Day: April 6, 2021

#StopAsianHate: Leagues, teams, players speak against ongoing hate crimes

There has been a rise in hate crimes against the Asian and Pacific Islander community, largely due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Earlier this year we saw a mass shooting in Atlanta in which the majority of victims were Asian women.  In another incident, a 75-year-old Asian woman was also the victim of a recent hate …

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“I am a disciple of Christ:” Founding your faith on the rock

Last week, I had an eye-opening conversation with my great uncle, Robert Koide, or as I call him, Uncle Bob. Uncle Bob was raised in a half-Japanese, half-Hawaiian household. Growing up, he was exposed to different Christian denominations. His mother was a Catholic, and his grandfather was a Methodist. He was first introduced to Adventism …

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Southern to organize two vaccine events on campus before the end of the semester

Update: – In an email sent to campus this morning, it was announced that on Friday, April 16, Southern Adventist University will be providing COVID-19 vaccines for any Southern student, employee, or their immediate family members, age 18 and older, who would like to be vaccinated. The Hamilton County Health Department is providing Johnson & …

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Southern hires first director of Adult Degree Completion Program

Written by: Frank Canizares Raising two daughters as a single mother was tough for Cynthia Wright. She worked two jobs to ensure her children received an Adventist education, believing it would help preserve their faith. But it also meant postponing Wright’s dream to obtain a college degree of her own.  That changed after Wright’s daughters …

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