Meadows Gallery

Art has returned to Meadows Gallery! Our second show this semester, Western Landscapes and Wildlife: Color, Light, Shapes,” opened on March 24 to a full room, with painting and sculpting

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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.