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Where Telltale should tell a tale next.

For any one who recently finished Telltales rather brilliant Wolf Among Us Series, you’ll no doubt be chomping at the bit to get your next bit of Telltale goodness. 884 more words

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Cutting the Branches at WAU

Weymouth Spence writes a half-page column each month in the Visitor, the primary publication of the Columbia Union Conference. His column for July 2014, entitled “Partnering for Fruitfulness,” drew our attention here at WAC (Washington Adventist Community) for several reasons. 820 more words

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A short post on the dubious reading of Scripture to justify faculty cuts and layoffs . . .

A day of togetherness and reflection in Wau

On the 20th of June a day of togetherness and reflection was organised for the staff of the mission, including the two schools and the dispensary with the theme “I am my brother-sister’s keeper”. 171 more words

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Thresholds and Endings at WAU

There are liminal moments in the history of an institution in which a threshold is crossed.  One such threshold has arrived for WAU: for the first time in recent months we are hearing from people whose judgment we respect worrying out loud about the demise of Washington Adventist University. 1,048 more words

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Saying goodbye to WAU's 2014 departees . . .

How WAU Can Win (Back) Friends and Influence People

None of us want to see WAU close. That includes us here at WAC. Although we’ve been accused of being an “evil” website trying to bring down the university, that is far from our intention. 1,114 more words

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Down the Rabbit Hole

One of the purposes for which Washington Adventist Community, aka WAC, exists is to raise questions about the actions of the administration at Washington Adventist University, aka WAU. 945 more words

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Down the Rabbit Hole

One of the purposes for which Washington Adventist Community, aka WAC, exists is to raise questions about the actions of the administration at Washington Adventist University, aka WAU. 945 more words