Pam Dietrich

Headlines: Avocados Help Curb Cravings

In our weekly roundup of Adventist news stories:

Korea Will Pay Adventist School to Teach Korean. Whispering Pines Seventh-day Adventist School in Long Island is adopting Korean as an Elective Foreign Language Subject Project, offered by the South Korean government. 

Adventist Headlines: PUC Grads Among Most Indebted

This week in our roundup of news headlines:

Pacific Union College grads rank among top 20 most indebted. Time Money released its latest ranking of 20 Private Colleges With the Highest Student Loan Debt. PUC earned the dubious distinction of 17th-most debt-laden. PUC grads average $42,153 in debt, according to the report. The report hastened to add limitations of the rankings:

Adventists In The News: Kenyan Congregation Decimated by Al-Shabab

This week in our roundup of Adventist News Headlines:

Adventists In The News: Veganism and Criminal Neglect, Bags of Love, and Boarding Academy Fire

In this week's roundup of Adventists in the news headlines, veganism and criminal neglect, "Bags of Love" and a boarding academy fire.

Adventists In The News: "SDA Church in Uganda Gets New Archbishop"

Here are four headlines from around the world in this week's roundup of Adventists in the news:

Veteran's Day Stories: Adventist Non-combatant Served as Secret Lab Rat

Today, November 11, the United States marks Veteran's Day to honor those who have served in the American Armed forces. Seventh-day Adventists have historically had a tenuous relationship with military service. Famously, Adventist conscientious objectors like Desmond Doss put Adventists on the map for their non-combatancy. Today, Adventists tend to be far less strident about non-combatancy. At Spectrum, we mark this American holiday by remembering an Adventist non-combatant who served as a test subject for the U.S. Army. -Ed

Adventists In The News: Eliel Cruz Joins Religion News Service as LGBT Blogger

This is our weekly roundup of Seventh-day Adventists in the news.

Two Adventist Universities Receive, Tout Glowing Media Coverage

Two Seventh-day Adventist universities, one from South America and one from North America, received favorable media coverage for their advancement of healthy lifestyles and values. On October 16 at River Plate Adventist University (Universidad Adventista del Plata or UAP in Spanish) in Argentina, officials signed a document attesting the school’s official certification as the first “Healthy University” in the country.  The institution has promoted the Adventist health message for 116 years.

Headlines: Gillian Seton Says Ebola Epidemic Exaggerates Risks

Here is our weekly roundup of headlines featuring Adventists around the world.

Dr. Gillian Seton, Loma Linda School of Medicine graduate (pictured), finds that news coverage of the ebola epidemic exaggerates the risks of infections but misses the real needs to defeat the outbreak. Full Aritlce: Loma Linda Graduate Working in Liberia Updates Ebola Situation

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