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Ezekiel Campos: The People’s Person

Ezekiel Campos is all about people: How we serve them, learn from them, and how we, as people, love each other.

Standing Together: Embracing Diversity and Opposing Injustice

PLNU students, alumni, faculty, and staff share thoughts on how we can combat racism, promote diversity, and honor each other.

Renate Chancellor and Social Justice in the Library Sciences

Law librarian Renate Chancellor explores the ways libraries play in a role in social justice and diversity.

Food & Faith With Gordon Wong

PLNU graduate chaplain Gordon Wong, M.Div shares the relationship he has to food and the ways it intersects with his faith.

What Disney-Pixar’s Soul Teaches Us About Purpose and Vocation

Disney's Soul is a commentary on the true meaning of life and how we wrestle with our “why” – masked as a brightly colored kids’ movie.

PLNU Alum Rachel Hudlow helps distribute much-needed PPE to Tijuana medical workers

For Rachel Hudlow, God’s faithfulness isn’t just a source of comfort — it’s a call to action to serve community in practical new ways.

Maggie Valentine: Giving Voice

PLNU political science major Maggie Valentine aims to make a difference and fight the good fight while uplifting others along the way.

Alumni Family Business Manufactures Vital PPE

Dave Kietzke (77) and his sons, Brent (05) and Jeremy (03), run Professional Plastics as a family and are currently helping to manufacture PPE.

Is Your Money Aligned With Your Values?

Financial planners Kevin Christensen and Anna Viettry offer an interactive workshop with strategies on aligning your time, spending, investing, and giving with your values.

Black and in Medicine: Giving Voice to the 5 Percent

Mitchell Prins used his artistic ability to co-create Voices of the 5%, an art exhibit that celebrates current and future Black physicians.

The Healing Power of Food: Alumni Using Food to Better the Health of Others

PLNU alumni Taylor Johnson-Gordon, Jennifer Nemeth, and Alison Patt have all built careers aimed at improving people’s lives and health through food.

Susan M. Sutton Clawson: “Sunshine” in the Darkness

Susan M. Sutton Clawson's passion for serving and protecting people is daily activated through her work as an international trauma psychologist and public health advisor.

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