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Washington Adventist University (WAU) was recognized and congratulated by President of the United States Barack Obama for “the extraordinary and exemplary community service contributions of its students, faculty and staff in meeting critical community and national needs.” The university has been awarded a place on the President’s 2014 Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll.
Washington Adventist University Enactus Team Wins at U.S. National Competition
Story by Donna Bigler
Members of Restoration Run Club (RRC), a club sponsored by Potomac Conference’s Restoration Praise Center in Bowie, Md., recently won the Healthy Church Challenge at Washington Adventist University’s (WAU) 5K Fun Run in Takoma Park, Md.
Story by Devona Brown
The Washington Adventist University-owned WGTS 91.9 FM radio station will soon be bidding a fond farewell to Chaplain Terry Johnsson, who will be joining Adventist Health in Portland, Oregon, on May 1 as executive director of Mission Integration.
Story by Washington Adventist University Staff
Professor John Gavin (pictured) recently presented the results of a study on Seventh-day Adventist demographics in the Baltimore-Washington metropo
Fasting is Regaining Popularity. What are the Best Methods and Benefits for Adventists?
Story by Sherry English
Washington Adventist University graduate, Rik Swartzwelder, is bringing chivalry and romance back to life in his new nationwide film, Old Fashioned.
Story by Dawna-gene Milton
Did you know WGTS 91.9 FM hosts a weekly worship service, concerts and even holds meetings in a local pub? Watch this Columbia Union Story, hosted by Dave Weigley, Columbia Union Conference president, to see how Washington Adventist University's radio ministry is impacting the community.
Did you know WGTS 91.9 FM hosts a weekly worship service, concerts and even holds meetings in a local pub? Watch this month’s Columbia Union Story to see how the many ministries of Washington Adventist University's radio station are changing hearts and lives.