What if going to college meant you had to stop going to church? That’s part of the latest persecution trend in China. Todd Nettleton, the spokesman for The Voice of the Martyrs USA, says Communist officials are targeting Christian kids.
My social media has been full of proud parents posting pictures of their high school, college and graduate school graduates which, no doubt, come with extra meaning on the heels of a pandemic that’s interrupted so many of our lives. As happy as I am […]
After seizing power from the elected government, Myanmar’s military continues using violence against civilians. Amnesty International reports the military has been using increasingly lethal force during protests.
The pandemic continues to leave higher education in a state of disarray as colleges plot out the upcoming academic year. Arab Baptist Theological Seminary (ABTS) is no different, but president Elie Haddad says the school is making a more permanent change to its residency program.
Let’s talk about the big question hanging over every college student – what will my college do for the fall semester? The pandemic put much of life on hold, and while some areas are going back to semi-normal, universities have a tough call.
Colleges and universities around the world are asking critical questions in light of COVID-19 lockdowns. What does education look like each month during different phases of the pandemic? What should they do about the fall semester?