As PLNU students transition to a semester of virtual classes, they are finding ways to maintain balance and stay connected with others, while continuing their studies.
An environmentally friendly yard doesn’t have to be barren. By choosing the right plants for your garden, you can make a positive difference for native species.
Sydney Dreves is determined to help athletes through her work and inspire other female researchers.
Will Allen questioned whether college was right for him. But the PLNU community he found along the way not only let him to stay, but use his story to grow that community for others as well.
Yvette Currie is a licensed marriage and family therapist who shares her story as a deployed resiliency counselor (DRC) with the Navy.
It might feel counter-intuitive, but self-isolating is perhaps the most compassionate way Christians can love our neighbors right now.
PLNU alumna Julie Orr created a magazine focused only on scripture to help others interact with the Bible more amidst busy lives.
Traveling abroad while our world entered a global pandemic inevitably caused me to redefine my experience of global empathy.
With what seemed like an overnight spread of COVID-19, Brandon Walsh and his family were faced with a series of difficult choices in their effort to serve the church and stay safe.
In these unprecedented times, our commitment to you as our students, alumni, faculty, staff, parents, supporters, and friends is unwavering.