Andrews in the News

What Fall 2021 International Students Should Know

   Andrews in the News | Posted on April 15, 2021
Newly admitted undergraduate international students may feel a mix of excitement and lingering uncertainty due to the coronavirus pandemic's impact on whether on-campus attendance will commence in the fall.  Christian Stuart, executive director of... read more

Testing Disinfectant Cleaners Used at Home

   Andrews in the News | Posted on April 15, 2021
Over one year ago, Michiana confirmed its first COVID-19 case. Since then, much of daily life became about how to stay safe. With disinfectant sprays and wipes at the top of mind, ABC57 Investigates... read more

Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Shipments on Hold

   Andrews in the News | Posted on April 15, 2021
It came as a shock to almost everyone ... when the FDA and CDC recommended a pause in the use of the Johnson and Johnson coronavirus vaccine. That recommendation came after six people developed rare blood clots after... read more

Andrews SAID Students Engaged by City of Buchanan

   Andrews in the News | Posted on April 15, 2021
The excitement in the community of Buchanan is palpable as a team of students from the Andrews University School of Architecture & Interior Design readies to share their collective vision for redevelopment in and around downtown Buchanan and... read more

Joy Ngugi: Andrews Grad, Works at the White House

   Andrews in the News | Posted on April 1, 2021
At the age of 24 years, Kenyan-American woman Joy Ngugi is one of the youngest White House staff members. Joy, who was born in Kenya but grew up in the U.S., works in the White House's Office of... read more

Benton Spirit Celebrates Women's History Month

   Andrews in the News | Posted on March 11, 2021
In honor of Kizzmekia Corbett, PhD, and her impactful research, the Benton Spirit Community Newspaper and Building Excellence in Science and Technology created an essay competition for high school students. <<< Read the full... read more

Comment: Architects, Redlining & Apartheid

   Andrews in the News | Posted on March 4, 2021
As the great architect I.M. Pei put it, “Life is architecture and architecture is the mirror of life.” So, it’s little wonder that I spent my years as an architecture student at a university in Michigan feeling like... read more

Berrien Native Part of NASA's Mars Rover Project

   Andrews in the News | Posted on February 25, 2021
Scientists are vicariously living an out-of-this-world experience now that the Perseverance rover is on Mars. But there is so much more in store than just getting to the red planet. Space exploration brings the world together, more recently,... read more