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Status Launches as Online Publication

Southwestern’s student association newspaper, Status, went live online for the first time on Sunday, October 30.  Status is completely student-run and student-read. Up until the year 2000, Southwestern’s SA publication

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Outreach Adds to Christmas Spirit

“Intersection” is an outreach opportunity embodied with the spirit of Christmas.  On December 10, the spiritual development team at Southwestern will take people to downtown Fort Worth for caroling, passing

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88.3 The Journey Attracts More Listeners than Ever Before

Mike Agee has a history of building successful radio stations.  Now as general manager of 88.3 The Journey, a new challenge is before him.  The Journey is in the Dallas-Ft

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Registration Continues on Campus

Registration on the campus of Southwestern has been moving efficiently and successfully.  There are around 143 students who have completed class registration and, about another 100 that are working on

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Thankfulness at Southwestern

Southwestern students, staff, and faculty share what they are thankful for this Thanksgiving Break.   “I’m thankful for God’s grace and the family he has blessed me with.” Shellea Svendsen-

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Students Help Plant the Seed of Ministry

Students and local church members gather together on Saturday afternoons for outreach in the community.  At Southwestern Adventist University, the first Saturday of each month is spent walking door to

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Significant Serendipity

Raisa Bryan decided to stay close to home for college. Yet she has seen world cultures and found a whole new lifestyle here at Southwestern.

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Poetry Slam Slated for Sat. night

Southwestern Adventist University’s student creative writing club, The Rough Writers, is hosting its third annual Poetry Slam on campus this Saturday night. To be held in the student lounge on

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Play Written by Alumni Showcases God’s Love

“The Love of the Guardian” is a dramatic, two-part, allegorical production that showcases the love of Christ. It was performed this summer at Nameless Valley Ranch summer camp, and is

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Students Learn Names of Muscles in Creative Ways

Learning names of muscles found in the human body may seem like a tiresome job.  Several anatomy and physiology students at Southwestern have found a way that makes learning more

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