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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...

Re-Assembly Required: David Adey Makes Art and Social Critique

In November, PLNU art professor David Adey was featured in a solo exhibition entitled “I’ve got a river of life flowing out of me”...

Faculty Spotlight: Scott Bennett, Ph.D.

Dr. Scott Bennett’s students know what it’s like to be challenged, to be pushed beyond their comfort zones. Whether they are encouraged to visit...

Life Izz Beautiful

The people who make up PLNU intend for this to be a place where both celebrating and mourning can happen freely, so that those...
Sam Cyr Swinging Golf Club

Meaning in Misdiagnosis: Sam Cyr’s Perseverance of Faith as a Pro...

As Sam Cyr’s (09) bodyboard hit the cold water of the Pacific Ocean for the first time, he mentally noted to himself to buy...
Jim Daichendt rides his bike during a triathlon.

Triathlon Training Gives Faculty Unique Bond

Training for triathlons together enhances the bonds between a group of PLNU faculty members and makes the pursuit of their careers and callings more meaningful and fun.
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PLNU Alumni Ranked in the Top Five Nationally: Q&A with Point...

Point Loma Spike, a Spikeball team made up of PLNU alumni Kenny Ortega (15) and Zach Wood (15), is currently ranked 4th — in...
Sam Kwapong

Talking Point: Q&A with Sam Kwapong

Sam Kwapong, director of the Office of Multicultural and International Student Services, oversees the programming and leadership development of all the MOSAIC student affinity...

Faculty Spotlight: Heather Ross

When you sit in a classroom during a discussion led by Heather Ross, associate professor of philosophy, you’ll most likely sit in a circle,...

A Fighting Spirit

Eddie’s feet pounded the pavement in quick succession as he jogged home from the high-risk youth day camp he attended after school. He didn’t...

How Dissenters Became Supporters: The Story of The Blunt

In 1976, a group of 14 PLNU students asked themselves questions that still resonate today: How can we challenge the status quo without destroying the system? How can we speak our truth and not be expelled from school?

The Journey of Daulton Hommes

Daulton Hommes helped take the men’s basketball program to the national championship game, while earning NABC Division II Men’s Basketball Player of the Year honors. See what he is up to now.