Washington, D.C. has always been a center for studying and practicing law and public policy. The Honors College at Washington Adventist University uses its location near the Nation’s Capital to offer unique and innovative options for students.
MoU between WAU and University of Baltimore Law School offers dual-enrollment law school options.
During the Fall 2021 semester, WAU signed a memorandum of understanding with the University of Baltimore School of Law to develop a dual-enrollment law program.
Story by Sam Joseph, LEGO Robotics Coach
Spring Valley Academy’s (SVA) LEGO® Robotics instructors have launched a new and exciting year filled with discovery, innovation and fun. The robotics team is comprised of fifth- and sixth-grade students who strive for innovative and unique robotic design elements, in addition to precise mathematical equations that they are trying to utilize.
Story by Andrew S. Lay
Elijah Ramjattan, new campus chaplain and recruiter, recently joined the faculty at Highland View Academy (HVA). He and his wife, Jo-Anna, a registered nurse, both received degrees from Weimar University (Calif.) and look forward to changing lives in youth ministry at the academy.
“Thy word is a lamp unto my feet and a light unto my path” (Ps. 119:105, KJV).
In the movie The Sound of Music, Maria sings “My Favorite Things” to the von Trapp children to comfort them during a thunderstorm. She tells them that whenever she’s scared or upset, she simply sings about things that bring her comfort and joy. I figure if she can sing about “raindrops on roses,” then I should be able to use Scripture to do the same thing.
Set to this song’s tune, this is “My Favorite Things: The Christian Version.”
The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want.
No weapon that’s formed against me shall harm.
Be anxious for nothing, and in all things pray.
Trust in the Lord that He’ll make a way.