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Surviving Physical and Emotional Abuse

(edited by Judy Yong and Kaysha Ortiz-Ramos) My name is Danae Dolinsky-Songy and I work at 88.3 The Journey as the morning show host and program director. I love my

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Jalen Wells Survives Six Years of Basketball Injuries

Jalen Wells, a communication sophomore at Southwestern, has had an injury somewhere on his body for six consecutive years due to basketball. Wells’ first injury in basketball was a severe

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Matthew Hanson: Master of Time Management

From participating in every activity to planning them, Matthew Hanson knows how to make the most of the allotted 24 hours given to him in a day.  He is involved

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Student Overcomes Personal Challenges to Help Others

From living through the World Trade Center collapsing in New York and surviving an illness that is going to be with him for the rest of his life, computer science

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How a Field Trip Showed Me My Future

Ten arrested in illegal rehab center. Freud on Fox News. Ex-Dallas Republican mayor speaking against Donald Trump. These were just a few of the stories that caught my eye as

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Her Talented Fingers Are Taking Her Places

First-year biology and music major Lindsey Johnson, is a girl of many talents.  She’s a natural-born leader, an avid gymnast as well as someone who happens to be endowed with

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The Keys to Handling Interpersonal Conflict

(edited by Judy Yong  and Jordan Greene) One of the major tasks of life is learning how to manage conflict, and for most people, this becomes a difficult task. Part

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Elevate Hosts Game Night at Keene SDA Church

(Edited by Keysha M. Ortiz Ramos and Jordan Greene) Elevate hosted a game night on Saturday, Sept. 24. Elevate is a ministry that Keene Church provides for the young adults

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Meet Your SA Parlimentarian

(Edited by Keysha M. Ortiz Ramos) I began as a student services senator during the 2015-2016 school year. My job was to think of ideas and projects that would help