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88.3 The Journey Applies for New Tower (updated)

88.3 KJRN The Journey is preparing to build new tower that will replace their 27-year-old antenna after they recently completed an engineering study with two outside firms and sent a

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Opinion: The Cafe Needs More Options

Almost all students, as some point or another, frequent the Committee of 100 Cafeteria on the Southwestern campus. It is the only place where all 800 of our students come

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Deadline for Colombia Mission Trip Deposit Is Dec. 15

Southwestern Adventist University and the Southwestern Union will join Share Him for a mission trip to Boyacá, Colombia on May 11-30, 2016.  For this trip, a deposit of $200 is

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Award-winning Composer Named As Judge for 48-Hour Film Challenge

Michael Price, Emmy Award-winning composer of the hit BBC series Sherlock,  has been confirmed as one of the judges for the upcoming Brain Games 48-hour film challenge “South by Southwestern,”

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Opinion: Long Live Dead Week

There are people who honestly believe that dead week is useless. I personally don’t believe that. Since it has been started, I’ve found this week fairly useful. It allows students

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Opinion: Dead Week Should Die

Let’s face it, Dead Week shouldn’t be a thing. Usually, at least in my experience, it ends up with more stress being put on students. The idea that professors should

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Opinion: Is December Graduation Worth It?

When I first found out that I had the option of graduating a semester early, I was absolutely thrilled. I instantly thought about how much money I would be saving

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Lectures on Holocaust, AIDS Scheduled

Southwestern Adventist University, in conjunction with National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) on the Road, Humanities Texas and others, is presenting two lectures today and tomorrow. The first event will