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Book bound: Students create commemorative book for Johnston’s 50th

In the Bekins Hall basement one balmy May afternoon, book designer Maureen Forys ’93 was giving a group of students from the Johnston Center for Integrative Studies a quiz. It was an entertaining experience, sure, but the May Term directed study session had a serious goal: They were designing a commemorative art book for Johnston’s 50th anniversary.

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Welcome to Palau

Students kayak in the clear waters of Palau

You wake up and find yourself 7,000 miles from Redlands. You have crossed the International Date Line and lost an entire day. You have jet lag and the struggle is real. Welcome to your first morning of a May Term class called Palau Expedition—one of many unique adventures open to University of Redlands students.

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The mental health care Asian American and Pacific Islanders need

一道本不卡免费高清When you find a therapist and show up for your first appointment, what is the chance of being greeted by someone who looks like you, speaks your language, understands your dialect, and appreciates your cultural and traditional beliefs and practices? If you are an Asian American or Pacific Islander, the odds are not good. 

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