Category Archives: Hardin-Simmons University

JESUS AT OUR BORDERS

By Dr. DAN STIVER In April, the administration instituted a new policy of dealing with immigrants at the border, which has involved heart-wrenching scenes of forcibly taking children and babies from their parents. This policy was a dramatic change from two previous presidents of both parties, Bush and Obama, over 16 years, including this administration’s own policy for the first

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JESS TURNS UGLY HISTORY INTO POETRY

Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Tyehimba Jess was guest speaker for the Lawrence Clayton Poets and Writers Speaker Series April 6 at Hardin-Simmons University. Photos courtesy of Larry Fink By LORETTA FULTON A Pulitzer Prize winning poet didn’t experience the discrimination against African-Americans that his parents did and can only imagine what freed slaves experienced at the end of the Civil War.

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POVERTY IS LACK OF HOPE, KENYAN NATIVE TELLS HSU AUDIENCE

For more information on Compassion International and Youth Arise Africa, go to the following websites: http://www.compassioninternational.org http://www.youthariseafrica.org By Loretta Fulton The message projected on the screen was bleak. “Poverty is not a lack of material wealth; it’s lack of hope.” The speaker behind the PowerPoint presentation was David Kirika, 27, a native of Kenya who knows all too well what

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