About Perspectives on Science Perspectives on Science (POS) is a monthly seminar series for science teachers. The seminar typically focuses on recent developments in the...
As we begin our first year in the NCAA Division II, we want to look back at some remarkable achievements by athletes who competed...
They sit side-by-side, a palpable warmth between them.
Humor me, for a moment. Let’s imagine we have run into each other at, say, a PLNU Homecoming event.
It must have been terrifying—being a 19-year-old sophomore at a conservative college in Oklahoma, a state away from family, and pregnant.
Despite culture's movement away from Sabbath observance, keeping the Sabbath has real and meaningful benefits. We look here at ways we might recommit ourselves to Sabbath practice.
Explore the roots of Sabbath and how our culture has shifted away from keeping it holy.
Dr. David Cummings, PLNU professor of biology, has been making quite a bit of news for his research and discovery of antibiotic-resistance bacterial DNA in Southern California wetlands. In addition to academic journals, his work has also recently been featured in the San Diego Union-Tribune and The Huffington Post. We asked him a few questions of our own.
Two PLNU alumni are among an elite group of San Diego artsits to receive grants for innovative projects.
Jared Callahan is one alum who decided to take Sabbath seriously.