Andrews in the News

Dominique Gummelt has a passion for health

   Andrews in the News | Posted on July 26, 2018
Dominique Gummelt is passionate about helping people live life to its fullest. As Andrews University’s health and wellness director, she spreads the fitness message to students, the community and the world. ... read more

Renaissance Kids Architecture Camp

   Andrews in the News | Posted on July 19, 2018
The Renaissance Kids Architecture Camp allows children as young as 5 years old the opportunity to learn about how things are made and get some hands on experience in the process. The Architecture School at Andrews University hosts... read more

Higher Ed Leaders Address Diversity and Civility

   Andrews in the News | Posted on July 12, 2018
Diversity and civility as concepts have been difficult for higher education to reconcile. There are varying definitions on each, and the terms can be politically loaded. For some, they represent an attempt at blanketed oppression. ... read more

Red Cross Blood Emergency

   Andrews in the News | Posted on July 12, 2018
The Red Cross is once again putting out a call for blood donations due to a summer shortage. The Red Cross says more than 550 fewer blood drives were organized by businesses and other community groups during the... read more

The Madaba Plains Project Celebrates 50 Years

   Andrews in the News | Posted on July 12, 2018
A mini-conference was organised on Wednesday at the German-Jordanian University and at a community centre in Hisban to mark the 50th anniversary of the establishment of the Madaba Plains Project (MPP), the longest ongoing archaeological project in Jordan,... read more

BH City Hall renamed to honor Wilce Cooke

   Andrews in the News | Posted on July 5, 2018
Benton Harbor city commissioners said they are honoring one of their own when they voted Monday to rename City Hall as the Dr. Wilce L. Cooke Municipal Building. <<< Read the full story at The... read more

Book Review: Protest and Progress

   Andrews in the News | Posted on June 28, 2018
Through a brief but thorough historical examination of Black Seventh-day Adventist protest movements of the twentieth century, Calvin B. Rock echoes the desire of Black Adventists to not only be genuinely accepted as brothers and sisters in Christ... read more

UH-Manoa ranked in list of diverse U.S. schools

   Andrews in the News | Posted on June 28, 2018
A new report ranks the University of Hawaii at Manoa as one of the most diverse colleges in the nation. The school ranked number eight on a list compiled by bestvalueschools.org, a website that... read more