Author: Clayton Andres

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The Editor’s New Groove 

Scott Forsyth has been selected to be next year’s Editor-in-Chief for Mars’ Hill. Forsyth will be taking the lead of Mars’ Hill with excitement and vigour. “I’ve always had a passion for the TWU campus and I’m grateful to be able to give back to it through this position,” said Forsyth.

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Passing the Pillar 

With the release of the 50th Pillar this past Monday, Trinity Western University turns its eye to next year’s yearbook editor-in-chief, Kirk Anderson. Anderson was hired three weeks ago to be in charge of the production, editing, and visual layout of next year’s yearbook.

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Continuing the legacy 

The Student Society of News Design has recognized Mars’ Hill for exceptional performance in newspaper design. The University of Missouri’s chapter of the SSND announced the finalists for Overall Design of a Student Newspaper on April 16 and Mars’ Hill placed 2nd overall.

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Outreach Beyond TWU 

In following Trinity Western University’s local outreach teams this year, we have missed some important teams that are not facilitated by the University. Many students serve through ministries off campus, like Burch Ozturk.

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Cherished Trees 

As spring arrives in the Lower Mainland, the cherry trees will begin to bloom, colouring campus with falling blossoms. Beneath their boughs exists one of Trinity Western University’s oral traditions: the story of six cherished students and their instructor, who were borne away in a tragic airplane accident some 21 years ago.

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Bachelor Pedigree 

This past Tuesday, the Trinity Western University Student Business Association held the third annual Bachelor Auction in the Northwest Auditorium. Hosted by Business Professor Brent Groen and live-tweeted by TWUSA’s VP of Finance, Jeremy Cockrill, attending students were treated to a cascade of (mostly) available TWU males who offered themselves to be auctioned off for a date with the highest bidder. All the profits from the evening went towards Nightshift, a Vancouver-based outreach program designed to provide the poor and less fortunate with food, clothing, and services.