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A familiar biblical imperative is clear about the significance of forgiveness: “But if ye forgive not men their trespass es, neither will your Father forgive your trespasses,” (Matt.6:15).
“Ever since graduating from CUC in 1970 and having passed the Gateway to Service Arch over the years, I have thought of a way to honor the military service of my classmates and the many others who attended the school and were willing to give their all in service to our nation,” expressed Charles Shyab.
During the regularly scheduled meeting of the WAU Board of Trustees, an investigative report was delivered in relation to allegations of plagiarism levied against WAU President Weymouth Spence.
Washington Adventist University (WAU) announced today that it will offer to purchase the 14.5 acre property currently home to Adventist HealthCare’s Washington Adventist Hospital, which will relocate to Silver Spring in August with a new name Adventist HealthCare White Oak Medical Center.
The paper titled Synthesis, Characterization, and Water-Degradation of Biorenewable Polyesters Derived from Natural Camphoric Acid was published in the Green Chemistry Journal.
Washington Adventist University recently hosted students from across the Columbia Union Conference for their choir festival. See who received scholarships (and watch the Friday night concert) here.
Students from Blue Mountain, Highland View, Richmond, Shenandoah, Spencerville Adventist, Spring Valley, Takoma and Tri-City Christian academies gathered this week at Washington Adventist University (WAU) in Takoma Park, Md., for Music Fest 2019. Watch performances this weekend.
“Why the Pursuit of Happiness is a Bad Idea” was the provocative opening talk presented recently at the 40th annual G. Arthur Keough Lectureship sponsored by the Washington Adventist University Religion Department.
Blessings abound here at Washington Adventist University (WAU) in Takoma Park, Md., where we strive to engage minds and transform lives for all of God’s children.
After a particularly rainy spring and summer, in which The Washington Post reported the D.C. area received nearly a year’s worth of rain during the first seven months of the year, followed by significant rainfall from the remnants of Hurricane Florence, Washington Adventist University in Takoma Park, Md., recently had Halcyon Hall, the women’s residence, and other buildings tested for mildew and mold by a board certified industrial hygienist.