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Higher Learning Commission to evaluate SAU for accreditation

By Nathan Salsbury On December 4, a group of five faculty members from various schools in the region will visit Spring Arbor University (SAU) to evaluate the school and decide whether or not it will maintain its regional accreditation. On Monday, October 16, a student leadership meeting was held to inform students about SAU’s upcoming evaluation. Professor of Sociology John Hawthorne, alongside a team of other faculty members, has been

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How three Jackson organizations are providing hope to those at risk

By Kayla Williamson and Hannah Shimanek It started with a girl her son brought home. It should have ended with a Facebook post. But that was not what God had planned for Michelle Cochran. When Cochran first saw the mLive surveillance photo of a girl at a gas station, she kept scrolling. It was not until her son came home and asked her if she had seen the Facebook post that she realized it was her son’s

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Around the World in 64 Days

By Celeste Fendt Over the summer, several Spring Arbor University (SAU) professors traveled abroad to reconnect with old acquaintances, enhance their knowledge of foreign cultures and prepare for future cross-cultural trips for students. Here are a few of their stories. Russia and Kyrgyzstan Tears welled in her dark brown eyes as she recalled reuniting with the friends she had not seen in over 30 years.

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