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Returning to India

My education has undoubtedly shaped me into who I am today, but I did not fully realize the power of an education until I...
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The Team Beyond the Court | Alex Blunk

PLNU athlete and alum, Alex Brunk (17, MBA 18), opens up about losing her ability to play basketball for PLNU due to injury and...
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Human Centered Design | Katie Murphy

The culminating moment for graphic design students at PLNU is the portfolio showcase at the end of their senior year.

Intensive Care

Carol Kibler (87) recalls one clear indication that she was made for the medical field—
the thrill of her family’s biannual trip to Oregon to...
Michael Lodahl

Faculty Spotlight: Michael Lodahl, Ph.D.

As you step into Dr. Michael Lodahl’s office, you’re instantly immersed into the heart of academia. Shelves brimming with countless books, ranging from rabbinic theology to 18th century philosophy,...

Creating a Safe Space to Ask Ignorant Questions

This is the power of a dinner table – or a potluck or a lunch date. Every shared meal is an opportunity to broaden our understanding of people through respectful and unguarded conversation.
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Talking Point: Q&A with Larry Rankin, Ph.D.

Dr. Larry Rankin first came to PLNU in 2002. As program co-director of PLNU’s first doctoral program, the Doctorate of Nursing Practice (DNP), he...
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Calling and Listening | Glen Laster

Glen Laster, the Assistant Director of Public Safety, shares about discovering his gift of evangelization and how he has pursued his calling both at...

Passion for a Project: My Honors Program Experience

As a senior and a history major, I’ve done my fair share of research in the past three and a half years at PLNU....

Analytically Adventurous: Maria Zack

If positive influences on the strategic vision and day-to-day operation of PLNU were charted, one variable would stand out. Around campus, we call her...
Carl Winderl

Faculty Spotlight: Carl Winderl, Ph.D.

"Apart from the fact that he is neither a woman nor a Catholic, Winder;'s unique life perspective adds a matchless voice as well as depth and dynamism to the genre."
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Ready for More: The Historic Run That Was Just the Beginning

The campus was adorned in perfectly hued forest green and sunset gold while students and staff rallied and celebrated the truly victorious season that had come to an end. What a run.