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\n On Tuesday\, January 17\, we will feature a special Marti n Luther King\, Jr. forum at 11:30 a.m. in the Howard Performing Arts Cent er. Our guest speaker will be Danny E. Sledge\, manager of the Diversity & amp\; Inclusion Program at Lakeland Health\, speaking on &ldquo\;Civility in the Age of Trump.&rdquo\; There will also be a panel discussion with fo ur student participants.

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\n enter spring semester classes\;

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\n drop a class w ith FULL tuition refund\;

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\n make a change in registration by Drop /Add Form without a fee or entry on permanent academic record\;

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\n change audit to credit

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\n The Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary announces the oral defense of Denis Kaiser's doctoral dissertation titled

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\n "\;TRUST AND DOUBT: PERCEPTIONS OF DIVINE INSPIRATON IN SEVENTH-DAY A DVENTIST HISTORY (1880-1930)"\;

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\n The defense will be held on Wednesday\, Jan. 18\, 2017 at 1 p.m. in Garber Auditorium\, Chan Shun Hal l.

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\n All wishing to attend must make their requests by Januay 13\ , 2017. Request can be made by sending an email to phd@andrews.edu

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\n Chapel on Thursday\, January 19\, at 11:30 a.m. at Pionee r Memorial Church will feature a presentation by Andrew Collins and Jameel McGee. In 2005\, McGee was accused and arrested for dealing drugs by poli ce officer Collins. Collins later admitted to making up the entire story a nd served a year and a half in prison for falsifying police reports\, plan ting drugs and stealing. McGee was exonerated\, but he spent four years in prison for a crime he didn't commit. The two have since become friends. C ome and hear their amazing story of grace and forgiveness.

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\n On January 20\, 2017\, \;Graduate Studies be h osting a campus wide celebratory consecration service with the theme Uncharted: Celebrating the New Year at AU.

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\n Come out and let's start the year off right\, together. \;

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\n One Place exists to provide a space for freedom through worship\, expression in creativity\, and safety in community. We invite you to come experience Jesus with an open mind through this community of believers.

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