Family with Adopted Children

Adoption Stories: Dumb Questions About Adoption

Kids ask a lot of questions. If you don’t believe me, just talk to my little brother for five minutes.
Woman Holding Child

Adoption Stories: Adoption, Identity, and Race

Anne-Elizabeth Powell, associate professor of library science, has had to deal with a lot of assumptions over the years.
Family with Adopted Children

Adoption Stories: Surprise of Love

The moment finally arrived.

The Student Experience: Home Sweet Res Hall

Daniel Kwon talks about the blessings and challenges of being a resident assistant.
Family

Adoption Stories: The Korean Express

As I write this, it is almost Daniel’s homecoming day.

Talking Point: Q&A with Steve Rodecker, Ph.D.

About Perspectives on Science Perspectives on Science (POS) is a monthly seminar series for science teachers. The seminar typically focuses on recent developments in the...

Individual Athletic Achievements in PLNU’s History

As we begin our first year in the NCAA Division II, we want to look back at some remarkable achievements by athletes who competed...
Black and White Image of Family

Adoption Stories: From Tragedy to Inspiration

They sit side-by-side, a palpable warmth between them.
Jessica's Family

Adoption Stories: Grace and Healing: Our Story of Open Adoption

Humor me, for a moment. Let’s imagine we have run into each other at, say, a PLNU Homecoming event.
Mother with Her Child

Adoption Stories: A Birth Mother’s Story

It must have been terrifying—being a 19-year-old sophomore at a conservative college in Oklahoma, a state away from family, and pregnant.

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