Day: March 29, 2023

How to improve mental health through your food

Written by: Kiana Oliver Editor’s note: The following article is written in partnership with Counseling Services and the Southern Accent. Congratulations! It’s post-spring break, and you’ve made it through your first week. Whatever your spring break adventures were, returning to your busy college life can feel impossible. To add to the stress, maybe you’re going …

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“The Lord is not my shepherd, and I want: The anti-psalm as a spiritual exercise”

The Bible can sometimes be like people. We live with them so closely that we forget who they are. Many times, I’ve found myself reading a chapter of the Bible only to realize that its meaning has been worn to a nub. I’ve crashed my way through certain passages so many times looking for hope …

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Going out of your way for others: How important is your own convenience?

I don’t think that being selfless is our default setting as humans. Oftentimes, we want what is easy, what is most convenient for us. We don’t want to constantly do favors for others. When asked to do something, we may even think, “What can I gain from doing this? How will this affect my own …

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The Kayak experiences worker shortage, seeks employees

Written by: April Espinoza Southern Adventist University has been experiencing a lack of student workers on campus, with eateries such as the Dining Hall and CK2 constantly looking for new hires. This semester, The Kayak is also experiencing a worker shortage and briefly had to change its opening hours to address the issue.  “This is …

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Applied Technology department launches first annual Bridge Day

On March 21, the Construction Management Program, which is part of the Applied Technology Department at Southern Adventist University, held its first Bridge Day, an event organizers hope to hold annually, according to Andy Baker, assistant professor of applied technology.  Thirteen students from the Structures II class participated as part of a class project, building …

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Land for new School of Business building dedicated, planned completion set for fall 2025

Written by: Lindsay Beckwith Faculty, administrators and students gathered together last month to pray and dedicate the plot of land chosen for the construction of Southern Adventist University’s new School of Business building.   According to Ken Shaw, SAU president, the facility is planned for a fall 2025 completion date. At 42,000 square feet, the building …

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