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  • Generation “Why?”

    Generation “Why?”

    This is Part II in a political series called “Beyond the Ballot.” Stay tuned for more stories. With Indiana Wesleyan University losing its student political groups a few years ago, political science professor Dr. Jon Conrad said he has observed a politically silent campus. The number of political science majors has generally decreased, Conrad said,…

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  • Student dies in single-vehicle crash

    Student dies in single-vehicle crash

    Photo credit: Dan Gadberry An Indiana Wesleyan University student died Sunday, Feb. 1 after the Grant County Sheriff’s Department discovered his car upside down in the Mississinewa River. Thomas Dallas Davis (jr), a Christian ministries major, was driving east on 38th Street in Marion when his car slid off the road at Riverside Avenue, according…

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  • Prayers heal several IWU students at Gas City church

    With nearly a dozen successful healings, God has answered prayers at Kingdom Life Church in Gas City, Ind. that no doctor has been able to answer. Ally Thies (fr) experienced a life-changing event Oct. 12 when she instantly recovered from excruciating back pain through healing prayer. She struggled with two bulging and herniated discs in…

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  • “The Guys” of Grant County honored

    Thirteen years ago, journalist Anne Nelson, now teaching at Columbia University, sat down with a New York City fire captain to help him write the eulogies of eight firefighters who died in 9/11, according to an article on the Columbia News webpage. After hearing their stories, Nelson was extremely moved. Just a few weeks later,…

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