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Collide, The Clause Win National Awards

Collide, The Clause Win National Awards

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Collide magazine has won the Award of Excellence (first place) for campus publications from the Evangelical Press Association. The Clause received an Award of Merit, given to outlets with superior performance. The other publications receiving the Award of Merit were student news outlets from Liberty University, Corban University and University […]

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ZuVenturez awards entrepreneur Robert Cardiff for ‘Whip’

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‘Shark Tank’-style competition awards graduate student thousands for business pitch

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Sports editor Steven Mercado (left) won third place for sports writing and Lifestyle editor Hunter Foote (right) won first place for feature writing. Photo credit: Kimberly Smith

The Clause takes home regional awards

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First-time wins from top journalism organization

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The APU health center fee will jump from $275 to $850 per semester. Students with outside insurance will need to apply for a waiver in order to waive the charge. Photo credit: Hunter Foote

Student health insurance fees to triple under Obamacare

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Starting this fall APU students will be charged $850 health fee per semester, but those covered under qualified plan may opt out

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Students promote ZuVenturez on Cougar Walk.
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Students to participate in ZuVenturez

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Winner will receive $15,000 to launch idea

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The automated wait list: How does it work?

The automated wait list: How does it work?

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One Stop encourages students to use ‘swap’ feature to eliminate possibility of being overlooked

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Honors College to replace general-education requirements

Honors College to replace general-education requirements

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New curriculum to be implemented for incoming freshmen, fall 2014

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Annual SGA survey highlights student feedback

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Concerns include lack of vegetarian, vegan food options, online grading

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Wallace hosts ‘Conversations with the President’

Wallace hosts ‘Conversations with the President’

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University head meets with faculty, staff in series of six open-dialogue forums

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Graduate School of Theology to become ‘Azusa Pacific Seminary’

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Name change announced during school’s 30th anniversary celebration

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