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This engaging, inspiring, intense, and well-crafted film tells the story of former missionary Carl Wilkens and his choice to stay in Rwanda during the 1994 genocide.
Students in the WWU School of Business discuss an array of business literature from periodicals, journals, and trade books.
Donald Blake Center for the Study of Race, Ethnicity, and Culture
“The Exquisite Outdoors” won Best in Festival, Best Cinematography, and Best Dramatic Short at the 2016 SONscreen Film Festival.
WWU Chaplain Paddy McCoy accepts student dare to skydive as part of the "Do You Have the Guts Theme."
Chris Ghazal, WWU senior business administration and mechanical engineering major
Kathrin Klemm, WWU senior civil engineering major
Johnsson is the current director of spiritual care for Adventist Health in Portland, Oregon.
Civil engineering student Josue Hernandez enjoys time with children in Peru during the 2015 EWB-WWU project.
“God is always listening, and prayer has a way of changing us by opening us up to the character and love of God,” says Chaplain Paddy McCoy.
Last update on July 9, 2018