Q & A with Nate Urban

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Nate Urban is a junior education major from Winfield, Illinois. Known around campus for his big heart and friendly disposition, Nate embodies the concept of living and loving like Jesus.    Q: What led you to AU? A: It really came down to this is where I felt God was calling me… Read more »

Talecris offers opportunity for plasma donation

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It can take anywhere from 130 to 1,200 donations to treat one single patient on a plasma-based medication for one year, depending on their condition. Donating plasma is a simple and rewarding way for members of the AU community to touch the lives of our Anderson community and far beyond…. Read more »

Q & A with Dr. Jason Varner

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Dr. Jason Varner is a professor in the School of Theology and Christian Ministry. Dr. Varner spent his undergraduate years at AU and has served as an admissions counselor and RD of Dunn Hall on campus. He recently received his PhD from the University of St. Andrews in Scotland.  … Read more »

Q & A with Kayla Jones

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This article was written by guest writer Maria Neathery.   Kayla Jones is a senior social work major from West Lafayette, Indiana.   Q: What inspired you to start Basic Body Bootcamp? A: I’ve always really been into health and fitness. It’s been like a side passion of mine and I… Read more »

Q & A with Dr. Joel Shrock

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Dr. Joel Shrock is associate provost, Dean of the School of Humanities and Behavioral Science, and a history professor at AU. He is the published author of “The Gilded Age: American Popular Culture through History,” as well as various journal articles on topics such as violence in youth fiction and… Read more »

Grad school admissions rely heavily on standardized tests

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For many college seniors nationwide, graduate school is often the subsequent route following an undergraduate education. Whether it be medical school, law school or a Master’s or Doctoral program in another field, students are generally required to take some form of standardized testing prior to being admitted. The GRE, which… Read more »