Learn from Danielle Cervantes Stephens (00), and Abby Hamblin (14), as they share strategies, best practices and tools for being a better media consumer.
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.
Hear from Lindsay Wilson of CULTIVATE: a Counseling Collective as she provides insight into navigating your mental health during this season.
Alums Brian Frey and Jon Runion share about the spaces they have created to bring people of all backgrounds together through coffee, church and community.
How do we meaningfully engage in the work of racial justice and antiracism as individuals and as the church?
Alesia Wright and Sam Kwapong hosted a virtual conversation on racial injustice, life at Loma, and what being part of MOSAIC clubs on campus means to them.
PLNU's Kim Berry Jones had the opportunity to sit down with the Rock Church's Miles McPherson to talk about her ongoing journey to unpack internalized racism.
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.
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.
When music professor Dan Nelson was diagnosed with terminal ALS, he decided to spend his final months doing what he lived for: investing in students.
Lisa Sharon Harper — author of The Very Good Gospel — shares about how non-diverse evangelicals can be better allies to their non-white brothers and sisters.
Border Pilgrimage is a unique, multi-day excursion in which PLNU students are able to explore and better understand their relationship to the San Diego-Tijuana border region.