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Minkyu Park: Indefatigable

Minkyu Park could have given up. He could have given in. But this May, he will graduate from PLNU debt free, ready to help...

Everything Works Together: Kara Watkins Finds Her Call to Serve at...

When she meets with her clients in the immigrant services department at Catholic Charities, Kara Watkins (10) doesn’t usually bring up her faith unless...

Why Are We So Lonely? “Connection” at the Cost of Community

Things worsened. Dave Cummings, Ph.D., PLNU professor of biology, struggled to hold any food down, his body shaking, weak, and aching, head pounding. He...
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Experience: The Love Of God // Josh Miller

Alumnus and worship leader Josh Miller (14) shares how his story has been shaped by the love of God. Related Article: Understanding God’s love transformed Stephanie Ruiz's...
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A Reputation for Excellence: PLNU Forms Committed San Diego Educators

PLNU is committed to forming educators who see their roles as teachers, counselors, and administrators as more than merely a job, but a calling...
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Podcast: Why Are We So Lonely? “Connection” at the Cost of...

Do the “communities” we find ourselves a part of represent the type of relationships that are necessary for our biological, social, civic, and spiritual...
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Farm to Cup: PLNU Alumni Doing Good Abroad Led to a...

“Whenever you do something big you reach out to your community and friends, and that’s what we did here,” explained Mark Bell. The principal...

Why San Diego’s Polystyrene Ban Matters

Dave Gladson currently teaches Business 475: Sustainability in Action class at PLNU. In this class, we look at the changes individuals, companies, and nations...
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The Necessary Skills for Success in Tomorrow’s Workplace

In order to be successful in the business world we’re often told to become more efficient, knowledgeable, and hardworking. This has especially been the...

Fully Becoming Who We Are Called to Be

Parker J. Palmer refers to the human soul as a wild animal — an entity that’s “tough, resilient, savvy, self-sufficient, and yet exceedingly shy.”...