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  • Reverse culture shock

    Reverse culture shock

    Written by: Heather Cox, Contributing Writer If you pass Ali Dunn (jr) on campus, don’t be surprised if she avoids eye contact with you. At least at first. It’s not that Dunn is anti-social. Instead, she’s just heeding the customs of Aix-en-Provence, France, where she recently studied abroad for a semester—and where direct eye contact…

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  • IWU raising money for Ebola crisis in Sierra Leone

    IWU raising money for Ebola crisis in Sierra Leone

    With countless individuals sick and dying, the severity of the Ebola crisis in Sierra Leone has caused The Wesleyan Church to take action. General Superintendent of The Wesleyan Church and founder of the Christian humanitarian program World Hope, Dr. JoAnne Lyon, has reached out to Indiana Wesleyan University in order to raise funds for a…

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  • Ebola: Take a chill pill

    There is one topic everyone is talking about since the beginning of the school year: Ebola. It seems to be what anyone is talking about now: on the news, in the classroom, with friends at lunch. But what exactly is it and what should you know?  First identified in 1976 in Africa, Ebola hemorrhagic fever…

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