PLNU has been performing Messiah for decades, for and with its surrounding community, first in Pasadena and then in San Diego. This Q&A explores the history of this PLNU tradition. Be sure to show your support this Sunday, December 8 at 3 p.m. in Brown Chapel!
PLNU basketball has been a vital part of school spirit throughout school history. The rich history behind this sport is illustrated in this post. Be sure to attend the Homecoming games this saturday night. Women play at 6pm and men play at 8pm. Check it out!
For the week of Homecoming we will be featuring Homecoming Highlights from year’s past. Today’s highlight is a photo history of football and powderpuff. Be sure to check back each day of Homecoming Week!
On November 8, journalists representing 12 African nations visited PLNU. The delegation was invited to San Diego by the San Diego Diplomacy Council, an extension of the U.S. State Department and a nonprofit that seeks to “promote global understanding between San Diego citizens and…neighbors around the world.”
PLNU alum Jeff Finger (89) is the leader for Café Band, a musical ensemble that leads worship for one of Menlo Park Presbyterian Church’s four campuses in Menlo Park, Calif. They recently released their first album, titled Reborn, which features new approaches to well-known worship songs. We sat down with Jeff to learn a little more about the album, as well as his unorthodox journey into a musician’s life.
This summer, PLNU director of forensics Skip Rutledge, professor of communication G.L. Forward and PLNU student Sydney Awakuni joined 55 other debate coaches and students from several U.S. colleges on a 15-day trip to China to study debate, participate in various debate styles, network with other coaches and students from around the world, and take in the incredible landscape.