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Student Creative Writing Club To Begin On Thursday

The Rough Writers, Southwestern Adventist University’s student-led creative writing club, will begin its 12th year on campus when it meets this Thursday. Officially a club of the English department, the

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Opinion: Social Distance = The End of Personal Space

My husband and I are no longer living in the comfort of our apartment on campus. We are no longer able to continue with our own routine. Instead, we live

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Photo Gallery: Faces of the Quarantine

Communication majors Analilian Santibanez, Deanna Camacho, Katie Lively and Bryce Roberts share their varied perspectives in a photo gallery essay entitled, “Faces of the Quarantine.” Share this:

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Podcast: How Are Huguley and Southwestern Helping Out?

Communication major Taylor Weaver interviews her father Russ Weaver about his involvement with Texas Health Huguley and their work with Covid-19, as well as how Southwestern Adventist University is helping

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Empty Campus: Photo Essay

With the Covid-19 Global Pandemic, a lonely, desolate atmosphere has descended over the SWAU campus. The local pigeons stand guard over sidewalks that ordinarily would be bustling with students. Instead

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Make Quarantine Work for You

Not too long ago, I was a student missionary teacher in Palau. As an SM teacher, there isn’t a lot of free time. There’s always something that can be done.

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Opinion: The Pros and Cons of Learning Online

By Anonymous Online classes are very similar to, and very different from face-to-face instruction. I’m my little experience so far, I’ve found plenty to like and some reasons to dislike