1975 Andersonian addressed “black concerns” on campus

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The Andersonian approaches its 70th year in February as the university approaches its 100th next fall. Throughout the 2016-2017 school year, the Andersonian will share summaries of some of its most important publications. In light of this week’s nationwide celebration of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, the Andersonian looks back… Read more »

Q & A with Marcus Salchert

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Marcus Salchert is a senior visual communications major. He is involved in Adelphi on campus, works as a graphic design and marketing intern at Accutrac LLC, and is involved in the E-Sports game club. Read on to hear his thoughts on the importance of profesisonal experience, the reprioritization of the… Read more »

Q & A with Dr. Jaye Rogers

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Dr. Jaye Rogers is a history professor, as well as the chair of the department of history and politial science at AU. She has been at AU since 1996. She received her PhD from Union University in Cincinnati, Ohio.   Q: Tell me about yourself.  A: I was born in Appalachia, right… Read more »

Alumnus Kyle Lacy adds to increased chapel variety

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Under the direction of campus pastor Tamara Shelton, AU’s chapel is being shaped toward incorporating new and differing voices. Wih speakers like Becky Tirabassi, Dr. Anne Smith, Mike Clifford and Nina Barnes, the chapel leadership is doing the hard work of introducing speakers and topics that can speak to every… Read more »

Q & A with Dr. Stu Erny

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Dr. Stu Erny is the director of international student services at AU and works to support international students at AU. After growing up as a missionary kid in Taiwan, he attended Asbury College and Asbury Theological Seminary, and then served with his wife and children in Kathmandu, Napal with Word… Read more »

Campus bands, The Wldlfe and Dream Chief, find success

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The average college band usually forms around a charismatic lead singer, experiments with some grungy garage sounds as a three-piece and then slowly vanishes over the period months after their first EP release. Every so often, however, a group of artists with mutual interests and equal investment manage to turn… Read more »

Students respond to Cubs’ World Series title

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The Commissioner’s Trophy has been awarded and the final stadium hot dog has been sold, but this year’s World Series will not be forgotten anytime soon. Baseball fans from around the world tuned in to watch the Cleveland Indians face off against the Chicago Cubs in the best-of-seven series. With… Read more »