Music & Grit: How Music-Making Makes Us Tougher, Smarter, Braver, and...

It’s ancient, cross-cultural, universal. It’s present in our celebrations, our mournings, our worship. We speak it, make it, hear it, feel...
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PLNU Honors Retiring CFO

At this May’s Commencement, PLNU bestowed an honorary doctorate degree on George Latter, Jr., senior vice president of finance and CFO. Latter, who is retiring, was...

Bringing Play and Happiness to Children One Smile at a Time

Mark Wassmer and Matt Montell have a desire to serve communities by bringing health, wellness, and play to children — especially those from the poorest and most disadvantaged backgrounds.
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Everybody’s Got Bears: Mental Health in the Church | Dave Cummings

When microbiology professor Dave Cummings, Ph.D., began feeling sick, he was convinced the problem was entirely physical. But...

No — A “Work-Life Balance” Isn’t Possible and Here’s Why

It seems that life is getting harder and harder to balance, to make time for the many pressing and important demands...

The Priceless Value of a Liberal Arts Degree

When Google started in 1998, the founders, Sergey Brin and Larry Paige, developed an algorithm to find and recruit elite computer...
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Outreach Clinic at Wesley Co-Op | PLNU Nursing

PLNU nursing students put their education into practice by serving the community.

“How Are You Single?” And Why That’s the Wrong Thing to...

I used to think the most uncomfortable thing to hear as a single person is the question, “How are you single?”

Is Life Over After College? Recent PLNU Alumni Share About Life...

It seems like as soon as college freshmen walk onto campus the countdown begins: only four more years until they have to enter the real world.
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“A Whole New World” for Kaena Kekoa

A year after graduating PLNU, Kaena Kekoa (18) made her professional theater debut as Jasmine in Disney’s Broadway production of “Aladdin”.