Natalie Hamill is busy. She is a PLNU senior business administration major, a volleyball player, and a volunteer for the local Alzheimer’s Association. But her volunteerism is not just altruistic, it’s personal. Natalie’s mother, Pam, was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s when Natalie was just 17 and a freshman at PLNU. Pam just just 54. Natalie journeys… Read more »
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PLNU celebrated its ninth annual Creation Care Week Sept. 10-15. The sustainability program, headed by Alexandria Bennett, collaborates with the sustainability studies minor each year to dedicate a week to environmental education and awareness and how those play a role our Christian faith. This year’s Creation Care Week featured a sustainability fair; Bike the Jam,… Read more »
Dr. John Wu is a chair of PLNU’s Department of of Psychology and professor of psychology. Prior to joining PLNU, Dr. Wu worked for over a decade in university counseling centers providing counseling to undergraduate and graduate students at UCSD and Northeastern University. He received his master’s and doctorate degrees in counseling and consulting psychology… Read more »
This past weekend, PLNU welcomed hundreds of new students to campus during New Student Orientation (NSO). Here are just a few highlights from the three-day event:
Hundreds of new students and their families converged on Point Loma Nazarene University Friday for New Student Orientation (NSO). NSO, which began Friday, ushered in the 609 students who will make up the class of 2016. The orientation lasts for three days and includes welcome and special events, a resource fair, and registration for the… Read more »
Those faithful students on campus during the summer enjoy a game of pool at the recently updated ARC (Activities and Recreation Center).
Every year, Dr. Senyo Adjibolosoo conducts a summer study abroad program in Ghana, Africa, to visit The Human Factor Leadership Academy (HFLA). HFLA is an international transformational development education program of the International Institute for Human Factor Development (IIFHD), which Adjibolosoo founded in 1992. The primary intent of this program is to produce men and women who… Read more »
Throughout the summer, a few select student pieces will be featured in Keller Art Gallery’s “H Li Te 12” – highlights from 2012 student artwork. See a few of the highlights below.
PLNU Freshman Anthony Whitson-Martini was recently honored as the 2nd place winner in the Carmel Music Society Vocal Competition, held once every four years in Carmel, Calif. The competition is open to all singers between the ages of 18 and 32 who are either residents or students in California, Oregon, or Washington. Only two current… Read more »
PLNU’s graphic design program had a glowing year. Click here to view the complete slideshow Largely under the leadership of adjunct professor MaeLin Levine, co-founder of San Diego design firm Visual Asylum who helped form the American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA) San Diego Chapter, PLNU students have gained valuable experience within the San Diego… Read more »