On Paywalls

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November 25, 2022

When I click on a promising article, I really do not enjoy seeing a paywall pop up. There are no barriers to Spectrum’s web articles. 

Thanks to our donors, you’ll immediately be able to see the half a dozen investigative reports we have coming soon on allegations of corruption in Adventist healthcare, enrollment numbers for NAD higher ed, a story on the changes to Adventist school accreditation, and more. 

You’ll encounter no paywalls for Adventist news on Spectrum because of our community’s collective generosity for our Grow the Vision campaign this year. 

This has given us a solid base and an opportunity to grow. If you’d like to support us in doing more of what we’ve done, starting now through Giving Tuesday, anything you donate will go to expand our base of support. For every $30 you give we can send our best future support creator—the Spectrum journal—to faculty and students at an Adventist college or university. Also, we’re doing a little friendly competition, so when you give, make sure to designate your alma mater(s) and we’ll announce the winning school in a few weeks

Click here to help us grow and support your favorite school(s). 

 


Alexander Carpenter is executive editor of Spectrum

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