Giving Voice

Juliette Singler, D.M.A., associate professor of music, has a gift for song. “Her voice is gorgeous,” said Cristina Pacheco (07), PLNU alum and choir...

Jeremy Brooks: On a Mission to End Intolerance

Jeremy Brooks is an artist and an intellectual. He describes himself as an “old soul” and says that he is something of a film...
Chinese City at Night

Rising Influence: China and the World Economy

This year, China has overtaken Japan as the second largest economy in the world. By 2025 or 2026, it is likely to supplant the...

Entrepreneurs: Undertaking More Than Business

While in the Harvard Business School program six years ago, several classmates read my bio in a class packet and sought me out: “Talk...

A Fighting Spirit

Eddie’s feet pounded the pavement in quick succession as he jogged home from the high-risk youth day camp he attended after school. He didn’t...
Chloe Sparacino

Freedom Found

As a kid, I felt intense terror every night when it started getting dark outside. Scared of going to bed, I was jumpy and...

iMedicine: Drugs, Money, and Ethics

You can customize your music playlist. You can customize your ringtone, your restaurant order, your credit card image, your Facebook page, and even your...

To Spend or Not to Spend

The current economic state of our nation and world has created a lot of confusion. On the one hand, we are told that rampant...

Have More = Give Less

Part of America’s history has been a tale of increasing prosperity for both the nation as a whole and for the average American. Among...

Re-Assembly Required: David Adey Makes Art and Social Critique

In November, PLNU art professor David Adey was featured in a solo exhibition entitled “I’ve got a river of life flowing out of me”...