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Club Helps International Family Grow

(edited by B. J. Mondesir) International Student Club (ISC) was founded by Henry Huynh, a Vietnamese international student currently enrolled at Southwestern Adventist University. ISC’s mission is to encourage the

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Student Missions: “Because I Said So”

(edited by Brisa Ramirez) I love being in control. I hate it when I’m not. But If I could have a theme for my time in Africa, I would title

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Opinion: How has Netflix Affected SWAU Students?

(edited by Saul Flores) Netflix has been a big part of University student’s lives from watching their favorite shows and movies to watching a random series that their friends suggested.

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Opinion: Jewelry–Yes or No?

(Edited by Angela Mangueira) On our campus, jewelry is a debate that has been going on for many years and nobody is brave enough to debate about it. When I

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Despite Cancer, Student Shines Her Light

A student of Southwestern Adventist University has taken her leave due to breast cancer. But even now continues to make an impact on people’s lives. Maria Maciel, a sophomore dentistry and

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Students Are Excited About New IHOP

With the news of an International House of Pancakes being built in Cleburne, Southwestern Adventist University students are getting ready to enjoy the 24-hour diner. “Having an IHOP close by

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Missions Emphasis Week Set for November

November 10 to 15 will be Missions Emphasis Week at Southwestern. Missions Club is planning the week with a purpose is to increase awareness of the student missionaries who are

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Community Celebrates STARfest

Last night marked the 26th Annual STARfest event in Keene. Hundreds of Southwestern Adventist University students came out to support the event and have a good time with members of

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Living the Life of an R.A.

(edited by B. J. Mondesir) When I first got to Southwestern Adventist University, I wasn’t sure what to expect. It was my first time at a private religious institution since