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\n The course is designed for physical therapists to bridge the gap between Dry Needling (DN) theory to how this tool can be seamlessl y integrated into clinical practice. A case based clinical reasoning appro ach to DN will be presented in order to provide first time exposure and ed ucation to clinicians on DN as well as review and improve effective techni que with clinicians currently utilizing DN. With concerns about complicati ons from the invasive nature of dry needling\, ample amount of lab time wi ll be spent on surface anatomy and palpation to ensure accurate location o f relevant regional anatomy and safety of technique.

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\n April 19&n dash\;20 is Lower Extremity.

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\n May 3&ndash\;4 is Upper Extremity.

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\n Either course can be taken without the other as a prerequisite .

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\n Please contact ptpostpro@andrews.edu for more information o r 269-471-6305.

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\n Join Pioneer Memorial Church on the campus of Andrews Uni versity for its 9 a.m. service. Newly-elected Michigan Conference presiden t\, Pastor Jim Micheff\, will present his message\, "\;Who Are You?&qu ot\;

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\n Join PMC for a wide variety of Bible study options for al l ages.

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\n Join Pioneer Memorial Church on the campus of Andrews Uni versity for its 11:45 a.m. service. Newly-elected Michigan Conference pres ident\, Pastor Jim MIcheff\, will present his message\, "\;Who Are You ?"\;

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\n Ticket sales begin after sundown (8:33 p.m.)\, so be sure to buy your tickets ahead of time.

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\n Establishe d in 1946\, the Aeolians of Oakwood University present choral music repert oire from the Baroque era to the 21st century\, becoming an authoritative exponent of Negro spirituals and Work songs. Under the current director\, Jason Max Ferdinand\, who is in his 10th season\, they have collaborated w ith symphony orchestras to present masterpieces from the symphonic choral literature of Brahms\, Mozart\, Schoenburg\, Dvorak\, Hailstork\, Dett and others. They have performed in symphony halls throughout the world with t he likes of world acclaimed soprano Kathleen Battle. In 2012 they visited Moscow\, as part of the Russia-US Bilateral Presidential Commission. Later that year they competed at the 7th World Choir Games earning three gold m edals and overall championship in the Spiritual category. In July 2017\, t hey won the Choir of the World award and The Pavarotti Trophy at the Llang ollen International Musical Festival in Wales\, UK. They have been present ed with Keys to the City of Huntsville and have December 3rd and December 5th named in their honor.

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\n You don&rsquo\;t want to miss the Aeo lians as they visit us on April 21\, 2018\, at the Howard Performing Arts Center. Plan to be there!!!

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\n Come and start your day in a healthy way while celebratin g Medical Laboratory Professionals! We invite you to participate in our th ird annual 5K Lab Week Run &\; Walk. This national event is sponsored b y the American Society for Clinical Laboratory Science and the Department of Medical Laboratory Sciences here at Andrews university. This even bring together medical laboratory professionals from the Michiana region\, to b ring awarenes of their contributions to health care. The 5K run/walk is se lf timed and it will begin by the Administration Drive side of the Science Complex (across from the Bookstore)\, taking you throughout our beautiful campus. Registration begins at 8:30am and the run begins promptly at 9:0a m. The first 15 people to register will receive a special gift from ASCLS. Registration is $15.00 until April 6th and $20.00 after. For sign-up and more information\, please contact the Department of Medical Laboratory Sci ence office at 269-471-6043 or email at mls@andrews.edu. We hope to see yo u there!

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\n Current students and community members:< br />\n Reserve and rent your own 30x30 garden plot behind the University Apartments on Sunday\, April 22\, 2018\, from 9&ndash\;11 a.m. at the Depa rtment of Agriculture in Smith Hall. Prices are $35/plot. Students with va lid ID get a $10 discount. Double plots are available if space is availabl e.

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\n Andrews Faculty and Staff:
\n Reserve your garden plot beside the University track on Friday\, April 20\, from 9 a.m.&ndash\;12 p.m. at the Department of Agriculture\, 109 Smith Hall. Pr ices are $35/plot. \;Double plots are available if space is available.

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\n The final concert of the 2017&ndash\;2018 Andrews Univers ity Wind Symphony season features a number of classic works and transcript ions for band by European composers. Ranging from FuÄ\;ik&rsquo\;s c lassic Italian march "\;The Florentiner\,"\; the haunting mists of "\;The Engulfed Cathedral"\; by Claude Debussy and Norman Dello J oio&rsquo\;s imaginative "\;Scenes from 'The Louvre'&rdquo\; to Hindem ith&rsquo\;s epic "\;March from 'Symphonic Metamorphosis\,'"\; you won&rsquo\;t want to miss this exciting presentation! The program is free to the public as a thank you to all the wonderful WAUS members.

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\ n *Additional music from the AU Woodwind Quintet\, Brass Quintet and Saxop hone Sextet.

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\n Repertoire

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\n "\;Florentiner March"\; (Julius FuÄ\;ik)

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\n "\;Overture in B flat"\; (Cae sar Giovannini) \;

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\n "\;The E ngulfed Cathedral"\; (Claude Debussy\, trans. Merlin Patterson) \;  \;

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\n "\;Scenes from 'The Lo uvre'&rdquo\; (Norman Dello Joio)

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\n & quot\;Colonial Song"\; (Percy Grainger)

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\n "\;March from 'Symphonic Metamorphosis'"\; (Paul Hindemit h\, trans. Keith Wilson) \;

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\n Wind Symphony< br />\n Director: Byron Graves

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\n The Andrews University Wind Symp hony maintains a significant travel schedule throughout the Great Lakes ar ea and seeks to provide high-quality music programs and concerts represent ative of Adventist education and Andrews University. The Wind Symphony has performed in England\, France\, Spain\, Germany\, Austria\, Italy\, Switz erland\, Canada and throughout the United States.

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