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Washington Adventist University announces the hiring of Ms. Melanie Kwan as Program Director of Music Therapy.
If you take a walk down to Farragut Square in Washington, D.C., you might hear the what sounds like the voice of angel. Coincidentally this "angel" happens to attend Washington Adventist University for Clinical Psychology and is using her voice to support her studies and spread a message of faith.
Washington Adventist University was recently approved by the Maryland State Department of Education for a joint psychology-education M.Ed. School Counseling degree.
Alumni of the New England Youth Ensemble form an impressive roster, ranging from music directors in Adventist schools and churches far and wide to holding key positions in professional, world-renowned orchestras.
Fifty years after Virginia-Gene Rittenhouse first gathered four young violinists to play music together in her living room, young musicians still feel her impact on and off stage.
We know about the start and journey of the New England Youth Ensemble, but what about the person behind it? Virginia-Gene Rittenhouse?
Following the death of Elijah Cummings, Richard Castillo sat down with WAU President Weymouth Spence to hear his thoughts on the life and legacy of the U.S. House of Representatives for Maryland’s 7th Congressional District and honored civil rights leader.
As Hurricane Dorian ravaged the Bahama Islands last week, members of the Washington Adventist University (WAU) community prayed for family and friends on the island. They have now found a way to help!
A familiar biblical imperative is clear about the significance of forgiveness: “But if ye forgive not men their trespass es, neither will your Father forgive your trespasses,” (Matt.6:15).
“Ever since graduating from CUC in 1970 and having passed the Gateway to Service Arch over the years, I have thought of a way to honor the military service of my classmates and the many others who attended the school and were willing to give their all in service to our nation,” expressed Charles Shyab.