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Class of 2015 Celebrates 99th Graduation Ceremony

The Adventist International Institute of Advanced Studies (AIIAS) celebrated the institution’s 99th graduation ceremonies with 95 graduates from 35 countries and represent 12 of the world divisions of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.

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AIIAS Reiterates Hope While Grieving

This past week the Adventist International Institute of Advanced Studies (AIIAS) community has been grieving the loss of the adult son of faculty members. As such, this unfortunate occasion provides AIIAS the opportunity to affirm the hope in the soon coming of Jesus Christ and the resurrection of the dead as well as other beliefs and statements of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.

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15th AIIAS International Conference

On October 20 – 21, 2014, 216 professionals gathered for the 15th AIIAS International Conference on Business, Education, and Public Health themed “Connectedness: Human Relations, Learning, and Wellness.” The presenters included internationally-known scholars, faculty members from AIIAS, and graduate students. Dr. James Tucker from University of Tennessee at Chattanooga and Dr. Jimmy Kijai from Andrews University graced the occassion as the keynote speakers. 

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17th AIIAS Annual Theological Forum

The three-day 17th AIIAS Annual Theological Forum themed “Asian Faces of Adventist Mission” was held on AIIAS campus from October 30 – November 1. Each year the forum brings scholars as well as church workers from national and international destinations to discuss relevant topics. This year, the 220 attendees were theology students, pastors, professors, and ministerial directors.

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Cultural Night 2014

The AIIAS Student Association (SA) hosted the 2014 cultural night themed “Hospitality Beyond Borders” on November 16, 2014. The current student body is representative of 78 countries and some countries join together in communities. Various countries and communities show pieces of their home culture through song, dance, and/or short plays.

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Responding to Haiyan Aftermath

When this issue of Flags Magazine was still in the drawing board, it was a common consensus in the editorial board that the biggest event happening on campus during the second half of school year 2013-14 was the Academic Festival.

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