44 Years Advocating for the Arts: Q&A with Karen Sangren, Ph.D.

“ … the arts have been an inseparable part of the human journey; indeed, we depend on the arts to carry us toward the...

Learning Through Leadership: Zach Lickteig Jumps Into Great Escapes

It was evening when freshman Zach Lickteig finally made it back to his residence hall. After slowly walking to his room, he tossed his...

Talking Point: Q&A with Dana Hojsack

On Oct. 29, in collaboration with the School of Theology and Christian Ministry and the Office of Spiritual Development, Dana Hojsack, director of community...

Faculty Spotlight: Ines Irawati

Ines Irawati, vocal coach and pianist, has a long list of impressive musical credentials. But it’s the less tangible elements of her career, the...

No Longer Isolated: Art Therapy’s Effect on Older Generations

Many older adults in our society are being diagnosed with psychological brain disorders, such as Alzheimer’s, dementia, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) — and...

Athletics: Spring 2017

PLNU Student-Athletes Win Top Honor in Academics PLNU has won the 2016 President’s Award for Academic Excellence — claiming the top honor for the first...

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