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University Singers Prepare for Composer’s Song Premier at Music Festival

(reported jointly by Herman Aguilar, Jordan Greene, and Elanith Wong) The Southwestern Adventist University Singers are preparing for the premier of Latvian composer Erik Esenvalds’ newest choral composition. The song

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Opinion: It’s Time to Grow Up, SA

Last week, after concluding a semester-long investigation on the relationship between the Student Association of Southwestern Adventist University and its students, the 2016-2017 Reporting III class was asked by James

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Free Business Seminars Will Help Students Learn to Handle Cash

The future is scary. No one knows what will happen and how life will play out. But it’s always wise to take some precautionary measures and prepare yourself for anything

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The Great Disconnect: Part III Here Are Some Options

Last semester the Reporting III class examined how effective the student association is in communicating with students at Southwestern Adventist University. And we found a general consensus that there was

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The Great Disconnect: Part II The Student Association Is You

As part of an investigative journalism project for our Reporting III class, my fellow classmate, Jordan Greene, my professor, Glen Robinson, and I decided to look at the relationship between

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The Great Disconnect: Part 1 The Problem of Apathy

Apathy. It’s the feeling you get when you’re no longer excited about that package you ordered in the mail two weeks ago, or when you’ve stopped caring what they serve

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Enactus Opens Doors for Students through Service to Community

“The major thing I like about Enactus is networking,” says Gabriel Castillo, senior business major and current president of Enactus. “You get to experience many useful things and get the