Statement Regarding Practicing Christian Hospitality

TWU is committed to creating an environment in which all people are treated with dignity and respect regardless of ethnic, cultural, political, or religious background.  This is a central tenant of TWU’s Practicing Christian Hospitality core value statement. 

Although we support the freedom of people to express their well-articulated and reasoned perspectives on matters, TWU does not support or endorse the use of degrading images, statements, or memes that may cause hurt or embarrassment to others.  

We encourage all faculty, staff and students to refrain from posting such images, statements, or memes, or from distributing them through social media, but rather to seek to be ambassadors of reconciliation.


Today is Bell Let's Talk Day. Let's fight the stigma on mental health, improve access to care, support world-class research and lead by example in workplace mental health. #BellLetsTalkDay

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RT @twulearn: Your mental health is important today and in your future career. Take time to breathe and talk with friends. #BellLetsTalk #B…

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MISSIONS WEEK: In case you missed yesterday's chapel you can listen to Professor Quonekuia Day's talk and all others below.

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Earning an MBA involves much more than academic diligence and an excellent work ethic. It includes a valuable personal and social dimension as well. #Business #Masters #Graduate

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We love seeing the joy in learning! Have a great day, TWU!

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Canada's Largest Missions Conference is happening this week in Vancouver!
January 31-Feb 1 #MissionsWeek
Schedule and Register:

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