April 2017

Month

Two years ago when Herbert Siess was going through the NEWSTART program at Weimar Institute, he had no idea he’d be giving a human skull to the students for use in their academic studies. Siess, a retired dentist, participated in an 18-day program called NEWSTART, an acronym for Nutrition, Exercise, Water, Sunlight, Temperance, Air, Rest,...
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By Lindsay Philpott, a student at Weimar College Last week, during the week of April 17-22, all the Weimar College students participated in PST (practical skills training) activities. PST has always been an activity that I look forward to, in order to take a break from school and do something fun and practical. For this...
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Weimar Institute students participated in a host of Practical Skills Training (PST) activities last week.  Here’s some highlights of the week:      
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By Lindsay Philpott, Weimar College student Weimar, CA – Heidi Supit, a sophomore at Weimar Academy, is part of the Great Controversy class. While they learn facts about world history, the class incorporates Bible history and themes from the Great Controversy, a book written by Ellen White and published by her husband, James White, in...
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Shimpei Suzuki grew up in Japan and lived there until he was ready to pursue and further his education. When he was ready for college, he decided to come to the United Sates. He wasn’t a Christian, as only 1 percent of Japanese are Christians in Japan. His first stop was San Jose/Bay area for...
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