Phi Kappa Delta sister Abby Smith stuffs an Easter egg last Thursday evening in the Kincaid game room. The sorority hosted an Easter event for the community, with plans to make it an annual affair. Photo by Hadassah Curry
By Hadassah Curry
A sorority hid 750 plastic eggs on the Alderson Broaddus University campus last weekend in preparation for a community service project .
Phi Kappa Delta (PKD) sorority hosted their inaugural Annual Easter Egg Hunt on Sunday, which also included face painting, concession stands, field games, music and entertainment. Peter the Rabbit also made a special guest appearance at the hunt, which took place on the quad. Continue reading “Hundreds of eggs hidden on AB campus”
By Lora Owston
With flu season now over, your mind may be temporarily eased when considering thoughts of impending sickness. But what should you do when unexpected illness strikes? Alderson Broaddus University offers a convenient and local option for your healthcare needs.
The Wellness Center is a federally qualified health clinic located on the ground floor of Burbick Hall, and is open to students, faculty, and staff. It is operated by a receptionist, a nurse, and a physician’s assistant, but care at the Wellness Center is primarily provided by physician’s assistant Jennifer Parker, an Alderson Broaddus alum with 20 years of experience in the field. Continue reading “AB offers on-campus health care”
By Agustin Sanchez
A new major in Cyber Security set to debut in the fall will arm students with the tools to combat cyber-terrorism, hacking, and phishing scams, Alderson Broaddus University officials announced last month.
Ironically, just as the University released information on the new program, the Office of Information Technology was working to eradicate an aggressive computer virus that infected some networks and completely shut down some employees’ laptops in February. Continue reading “New major fights the digital dark side”
Nursing students Faith Cline and Sarah Hale conduct anemia testing on children in the community of Malacatoya 2 as a part of Alderson Broaddus’ spring break mission trip to Nicaragua. Photo credit: Lora Owston
By Lora Owston
Literary magazine Influx has been an annual staple for Alderson Broaddus’ English department for many years – but this year, the publication comes with a twist.
The 2018 edition of Influx will focus on a science-fiction theme instead of the generalized format used in the past. Daniel Propst, associate professor of English and the faculty member in charge of this year’s edition, decided on this change early in the planning process. Continue reading “Influx boldly goes sci-fi; AB literary mag explores new territory”