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Faces of LIFE: Samantha Clark

In the dynamic tapestry of Life University (Life U), there exists a role that encapsulates the very essence of student growth and development, showcasing Life U’s Lasting Purpose. Meet Samantha Clark, the Director of Engagement and Career Services, whose journey intertwines seamlessly with the heartbeat of our institution.

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The Life University Marketing Team Reflects on the 50th Anniversary and Future Hopes

It is the role and responsibility of any good university marketing team to constantly champion and commemorate the accomplishments of their institution. When the spotlight turns on us, however, we can get a bit shy, yet it is important to celebrate wins big and small. The Life University (Life U) Marketing team was recently recognized in a number of categories for the 2023 Collegiate Advertising Awards. This included five Gold awards in Blogs, Webcasts/Podcasts, Virtual Tours, Brochures and Miscellaneous categories. Life U also received a Silver award for its new 50th Anniversary logo.

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50 Reasons to Love Life U, for Life U’s 50th Anniversary

Big things are on the horizon for the illustrious Life University (Life U), chief among them our celebration in 2024 of Life U’s 50th anniversary. Imagine it … 50 whole years progressing the cause of Chiropractic, Vitalism and health sciences in higher education. And we only continue to strive more intentionally toward a revitalized healthcare paradigm as agents of positive change.

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Conflict Resolution, Faith and Lasting Purpose with Andre Clanton – Podcast

Conflict is an uncomfortable but sometimes unavoidable part of collegiate life. As Director of Conflict Resolution and Accountability, Andre Clanton reiterates that the process is not necessarily meant to be punitive but rather restorative and rehabilitative, getting to the bottom of the root of a problem and finding a workable solution. Clanton is a fascinating man with many talents and interests, including serving as an Associate Pastor at a local church and lending his baritone voice to the Voices of LIFE gospel choir.