Posts From Saul Flores

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Adventist Leaders Learn English at Southwestern

Learning a new language is hard, but for a student to do it in a month is even harder. That is the challenge that Adventist Church leaders and English as

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Students Called to Vote on WWI Posters

Southwestern Adventist University is hosting an exhibit focused on the 100-year anniversary of World War I. A promotional poster contest was held to advertise the World War I exhibit last

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First Assembly To Feature SSI Focus Groups

Southwestern’s first assembly of the semester will feature the Student Satisfaction inventory this Thursday. The SSI is a national survey taken by college and universities across the country to provide

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Opinion: SWAU Should Open a 24-Hour Gym

With college getting harder and harder, more and more students have less time to do extracurricular activities. From studying for tests to writing research papers, a college student’s life is

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Low Gas Prices Benefit SWAU Students

  With gas prices in Texas being as low as they are, Southwestern Adventist University students are taking advantage of filling up their car while saving money. “We are really

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Field Trips: A Great Learning Method for Students

(edited by Saul Flores and B.J. Mondesir) Field trips are a good distraction for busy college students because it allows you to focus on things other than college work. Recently

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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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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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A Student Shares Her View on iPhone 6

After having an iPhone 5c for six short months, I decided to get the new iPhone 6. After watching the Apple Keynote and seeing that the new iPhone would have

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Close to Home, On His Own

“I’ve wanted to attend Southwestern Adventist University ever since I heard of it,” says Josh Ramirez, a freshman theology major. “I wanted something that was close to home but still