Headlines California Edition: Adventist Pastor Emcees Ghost Ship Fire Vigil (And More!)

Pastor Ruben Rios Helps Lead Vigil for Oakland Warehouse Fire Victims. An estimated 2,500 mourners convened at the Lake Merritt pagoda in Oakland, California, on Monday, December 5, 2016 to mourn the loss of at least 36 lives in the Ghost Ship warehouse fire.

Wall Street Journal Names La Sierra University Most Diverse in Region, Nation

RIVERSIDE, Calif. – In a follow-up to its inaugural college ranking released in September, the Wall Street Journal / Times Higher Education on December 2 named La Sierra University, a Seventh-day Adventist institution, the most diverse higher education institution in the West, as well as the nation.

BREAKING: Heather Knight Announces the End of Her Pacific Union College Presidency

On Tuesday, December 6, 2016, Pacific Union College announced that Heather Knight will bring her presidency to an end as of January 8. 2017.

Donald Trump Appoints Dr. Ben Carson Housing and Urban Development Secretary

President-elect Donald Trump has appointed retired neurosurgeon Dr. Benjamin Carson to serve as Secretary of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).

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Headlines: Southwestern Adventist University Dino Museum Features Over 20 Thousand Bones (And More!)

Southwestern Adventist University Dino Museum Features Over 20 Thousand Bones. For more than twenty years, Southwestern Adventist University Professor Dr. Art Chadwick, along with students, university faculty, and scientists, has extracted upper Cretaceous dinosaur bones from the Hanson Research Center in eastern Wyoming.

Hope Channel Launches New Channel for Deaf Viewers

Hope Channel, a television and on-line ministry of the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists, has launched a new Internet channel for deaf audiences. Hope Channel Deaf will provide programming captioned or signed in English, Portuguese, Spanish, French and German. 

UPDATED: Andrews University Mourns the Loss of Two Students

Andrews University will hold a service this morning to commemorate the lives of two students killed in an auto accident.

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