Recently graduated alums Beatriz Carias and Sierra Greene started a podcast called Dear 20s after realizing their post-college plans weren’t panning out.
PLNU alums share their passions in simple ways for anyone to try at home! From food to florals, be inspired to learn a new skill or attempt a new challenge.
Nathan Ing graduated from PLNU with a major in economics, a minor in finance, and a passion to pursue a career as an actor.
Jarel Paguio uses his unique blend of skills as a piano tuner and teacher to restore music in people's lives and allow them to play again.
DC and Marvel have been increasingly innovative about diversifying its creators and its characters in recent years.
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.
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.
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.
At “Camp Quarantine,” there is a lot of joy. That’s why so many kids and families are tuning in to Mary Rice Hopkins’ (79) new show. Each episode, which premieres daily at 5:15 p.m., includes songs, puppets, Bible stories, and a lot of encouragement.
Photojournalist Micah Albert is well-known for his work documenting critically important global stories — especially the ones that are difficult and dangerous to capture.
Literary legend Alice Walker came to PLNU for the 25th annual Writer's Symposium by the Sea.
PLNU alum Bethany Pullen was inspired to create a YouTube channel driven by her love of reading.