Native Narratives: Re-telling History Through Story

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

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

Thirty years ago, on Jan. 28, 1986, President Ronald Reagan decided to forgo his State of the Union because that day, a Tuesday, became a...

Stewardship of the Sacred

"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

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

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

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.

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.

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

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