On May 29, 1964, Martin Luther King Jr. spent 11 hours in San Diego and journeyed to PLNU to give his speech titled “Remaining Awake through a Great Revolution.”
In the last few years, poetry has enjoyed an astonishing re-emergence. Read about the ways people have connected with this creative medium and expanded how we define poetry.
On the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic, nurses are being recognized for their bravery and commitment.
Here are some recommendations, resources, and encouragement for those wondering how to dive deeper into poetry as a reader or someone who wants to try their hand at writing it.
Nearly 450,000 San Diego residents deal with food insecurity on a daily basis.
PLNU's Kim Berry Jones had the opportunity to sit down with the Rock Church's Miles McPherson to talk about her ongoing journey to unpack internalized racism.
If you feel like you’ve lost hope, know you are not alone. But also please remember that there is still hope today. It’s crying out from the streets. It’s calling out to us all from the inside.
Michelle Murphy (B.A. 89, M.A. 90) received the Alumnus of Point Loma (APL) award at PLNU’s 2019 Homecoming.
Toby and Ricky Franklin (20) brought their love for fantasy to the world of academia, the end result being an original graphic novel entitled Mask of the Sentinels.
How the church has a unique opportunity and responsibility to be prophetic beacons of truth, lament, and repentance within a nation reeling from and protesting yet another set unjust deaths of black men and women.
As our society continues to rely more and more on data, it's becoming increasingly important for people in technical disciplines to be conscious of the ethical implications.
After an abrupt end to his last season of collegiate baseball, PLNU athlete Zack Noll explains how he is coping with the transition.