Ryan Botts and PLNU's MICS department used 3D printers to make 650 face shields and counting for nine hospitals and clinics in Tijuana.
PLNU alum Gabe Richardson details his work in New York with Christian humanitarian organization Samaritan’s Purse in their Emergency Field Respiratory Care Unit.
As the graduating class of 2020 copes with the temporary loss of their graduation ceremony, Karl Martin looks to offer some hope and wisdom.
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.
Professor Anna Montejano was recently recognized as one of four nurse educators of the year when she received the prestigious Nurse’s Touch Award from ATI Nursing Education.
Photojournalist Micah Albert is well-known for his work documenting critically important global stories — especially the ones that are difficult and dangerous to capture.
How five PLNU students sprung into action to make sure Wear Justice still took place virtually this year and helped us rethink consumerism through community.
As PLNU students transition to a semester of virtual classes, they are finding ways to maintain balance and stay connected with others, while continuing their studies.
An environmentally friendly yard doesn’t have to be barren. By choosing the right plants for your garden, you can make a positive difference for native species.
Sydney Dreves is determined to help athletes through her work and inspire other female researchers.
Will Allen questioned whether college was right for him. But the PLNU community he found along the way not only let him to stay, but use his story to grow that community for others as well.
Yvette Currie is a licensed marriage and family therapist who shares her story as a deployed resiliency counselor (DRC) with the Navy.