Senior Exhibition: Ralph Diya and Harper Hazen

On the evening of April 11, students eagerly ushered their way into the art gallery on the top floor of Harrigan Hall for this much anticipated display of personal angst and emotional authenticity.  Determining to highlight the things that many don’t notice on the surface, two artists, Ralph Diya (senior, graphic design) and Harper Hazen (BFA ‘16, Visual Arts), showcased their senior theses focusing on the things and emotions unseen by many.  

Whisk Review: Union Coffee House & Café

The “historic downtown” of Buchanan, Michigan—a winding, scenic drive down Red Bud Trail from Andrews University—features assorted antique shops and other curiosities, all contributing to the village’s small town Americana vibe. While Andrews students unaware of the town’s existence can be forgiven, coffee and/or brunch enthusiasts may want to make the journey to the Union Coffee House & Café before the semester’s end.  

“Take Me to O. King”

I recently had the chance to interview the Director of Deliverance Mass Choir (DMC), Olivia King. For several years, King has served as section leader in the choir and over the last year has been directing alongside with Carl Cunningham (Master of Divinity, first year).

Will Change for Cash

As most people are aware by now, United Airlines faced a scandal last week after forcibly removing a passenger from an overbooked flight at O’Hare International Airport in Chicago, Illinois.

Koinonia Day: A New Chance for Fellowship

On Saturday, April 29, Pioneer Memorial Church and New Life Fellowship will be engaging in a “church swap.” In an event titled “Koinonia Day: Embracing the Power of Christian Fellowship,” the congregations will switch their place of worship for their 11:45 a.m. service.”

Running for a Cause

On Sunday, April 2, the Andrews University student chapter of Engineering Without Borders (EWB) held the Solar Run 5k to fundraise money to provide lighting for a school and clinic in Madagascar.

Handstands, Hand-to-Foots, Handmade

On Saturday April 1, 2017—the opening night of the annual Andrews University Gymnics Homeshow—crowds of Andrews University students and Berrien Springs community members lined up outside Johnson Gym waiting to watch displays of strength, flexibility and teamwork performed by Andrews’ own Gymnics team. This year, AU Gymnics chose “Handmade” as their Homeshow theme.