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USW Prepares for Fall Term in the Face of a Pandemic

I remember many years ago dining with my father at a fancy seafood restaurant and encountering raw oysters for the first time. When he invited me to try one, he shared one piece of sage advice: don’t chew on it too long or it will just grow in your mouth and be all that much harder to swallow. That’s kind of how it feels to be a college administrator trying to plan for the return of students to campus in the midst of a pandemic.

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Joy and Service

It has been awhile since I have written about inspiration. But as it has happened so often when I hear my wife preach on Sunday mornings, it struck during worship last week—or more accurately, at the beginning of services before worship officially began.

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