Adventist students from several Columbia Union schools joined the National School Walkout for safety Wednesday. Many included prayer, short messages and moments of silence and called for Congress to address the crisis of repeated mass shottings in the U.S.
On November 14, 1977, more than 200 years after the battle on Bunker Hill, the Massachusetts site was again the scene of violence involving Pine Forge Academy staff and students. It was not of the variety that would secure a place in history as a source of national pride, but asked the question of how far these United States had evolved in the quest for freedom and equality for all its people.
At the end of last school year, Ohio Conference’s Northern Ohio Adventist Academy teachers Leona Bange and Jeanne Sinka were excited about the new school year. Suddenly Sinka ended up in the hospital with an unexpected diagnosis---stage four adrenal cancer.
Kettering College’s occupational therapy doctoral (OTD) program received notice from the ACOTE of full accreditation status on Tuesday, December 12, 2017. ACOTE voted to grant a status of accredited for a period of seven years, which is the maximum amount given for initial accreditation.
Kettering College recently held their first Giving Day. During those 24 hours, students, alumni, and friends of the college came together to make a difference for future generations of Kettering College students, while celebrating 50 years of excellence, service and innovation.