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“In today’s world, people really look for what it is that you have? What is the value you have?” says Steve Brownell, Director of the NEWSTART lifestyle program at the Weimar Institute. So what does Weimar have? Students and a research program. NEWSTART, a preventative lifestyle program located at the Weimar Institute, was founded in...
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2018 graduates who took the National Council Licensure Examination in June passed with remarkable results The lamps have been lit, the pins have been pinned, the scrubs have been…scrubbed, and the National Council Licensure Examinations (NCLEX) have been passed! That’s right! For the second successive year, all Weimar nursing students who have taken the NCLEX...
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To read part 1, click here. “All of a sudden I messed up. I didn’t know how to count. I didn’t know what was going on! I thought that I was going to fail.” “But the moment I thought that, a voice started singing the right melody in time. And I immediately picked up on...
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Overture The metronome ticks steadily against the fluidity of Mariko Kinjo’s fingers as they glide up and down the keys. With the backdrop of a piano lesson, I look around a house that embodies music: a cello case, two organs, a harp, a violin and a piano. Lining the shelves are volumes of music in...
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The outdoor light trickles through the blinds, illuminating the small room as Rebecca reads, “‘One thing have I desired of the Lord, that will I seek after; that I may dwell in the house of the Lord all the days of my life, to behold the beauty of the Lord, and to enquire in His temple.’” Clicking her iPhone...
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Weimar Institute’s Total Campus Involvement is making the news.  Here’s an article that was published on the revival and Reformation website. https://www.revivalandreformation.org/resources/all/total-campus-involvement-is-launched!
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Several months ago, Weimar Institute shared a story of some Weimar-made granola and how it had made it around to the world to minister to a small community in Ghana, West Africa. Inside ASI magazine, the official publication of Adventist-laymen’s Services & Industries, picked up the article in their Summer/Fall 2017 issue. Shortly after the...
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Contagious usually isn’t a good thing…unless it’s the contagious energy and blessings from Weimar Institute’s Total Community Involvement (TCI). They’re shared both close by and far away, as far away as Central America and the Caribbean. Higher education leaders from the Inter-American Division of Seventh-day Adventists (IAD) caught Weimar’s contagious TCI enthusiasm this week during...
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This past Sunday, September 17, Weimar Institute hosted a community health expo as a companion activity to our Total Community Involvement (TCI) program. What makes this exciting is the backstory leading up to the expo. A few weeks ago we distributed promotional expo flyers as part of TCI. As mentioned before, the past few Wednesdays...
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Facts and fun go together here at Weimar College. We offer pre-medical, pre-dental, nursing and other science-heavy courses so it might seem like our students spend most of their time studying. They are committed to their studies but they are blessed to have professors who are just as committed to lively learning. Stop by a...
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