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November 30, 2023
The Spark on October 7

The current war in Gaza, rooted in decades of conflict, began with an attack in October leading to almost two months of fighting so far.   On October 7, the terrorist group Hamas launched a surprise attack on Israel, killing around 1,200 Israelis. Over 200 soldiers and civilians were taken hostage and brought into Gaza, […]

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November 16, 2023
Sunshine, Stillness, and Sanity

A vital part of maintaining good mental health is spending time doing activities outdoors.  As our lives shift more and more online, it becomes even more important to strengthen our connection with the outdoors. Matthew Bernard, a senior engineering major, said that being outside helps him reset mentally, and helps him to get rid of […]

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November 2, 2023
What is Adventist Culture?

Is there a tangible difference between Adventist culture and Adventist doctrine? Adventist culture is, as Professor Aimee Leukert put it, “a shared sense of belonging that transcends doctrine, practice, and all of the smaller parts.” [1] 

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October 26, 2023
A Guide to Walla Walla Sweet Onions

Out of all of Walla Walla’s local crops, none are as recognizable and famous as the Walla Walla Sweet Onion.  This natural delicacy has been a staple of the West Coast for over a hundred years and was named the official state vegetable in 2007. [1] What makes it different from other onions is that […]

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October 19, 2023
Women’s Volleyball Highlight

As the women’s volleyball season enters its final month, the team sits at a record of 1-14, with eight more games left. With only three returning players from last year, a second-year coach, and a new assistant coach, this season is drastically different from previous years. To find out more about the team, The Collegian […]

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