Natalie Walters

BJU student, two professors train autism service dogs

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This past Christmas Eve, a 4-year-old autistic boy went missing at his grandparents’ house in Little Rock, South Carolina. Three days later, his body was found in a lake behind his grandparents’ house where he had drowned. Scenarios like this are not uncommon. In 2009, 2010 and 2011, accidental drowning from wandering and eloping accounted

Column: Remember the elders in the days of your youth

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During my sophomore year in college I volunteered at The Crisis Center — an anonymous 24-hour crisis phone line. I still remember my first shift. I sat nervously at my desk waiting to talk to a teen who, based on my 42 hours of training, was probably battling depression, bullying or abuse. “Am I really

Nursing instructor leaves legacy of compassion, joy

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Mrs. Peggy Irons was new to the nursing faculty this year, yet she had already built a strong foundation of friendship, trust and respect with all who knew her, faculty and students alike.

Interior Design Majors

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No one’s surprised when a science major walks into the science building. But why would interior design majors spend the majority of their college careers in the upper part of the science annex?

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