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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

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Tenth Annual Student Creative Writing Contest Offers Cash Prizes

Southwestern Adventist University’s tenth annual Creative Writing Contest presents the opportunity for students to share their creative writing skills and possibly even earn money for it. Sponsored by the Department