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Caring More About Less | MAEK Ceramics

Alumni Ryan (17) and Michaela Shoemaker (16, MBA 17) talk about the life, business, and spiritual lessons they are learning as owners of handmade...
Jessica Bird

Wearing Masks in Order to Remove Them: Healing Through Show Business

In a theatre course on Laban movement techniques at PLNU, Jessica Bird (09) was asked to create a series of assignments based off of...

The Thanos Complex: What an Avengers Villain Can Teach Us About...

Avengers: Infinity War, the nineteenth installment in the decade-old Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) and the third film to bear the Avengers title, has certainly experienced some...
Disney's Mickey and Mini Mouse participate in the Thanksgiving Day Parade

What Disney Gets Wrong About Its Princesses and Heroines

How far has Disney come from its early days of promoting traditional and limiting gender roles? This is an especially potent question today at...
Ben Cater

Ben Cater, Ph.D., on the Recent Discovery of an Ancient Mayan...

Using laser technology (Light Detection and Ranging), researchers discovered a massive, intricate, and hidden Mayan Civilization in the jungles of northern Guatemala. Ben Cater...
Alain Lescart with His Catvideo

Language and Curiosity | Alain Lescart

Alain Lescart, Ph.D., a professor from the Department of Literature, Journalism & Modern Languages, reflects on the mystery of language and how fostering curiosity...

The Mystery and Power of the Creative Arts

Perhaps most of your experience with the creative arts stems from when you were younger, whether that was learning to play the piano after school,...

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...

Making a Musical: A Glimpse Into the Life of Hamilton Resident...

{ SCENE 1 } Morning light breaks. Before getting ready for the day, Hannah Ryan (08) makes her way to her computer, where she edits...

The Gift of Music: Fostering Hope Through Jazz

When he was 17, Dr. John Reynolds (03) waited eagerly backstage in a venue in Santa Rosa after a performance by the Jazz at...

The Restorative Power of Street Art

"The idea of being made in God’s image—that we were created and that we can create—is an incredibly powerful characteristic of being human,” said Dr....

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...