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* Walla Walla College, a Seventh-day Adventist university in Walla Walla, Washington, is offering a limited number of tuition-free spaces to students in Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama displaced by Hurricane Katrina.

* Walla Walla College, a Seventh-day Adventist university in Walla Walla, Washington, is offering a limited number of tuition-free spaces to students in Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama displaced by Hurricane Katrina. Late enrollment for the autumn quarter is available until Oct. 7. Displaced students interested in attending WWC are encouraged to call Victor Brown or Heather Krause at 509-527-2327 or 800-541-8900. More information about WWC is available at www.wwc.edu.

*The Voice of Prophecy (VOP), the oldest Seventh-day Adventist broadcast outreach, has embraced one of the newest technologies: last week, the VOP began “podcasting” its daily 15-minute radio shows. The broadcasts can be downloaded using the Apple Computer software “iTunes” or through “feed://vop.com/rss/index.xml” according to Ken Wade, program director for the ministry.