9 November 2023 |
Student from Union College Dies in Motorcycle Accident
“Several science classes were canceled as Union students were shattered by news that they had lost a friend and a classmate in a motorcycle accident in Southeast Lincoln. Caleb Long, from Hutchinson, Minnesota, was completing his senior year in the Biomedical Program and was one of 30 students (out of 288 who applied) to be accepted to start next fall in Union’s Physician Assistant Program.” More information in this Union College Facebook Post and KETV Omaha news story.
Internal Investigation Confirms Inappropriate Use of Funds in Previous Kettering Case
“In an email sent to Kettering Health employees Tuesday, network CEO Michael Gentry said the organization’s boards and leadership initiated an investigation in the fall of 2021 following a series of complaints made against the healthcare provider… ‘Unfortunately, the investigation found that organizational funds were used for non-business purposes,’ he wrote.” Full story at WHIO News site and Becker’s Hospital Review. Find Adventist Today’s previous report on this case, here.
Loma Linda University Children’s Hospital Unveils “Loma Land” Digital Experience
“Created in collaboration with ESI Design, Loma Land offers a three-part digital experience with three colorful kiosk screens. When children visit Loma Land, they can choose an animated forest creature to accompany them along their walk to the elevators. They have the choice of a rabbit, deer, raccoon, fox, or a bear. For a surprise option, there’s one with a question mark.” Full story at LLUH News site.
Society of Adventist Communicators Meet for Three-day Event in Massachusetts
At this year’s “Society of Adventist Communicators convention in Springfield, Massachusetts, 248 people attended the three-day event in October, gathering to fulfill the convention’s annual theme: ‘Purpose. Passion. Partnership.’” Full story at the NAD News site.
Crucial Developments in “Baby Holly” Case from 1981
Daughter of an SDA pastor, “the woman known as Baby Holly, who went unidentified for 40 years after her parents were murdered in 1981, has opened up about the first time she saw an image of her slain mom and dad. Holly Miller, now 42, only discovered that her biological parents were Harold Dean Clouse, then 21, and Tina Clouse, then 17, in early 2022.” Full story at Daily Mail news site.