Kyrusso club members from left: Noah Toney (expected '19), John Kesey (expected '19), Faculty Advisor Dr. Frankie Melton, Chris Roberts (expected '19), and Tadd Smaok (expected '19). Club members not pictured: Austin Ehrhardt (expected ’22), Seth Fisher (expected ’19), Jon Ross Fordree (expected ’19), and Seth Parrish (expected ’20).
Kyrusso club members from left: Noah Toney (expected '19), John Kesey (expected '19), Faculty Advisor Dr. Frankie Melton, Chris Roberts (expected '19), and Tadd Smaok (expected '19). Club members not pictured: Austin Ehrhardt (expected ’22), Seth Fisher (expected ’19), Jon Ross Fordree (expected ’19), and Seth Parrish (expected ’20).

Tigerville, SC - Dr. Frankie Melton, assistant professor of Christian Studies at North Greenville University and pastor of Heath Springs Baptist Church, formed a student preaching club called Kyrusso.

“Kyrusso” Melton clarified, is the Greek word for “to preach.”

This club provides Christian studies students with the opportunity to travel and preach the Gospel in churches throughout South Carolina.

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Eleventh graders from Ms. Jessica Yarbro’s Washington Center class enjoyed a break from the spring rain at Lake Conestee Park in Mauldin, SC. Students used their recent science study on energy to find energy sources throughout the park.  Students spotted sunlight peeking through the clouds, water rushing down the river, and even electrical outlets at the park playground.  The class was also able to practice their communication skills by selecting core words such as “go”, “stop”, and “wait”, to navigate themselves through the trail.  They even enjoyed a snack at the picnic benches after their hike on the Lake Conestee trail, getting on the bus to head back to school just in time for the rain to start again.

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Washington Center students DeAundre Hayes and Skye Blair celebrate Earth Day 2019 by making posters with their teacher, Sarah Tanner. 

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NEW YORK, NY -- Public colleges and universities that violate the First Amendment should lose eligibility for Title IV federal student loans and grants, say more than 100 scholars and writers in a new statement, released today by the National Association of Scholars (NAS). The statement also calls for private colleges and universities to make their speech and association policies fully transparent.

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Brea-Olinda School District Fails to Comply with Open Records Act

BREA, Calif. -- After submitting an open records request, Capitol Resource Institute (CRI) has discovered that the Brea Olinda School District has included in their "comprehensive sexual education" curriculum the positive portrayal and teaching of pederasty; the act of adult sex with boys. However, the information on pederasty was withheld from district's response to the formal request. The public wants to know what else are districts hiding?

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Four students in the communications program at Bob Jones University presented academic papers at the 89th Annual Southern States Communication Association (SSCA) Convention at the Renaissance Hotel & Spa in Montgomery, Alabama, April 3 - 7.

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Robin Walsh from Roper Mountain Science Center’s Science on Wheels entertained and instructed Washington Center students and staff with the Magic of Science.  Properties of matter, liquids, air and friction were demonstrated using fun and exciting experiments.  

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