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AUAGENDA: Andrews Agenda
Photo of the Week: You are invited to experience ADRA's world through dynamic presenters and inspiring stories
from the front lines of ADRA's mission. This free event will feature live music by the King's Heralds at the Howard
Performing Arts Center on Friday evening, September 21, 2012. Visit www.ADRA.org/OnTheEdge for more
information about this event.
View All Week In Pictures »
AU Online Calendar
Friday, September 21
Andrews Fall Retreat
Andrews Agenda
For full details of this week's announcements, view the
ADRA: On The Edge
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University Vespers
Online Edition: www.andrews.edu/agenda/
Saturday, September 22
Campus
New Life Fellowship
Cognitive Genesis
American Piano Quintet
Announcements
Monday, September 24
Student Missions Week
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ADRA: On The Edge
Kinetic Worship
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University Vespers: SDA in Politics, yes or no?
Tuesday, September 25
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American Piano Quintet at the Howard on Sept. 22
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MBA Information Seminar
Momentum Worship
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Fitness Expo & 5K Fun Run/Walk 2012
More Events »
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Traffic Restrictions for Friday and Sunday of Homecoming
Student Missions Fair
Student Missions Vespers
Sabbath-Keeping and Well-B
Wednesday, September 26
Area Church Listings
Weekend, Sept. 27-30
Worship times, speakers and
sermon titles
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Student Missions Week is Sept. 24-28
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Revive Vespers, "The Radical Invitation and the
Full List...
Classifieds
Extraordinary Life" Part III
Buy, sell, trade or share!
Full List...
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A Research Symposium on Sabbath-Keeping
Have An
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Sign-up for the 5th Annual Ride for AU
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Journey Reunion Concert and Journey Reunion Live
Announcement?
Please submit information for
Concert Album
the Andrews Agenda to
[email protected] or by
visiting the agenda
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AU Pool & Beaty Gym - Lockers
submissions page and use
your Andrews login and
password. To add an event to
Campus News
the AU Online Calendar, visit
the events submissions page
and use your Andrews login
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Open House Celebrating SPLAD's New Suite
and password.
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Alumni Homecoming Weekend is Sept. 27-30, 2012
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Campus Ministries Goes Mobile
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Eat Local Challenge Is On Tuesday, Sept. 25
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Take a Survey to Support Development of the Campus
Master Plan
Community
Announcements
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The Association of Adventist Women's Annual Conference
is Just Around the Corner
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ABC Open House Sale is Going on Now
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Funding and Grant Opportunities
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Clavin Taylor in Concert
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PMC Sabbath Vespers
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Adventist Retirees: Marcia Kilsby Shares Mission Update
from Haiti, North Korea
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Adventist Forum presents Cognitive Genesis: The Impact
of Adventist K-12 School
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South Bend First Church Youth Event
Andrews in the News
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The Herald-Palladium: Instrumental conversations
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Adventist Review: Andrews University Press Releases
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Book
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WSJM Radio: Eat Local Challenge At Andrews U Next
Week
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The Herald-Palladium: Andrews University Homecoming
set for Sept. 27-30
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The Herald-Palladium: Reaching and teaching, Hopkins
runs literacy program at Be
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SEPTEMBER 18
6pm-8pm
Art on Paper Opening Reception
School of Architecture
PICTURE RETAKES
Andrews Academy
SEPTEMBER 24
8am-(noon)
11am-10pm
11am-2pm
8pm-9pm
9:30pm-10pm
Student Missions Week
Campus Ministries
Student Missions Fair
Campus Ministries
Student Missions Vespers
Campus Ministries
Kinetic Worship
SEPTEMBER 25
10:15am-11:05am
5pm-6:30pm
NO ASSEMBLY AT 10:15AM
Andrews Academy
A Research Symposium on Sabbath-Keeping
SEPTEMBER 26
9:30pm-10pm
Momentum Worship
SEPTEMBER 27
9am-5pm
11:20am-(noon)
3:30pm-7pm
6pm-8pm
8pm-10pm
10pm-10:30pm
2012 Doctor of Ministry Conference
SEM;Doctor of Ministry
Andrews Chapel
SPLAD Open House and Ribbon Cutting
Spirit of Philanthropy Homecoming Dinner
Jordan Field School Progress
Propel Worship
SEPTEMBER 28
8:30am-10:30am
Women Scholarship Committee Brunch
9am-2pm
Wes Christiansen Memorial Golf Outing
10am-11am
12:30pm-2pm
12:30pm-1:30pm
1:30pm-2:30pm
2pm-5pm
Campus Bus Tour
Tambunan Leadership Luncheon
Retirement Reception
Administrative Appreciation
Academic Tribute Presentations
5pm-4:15pm
25th Annual Homecoming Parade
5:45pm-6pm
Parade Awards Ceremony
6:30pm-7pm
International Flag Raising Ceremony
7:30pm-9pm
University Vespers
11:30am
New Life Fellowship
1pm-3am
Reunion Luncheons
SEPTEMBER 29
1:30pm-2:30pm
International Cuisine
3pm-5pm
Museums and Open Houses
4pm-6pm
Class Reunion Photos
4:30pm-6pm
Black Student Christian Forum
4:30pm-6pm
Biology Memories and Tributes
5:30pm-7:30pm
6pm-8pm
Campus Ministries
Harvest Tours
Alumni Harvest Picnic
8pm-10pm
Alumni Homecoming Gala
9pm-11pm
Homecoming Basketball Games
SEPTEMBER 30
8am-9:30am
Dept. of Agriculture Breakfast
8am-9:30am
School of Education Breakfast
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8am-(noon)
9am-11am
9:30am-11:30am
1pm-2pm
Aviation Breakfast and Fly-In
Race to End the Status Quo
Fitness Expo
5th Annual Ride for AU
OCTOBER 1
8am-3:15pm
WEEK OF PRAYER
Andrews Academy
9am-5pm
Public High School Preview Day
9:30pm
Residence Hall Worship Kinetic
Campus Ministries
8am-3:15pm
2016 CLASS OFFICER NOMINATIONS
Andrews Academy
11am-4pm
Fall 2012 Faculty and Staff Flu Shots
OCTOBER 2
OCTOBER 3
OCTOBER 4
9am-5pm
11:20am
12:30pm-12:30pm
4pm-6pm
Association of Adventist Women
University Chapel
Campus Ministries
LUC LEADERSHIP CAMP (CAMP AU SABLE)
Andrews Academy
Review of Campus Design Concepts
OCTOBER 8
8am-3:15pm
COLUMBUS DAY - NO SCHOOL
Andrews Academy
NAD COLLEGE FAIR (AA COMMONS)
Andrews Academy
MIDTERM GRADES DUE
Andrews Academy
OCTOBER 10
12:30pm-8:30pm
10pm-10pm
OCTOBER 12
8:55am-9:15am
CLASS DEVOTIONS
Andrews Academy
8:55am-9:15am
2016 CLASS OFFICER ELECTION
Andrews Academy
CLASS VESPERS
Andrews Academy
SAT TESTING (AU)
Andrews Academy
7pm-8pm
OCTOBER 14
8am-(noon)
9am-5pm
University Preview
5pm-8pm
SA FALL PARTY
Andrews Academy
SCHOOL SPIRIT WEEK
Andrews Academy
OCTOBER 15
8am-(noon)
OCTOBER 16
9am-5pm
180 Symposium
9am-5pm
Revisiting Postmodernism
9am-5pm
Postmodernism Sensitive Mission
OCTOBER 18
OCTOBER 19
8am-10pm
9:50am-10:55am
11am-(noon)
ALUMNI WEEKEND
Andrews Academy
ALUMNI CONVOCATION
Andrews Academy
CAREER SEMINARS
Andrews Academy
AA ALUMNI WEEKEND WORSHIP
Andrews Academy
FELLOWS POTLUCK
Andrews Academy
SHYDEPOKE - ALUMNI WEEKEND
Andrews Academy
OCTOBER 20
11:20am-12:55pm
1pm-3pm
8pm-10pm
OCTOBER 21
7pm
Gungor: Sponsored by AUSA
8am-(noon)
ORGANIZATIONAL PICTURES
OCTOBER 23
Andrews Academy
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Meal Venue Change for Dining Services on Thursday, Sept. 27
For supper on Thursday, September 27, 2012 Dining Services will be hosting a large Alumni group in the
Terrace Cafe. In order to suit the needs of that large group, the Terrace Cafe will be closed for supper.
Dining Services will be offering a cook-out on the lawn adjacent to the Alumni House under the large white
tent. The meal will include a burger bar with all the toppings, chips, potato salad, a novelty dessert, and
lemonade. The cost for this meal will be $5. The meal time will be from 5-7 p.m. The Gazebo will be open
as normal and will provide an additional meal option for the students.
We appreciate your understanding and patience as we host this special group of individuals on our
campus.
Contact: Dining Services
[email protected]
Category: Campus Announcements
471-3161
Friday, September 21, 2012
ADRA: On The Edge
Friday, September 21
7 p.m.-9 p.m., Howard Performing Arts Center
You are invited to experience ADRA’s world through dynamic presenters and inspiring stories from the front
lines of ADRA’s mission. This free event will feature live music by the King’s Heralds at the Howard
Performing Arts Center on Friday evening, September 21, 2012. Please let others know to help spread the
for more information about this event.
word, and visit us online at www.ADRA.org/OnTheEdge
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Category: Campus Announcements
Contact: Brittany Seraphin
[email protected]
University Vespers: SDA in Politics, yes or no?
Friday, Sept. 21
7:30 p.m., PMC Main Sanctuary
Join us for a special and important conversation: "Should Adventist be Engaged or Disengaged in Politics?"
You will have a chance to participate in a live debate from a student perspective. Following the debate, join
us for a praise set led by Deliverance Mass Choir and a message from Anthony Kent.
Anthony Kent has recently come to the General Conference Ministerial Association from the South Pacific
Division where he served as Division Ministerial Secretary and the Director of the Institute of Evangelism.
Anthony's ministry experience includes pastoring local churches, church planting, public evangelism as a
union and division evangelist, and leading study tours and other professional growth events for pastors. He
has recently developed a Ministerial Internship Development and Training syllabus. Anthony is happily
married to Debora and they have two daughters, Chelsea and Georgia.
Contact: Campus Ministries
[email protected]
Category: Campus Announcements
269-471-3211
American Piano Quintet at the Howard on Sept. 22
Featuring Carla Trynchuk and Rudolf Haken, violin; Renee Skerik, viola; Jeffrey Lastrapes, cello; and Chi
Yong Yun, piano, this talented group represents Canada, Germany, Korea, and the United States. Their
program includes Johannes Brahms’ Piano Quintet in F Minor, Op. 34, Tao Suite, based on the writings of Lau
Tsu, 6th century BC for 5- string violin, cello, and piano by Rudolf Haken, as well as Piano Quintet in A Major,
Op. 81 by Antonin Dvorak.
Tickets are on sale now! Box Office Hours:
Monday–Thursday 1:30–5 p.m.
Friday 1–3 p.m.
Call or stop by the Box Office to purchase your tickets today! Toll-free 888-467-6442 or 269-471-3560.
Tickets are also available online atiTickets.com .
Category: Campus Announcements
MBA Information Seminar
Wednesday, Oct. 3
6:30 p.m., Chan Shun Hall
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MBA Program Information Seminar meets from 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm, Wed, Oct, 3 and is held in the Chan Shun
Hall, Room 108, on the campus of Andrews University or join the live broadcast by clicking on this link at
6:30 p.m., Oct 3: http://andrews.adobeconnect.com/mbais/ .
No high pressure sales tactics or other forms of arm-twisting are used! We simply want to provide you with
the information you need to make the right choice for you regarding when and how to pursue your MBA
degree on campus! If you are living far from AU campus, you may consider enrolling in the
Online MBA program .
You are welcome to join this life-changing and recession-proof managerial leadership program!
Category: Campus Announcements
Thursday, September 20, 2012
The Rec Center by AUSA Grand Re-Opening
Sunday, Sept. 23
5 p.m., Rec Center, lower level of Campus Center
On Sunday night at 5 p.m., AUSA will be officially opening its doors for the first time this school year. AUSA is
located in the lower level of the Student Center, and now includes the Rec Center.
There will be an opening ceremony featuring Dr. Mutch, and then open recreation including activities such
as pool, board games, karaoke, ping pong, Wii, Xbox Kinect, and more!
Come be the first to enjoy the good times and don't forget to bring your friends!
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Contact: Jonathan Jacobs
http://www.andrews.edu/agenda/category/Campus+Announcements
[email protected]
Category: Campus Announcements
(202) 210-0929
Fitness Expo & 5K Fun Run/Walk 2012
Sunday, September 30
9 a.m. (7:30-8:45 a.m. registration), Johnson Gymnasium
The Department of Nutrition & Wellness would like invite our community, our students, faculty and staff to
our Fitness Expo on Sunday, September 30, 2012 in the campus of Andrews University.
Runners, walkers and anyone looking for a nice fall activity are also invited to participate in our 5k & 10K Fun
Run/Walk on Sunday, Sept. 30, 2012.
For registration please go to:
http://alumni.andrews.edu/hcrun
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Contact: Isabel Verduzco
http://www.andrews.edu/agenda/category/Campus+Announcements
[email protected]
Category: Campus Announcements
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Traffic Restrictions for Friday and Sunday of Homecoming
Weekend, Sept. 27-30
Friday, Sept. 28
For the duration of the Homecoming Parade, approximately 5-6 p.m., the following traffic restrictions will be
in place:
The inbound lane of J.N. Andrews Blvd. will be closed.
The gate on International Court by the Office of Campus Safety will be closed.
Motorists entering campus from Timberland Drive will only be able to make a right hand turn onto
campus.
Parade attendees are encouraged to park in the following lots: Howard Performing Arts Center,
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Seminary and Chan Shun Hall. Please do not park in the Administration Building and Pioneer Memorial
Church parking lots.
If you need to enter or exit campus, it is recommended that you do so at least 30 minutes prior to the start
of the parade. Please expect there to be some traffic delays before, during and immediately following the
parade.
Sunday, Sept. 30
During the 1/5/10K Run/Walk, there may be times of limited vehicle access to campus and on campus
between the hours of 8:30-10:30 a.m. Motorists are asked to drive cautiously in consideration of those
participating in this event.
Category: Campus Announcements
Wednesday, September 19, 2012
Student Missions Week is Sept. 24-28
Monday-Thursday, Sept. 24-28
11-2 p.m., Campus Center
Student Missions Fair will be happening at the Campus Center where your fellow students who were student
missionaries will have booths set up from their place of missions. Everyday, we will have food (free!) where
you can pick up, and check out the different places students have gone. There will be music, pictures,
artifacts and if you are interested, you can sign up to start the process of becoming a student missionary.
Contact: Jason Park
[email protected]
Category: Campus Announcements
847-814-9700
Online Senate Elections
Vote online for your Student Senator this week and you could be the student who wins a new Google Nexus 7
Tablet! You have until Friday, September 28 to vote and be entered to win.
All you have to do is login with your Andrews username and password at http://www.andrews.edu/ausa
then click "Vote for Your Senator! "
,
If you know someone who still wants to be a Senator, contact us at [email protected], write them in on
your online ballot.
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Contact: Andrew Brassington
[email protected]
Category: Campus Announcements
360.610.7048
Tuesday, September 18, 2012
Revive Vespers, "The Radical Invitation and the Extraordinary
Life" Part III
Friday, Sept. 21
7:30 p.m., Biology Amphitheater, Science Complex
Speaker: Laurence Burn
Concluding our 3 part series on Missions
Theme: The Radical Invitation and the Extraordinary Life
3) Go. Global missions imperative. Focusing on the unreached.
Co-curricular Credit Available for Undergraduates.
Speaker Bio: Born in South Africa. Graduated with a theology degree from Weimar College. Served as a
student missionary on the Island of Palau. Later graduated with m.div at the Seminary where he served as a
chaplain for 6 years. Currently works at Adventist Frontier Missions (AFM) as the International Field Director.
He and his wife Lois have two children, Ruth and Jonathan. Laurence is very passionate about radical
discipleship (truth and life come together).
Contact: Steve Toscano
Category: Campus Announcements
[email protected]
Gungor Coming to the Howard Performing Arts Center on Oct. 21
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Category: Campus Announcements
Tambunan Leadership Luncheon during Homecoming Weekend
Contact: Undergraduate Leadership
Category: Campus Announcements
[email protected]
Monday, September 17, 2012
A Research Symposium on Sabbath-Keeping
Tuesday, Sept. 25.
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5-6:30 p.m., Bell Hall Room 013
Research Symposium
Delight or Distraction: Sabbath-Keeping Motivations and Subjective Well-Being
Karl Bailey, director of Behavioral Neuroscience, will be the speaker. Sabbath-keeping as a Christian practice
is a way of marking the passage of time and acknowledge God’s sovereignty. We will examine whether
motivational differences in Sabbath-keeping experiences are related to subjective well-being and discuss the
relationship between internalization of religion and behavioral and health outcomes.
Contact: Josephine Katenga
Category: Campus Announcements
[email protected]
Sign-up for the 5th Annual Ride for AU
Sunday, September 30, 2012
12:30 p.m. Line-up begins along E Campus Circle Dr
1 p.m. Ride takes off!
Help us qualify! Sign up by Friday, September 21, 2012. With a 25-bike minimum, we will receive a Berrien
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County Sheriff escort.
Register online at alumni.andrews.edu/homecoming
.
Attachments
ride_for_au_20120904_final1.pdf
Contact: Office of Alumni Services
[email protected]
Category: Campus Announcements
269-471-3591
George Barna Presents: Growing True Disciples
“Growing True Disciples: Opportunities and Challenges in Raising the Next Generation of Believers”
Wednesday, Nov. 14, 3–4:30 p.m.
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Howard Performing Arts Center
4160 E. Campus Circle Dr., Berrien Springs, MI
“Transforming Children Into Spiritual Champions”
(Session is approx. 90 minutes long)
Among the chief assets of a church are its children. Our approach to their spiritual maturation must be
intentional and strategic. This session describes Barna’s research regarding moral and spiritual development,
educational strategy, and family-church partnerships, as well as steps churches and parents may take to
buck the culture and raise spiritually mature young people.
Wednesday, Nov. 14, 7–8:30 p.m.
Pioneer Memorial Church
8655 University Blvd., Berrien Springs, MI
“Revolutionary Parenting”
(Session is approx. 80 minutes long)
This session describes some of the emphases that relate to how parents facilitate a lifelong devotion to
serving God through one’s gifts and abilities. Barna will discuss why ministry to children matters; what the
Bible says about raising kids; common but ineffective parenting strategies; and the practices of effective
parents. Based on research among young adults who have grown up to serve the Lord, and interviews with
their parents.
Thursday, Nov. 15, 11:30 a.m.–12:15 p.m.
Pioneer Memorial Church
8655 University Blvd., Berrien Springs, MI
“Intentional Development of a Biblical Worldview”
University Forum
Less than one out of every five born again adults possess a biblical worldview–and it is the inability to think
like Jesus that prevents people from acting like Jesus. Based on his research among individuals who have
such a way of interpreting reality, and insights from the churches that are effectively assisting people in the
development of a biblical worldview, Barna will describe America’s worldviews and how churches can become
more strategically involved in facilitating a biblical worldview.
For more information: andrews.edu/go/barna
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George Barna is a Christian Researcher that has held executive positions in advertising, public policy,
political campaigns, and media/marketing research. He began his own company, The Barna Group, in 1984.
Barna Group is a visionary research and resource company and is widely considered to be a leading research
organization focused on the intersection of faith and culture.
This event is sponsored by: Andrews University, Lake Union Conference of Seventh-day Adventists, Michigan
Conference of Seventh-day Adventists, North American Division Ministerial Department, Pioneer Memorial
and the Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary at Andrews University
Contact: Pioneer Memorial Church
269.471.3133
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Annual International Cuisine Potluck
Sabbath, Sept. 29
1:30 p.m., Third Floor of Marsh Hall
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On September 29 at 1:30 p.m. (immediately following 2nd service at PMC), you are invited to join us at our
Annual International Cuisine Potluck. The Department of Nutrition & Wellness would love to hear what you
have been up to lately! The potluck will be held in our department, 3rd floor of Marsh Hall, in the lobby.
This is the time to represent your cultural background by bringing your favorite dish to share with the group
(after all, food is the most important part of a potluck!). Please just remember that it needs to be
vegetarian! This is also a great time to break out your traditional cultural attire and show off where you
came from!
Please RSVP to this event so that we will know approximately how many people will be attending by either
replying to this email at [email protected] or by calling us at 269.471.3370!
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Contact: Isabel Verduzco
http://www.andrews.edu/agenda/category/Campus+Announcements
[email protected]
Category: Campus Announcements
269-471-3370
Journey Reunion Concert and Journey Reunion Live Concert
Album
Saturday, October 27, 2012
3:30 p.m., Howard Performing Arts Center
Journey Reunion Concert: Free Admission and free will offering will collected.
Journey Reunion LIVE concert album: We have until Saturday, October 6, 2012 to raise $8,500. Funds will be
used to create a Journey Reunion Live concert album. We either raise it all, or we get nothing.
Learn more about supporting this ministry .
Contact: Wanda Cantrell
(269) 471-3264
Category: Campus Announcements
Sunday, September 16, 2012
AU Pool & Beaty Gym - Lockers
Lockers at Beaty Gym are available for use by any pool patron. In order to store items overnight, however, it
is necessary to register that locker at the pool reception desk for a fee of $10 per semester. Beaty Gym staff
reserves the right to remove items left overnight in any unregistered locker. Padlocks on unregistered lockers
may also be cut.
A probationary period has been alloted for all patrons to register their lockers appropriately. ALL lockers will
be cleared at the end of Fall Semester 2012. Please ensure that your items and locks are removed before the
beginning of Christmas Break.
Questions can be directed to the AU Pool reception desk or office.
Contact:
269-471-3255; 269-471-3257
Category: Campus Announcements
Planning a Campus for the Next Generation of Seventh-day
Adventist Education
The planning and design for the future of the Andrews University campus begins now. This fall semester, the
School of Architecture, Art & Design is taking the lead to chart a course for the next 10 years of campus
development. Everyone is invited to participate!
This project is being led by the Campus Design Studio from the School of Architecture, Art & Design.
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This is an unprecedented campus-wide planning process where students, faculty, staff, alumni and
community members will be considering ideas and actions to help shape the next generation of buildings and
spaces for a distinctive Seventh-day Adventist Christian education at Andrews University.
The goal is to shape an updated and revised Campus Master Plan and supporting design guidelines by
January 2013. The Campus Design Studio was created for this purpose and will work with the campus
community through a series of interactive meetings and workshops. This effort plugs into Strategic Initiative
#6 of the new Andrews University 2012–17 Strategic Plan. This project is intended to help shape the
environment and facilities that support the operation of a quality academic and student life program here at
Andrews University.
A detailed schedule of events and information about the project and its interdisciplinary team is available
online at www.andrews.edu/campusplan .
Category: Campus Announcements » Campus News
Tuesday, September 11, 2012
Lamson Health Club Sale is Still Available
LAMSON HEALTH CLUB SALE: 10% off on 1 year, 6 month, and 3 month memberships
happening now through September 16. Andrews University students can charge their memberships
to their student accounts during this time only (ID card required).
Membership includes use of exercise equipment, jacuzzi, sauna, and aerobics classes.
Call us at 269-471-3449.
Contact: Elise Damron
[email protected]
Category: Campus Announcements
(269) 471-3449
Monday, September 10, 2012
Where are you Sabbath Mornning?
We hope that you are at one of the three worship communities right here on campus. There are a total of 5
different times that are available for you to share with the rest of your faith community.
Never been to church, or haven't been in a long while...each of these worship services will welcome you. Just
ask any of the warm faces greeting you at the door, passing a program to you. Not sure how to dress? Come
as you are. Not sure how to pray? Its simple, say whats on your heart and Jesus will hear you. In our
Worship services you will be able to hear others pray. Not sure if you are ready to make a big commitment?
No commitment required. Just visit one of our gatherings that last from 75 minutes to 90 minutes.
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WHO WE ARE
Journey is a thriving group of young people who attend or live near the
campus of Andrews University. Although most of them are students,
Journey is much more than another singing group on campus. Journey
members take time out of their schedules to come together every Sunday,
with no academic credit given for motivation, and sing spirituals and other
Christ filled songs.
When Journey began in 2003 they had no idea where God would take
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them. Two young men, Martin L. Lister and Baron Savory, were impressed
to start an ensemble which would sing old spirituals. At first, their only
concern was to share their joy of singing however, as time passed, the Holy
Spirit planted seeds in the hearts of each member. Through inspiration of
the Holy Spirit, the group chose a name, and it was decided that Journey
would be the most appropriate title. It echoed their mission and purpose in a
very clear and effective way.
WHAT WE DO
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Through the years, Journey has had the opportunity to minister in various
venues such as church services, concerts, banquets, celebrations, and
much more. They have had tours to the Bahamas, Tennessee, Georgia,
and Michigan which have been the source of many precious memories and
ministry opportunities. Furthermore, Journey’s repertoire has expanded to
include cultural, jazz, contemporary, and classical compositions. This group
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is filled with talent generating creative avenues to minister to the world.
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THE PROJECT
Because Journey is a group made up of students who come and go, we
decided it was time, after 9 years of ministering, to bring all the different
members that have been a part of Journey, at one time in those 9 years,
together to not only fellowship with one another, swap stories, and learn, but
to make music. Because Journey is quite large, ranging from 15-30 each school year with a
steady flow of new and old members, getting together to make a live album
will cost a lot of money.
With your help we cannot only fund the album, but make the cost of bringing
everyone together for this joyous occasion much easier. Your support will go
to fund all the different costs it takes to house and feed Journey members
as well as pay for the production and duplication of the actual CD.
FINANCIAL BREAKDOWN
We are estimating a group of about 100 people will be involved with the live
album. We have set a long weekend in October for fellowship and practice.
The cost is based on those 100 people and the 5 days they will be here.
Food - $2,000
Housing - $2,000
Transportation - $1,000
CD production and duplication - $3,500
Total: $8,500
THANK YOU
From the bottom of our hearts to yours thank you for supporting Journey.
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Journey
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Friday, September 21, 2012
Open House Celebrating SPLAD's New Suite
Andrews University will celebrate the Department of Speech-Language Pathology & Audiology’s move to new
quarters in Bell Hall with an open house and ribbon cutting ceremony on Thursday, Sept. 27, 2012. The
open house, which includes complimentary hearing screenings, will be held from 3:30–7 p.m. with the ribbon
cutting ceremony taking place at 4 p.m. Students, clients, faculty and members of any professional and
referral healthcare organizations are invited to attend. This is also the first official event for the new Andrews
University School of Health Professions.
The expanded and renovated location in Bell Hall provides the growing department with room to expand their
educational vision, programs and Speech & Hearing Clinic. The remodeled suite features new state-of-the-art
sound booths for complete hearing evaluations, and a new lab monitoring room for the Speech & Hearing
Clinic. The clinic is open to the public, offering hearing and speech evaluations, and speech therapy. It is the
only clinic in a 60-mile radius offering central auditory processing testing, which evaluates how the ear and
brain are working together to use auditory information.
“Our former space was cramped at 700 sq. ft., but the new area is a spacious 2,800 sq. ft. There is room to
grow and we have taken initial steps toward a master’s degree in speech-language pathology,” says Darah
Regal, chair. “Over the last five years our enrollment has increased steadily from 25 to 65 majors in 2012.
We’re delighted and impressed as we meet this year’s freshmen, with their animated curiosity to start
learning and growing in their chosen field.”
With their new facilities, the department is beginning to expand. The current program offers a bachelor’s and
a minor in speech-language pathology and audiology. The department’s proposal for a master’s program has
received approval from the Andrews University Program Development Review Committee (PDRC) and the
Graduate Council, and is being reviewed by Provost Andrea Luxton. The department is working on a proposal
for master’s program accreditation from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association.
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Alumni Homecoming Weekend is Sept. 27-30, 2012
Andrews University’s annual Alumni Homecoming Weekend will be held Sept. 27–30, 2012, with a variety of
events that are open to the community, alumni, staff, faculty and students. A full schedule and description of
events, including RSVP forms for select events, is available at alumni.andrews.edu/homecoming.
Ribbon cutting ceremony and open house for Department of Speech-Language Pathology &
Audiology
The weekend begins with a ribbon cutting ceremony and open house for the newly renovated and expanded
Department of Speech-Language Pathology & Audiology in Bell Hall on Thursday, Sept. 27, at 4 p.m. It’s the
first event for the recently organized School of Health Professions, which includes all the health-related
academic departments at Andrews University. The event is free and open to the public, and free hearing
screenings will be offered.
Wes Christiansen Memorial Golf Outing
On Friday, Sept. 28, all are invited to participate in the Wes Christiansen Memorial Golf outing at Blackthorn
Golf Club in South Bend, Ind. Registration begins at 8 a.m. with the shotgun start at 9 a.m. The regular entry
fee is $80 ($60 for Andrews University students), which includes 18 holes of scramble golf with a cart,
continental breakfast, lunch, duffle bag and other prizes. Proceeds will go to the Alumni Scholarship fund.
RSVP is required.
Reception, Academic Tributes for Retiring Biology Professors
Friday’s events also include an alumni reception in the foyer of Buller Hall from 12:30–1:30 p.m. to honor the
retirements of biology professors Bill Chobotar, John Stout, Dennis Woodland and David Steen. Following the
reception, all are invited to attend the Administrative Appreciation for Biology Faculty Retirements and
Academic Tribute Presentations beginning at 1:30 p.m. in Newbold Auditorium of Buller Hall. RSVP for the
alumni reception and submit tributes, memories and best wishes to the retiring professors at
alumni.andrews.edu/biology.
25th Annual Homecoming Parade, International Flag Raising Ceremony
The 25th annual homecoming parade begins at 5 p.m. starting on West Campus Circle Drive in front of the
Seminary. Guests can enjoy free elephant ears, popcorn and cotton candy while watching the parade of
floats, marching bands and fire trucks. All are invited to attend. Immediately following the parade, join us in
celebrating diversity at the International Flag Raising Ceremony on the flag mall at 6:30 p.m. All are
encouraged to wear native dress and participate in both the parade and flagraising. Call 269-471-3345 to
sign up and reserve your flag.
Open Houses Across Campus
On Saturday, Sept. 29, explore the campus of Andrews University through a variety of open houses across
campus all occurring from 3–5 p.m. These include the Architecture Resource Center in the Architecture
Building, the Art & Design Gallery in Smith Hall, the Center for Adventist Research in the lower level of James
White Library, the Department of Biology in Price Hall of the Science Complex, the Department of SpeechLanguage Pathology & Audiology in Bell Hall, James White Library’s 75th Anniversary tours, the Natural
History Museum in Price Hall of the Science Complex, the Institute of Archaeology and Siegfried H. Horn
Museum, Ruth Murdoch Elementary School, and the Undergraduate Learning Center: Buller & Nethery Halls.
Aviation Breakfast and Fly-In
Among the notable events on Sunday, Sept. 30, is the Aviation Breakfast and Fly-In from 8 a.m.-noon at the
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Andrews University Airpark. Guests can enjoy a pancake breakfast before touring the airpark to see the fleet
of planes and visit the Flight Simulation Center. The price is $7 for adults, $3 for children ages 10 and under.
5K Run/Walk & 10K Run/Fitness Expo
For those who enjoy some morning exercise, a 5K Run/Walk & 10K Run will begin at 9 a.m. at Johnson Gym.
Titled “Race to End the Status Quo,” proceeds from the event will go to AU Student Missions. The registration
fee is $15 or free for Andrews University students. T-shirts will also be available for $5.
Ride for AU
The weekend’s events will conclude Sunday with the 5th annual Ride for AU at 1 p.m. when motorcyclists can
enjoy a scenic trip through Southwest Michigan. If the 25-bike minimum is met, the ride will be escorted by
the Berrien County Sheriff’s Department Motorcycle Team. RSVP now at alumni.andrews.edu/homecoming
.
Category: Campus News
Thursday, September 20, 2012
Campus Ministries Goes Mobile
The Office of Campus Ministries has gone mobile! Their mobile offices are a new initiative to bring their
ministry directly to the students of Andrews University.
From Monday-Thursday of the weeks of September 10-20, the chaplains and their support staff wheeled a
cart loaded with an electric teapot and an array of tea, apple cider, and hot chocolate and set up camp in one
of the campus lobbies. Beside their cart they placed a large sign announcing their motto, “Keep Calm and Put
the Kettle On,”—a phrase history students will recognize from its similarity to the World War II British catchphrase, “Keep Calm and Carry On.”
“It’s an easy way of saying, pull up a seat and let’s talk about something serious and wonderful– Jesus in
your life,” says Japhet De Oliveira, University chaplain. Each day, Campus Ministries set-up in a new area,
traveling to Buller Hall, Nethery Hall, Architecture North Studio, Physical Therapy Building, Harrigan Hall Main
Lobby, Bell Hall, Chan Shun Hall and the Seminary. By going to the students, they have the opportunity to
meet and talk with students who may not normally spend much time in the Campus Center where Campus
Ministries is located.
“We want to be where the people are,” says Jose Bourget, chaplain. “We get quite a bit of faculty, staff and
students who come to our offices, but there are so many more that we will now be able to make connections
with by being where they are.”
De Oliveira became impressed with the importance of going into the community under the influence of one of
his mentors. He realized that in order to connect with members, he needed to see them outside of church. “I
can’t preach, teach or connect unless I have a pulse for the community,” he says.
So far the outreach has been well received. Some students who had never heard of the Office of Campus
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Ministries or never had an opportunity to meet the chaplains were able to interact with them. Many people
expressed their appreciation for the chaplains’ efforts. One department chair even called the office to ensure
they would be coming to her department. “We have had some great conversations with students we would
have never met,” says De Oliveira. “Insight into their journey. Clarity on their needs.”
The chaplains intend to repeat the mobile office tour again later in the semester, as well in selected other
locations on individual days. They hope those they meet will be encouraged by their encounter to come to the
Office of Campus Ministries for longer discussions.
“I think it’s a really good idea,” says Christina Dunn, a junior animal science major. “I was blessed.”
The mobile offices are one implementation of the new Faith Development program, which includes three
elements: Program to Presence, Theory to Tangible, and Control to Creative. The mobile office is an initiative
of the first element, Program to Presence. With this initiative, the chaplains hope to make Campus Ministries
a more palpable presence on campus and in the lives of students, faculty and staff.
Some other initiatives the Office of Campus Ministries is undertaking include submitting regular articles to the
Student Movement, using live texting during Chapels and promoting the availability of the chaplains for
discussion, as well as regularly walking around campus to connect with students.
If you are interested in having the Chaplains’ mobile office come to your area, email University Chaplain De
Oliveira at [email protected]
Category: Campus News
Eat Local Challenge Is On Tuesday, Sept. 25
Can we feed hundreds an entire meal made of only locally sourced food? At Andrews University’s Dining
Services, the answer is yes, we can. On Tuesday, Sept. 25, from 11 a.m.–2:30 p.m., Dining Services will
take part in Bon Appétit Management Company’s “Eat Local Challenge” by serving up lunch made entirely
from ingredients sourced within 150 miles of Berrien Springs, Mich., with a vast majority of the ingredients
sourced from the Andrews University Farm. The Eat Local Challenge is open to the public. Regular lunch
prices apply, $7.75 (plus tax) for all you-care-to-eat. View the menu at the link below the photo.
The local farms and suppliers sourced for the “Eat Local Challenge” include: Andrews University Farm
(Berrien Springs, Mich.); Leduc Blueberries (Paw Paw, Mich.); Michigan Sugar Company (Bay City, Mich.),
Total Health Inc. (Buchanan, Mich.); Todd Griener Farms (Hart, Mich.) Windmill Island (Holland, Mich.);
Guggisberg (Middlebury, Ind.); Rosewood Acres (Lansing, Mich.), Windmill Island (Holland, Mich.); Zeeland
Foods (Zeeland, Mich.); Country Life (Paw Paw, Mich.); Carlson-Arbogast Farms (Lansing, Mich.) and Dave
Pagel Farm (Berrien Springs, Mich.). Additionally, the breads were all locally baked by Apple Valley Bakery
(Berrien Springs, Mich.).
This is the first year Gil Bell, owner of Total Health Inc., in Buchanan, has supplied produce for the event.
“Eating local actually helps produce a much higher quality nutrient value in our food. The produce doesn’t
have to travel across the county, losing nutrients with age, or be sprayed with preservatives in order to
extend shelf life.”
This marks the third year Andrews University’s Dining Services has participated in the Eat Local Challenge. It
is just one way Dining Services is accepting Andrews University President Niels-Erik Andreasen’s challenge to
make Andrews the healthiest university in the United States. “Eating local has become a mainstream of our
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culture. It’s more popular than it used to be. But having an opportunity to eat a locally sourced meal is a
different story,” says Jonathan Mark Daniels, general manager of Dining Services at Andrews University. “We
want everyone to come and experience not just a component piece of a meal that is local, but an entire meal.
We are taking ‘eating local’ from a conversation to a reality.”
One of the new locally sourced foods for this year is organic tofu from Rosewood Acres in Lansing, Mich. “Our
student body loves tofu. They’ll choose it over, or along with, their eggs—scrambled eggs and tofu, or adding
tofu to their omelets,” says Linda Briengar, executive chef at Dining Services. “Another great local source is
our own Andrews Farm. They are providing things such as eggplant, butternut squash, yellow squash,
carnival squash, acorn squash, basil, cilantro, parsley and sage. Andrews Farm is also providing us with what
I’m calling ‘heirloom peppers,’ which includes four different kinds of peppers: pika, pueblo, Cheyenne and
jalapeño.”
Bon Appétit Management, the onsite restaurant company that manages Andrews University’s Office of Dining
Services, has over 400 Bon Appétit restaurants and cafés across the country participating in the Eat Local
Challenge. As part of their partnerships with college and corporate campuses, Bon Appétit works to educate
communities about the value of low-carbon diets and local purchasing, and the connection between food and
climate change. Bon Appétit has been managing Andrews University Dining Services since June 2010.
Attachments
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Category: Campus News
Sunday, September 16, 2012
Planning a Campus for the Next Generation of Seventh-day
Adventist Education
The planning and design for the future of the Andrews University campus begins now. This fall semester, the
School of Architecture, Art & Design is taking the lead to chart a course for the next 10 years of campus
development. Everyone is invited to participate!
This project is being led by the Campus Design Studio from the School of Architecture, Art & Design.
This is an unprecedented campus-wide planning process where students, faculty, staff, alumni and
community members will be considering ideas and actions to help shape the next generation of buildings and
spaces for a distinctive Seventh-day Adventist Christian education at Andrews University.
The goal is to shape an updated and revised Campus Master Plan and supporting design guidelines by
January 2013. The Campus Design Studio was created for this purpose and will work with the campus
community through a series of interactive meetings and workshops. This effort plugs into Strategic Initiative
#6 of the new Andrews University 2012–17 Strategic Plan. This project is intended to help shape the
environment and facilities that support the operation of a quality academic and student life program here at
Andrews University.
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A detailed schedule of events and information about the project and its interdisciplinary team is available
online at www.andrews.edu/campusplan .
Category: Campus Announcements » Campus News
Friday, September 14, 2012
Take a Survey to Support Development of the Campus Master
Plan
The Campus Design Studio from the School of Architecture, Art & Design conducted the first campus planning
workshop on Sunday, Sept. 9, in the Hoosier and Lincoln Rooms of Dining Services. More than 75 students,
faculty, staff, alumni, and community residents attended the two-hour workshop, which was opened with
some motivating remarks by President Andreasen. The event included an open-house presentation of more
than 40 large-scale maps, diagrams, and outlines illustrating existing campus assets, challenges and known
plans. Breakout sessions continued with small group discussion about campus planning priorities. The
workshop ended with a 21-question survey about various campus planning issues.
Learn more about the first campus planning workshop .
Take the Survey
If you were unable to attend, your input is still needed and highly valued! Please visit
www.andrews.edu/campusplan/?page_id=74
to take a short survey offering your input in campus
planning. The survey will be available until Sept. 20, 2012.
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ITS Help Desk has New Hours, New Service Location
The ITS Contact Center, which includes the Help Desk and Service Desk, has a few changes for Fall Semester
2012.
The Help Desk phone support line, 471-6016, has new expanded hours:
Monday - Thursdays, 8 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Friday, 8 a.m. - 2 p.m.
The Service Desk is now located in the ITS Computer Lab in Bell Hall, Room 182. Business hours are:
Monday - Thursday: 5-8 p.m.
Friday: 12-2 p.m. (Check our website for changes in hours that may occur)
We can now be reached via chat! Visit www.andrews.edu/helpdesk
and click on the chat icon to
connect with a Contact Center representative. If they are offline, you can leave a message.
Contact: ITS Help Desk
[email protected]
Category: Campus News
Tuesday, September 11, 2012
Fall 2012 Faculty and Staff Flu Shot Clinics
Andrews University Faculty/Staff Fall 2012 flu shots are being offered.
Wednesday, October 3, 2012
11 a.m.–3 p.m.
Badger Room (Campus Center, second floor)
or
Academy or RMES Employee
Wednesday, October 3, 2012
RMES Library
3-4 p.m.
Cost: Free to qualifying employees and their dependents (18 years and older)
Please sign up, if you haven’t already done so, in the Office of Human Resources or via email to
[email protected] on or before September 26, 2012.
This flu shot clinic is offered by Lakeland.
Supervisors and Office Managers: Please post in your department/office for employees who do not have
ready access to email. Thank you.
Category: Campus News
Improvements in the Office of Academic Records
The Office of Academic Records is pleased to announce four important improvements in the services offered
to students, faculty and staff:
Updated Class Schedule search tool: Integrated with Banner for real-time accuracy, it features new
search capabilities and the option to save searches in PDF format. Special thanks to Brad Christensen
and his team in ITS for working with us on this new user-friendly tool!
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Andrews University Dining Services, Bon Appetit
Tuesday, Sept. 25
Classics 1
Roasted Vegetable Lasagna
Vegetables from Andrews Farm (Berrien Springs, Mich.) and Total Health Inc.
(Buchanan, Mich.) combined to make this delicious entrée. Cheese from
Guggisberg (Middlebury, Ind).
Grilled Beet Tops
Beets from Andrews Farm
Carnival Squash with Sage Brown Sugar
Squash and Sage from Andres Farm, butter from Prairie Farms (Holland, Mich.),
brown sugar
House Made Herb Focaccia
Flour from Windmill Island (Holland, Mich.) in house yeast starter, herbs from
Andrews Farm
Classics Too
Grilled Tofu Stacks with Pesto with Flat Top Vegetables
Organic tofu from Rosewood Acres (Lansing, Mich.) with basil and vegetable
medley from Andrews Farm, oil from Zeeland Foods (Zeeland, Mich.)
Sautéed Swiss Chard
Swiss Chard from Andrews Farm, oil from Zeeland Foods (Zeeland, Mich.)
Cranberry October Beans
Carlson-Arbogast Farms (Lansing, Mich.)
Manoomin Wild Rice
Harvested in the many lakes of Wisconsin, a local native American tribe has been
harvesting this rice for generations. Bearclan Wild Rice (Trego, Wis.)
Kettle (Soup Bar)
Cheddar Corn Chowder
Cheese from Guggisberg (Middlebury, Ind.), corn from Andrews Farm, milk from
Prairie Farms (Holland, Mich.)
Butternut Squash Soup with Toasted Pumpkin Seeds
All ingredients from Andrews Farm
Compositions
Watercress Salad with Roasted Sweet Potato
Greens and potatoes from Andrews Farm
Black Bean Confetti Salad
Black beans from Carlson-Arboghast Farm (Lansing, Mich.), corn and vegetable
aggregate from Andrews Farm
Tofu Egg Salad
Organic tofu from Rosewood (Lansing, Mich.)
Apple, Gouda, and Michigan Dried Cherry Salad
Pagel apples (Berrien Springs, Mich.), gouda from Guggisberg (Middlebury,
Ind.), Michigan dried cherries from Country Life (Paw Paw, Mich.)
Cafe Bakery
Blueberry Fool
Blueberries from Leduc Blueberries (Paw Paw, Mich.), sugar from Michigan
Sugar Company from beets (Bay City, Mich.), heavy cream from Prairie Farms
(Holland, Mich.)
Watermelon Sorbet
House made delicacy with watermelons from Andrews Farm, sugar from
Michigan Sugar Company (Bay City, Mich.)
Grandma's Golden Delicious Apple Crisp
Pagel apples (Berrien Springs, Mich.) with flour from Windmill Island (Holland,
Mich.), sugar from Michigan Sugar Company (Bay City, Mich.) combined to make
this classic local dessert.
Sips
White Peach Mint Aqua Fresca
Todd Griener Farms peaches (Hart, Mich.), fresh mint from Andrews Farm
blended to make this refreshing beverage.
Watermelon Cucumber Cooler
Watermelons and cucumbers from Andrews Farm. Simple and delicious.
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BERRIEN SPRINGS - With four different institutions represented, the logistics of rehearsing can get a little bit complicated for
members of the American Piano Quintet.
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However, for musicians used to performing at a high level, the solution is simpler than it might seem, in violinist Carla Trynchuk's perspective.
"Obviously, when we prepare for this, there's a lot of individual work that goes on,
there's a lot of core study, so when we get together things are just ready to fall in
place," Trynchuk says by telephone from her Berrien Springs home. "Then we
work on the interpretive details - what we want to bring out in the music, (and) the
types of conservations we have between the instruments. That's the kind of thing
we look to do when we get together."
For pianist Chi Yong Yun, everything's about refining the individual nuances of
each piece as the actual concert date draws closer.
"The word that comes to mind is, 'a lot of discipline' - I started playing at an early
age, when I heard my sister practicing, and I started playing what I heard," Yun
says. "I was around 3 or 4."
Trynchuk and Yun both teach at Andrews University, where they'll also perform
Saturday as part of the American Piano Quintet, whose other members are
Rudolf Haken (violin), Jeffrey Lastrapes (cello) and Renee Skerik (viola).
Haken is on the University of Illinois's music faculty, while Skerik is a viola professor at Texas Tech University and a violist for the Botticelli
String Quartet.
Lastrapes is a former Oklahoma State University faculty member who recently released a CD of sonatas by Rachmaninoff and Chopin. Since
1996, he's also served on the cello and chamber music faculty at Interlochen Center for the Arts and is an assistant professor of cello at
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"I'm looking forward to performing with these wonderful colleagues. We have lots of different backgrounds represented, and yet we all do very
much the same thing," Trynchuk says. "We all perform a lot and we all teach a lot. These are our dual passions."
The program will consist of three works, including "Piano Quintet in F Minor, Op. 34," by Johannes Brahms, and Haken's composition, "Tao
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Trnychuk expects the Haken piece to represent a musical peak of the program, even though she won't be playing on it herself.
"We went through a number of ideas (for the program). We wanted a couple of piano quintets that would be contrasting," Trynchuk says.
"Brahms, of course, is rich and dark in color and the Czech composer (Dvorak) is an audience pleaser. The most unusual work (of the night)
will be Rudolf's - it's a very cool work."
"The pieces that we're going to perform cover a wide range of emotion, between the instruments," Yun agrees. "With classical music, it's
something that takes a lot of discipline and a lot of training. It's not something you're going pick up in the period of a week or a month."
While she's looking forward to playing all the pieces, Yun is especially excited about the Brahms selection. "His writing for piano is very
complex - it's challenging, but it's musically fulfilling," she says.
The quintet's members also will give a master class to Andrews' string instrument students at 3:30 p.m. Friday, in Buller Hall's Newbold
Auditorium. Haken, Skerik and Lastrapes are expected to lead this endeavor, which is open to the public as well, Trynchuk says.
"A master class is when you have students perform, and have the master teacher work with the student," she says. "It's basically like a public
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of the work, along with Roy E. Gane and H. Peter Swanson, all of the
Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary at Andrews. “Society, with
increasing stridency, is forcing Christians to confront these topics,” Miller
says.
Miller points to the several states whose legislatures have enacted same-sex
marriage provisions, sometimes against the convictions of their own citizens.
He notes that this fall at least two states, Maryland and Washington, will have
referendums on election ballots, initiated by citizens seeking to overturn the
same-sex marriage laws recently enacted.
“Consider the strange controversy and apparent outrage that erupted when
the owner of a national fast-food chain recently expressed his support for
traditional marriage,” Miller said. “It was the same position held until very
recently by the president of the United States. And the media-driven reaction
is an indication of how efforts are being made to shift public sentiment on this
issue. Meanwhile, a film documentary affirming the gay lifestyle among
Adventists is being heavily promoted by some within the church. Through all
of this Adventists must have a clear understanding of all the issues at stake,
and they are significant.”
Ronald Knott, director of Andrews University Press, notes that along with the biblical and religious liberty issues, the
book makes a passionate case for the highest level of pastoral love and support for those Christians who, he said, “may
have been lured down a dangerous spiritual path by charming but false arguments from Scripture and political history,
coming from outside and inside the church.”
Following a preface and general introduction, various essays and articles are divided into four sections. The first
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addresses legal and religious liberty issues, with essays by Miller, Alan J. Reinach from the Pacific Union Conference,
Gerald Chipeur, a partner with the Canadian law firm Miller Thompson LLP, Scot Zentner from Cal State, San
Bernadino, and Gary Wood from Andrews University. The counseling section features articles by Stanton Jones of
Wheaton College, Mark Yarhouse of Regent University, Carlos Fayard of Loma Linda University, and Inge Anderson,
founder of a ministry to homosexuals. The fourth section includes personal testimonies from several Christians who
have lived and struggled with homosexuality. An appendix reproduces the various official statements relevant to
homosexuality issued through the years by the Adventist Church.
In addition to his teaching responsibility as associate professor of church history at Andrews, Miller is also director of
the university’s International Religious Liberty Institute. On October 6 the institute will sponsor a daylong forum on the
political, religious, and social issues regarding same-sex marriage. The event will be held at the Spencerville
Seventh-day Adventist Church in Spencerville, Maryland. The forum, planned in the context of Maryland’s ballot
referendum to overturn the state’s same-sex marriage law, will draw attention to the issues and to the new book, and
will feature panel discussions and a sermon on Adventists and social issues by Bill Knott, editor and executive publisher
of Adventist Review and Adventist World magazines.
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On Friday, Sept. 28, all are invited to participate in the Wes Christiansen Memorial
Golf outing at Blackthorn Golf Club in South Bend. Registration begins at 8 a.m.
with the shotgun start at 9 a.m. The regular entry fee is $80 and $60 for Andrews
University students. Proceeds will go to the Alumni Scholarship fund. RSVP is
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Friday's events also include an alumni reception in the foyer of Buller Hall from
12:30-1:30 p.m. to honor the retirements of biology professors Bill Chobotar, John
Stout, Dennis Woodland and David Steen.
The 25th annual homecoming parade begins at 5 p.m. on West Campus Circle
Drive in front of the Seminary. Immediately following the parade, there will be the
International Flag Raising Ceremony on the flag mall at 6:30 p.m. All are
encouraged to wear native dress and participate in both the parade and
flagraising. Call 471-3345 to sign up and reserve your flag.
On Saturday, Sept. 29, visitors can explore the campus of Andrews University
through open houses from 3-5 p.m.
On Sunday, Sept. 30, the Aviation Breakfast and Fly-In will take place 8 a.m.-noon at the Andrews University Airpark. Guests can enjoy a
pancake breakfast before touring the airpark to see the fleet of planes and visit the Flight Simulation Center. The price is $7 for adults, $3 for
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For many years Aubrey Hopkins has worked in professions that
help families and children. Now, he is in his third year teaching
literacy classes for inmates in the Berrien County jail.
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The 54-year-old Berrien Springs resident grew up in Macon, Ga., attended
Oakwood University in Huntsville, Ala., and has a background in social work. He
worked in the alternative education program at Coloma schools and in the Benton
Harbor school system. In addition to teaching literacy in the jail, Hopkins is an
examiner for the General Educational Development program, which allows people
to get the equivalent of a high school diploma. The literacy and GED programs
have no connection.
Herald-Palladium Staff Writer Scott Aiken recently talked with Hopkins about his
work in the jail.
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How did you get involved in teaching prisoners?
teaching literacy classes at the Berrien County Jail in St. Joseph
for the past three years.
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My involvement goes back probably about 20 years. I worked in a children's facility.
I worked as a juvenile probation officer. I worked with families and children, with
child abuse and neglect. And I often wondered, where along the continuum can we
actually help these children, because in many cases they were so angry because
of the things that happened to them during their childhood. I thought, maybe on the
adult end, when they are adults and more mature, that maybe something could be
done. It was from that perspective that I involved myself into the local jail and
teaching the literacy program.
Is it common to see people in jail who are illiterate or nearly so?
Yes. I taught special education at Benton Harbor High School for about five years.
Every once in a while I would have a student show up and they would be in the
11th or 12th grade and tell me they couldn't read.
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I couldn't quite understand it at the time, but after talking to them I found in some
cases they moved every six months. And so they just missed different elements of
reading. And because they were quiet students they were passed along. It was
from that point that I learned about the need for literacy (instruction).
Do the people who sign up for instruction tend to be good students? That is, are
they serious about learning?
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Yes. Sgt. (Chris) Aungst screens the students before I ever get them. He sends the
most qualified and the best students, students who are eager to learn, students
who want to change their direction in life. I can't say, in the three years since I've
been doing the literacy class, that I've gotten more than one student that we had to
dismiss or delete from the class.
Most of the students who come are very eager to learn. They're willing to challenge
themselves, and they're willing to work through the obstacles that come from
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People are in jail for no more than a year and often for shorter periods. Does that
allow students enough time to make progress?
That's kind of difficult to answer because some students make progress. For other students who are starting below second-grade reading level
it's going to take a lot more than the allotted time in which they're in the jail. We do the best we can with the time with English as a second
language, using those skills that are applicable, and also with Literacy America. One of our favorite times of the day is when we read The
Herald-Palladium. I'm not sure of the reading level for the newspaper, but in many cases it has been a starting point for our students. They're
interested in the local news, and so it works out for us. Classes are twice a week, Tuesdays and Thursdays, between 6 p.m. and 8 p.m.
What are some of the rewards and frustrations of teaching prisoners?
Actually there have been very few frustrations. A few of the prisoners who are anxious and have not fully adjusted to being in prison bring that
anxiety into the classroom, and sometimes it frustrates the learning process. So we have to deal with their issues before we move on. The
rewards are incredible. To see them beginning to learn, want to learn, want to acquire skills, go to higher education institutions, making the
effort, putting in an (application) for financial aid, pursuing their GED and passing the GED.
In most cases I rarely see any of the students once they are released. I have seen a few. I saw one at Lake Michigan College who's now
enrolled. I talked to others who attributed the class to an awakening for them. They realize, "I can do something in life, I can make something of
myself, and if I apply certain principles I will move further in life." This is a great project that Sheriff (Paul) Bailey has instituted, and I thank him
for making the opportunity available.
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Originally Published: September 12, 2012 3:01 PM Modified: September 13, 2012 2:08 PM
By Chad Halcom
Michigan is home to five of the 204 top national universities in the 2013
U.S. News & World Report "Best Colleges" rankings, with headliners
University of Michigan and Michigan State University each sliding
just one spot from last year.
The U.S. News report released today ranks UM at No. 29, with a score of
74 out of 100 and a six-year student graduation rate of 90 percent. That's
down from a No. 28 ranking in the 2012 edition, which Michigan State
moved from No. 71 to 72 this year with an overall score of 54 and a
six-year graduation rate of 77 percent.
U.S. News Best Colleges lists
National universities
1. Harvard University
1. Princeton University
3. Yale University
4. Columbia University
5. University of Chicago
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(Michigan schools)
29. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
72. Michigan State University
The publication ranks universities by compiling data on SAT and ACT
scores, selectivity and acceptance rates, peer assessment, student
retention, faculty resources and other metrics, then assigns each school a
composite score on 16 weighted factors.
Harvard University and Princeton University were tied at No. 1 on the list,
both unchanged from last year.
120. Michigan Technological University
189. Western Michigan University
189. Andrews University
Unpublished, but listed: Wayne State, Central
Michigan and Oakland University
Midwest universities
Among other national universities —institutions that focus on research and
offer a sizable selection of bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degrees —
1. Creighton University
Michigan Technological University was tied at No. 120 with four other
schools and Western Michigan University shared a No. 189 ranking
with Andrews University in Berrien Springs and eight other schools.
4. Valparaiso University
Wayne State University, Oakland University and Central Michigan
University all had an unpublished national ranking, out of a total of 281
schools that met the ranking criteria. U.S. News reviews data on more than
1,600 institutions for the annual colleges list.
2. Butler University
3. Drake University
5. Xaviar University
(Michigan Schools)
14. Kettering University
20. University of Detroit Mercy
33. University of Michigan Dearborn
35. Grand Valley State University
40. Lawrence Technological University
54. Aquinas College
60. Spring Arbor University
On the list of regional universities — schools that offer many
undergraduate degrees but few if any doctoral programs — Kettering
University was top-ranked in Michigan at No. 14, followed by the
70. University of Michigan Flint
University of Detroit Mercy at No. 20, University of Michigan-
107. Madonna University
77. Northern Michigan University
80. Eastern Michigan University
80. (tied) Ferris State University
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Dearborn at No. 33, Grand Valley State University at No. 35 and
Lawrence Technological University in Southfield at No. 40.
Unpublished but listed: Saginaw Valley State,
Cornerstone, Davenport, Siena Heights and
Marygrove
National liberal arts colleges
1. Williams College (Mass.)
2. Amherst College (Mass.)
3. Swarthmore College (Pa.)
4. Middlebury College (Vt.)
5. Pomona College (Calif.)
(Michigan schools)
68. Kalamazoo College
96. Hillsdale College
100. Hope College
110. Calvin College
112. Albion College
120. Alma College
Midwest colleges
1. Taylor University
2. Ohio Northern University
3. Augustana College
4. Marietta College
5. Cedarville University
(Michigan schools)
26. Adrian College
49. Concordia University
62. Olivet College
65. Lake Superior State University
68. Rochester College
72. Kuyper College
Other Michigan rankings
College for Creative Studies (93rd in Fine Arts)
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American Piano Quintet at the Howard
Date: September 12, 2012
Contact: [email protected]
Website: http://howard.andrews.edu/
Phone: 269-471-3560
Representing Canada, Germany, Korea and the United States, the highly acclaimed musicians of the American Piano Quintet
represent today's American cultural landscape. Their performance at the Howard Performing Arts Center at 8:30 p.m. on
Saturday, Sept. 22, 2012, features works by Johannes Brahms, Antonin Dvoák, and the quintet's very own Rudolf Haken.
Andrews UniversityDepartment of Music faculty, Canadian violinist Carla Trynchuk and Korean-born pianist Chi Yong Yun, are
the two local residents in the ensemble. Violinist RudolfHaken is on the music faculty of the University of Illinois. Renee
Skerik is a professor of viola at Texas Tech University and is also the violist of Botticelli String Quartet. Cellist
Jeffrey Lastrapes is a former faculty member of Oklahoma State University and most recently released a recording of sonatas
by Rachmaninoff and Chopin.
The program consists of three works of music, beginning with Piano Quintet in F Minor, Op. 34 by Johannes Brahms. Rudolf
Haken's composition is the second piece, entitled Tao Suite. This piece isbased on the writings of Lao Tsu, 6th century BC.
It features a five-stringviolin, cello and piano. Following an intermission, the quintet performs Piano Quintet in A Major,
Op. 81 by Antonin Dvoák.
Ticketsfor American Piano Quintet can be purchased by calling the Howard Performing Arts Center box office at 269-471-3560
or 888-467-6442. General admission tickets are $10, faculty and staff tickets are $5 and student tickets are free of
charge. Special rates apply for groups and Flex Series tickets. General Admission priced tickets are available online at
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U.S. News and World Report released its 2013 college ranking list, featuring the top-ranked colleges in four categories:
national universities, national liberal arts colleges, regional universities and regional colleges.
The University of New Mexico tied for the 179th spot among national universities, ranking alongside Azusa Pacific
University, Edgewood College, Southern Illinois University in Carbondale and the University of Missouri in Kansas City. New
Mexico State University tied for the 189th spot with Andrews University, Ashland University, Montana State University,
Northern Illinois University, University of Colorado in Denver and others.
Universities in the national university ranking offer a full range of undergraduate majors, master’s and Ph.D. programs and
focus on faculty research. There were 331 national universities in the category. Several were unranked or unpublished.
New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology tied for the 20th spot in the regional universities West category. New
Mexico Highlands University, Western New Mexico University and Eastern New Mexico University were either
unpublished or unranked. There were 139 schools in the regional universities West category.
Institutions are divided based on their mission. The institutions are ranked on up to 16 indicators of academic excellence.
Some of the indicators are assessment by administrators at peer institutions, student retention, faculty resources, student
selectivity, alumni donations and financial resources, retention rates and class size. Each factor was assigned a weight, and
the colleges and universities in each category are ranked against peers, based on their composite weighted scores.
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Folks from all across Michiana traveled to Berrien
Springs Wednesday to help the environment, and
get rid of all the electronic clutter piling up in their
homes.
Andrews University, along with Green Earth
Recycling, hosted their annual recycling event
Wednesday evening.
The four-hour drop-off gave community members
and area businesses a way to get rid of all their old
gizmos and gadgets the right way.
People brought out computers, tools, TV's and even
curling irons to dispose of on campus.
Some came from as far away as Elkhart just to make sure their unwanted devices do not end up in the
landfill.
“We just take recycling very seriously. We try to do what we can, when we can, and I've been waiting for
a major drop-off,” said Marian Seevers, Elkhart resident. “We have been setting aside computer
monitors, old TV's, basically anything with a cord, and it has been stockpiling for several months, and
today was the day to just load it up and bring it in.”
If you missed out, the college will be holding another e-recycling event in mid-April of 2012.
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Elly Economou's Estate Sale Taking Place This Week
The estate of Elly Economou, a long-time professor at Andrews University, will be available at a tag sale. Per
Dr. Economou’s wishes, all proceeds from her estate will be added to her and her mother’s two endowed
scholarship funds.
The tag sale is open to the public September 17-21, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
The sale is taking place at Economou's home located at 8785 University Blvd., Berrien Springs. The sale is
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The Association of Adventist Women will be celebrating 30 years of advocating for gender equality in the
Seventh-day Adventist Church at its annual conference October 4-6, 2012, at Andrews University, Berrien
Springs, Michigan.
The theme for this year’s timely conference is “Harmony in Diversity.” The conference keynote speaker will
be Hyveth Williams; the Sabbath sermon at Pioneer Memorial Church will be given by Dwight Nelson, senior
pastor; and a variety of break-out sessions and panel discussions will feature Lourdes Morales-Gudmundsson,
Jane Thayer, Iris Landa, Bonnie Dwyer, Nancy Vyhmeister, Viviane Haenni, Gary
Patterson, Larry Geraty, Linda Wysong Becker, and others.
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ABC Open House Sale is Going on Now
Going on now until September 28, the Michigan ABC Christian Book Center is having a sale!
Sales includes:
25% OFF REgularly-priced Gifts including wall art
20% OFF regularly-priced Bibles
25% OFF regularly-priced books by Ellen G. White over $5
10% OFF regularly-priced DVDs, CDs (including music, story, and audio book CDs),
Games, felts, books,
new 2013 Devotional books on sale
Sale ends Friday, September 28.
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Funding and Grant Opportunities
Support for Creative Community Partnerships
ArtPlace
ArtPlace is a collaboration of major foundations, federal agencies, and financial institutions dedicated to
accelerating creative placemaking across the United States. ArtPlace believes that art, culture, and creativity
expressed powerfully through place can create vibrant communities, thus increasing the desire and the
economic opportunity for people to thrive in place. Grants and loans are provided to collaborations involving
arts organizations, artists, and designers working with local and national partners to produce a
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transformative impact on community vibrancy. Priority is given to projects that enjoy strong local buy-in and
will occur at places already showing signs of momentum, integrate with a community’s economic
development and community revitalization strategy, and have the potential to attract additional private and
public support to the community. ArtPlace gives some emphasis to applications from selected localities;
however, applications are encouraged from urban and rural regions all across the U.S. Letters of inquiry will
be accepted from September 17 through November 1, 2012. Visit the ArtPlace website to download the
application guidelines.
Rural Programs in Selected States Supported
Laura Jane Musser Fund: Rural Initiative Program
The Laura Jane Musser Fund encourages collaborative and participatory efforts among citizens in
communities in Colorado, Hawaii, Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio, and Wyoming. Through the Rural Initiative
Program, the Fund supports programs that will help to strengthen individual rural towns in the targeted
states in a number of civic areas, including economic development, business preservation, arts and
humanities, public space improvements, and education. The applicant community must have a population of
10,000 or fewer and must be able to demonstrate the rural characteristics of their location and support from
a diverse cross-section of community members and institutions. Planning grants of up to $5,000 and
implementation grants of up to $25,000 are provided. The application deadline is November 7, 2012. Specific
grant guidelines and application procedures are available on the Fund’s website.
Contact: Dennis Hollingsead
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Clavin Taylor in Concert
Saturday, Sept. 29
6 p.m., Village SDA Church Sanctuary
The Village SDA Church of Berrien Springs, Michigan will be hosting a concert by composer, pianist and
organist Calvin Taylor on Saturday, September 29 at 6 p.m. All are invited to come out and enjoy this
amazing experience.
Contact: Elizabeth Tan
[email protected]
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269-471-7795
Tuesday, September 18, 2012
PMC Sabbath Vespers
Friday, Sept. 21
5-6 p.m., PMC Youth Chapel
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This Sabbath evening vespers is cordinated by Zoviel Bowen and University students, The vespers theme is
"They Will Know Us by Our Testimony" and the program is comprised of music and poetry.
Families and students are welcome to the PMC Youth Chapel from 5:00 to 6:00pm.
Contact: Cheryl Logan
[email protected]
Category: Community Announcements
269 473 5958
Monday, September 17, 2012
George Barna Presents: Growing True Disciples
“Growing True Disciples: Opportunities and Challenges in Raising the Next Generation of Believers”
Wednesday, Nov. 14, 3–4:30 p.m.
Howard Performing Arts Center
4160 E. Campus Circle Dr., Berrien Springs, MI
“Transforming Children Into Spiritual Champions”
(Session is approx. 90 minutes long)
Among the chief assets of a church are its children. Our approach to their spiritual maturation must be
intentional and strategic. This session describes Barna’s research regarding moral and spiritual development,
educational strategy, and family-church partnerships, as well as steps churches and parents may take to
buck the culture and raise spiritually mature young people.
Wednesday, Nov. 14, 7–8:30 p.m.
Pioneer Memorial Church
8655 University Blvd., Berrien Springs, MI
“Revolutionary Parenting”
(Session is approx. 80 minutes long)
This session describes some of the emphases that relate to how parents facilitate a lifelong devotion to
serving God through one’s gifts and abilities. Barna will discuss why ministry to children matters; what the
Bible says about raising kids; common but ineffective parenting strategies; and the practices of effective
parents. Based on research among young adults who have grown up to serve the Lord, and interviews with
their parents.
Thursday, Nov. 15, 11:30 a.m.–12:15 p.m.
Pioneer Memorial Church
8655 University Blvd., Berrien Springs, MI
“Intentional Development of a Biblical Worldview”
University Forum
Less than one out of every five born again adults possess a biblical worldview–and it is the inability to think
like Jesus that prevents people from acting like Jesus. Based on his research among individuals who have
such a way of interpreting reality, and insights from the churches that are effectively assisting people in the
development of a biblical worldview, Barna will describe America’s worldviews and how churches can become
more strategically involved in facilitating a biblical worldview.
For more information: andrews.edu/go/barna
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George Barna is a Christian Researcher that has held executive positions in advertising, public policy,
political campaigns, and media/marketing research. He began his own company, The Barna Group, in 1984.
Barna Group is a visionary research and resource company and is widely considered to be a leading research
organization focused on the intersection of faith and culture.
This event is sponsored by: Andrews University, Lake Union Conference of Seventh-day Adventists, Michigan
Conference of Seventh-day Adventists, North American Division Ministerial Department, Pioneer Memorial
and the Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary at Andrews University
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Tuesday, September 11, 2012
Adventist Retirees: Marcia Kilsby Shares Mission Update from
Haiti, North Korea
Sunday, Sept. 30
1 p.m., Village Church Family Center
Marcia Kilsby will tell of her latest trips to Haiti and North Korea at this month's postponed meeting
September 30 at 1 p.m. at the Village Church Family Center. "Good News Television" has been our project
this year, so bring your special gift to help finish our project to develop more programs at Andrews and to
possibly extend
the outreach to even beyond Chicago.
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Monday, September 10, 2012
Adventist Forum presents Cognitive Genesis: The Impact of
Adventist K-12 School
Saturday, Sept. 22
3:30 p.m., Garber Amphitheater, Chan Shun Hall
Adventist Forum presents Cognitive Genesis: The Impact of Adventist K-12 Schools on Students. The
discussion is led by Jerome Thayer, Ph.D., on Sabbath, September 22, 2012, at 3:30 p.m., in the Garber
Amphitheater of Chan Shun Hall on the campus of Andrews University. All are welcome to join in the
discussion.
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Seventh-day Adventist educators have long maintained that their students achievement test scores (Iowa
Test of Basic Skills scores), pass rates, and college matriculation percentages consistently outpace
most public school and even other private school systems.
Cognitive Genesis is the first division-wide (United States, Canada, and Bermuda) study to assess Adventist
academics in elementary and secondary schools.
Working together with the North American Division and the Unions involved, the Cognitive Genesis Project at
La Sierra University gathered information from surveys of teachers, administrators, students, and parents
about factors that are related to academic achievement, including uniquely Adventist ones. These survey
responses along with the standardized test results for students in Grades 3-9 and 11 provide the basis for
establishing an accurate documented picture of elementary and secondary Adventist academic achievement.
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Ranch for Sale
Immaculate six year, 1,971 sq. ft. ranch.
3 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms.
Plus, 1,900 sq. ft. finished full look out basement 2011 with 4th Bedroom and full bath, 59' x 15' family room
and office.
3 car garage 2 1/2 miles from Andrews.
7939 Amber Jam Way
Liz Beck 269-325-0668
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Thursday, September 6, 2012
Charming House for Sale
Charming, clean, spacious two-bedroom home with front porch and back deck. Freshly painted inside and
out! Formal dining room addition. All new replacement windows. Appliances including washer and dryer.
Nice yard and very close to the Village Riverfront Park and Playground. Garage finished in knotty pine.
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House for Rent
LUXURY HOME FOR RENT in walking distance from Andrews University. Fully remodeled in 2007. 3Bedrooms
2Full Baths, All Appliances, Fireplace, Central Heating and Air, Laundry, Internet Access, 2Car Attached
Garage, Exterior Deck. Available from the beginning of October. $900/month + utilities. (203) 321-5032
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2 Bedrooms for Rent
2 LUXURY basement bedrooms for rent in private house. Walking distance from the University. Newly finished
in 2008. Include Kitchen, Full and half bathroom, Laundry, Internet, and Utilities—AC, hot air, electrical,
water, sewer, and garbage pick-up.
$350/month + deposit. Male occupancy only
Available from the beginning of October. 203-321-5032; [email protected]
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Apartment for Rent
looking for a male roommate to share a two-bedroom apartment in Beechwood. Avalable inmediately
Contact: Benson Mbewe
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471-6842
Sunday, September 16, 2012
Basement Apartment for Rent
Attractive 1,000 Sq Ft Walkout Basement Apartment for Rent
In attractive home on 14 beautiful country acres located in Berrien Center, MI
between Dean's Hill and Pokagon Rds just six miles from downtown Berrien Springs.
*One extra large bedroom (large enough for two beds)
*Spacious open living , dining and kitchen area
*Roomy bathroom w/shower, storage closets and adjoining, large walk-in closet
*Four full-sized windows facing great country landscape
*Private walkout to patio and private parking; large bonfire area and pit
*Wireless internet available
*All utilities included: heat/air, electric, water, sewer, trash, DirecTV, snow
plowing
*$600 per mth w/one-mth deposit
*No pets, adults only
Contact: Donna Stout (269) 861-4698 (except for Fri sunset to Sat sunset)
Contact: Donna Stout
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Room for Rent
Full kitchen within the large room
Private entrance
Furnished
Four blocks from Andrews
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Share bathroom with one male
No lease
$395 includes elec, heat, A/C, wireless, laundry
Contact: Cheryl Welke
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Friday, September 14, 2012
Room for Rent for Female
$100 off first month rent! Fully furnished bedroom with full size orthopedic bed, desk, bookcase, and
dresser. Also has its own private bathroom with jacuzzi tub. All utilities such as heat, electric, and water are
paid for and wireless internet is also included, Driveway is also plowed during the winter. Ready to move in
today! One month deposit required and lease until the end of the school year required. $425/month. Please
call us to see the room. Thank you!
Contact: Philip & Cynthia Dah
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Thursday, September 13, 2012
Riverfront Apartment for Rent
1 Bedroom Apartment for Rent in Riverfront Home on 2 Acres
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Large bedroom with walk-in closet
Open living, dining and kitchen area
All above living areas have large windows, river views and patio access
Full bath
Washer/Dryer hook ups
Small pantry/storage area
Private entrance and parking
Located on Red Bud Trail approx 4 miles from Andrews University
$550 plus 1/3 of utilities and 1/2 of wireless internet/month
No pets
Looking for someone who is quiet, neat and able to do limited yard work
Please contact Maria or Brian at 269-281-3907 or 269-408-6748
Or contact Lisa at [email protected]
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Wednesday, September 12, 2012
Weekly or Monthly Rental
Fully furnished farm house for rent on secluded 17 acres. Beautiful fifteen minute drive from Andrews. Fully
furnished with all necessities. Openings from September through December. Four bedrooms, one bath.
Sleeps 6-7 persons. Rental includes all utilities and wireless. $650.00 per week or $1500.00 per month.
For more info call 269 208 0822
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Monday, September 10, 2012
Looking for an apartment
A female is looking for an apartment to rent, (One room apartment OR two rooms apartment for sharing) in
Beachwood, Maplewood, or Garland. It must be available immediately, or in the first days of October. Please
contact me at [email protected] Thank you
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Car key Found between Admin building and the Library
A car key was found on the walkway located between the Administration Building and the James White
Library. The key was handed over to a staff in the Division of Enrollment Management, located in the
Administration Building. The key will be passed on to the respective departments on campus which deal with
lost and found items.
If you have lost a car key, you can check with the departments that deal with the lost and found items or you
can reach me at [email protected] and I can direct you to the person who turned the key in.
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Lost and Found Items at Campus Safety
Spring Semester is almost over and it’s time to think about wrapping up another year. As you sort, pack and
prepare for summer, please take note if you have lost your keys, cell phone, ID card, glasses, sunglasses,
etc. Many things get turned into us and we would like nothing more than to reunite you with your lost items.
Please feel free to contact us with a description via email us at [email protected] or you can call us at
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Compact refrigerator & table for sale
Compact refrigerator
1 cubic foot Frigidaire
black
used only 2 months
original price $100
Table to hold refrigerator
black
24 1/2 inches high
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original price $50
Refrigerator and table sold together for $75
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Wednesday, September 19, 2012
Items for Sale
WV Passat GLS, Wagon 2002
In very good condition
Dark Blue Metallic
137,000 miles
4-Cyl, Turbo, 1.8 Liter
Automatic w/Tiptronic
Loaded with extras:
Roof Rack
Traction control
ABS Braking System
Cruise Control
CD & AM/FM Radio
Dual Air Bags & Side Air Bags
Sliding Power Sun Roof
$4,500
Dining Room Set
Color: gold oak
One table with 6 upholstered chairs
Can seat 8 with the leaf
$280.00
269-697-3946
Good condition
Upright Piano with Bench
Brand: “Grand”
$450.00
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Friday, September 14, 2012
Designer Shoes For SALE
Black designer platform shoes available for sale. They were worn three times and in great condition. Size 10.
Selling because they are too big for me. Still in the bags they were bought in.
Asking: $25- final
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Thursday, September 13, 2012
Car For Sale
1995 Pontiac Bonneville for Sale $600.00 .
It runs well, has a new master cylinder, two new brake lines and recently replaced the tires. The engine and
transmission are in good working condition.
Contact: Erin Santos
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Tuesday, September 11, 2012
Sailboat for Sale
Sailing is great fun! Sailing uses very little gas!! It is a great recreational pastime. A
Venture 2-22 trailer-able Sailboat is for sale. This features the pop-top so there is standing
room in the cabin. 3 Sails included are the Main, Genoa and Jib.
Will sell for $1775 with 5 hp outboard or $1575 without the outboard.
Boat includes trailer with new tires and bearings.
The boat has a crank up keel so it can maneuver in shallow water.
Specs say it sleeps 5 -- but they better be real good friends or family with small children.
Boat seems to be very solid. You need to see it to appreciate it.
You can call Lee Davidson for more information at 269-470-6393.
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Part-time Moving Position
Position available for moving/deliveries.
Where? Erhard Furniture, Northwest Side of Berrien Springs (6681 M-139 Berrien Springs)
Pay? $15 an hour + any tips
Requirements? Need to be able to move furniture (with other workers) and drive/operate large trucks
(smaller than semi's). Truck requires chauffeur license, but if you don't have one, we can organize to help
you get it.
Hours? Hours are irregular depending on jobs available. Preferably a spouse of a student or recent graduate
with daytime availability. Just let us know when you're available.
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Graphic Designer Needed
ADRA International has a job vacancy for a Graphic Designer.
POSITION SUMMARY:
The Graphic Designer, under the direction of the Design and Production Director, designs and produces a
wide variety of marketing and communication material such as brochures, direct mail, display graphics,
online materials, and specialty items. This position is also responsible for the production management needs
of the Design Studio.
QUALIFICATIONS:
• Bachelor of Arts in graphic design or a related discipline.
• Over two years experience or equivalent combination of formal education/training and experience.
• Extensive knowledge and experience in a Macintosh/Microsoft-based design and production system and
updated software.
• Proficiency in Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Acrobat (and other Creative Suite ancillary applications) on
a Macintosh.
• Candidates with exceptional organizational and project/print management skills highly preferred.
• Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing.
• Demonstrated high level of creativity as reflected in a broad-based portfolio.
• Demonstrated sound marketing judgment as seen in their design decisions.
RESPONSIBILITIES :
• Manages the production schedule and sends out project schedule updates as appropriate.
• Prepares and conducts weekly production meeting.
• Develop specifications for and manages the print buying and mailing services process.
• Manage and maintain the archive of the approval process.
• Work with mail house on receipt of materials and reviewing proofs in a timely manner.
• Take ownership of assigned projects and see them through to a successful and timely conclusion, providing
realistic and creative solutions to challenges such as budget restrictions, time constraints, market positioning,
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College/Working Family Needs Car
College (Andrews University) family of three is looking for a second car to facilitate daily commute to work,
school, and daycare. Mom is completing last year of nursing school and works at a hospital in Mishawaka, IN.
Dad has finished his degree and will substitute teach throughout the Michiana area. With potential for such
lengthy commutes, the need for two cars is extremely high; however, the funds are low. For this reason, we
are hoping for a donated vehicle, but are willing to provide owner with minimal compensation. If you can
help, please contact Ray at (216) 456-7028. Thank you and God bless.
Contact: Ray Kirk
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Wednesday, September 5, 2012
Babysitting Services
Offering Part time or full time In-home babysitting services. I'm a Christian, reliable, trustworthy mother who
is willing to watch children at her home for a very reasonable price. I would be able to drop children off in the
afternoon and provide meals for them if necessary. Home located very close to the university on Sunset
Drive. If interested please call Libna Arroyo at 601-688-0329
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Thursday, August 23, 2012
University Barber Shop
Need a Haircut?
Only $12!
Visa/MasterCard
accepted
Michigan Licensed Owner: Dave Oakley
Call: 269-473-1721
Hours:
Tues.-Thursday
Friday
9 a.m.-5 p.m.
9 a.m.-2 p.m.
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