The Great Food Fight: Local vs. Global

Some people say an avocado from the farmer’s market is better for the palate, the conscience, and the planet

Glocal Ministry

It was a joke or an impromptu skit—I’m not sure what you’d call it—but at most it received a polite chuckle or two.

Where the World Meets the Street

It’s in the mundane moments that the big picture becomes visible.

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....

Athletics: Spring 2013

Catching the Rocket Early on the evening of Aug. 25, seven-time Cy Young winner and steroid-era lightning rod Roger Clemens sat in the locker room...

Bonds Without Borders

“La Posada” is a tradition that has been celebrated in Mexico going back as far as 400 years, where people go from door to...

Talking Point: Q&A with Keith Pedersen, DMA

Handel’s Messiah is, as PLNU professor of music and choir conductor Dr. Keith Pedersen puts it, “without doubt, the most widely performed piece in...

Faculty Spotlight: Rick Kennedy, Ph.D.

At sea off Santa Cruz Island headed toward Santa Barbara, six students and a professor are reading aloud to one another from Two Years...

Young Leaders

Each year, San Diego Metro Magazine recognizes 40 of the most influential leaders in San Diego under age 40. Among the awardees are individuals...
Jill Hamilton-Bunch

Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Jill Hamilton-Bunch, Ph.D.

Dr. Jill Hamilton-Bunch graduated from PLNU in 1990 with the desire to be a teacher, and that’s exactly what she’s done for the past...