The programs are titled Global Engagement and International Leadership.
Jim Gash said it himself; he never planned on going to Africa, so it’s easily ironic since he is finalizing a duel citizenship between the United States and Uganda. Friday night, students and faculty piled into Bailey Business Center to listen to Professor of Law and Director of Global Justice Program, Jim Gash speak.
“The purpose of the Higher Learning Commission is to help [OBU] determine if we are fulfilling the goals and objectives we have set for ourselves institutionally,” Griffin said. “Feedback from the student body is vital if we are to capture data regarding successes and challenges of institutionally recognized benchmarks. Therefore, I strongly encourage students to participate in opportunities provided for feedback through surveys requested by the HLC.”
“Our committee (The Volunteer Action Committee) has been praying like crazy for this event for a long time,” Kalinowski said.
OBU students have dreamt of a local coffee shop for years, and its finally here–complete with craft nights, yoga classes and Bible studies galore.
In January, Netflix released the eight-episode series based on the first four books of Lemony Snicket’s “A Series of Unfortunate Events” series. The television adaptation begins by following the lives of the Baudelaire children after the loss of their parents in a fire. Like the books, the show is dark, mysterious, witty and imaginative as Violet, Clause and Sunny Baudelaire try to flee the nefarious Count Olaf played by Neil Patrick Harris in a world where adults do not heed the warnings of the children.