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Story by Natalie Lilly

The Pennsylvania Conference recently welcomed Johnathan Ryan to serve as the new coordinator for the Publishing Department. Ryan is directing a literature evangelism program for high school and college students to enrich their faith and earn money toward their Seventh-day Adventist education.

Students are equipped with books like Ellen G. White’s The Great Controversy, The Desire of Ages, and Steps to Christ, along with materials on healthy eating to sell door to door. Proceeds from the sales are matched by the student’s school, doubling their earnings; these monies are applied to their tuition.

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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.

Spring Valley Academy, LEGO Robotics

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.