April 2004

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  • Available to God

    Viewing the mountain scenery and listening to the stillness, one would never guess the nature and scope of the business up the narrow country road. From her home in northern Washington, Risë Rafferty shares her love for the Lord and all He promise...
  • Kristi Spurgeon

    "This year I'm the Blue Mountain News news director, in charge of choosing and writing the content for our daily newscast. I've also been an anchor for almost two years.Although I love being on-air, my true passion lies behind the scenes and my dr...
  • Available to God

    Viewing the mountain scenery and listening to the stillness, one would never guess the nature and scope of the business up the narrow country road. From her home in northern Washington, Risë Rafferty shares her love for the Lord and all He promise...
  • Nikia Furman

    Nikia Furman graduated from WWC in 2000 and is the production manager at Blue Mountain Television. "I chose Walla Walla College because not only could I receive an education, I could also develop my faith," he explains. "The instruction and experi...
  • Fast Forward

    April 01, 2004
    It’s crunch time—5 p.m.—in the control room of Blue Mountain News.News producer Tristan Stone is cranking into high gear. He’s already checked microphones, moved an out-of-place prop, set up the digital clock, plugged in cameras and logged on to t...
  • Nikia Furman

    Nikia Furman graduated from WWC in 2000 and is the production manager at Blue Mountain Television. "I chose Walla Walla College because not only could I receive an education, I could also develop my faith," he explains. "The instruction and experi...
  • Fast Forward

    April 01, 2004
    It’s crunch time—5 p.m.—in the control room of Blue Mountain News.News producer Tristan Stone is cranking into high gear. He’s already checked microphones, moved an out-of-place prop, set up the digital clock, plugged in cameras and logged on to t...
  • Brian Bell

    "I came to Walla Walla on the recommendation of a communications friend of mine, and it was an instant fit. Within the first five months of enrolling, I was a radio announcer on KGTS-FM and a news anchor with Valley News.My experience at WWC helpe...
  • Brian Bell

    "I came to Walla Walla on the recommendation of a communications friend of mine, and it was an instant fit. Within the first five months of enrolling, I was a radio announcer on KGTS-FM and a news anchor with Valley News.My experience at WWC helpe...
  • You Are Invited

    Open House and Dedication Weekend, April 23–24, 2004Canaday Technology CenterFriday2 p.m. Alumni/Student Connections: Networking for Professional Growth—Morre Dean, Walla Walla General Hospital CEO; Jodi Wagner, Coffey Communications, Inc., public...
  • You Are Invited

    Open House and Dedication Weekend, April 23–24, 2004Canaday Technology CenterFriday2 p.m. Alumni/Student Connections: Networking for Professional Growth—Morre Dean, Walla Walla General Hospital CEO; Jodi Wagner, Coffey Communications, Inc., public...

Others

  • Bible Word-search Genesis Chapter 3

    April 01, 2004
    Genesis Chapter 3This Bible word-search puzzle is published with the hope that as you search for the words in the puzzle, you will be comforted with the promise of the plan of redemption contained within the chapter from which these words were tak...
  • Whatsoever Things Are Pure

    Mark Twain was once asked what he thought of Richard Wagner's music, to which he replied, "Well, it's not as bad as it sounds."There seems to be a bit of the same rationalization among society at large and Christians in particular when it comes to...
  • Bible Word-search Genesis Chapter 3

    April 01, 2004
    Genesis Chapter 3This Bible word-search puzzle is published with the hope that as you search for the words in the puzzle, you will be comforted with the promise of the plan of redemption contained within the chapter from which these words were tak...
  • God's Mysterious Ways

    It was all black smoke and ringing alarms in Auburn Adventist Academy's girls dorm on that rainy November day. Were the girls still inside? Was anyone stubbornly lying in bed with ear plugs to wait out the “drill”? Was someone studying so intently...
  • Whatsoever Things Are Pure

    Mark Twain was once asked what he thought of Richard Wagner's music, to which he replied, "Well, it's not as bad as it sounds."There seems to be a bit of the same rationalization among society at large and Christians in particular when it comes to...
  • Praying for the Cameras

    As a teen, Phil Donahue dreamed of being a famous TV personality. By the age of 27, he was well on his way to “success.” He worked as a reporter for the national network CBS. It was only radio, but it was CBS just the same.
  • God's Mysterious Ways

    It was all black smoke and ringing alarms in Auburn Adventist Academy's girls dorm on that rainy November day. Were the girls still inside? Was anyone stubbornly lying in bed with ear plugs to wait out the “drill”? Was someone studying so intently...

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