Category Archives: Editorial

Editorial- Helping From Home With a Christian Attitude

 Co-written by Caralyn Geyer and Jared Boekenhauer Covid-19, or the coronavirus, is dominating the news cycle and has put a halt on a large portion of the international economic system. The United States recently took the lead in confirmed coronavirus cases, with Spain and Italy close behind.  South Korea has flattened the curve. According to CNBC, flattening the curve means

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Black History Month

The following are two excerpts written by Spring Arbor University (SAU) members sharing their feelings about Black History Month: I believe that it’s important to intentionally expose our community to African American culture and achievement throughout the year and not just during the month of February.  We are working to do that through various events and chapel speakers throughout the

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Diversity, the Indigenous and the Limits of Being Human

By Taylor Reed It’s impossible to say how many cultures there are on Earth. Lines of division blur, the sheer number of people groups make accuracy impossible and the dynamic nature of societies presents a moving target. What can be said, however, is that distinct social systems are disappearing as trends in globalization indicate shifts toward homogenization. Which is progress, right? A simpler

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Standardized Protests

THE INTRO In school there was nothing I hated more than standardized testing. They took up a bunch of time, were boring and stressed me out. I always figured standardized tests were just a part of school life and colleges needed the scores to properly judge where people were at academically, so I just went along with it and only

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