January 2011

About this issue:

What are college and university students really like in the United States these days? Read more about Walla Walla University, as featured in the January issue of the Gleaner.

More Features

  • A Case for the Christian University

    January 01, 2011
    "I am convinced that the most important way Christian faith will influence our culture is through the training and placement of well-educated and committed Christian men and women," says Alex Bryan, Walla Walla University Church senior pastor.In a...
  • Come See for Yourself

    January 01, 2011
    Are you trying to decide which college or university to attend? Then be sure to visit Walla Walla University and talk with faculty and students, suggests Danielle Shull, a sophomore English major."WWU is welcoming," she says. "Everyone has a place...
  • Come See for Yourself

    January 01, 2011
    Are you trying to decide which college or university to attend? Then be sure to visit Walla Walla University and talk with faculty and students, suggests Danielle Shull, a sophomore English major."WWU is welcoming," she says. "Everyone has a place...
  • Walla Walla University

    What are college and university students really like in the United States these days — especially in our increasingly secular world? You might picture a self-centered generation motivated by financial success. But in reality, the majority of under...
  • Walla Walla University

    What are college and university students really like in the United States these days — especially in our increasingly secular world? You might picture a self-centered generation motivated by financial success. But in reality, the majority of under...

Others

  • The Handiwork of God

    The story broke on November 12. A woman and her son, cleaning out a house in a London suburb, come across an old, dusty vase. Is it just a cheap imitation of the real thing? Should they bother having it evaluated?But the vase does have some unique...
  • The Handiwork of God

    The story broke on November 12. A woman and her son, cleaning out a house in a London suburb, come across an old, dusty vase. Is it just a cheap imitation of the real thing? Should they bother having it evaluated?But the vase does have some unique...
  • Imitation

    "When people are free to do as they please, they usually imitate each other." — Eric HofferDuring Friday evenings in my childhood home, an old Electro-Voice reel-to-reel tape recorder filled our living room with strains of the Kings Heralds, Del D...
  • Letters

    January 01, 2011
    Shame on You!My thoughts (regarding "WWVA Graduate Accepted into West Point," November 2010) are in no way to take away from the accomplishment of Andrew Scott or from his decision to attend West Point. I wish him success, strength and courage as ...
  • The Elder Emeritus

    I never knew his last name. Like Peter, James, John and Paul, it never seemed to matter. As Ed walked the aisles of the assisted living care home in Salem, Oregon, he noticed in others an abject loneliness, and set out to do something about it. "W...
  • Letters

    January 01, 2011
    Shame on You!My thoughts (regarding "WWVA Graduate Accepted into West Point," November 2010) are in no way to take away from the accomplishment of Andrew Scott or from his decision to attend West Point. I wish him success, strength and courage as ...
  • Imitation

    "When people are free to do as they please, they usually imitate each other." — Eric HofferDuring Friday evenings in my childhood home, an old Electro-Voice reel-to-reel tape recorder filled our living room with strains of the Kings Heralds, Del D...
  • The Elder Emeritus

    I never knew his last name. Like Peter, James, John and Paul, it never seemed to matter. As Ed walked the aisles of the assisted living care home in Salem, Oregon, he noticed in others an abject loneliness, and set out to do something about it. "W...

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