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Native Narratives: Re-telling History Through Story

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The stories told and passed down through generations are what we use to form ideas about who we are as a people, country, tribe. These...

Exploration: Cultivating Curiosity

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In PLNU's Early Childhood Learning Center (ECLC), there sits an unlabeled piece of play equipment. “It kind of looks like a jeep, or a car maybe,”...

Connecting the Dots … from Here to Mars

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On Jan. 28, 1986, President Ronald Reagan decided to forgo his State of the Union because that day, a Tuesday, became a “day for...

Stewardship of the Sacred

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"Everybody needs beauty as well as bread, places to play in and pray in, where nature may heal and give strength to body and soul.” These...

Seeking the Unseen

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Dr. Kris Koudelka, assistant professor of biology, spends his days working in the realm of the invisible. Based on indirect detection, his research can’t be...

From RN to BSN: Allison Gold’s Journey of Vocation

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Each day on my way to work, I call my mom just to hear her simple, loving words: “I hope you have a nice day.”...

Athletics: A Season to Celebrate

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The fall season brought plenty to celebrate for the PLNU Sea Lions. Between several teams making it to the NCAA championships, multiple athletes earning...

Talking Point: Q&A with Jamie Gates, Ph.D.

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A groundbreaking, three-year study examining the relationship between gangs, the community and sex trafficking in San Diego County was recently published by Dr. Jamie...

Faculty Spotlight: Ronda Winderl, Ph.D.

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For Dr. Ronda Winderl, professor of communication and theatre and director of the London Semester Program at PLNU, performing has always been as natural...