The purpose of the meeting will be to answer questions about the main campus in Barrytown, discuss development options and consider how graduates can contribute to the revitalization of the property and of UTS itself.
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Twenty-five years ago, Rev. Moon demonstrated an approach towards a resolution of the North Korean issue in which all other parties would avoid backing the North into a corner where there would be no other option for it but resort to violence.
Only 4 percent of the Millennial Generation are Bible-Based Believers. This means that 96 percent of Millennials likely don’t live out the teachings of the Bible, value the morals of Christianity and probably won’t be found in a church. Recommended by Drissa Kone D.Min. (UTS’12, ’16)
Always right about feelings.
Should Americans wish each other “Happy holidays” or “Merry Christmas”? Should an office “Christmas party” be called a “holiday party” so that it’s more inclusive?
May it please you to admonish and exhort the King of the English, who ought to be satisfied with what belongs to him since England used once to be enough for seven kings or more, to leave us Scots in peace, who live in this poor little Scotland, beyond which there is no dwelling-place at all, and covet nothing but our own.
Even the toughest of us have delicate motivations.
He was my classmate in the very first class of UTS when it started in 1975. I remember I saw a very tall, handsome gentleman originally from Austria, and it was Dr. Seidel as a young man.
Sometimes when we stand for justice, we stand alone.
…one step enough for me