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Midterms Are Coming! Tips to Avoid Stress

by Diana Monterroza Life as a college student is stressful with the most stressful time for students possibly midterms and finals. Although it might seem far away, midterms are just

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Valentine’s or Galentines? Options for Singles on Valentine’s Day

By Grace O. Akinfenwa Yet another Valentine’s Day has arrived. Since this day signifies when couples exchange signs of love and affection as a token of appreciation, it often causes

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Video: ESL Department Feature

by Maritza Ortiz, Wizan Sebulburo, and Diana A. Monterroza   Share this:

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Video: New Innovation Center Opens

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Podcast: Student Time Management

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SWAU Celebrates 130 Years of Education and Service

This school year, Southwestern Adventist University will mark the 130-year anniversary of its commitment to education, faith, and community. Established as Keene Industrial Academy on January 7, 1894, over the

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Honors Program Helps Students Advance Academically, Spiritually

The honors program at Southwestern Adventist University is an opportunity for students to participate in classes and activities that will help them advance both academically and spiritually. “Honors program is

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Opinion: Student Missions–A View from Palau

Hi, I’m Shania. I’m currently a student missionary in Palau, Micronesia. I work for Palau SDA Elementary school as the P.E. teacher for grades 1-8. Being the P.E. teacher, I

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Keeping His Eyes on the Prize

Being a graduating high school senior with multiple acceptance letters from different universities doesn’t always hit you like it may hit other students. Alan Briones graduated high school with a