In the almost 100 years since its founding in 1922, La Sierra has expanded from a small academy into a 150-acre campus, offering more than 120 degree programs.
After 14 weeks of online classes, isolation, and cancellation of their traditional commencement weekend due to Covid-19, La Sierra University’s graduates were eager for a way to safely gather and celebrate.
Although Homecoming 2020 was canceled due to the restrictions of COVID-19, La Sierra University was still able to celebrate the youngest generations of former students during the inaugural Young Alumni and Families Weekend on February 15 and 16.
A few weeks ago, I participated in a virtual meeting where the presenter was asked to speak about leading in a crisis. He began by stating, “No one in leadership, certainly not me, has lived through a pandemic. You, just like me, are doing the best you can with the information you have at the moment.”
I came to La Sierra University on a volleyball scholarship in the summer of 2007. I still remember pulling up to Angwin Hall and, with the help of my parents, unloading all of the Target dorm accessories…