Day: April 13, 2021

Hot and Cold

 With a lot of stars not playing, either because of injury or some much needed rest, some teams have begun to cool down a bit. The Lakers have been missing LeBron James and Anthony Davis for a while now. This has dropped them from the second seed all the way to the fifth. The Milwaukee …

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Deshaun Watson allegations continue to pile up

On March 16 and 17, Houston-based lawyer Tony Buzbee filed three civil lawsuits accusing Houston Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson of inappropriate conduct and sexual Jpattern of preying on “vulnerable women,” according to ESPN’s Sarah Barshop. Since then, the lawsuits, of which the alleged behavior is denied by Watson, have risen to a total of 22 as …

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Student teaches weekly wellness yoga classes at Hulsey

Written by Lizbeth Rodriguez-Diep Junior marketing major Nathalia Levterova conducts a yoga wellness class at the Hulsey Wellness Center at Southern from 7 to 7:30 a.m, Monday through Thursday.  Her goal is to provide community, flexibility and — most importantly, a spiritual start to the day.  “I hope that people will leave feeling less stressed …

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Public high school students share stories about transitioning to Southern

According to the Undergraduate Statistics for Board Meeting report published by Southern’s Records and Advisement Office, there were 159 enrolled first-time freshmen who came from non-Seventh-day Adventist (SDA) schools to Southern in the Fall 2020 semester.  The document, which was last updated the second week of the Fall 2020 semester, contains information such as where …

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Collegedale seeks to fill city manager position

On Feb. 23, former City Manager, Ted Rogers, announced his retirement, effective March 12. Thirty-three applicants submitted their resumes to fill the vacant role by the April 9 deadline, according to Bridgett Raper, Collegedale spokesperson.  Commissioners voted unanimously at the March 1 commission meeting to have Municipal Technical Advisory Services (MTAS) to assist in the …

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Food Services partner with NewTerra to compost food waste

This semester, the Food Services Department at Southern decided to begin composting its leftover food waste. Partnering with NewTerra Compost, Southern is now able to better reduce food waste and its overall impact on the environment.  Teddy Kyriakidis, the director of Food Services, explained that the Food Services Department has been wanting to reduce its …

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