Beep, beep, beep. My car reminds me that I haven’t grabbed my keys out of the ignition as I make my way into Urgent Care of Kaiser Hospital Pasadena for another 12-hour shift.
Before he became Lonnie Melashenko, Global Evangelist, he was a shy boy from the prairies of Saskatchewan. Today, he is a world-renowned orator with a new project: “Hope Talks.”
The stack of faded copies of Musings sat in the corner of Sari Fordham’s office in Humanities Hall. It had been years since the Department of English had produced a literary journal.
The College of Arts and Sciences is offering a new AS Degree designed to provide pre-health students with the opportunity to earn a degree in addition to completing their prerequisite requirements.
Domonique Douglas and Krista Dufala, this year’s Presidential Scholars, have faith that God is directing their journeys and their plans to continue serving others.
Excitement exploded on the field on April 11—the La Sierra University Golden Eagles women’s soccer team had won their first championship since the program’s inception in 2016.