Romani-Meets-World: Racing to Serve

After graduating from PLNU with a degree in athletic training, Nikki Romani (10), like so many students, began her pursuit of a graduate degree....

Athletics: Spring 2015

Tim Whetstone & the Green Sea Among the sea of painted faces at the 2014 Homecoming basketball games—though hard to spot at first through all...

Rhapsody from the Ashes: The Music-Making of J.R. Bishop

I don’t know why or how the notes came when they did, but it happened at 2 a.m. I had stared at the piano,...

Hike for a Home: 2,185 Miles of Compassion

For four months AJ Wolf (14) and Tavis Robertson (14) and Wolf’s father, Eric, set out on a journey to change the lives of...

Lessons in Love from the Persecuted Church

2014 was reported to be the worst year in history for persecution worldwide. Read astounding stories from PLNU members working on the front lines—powerful testimonies of Christ's love shattering darkness.

PLNU Women’s Soccer Team Makes University History

In 2014, the PLNU women's soccer team became the first-ever Sea Lion team to win a Pacific West Conference Championship.

God’s Grace and the Gift of the Literary Arts

Dr. Karl Martin, chair of the Department of Literature, Journalism & Modern Languages, shares how his time as an undergraduate student at PLNU transformed his approach to reading.

Read to Succeed?

Reading fiction provides more than entertainment. Learn some of the helpful (and perhaps surprising) benefits of reading literature.
Two Children Writing

The ABCs of Developing Successful Readers

Prepare your children for literacy success with advice from PLNU's Drs. Conni Campbell and Susan Rogers.

My Journey Through the History of Mathematics

The day after graduation, Dr. Maria Zack, chair of the Department of Mathematical, Information & Computer Sciences, led me, along with four other students, on...