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Diversity consecration service


Richard H. Hart, MD, DrPH, president, Loma Linda University, welcomes guests to the Sabbath, May 17, diversity consecation services for minority graduates of Loma Linda University and La Sierra University.
Richard H. Hart, MD, DrPH, president, Loma Linda University, welcomes guests to the Sabbath, May 17, diversity consecation services for minority graduates of Loma Linda University and La Sierra University.
Randall R. Wisbey, DMin, introduces the program for the day at the La Sierra Spanish Seventh-day Adventist Church. Nearly 600 minority graduates are receiving diplomas this year from the two institutions.
Randall R. Wisbey, DMin, introduces the program for the day at the La Sierra Spanish Seventh-day Adventist Church. Nearly 600 minority graduates are receiving diplomas this year from the two institutions.
The La Sierra University Chamber Singers, conducted by E. Earl Richards, present �The Lord Is My Shepherd� for the consecration service special music.
The La Sierra University Chamber Singers, conducted by E. Earl Richards, present “The Lord Is My Shepherd” for the consecration service special music.
Loma Linda University researcher Marino De Leon, PhD (left), receives an award from Frankis Almaguel, vice president of the Association of Latin American Students, for oustanding leadership and support of minority students.
Loma Linda University researcher Marino De Leon, PhD (left), receives an award from Frankis Almaguel, vice president of the Association of Latin American Students, for oustanding leadership and support of minority students.
Eva Wheeler, president of the Black Health Professional Student Association (right), presents Hansel Fletcher, PhD, an award honoring Dr. Fletcher�s outstanding leadership and support of miniority students and the principles of diversity.
Eva Wheeler, president of the Black Health Professional Student Association (right), presents Hansel Fletcher, PhD, an award honoring Dr. Fletcher’s outstanding leadership and support of miniority students and the principles of diversity.
Loma Linda Spanish Adventist Church pastor Gilberto Vega, PhD, presents the message of the day, �Blessed to be a Blessing.�
Loma Linda Spanish Adventist Church pastor Gilberto Vega, PhD, presents the message of the day, “Blessed to be a Blessing.”

TODAY news for Thursday, June 9, 2008