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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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Graduating in Quarantine: A Senior’s Perspective

Hello, my name is Deanna Camacho and I am a senior here at Southwestern. I have been at SWAU for five years and I am finally graduating as a communication

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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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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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Opinion: By the Grace of God

In life, many folks look for the path of least resistance. Numerous people do not go to school because they see the difficulty of finishing a degree as insurmountable. This

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Opinion: God Has a Plan

Written by Franklin Allen/Edited by Darren Joseph You are here for a reason. You may have heard this before, but do you really believe it? You’ve made many little choices