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Bible Readings for October 2023
Long Awaited Revival
Winning at Conflict Mediation
Excellent Education Continues During the Summer at WWU's Rosario Campus
PLR Listeners Give More Than 12,000 Pounds of Food to Local Food Banks
WWU Announces New Leadership Vice Presidents
Student Designers Create Retail Space for Class Project
Partnerships Prepare WWU Students for Successful Lives
On June 11, 346 graduates marched across the Centennial Green stage to receive their hard-earned diplomas. We celebrate their success with an extensive community who helped Walla Walla University prepare them for lives of curiosity and community.
CARE Project Launches First Site at Spokane Central Adventist Church
A new program coordinated by WWU's Center for Humanitarian Engagement invites students into partnerships with regional community service initiatives.
WWU Welcomes New Vice President of Student Life
Darren Wilkins has joined the Walla Walla University administrative team as the new vice president for student life. Wilkins will provide administrative and student life leadership to support the success of students at the university.
Bioengineering Expansion Supports Advanced Research and Learning
Students are now actively learning in newly redesigned bioengineering labs to enhance their education and research in biomaterials, bioprocessing and tissue engineering — industries that have all grown substantially in recent years.
Nursing Student Connects With Portland Churches Using Music
Alyssa Rumbaoa, senior nursing major, loved being involved with music and worship on Walla Walla University’s main campus. Now studying at the nursing campus in Portland, she has continued using her talents at a variety of church services and events.
McVay Writes Quarterly Bible Study Guide on Ephesians
John McVay, Walla Walla University president, has an interest in Ephesians which traces back to his doctoral research on metaphors for the church. He has written extensively on Ephesians, including for the Adventist International Bible Commentary.
Special Week Invites Students to Discover Campus Churches
Once a quarter, Walla Walla University holds a week-long event that modifies class schedules to allow for daily campus-wide worships. Often these programs feature guest speakers, but this spring it introduced students to campus churches.
Enactus Club Wins Prize for Energy Innovation Project
WWU's Enactus team beat out 20 other teams to take home the $5,000 community impact prize for their Bionova project on energy innovation.
Diversity Groups Extend Impact Beyond Campus Borders
Hispanic and Black student groups from Walla Walla University are extending their influence beyond campus through worship services and leadership summits.
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