Students nationwide pledge to “Start by Believing”

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AU students are making an effort to lend a voice to victims of sexual assault through the Start by Believing campaign. The campaign, which was launched in February, advocates the importance of supporting those who have been affected by sexual assault. “The Start by Believing campaign is all about having… Read more »

Bob Goff brings energy and Love to campus

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This past week, AU had the honor of welcoming Bob Goff to campus to speak to and spend time with students, faculty, staff and the greater Anderson community. Goff is best known for his New York Times Bestselling book “Love Does.” Since it was published in 2012, “Love Does” has… Read more »

Debate team places third at national competition

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Chandler Clark and Eleanor McArdle were first-time debate team members, and the only students on AU’s debate team this year, but that didn’t stop them from placing third in nationals last month. Nationals took place in Fullerton, California over spring break. There, McArdle, a sophomore psychology and marketing major, and… Read more »

Conference to teach girls they are God’s Beloved

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Citing Romans 9:25 as her inspiration, Marsha Reeder, the founder of Beloved Ministry, says that the ministry was “a vision from the Lord.” “Beloved is a ministry with a vision to bring girls to a life-changing, defining moment by experiencing God’s love through authentic worship, hearing Beloved stories, opportunities to… Read more »

Peer mentorship program helps students at AU

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The Peer Mentoring Program at AU uses upperclassmen as mentors to help incoming freshmen and transfer students get acclimated with the campus. All incoming students participate in a service project during orientation weekend, which helps students get to know their peer mentors and other newcomers to the campus. “I think… Read more »