“Smoking is one of the leading causes of cardiovascular disease, not to mention what nicotine does to your brain when you vape,” [Nordling] said, also noting that there is no safe distance to avoid exposure to secondhand smoke.
‘Oh, no no no, we are not going to go the route of the other universities and colleges, some of which who used to be strongly promoting a Christian mission and aren’t doing that anymore. We intend to maintain that mission and we have got a symbolic center to convey that.’
“Everyone’s a person. We want to get to know them for who they are, not just for what disabilities they have,” he said. “Everyone has a heart and soul and deserves to be known.”
“We always do our best to serve the Whitworth community, and we value students’ appreciation of the food we serve them.”
“It is challenging, we are not naive in any way. We live unfortunately in a very divided and divisive world, not just nation, but world. We know that our goal as Christians, and knowing the effectiveness of diversity and inclusion works, is that we need to prepare each other better and our students better to make a difference in this world.”
Propaganda, a Christian music artist, performed at Whitworth last night, Feb. 5 at 8 p.m. in the MPR.
Whitworth students competed in a Top Chef competition on Sunday, Nov. 12.
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