WWU Addresses Diversity on Campus

The North Pacific Union Conference affirms the intentional work of Walla Walla University (WWU) leaders to promote diversity and inclusion in the aftermath of a perceived racist social media post involving several WWU students. The university's response statement not only condemns racism but also confirms its intent to value all people and to provide safety and security on WWU campuses. It outlines several steps being taken as a result of the recent post.

Below are several responses to the event and dialogue on how we can reconcile in Christ.

Gleaner Dialogue: WWU Diversity Discussion with John McVay

Steve Vistaunet, Gleaner editor, conducted a 30-minute video interview with John McVay … read more
April 24, 2018

A Valuable and Significant Journey

April 11, 2018 | John McVay
The Walla Walla University community gathered last month in our campus church sanctuary … read more

Dulan Responds to Events at WWU

April 09, 2018 | Byron Dulan
John McVay’s* recent worship presentation at Walla Walla University (WWU), and Alex … read more

There is Neither Jew Nor Gentile [WWUC]

With the recent events on the Walla Walla University (WWU) campus, Alex Bryan, Walla … read more
April 07, 2018

WWU President Addresses Racism [WWU]

On April 3, John McVay, Walla Walla University (WWU) president, addressed a campus-wide … read more
April 03, 2018