When Art Speaks

In Latest News, News by Jessie Fernandez

Politics tends to divide and break the hearts of many. For Dave Adey, a practicing artist and professor at PLNU, his own heartbreak, rooted in the Las Vegas shooting in …

Beale Street Does Indeed Talk

In Latest News, News by Rachel Maxfield

“One out of every three Black boys and one out of every six Latino boys can expect to go to prison, compared to one of every seventeen White boys.” Dr. …

Homeless Ministries: More than Food

In Latest News, News by Emilyn Giddings

A ban on feeding the homeless population in El Cajon has recently been lifted. The ban was originally claimed to be placed due to a hepatitis A emergency, but many …

5 Tips for the Flu Season

In Features, Latest News by Hannah Preston

Nobody likes being sick. Especially with the flu. In a college dorm. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)  reported an estimate of 9.8-11.4 million flu cases from Oct. …

Readjusting to life at PLNU after being abroad

In Features, Latest News by Marlee Drake

After a semester abroad and adjusting to a new culture and lifestyle, students returning can experience “reverse culture shock,” according to The Center for Global Education’s website, studentsabroad.com. Friendship dynamics …

Is Film Originality Lost?

In A&E, Latest News by Marlee Drake

These days, taking a trip to the movies often means having to choose between sequels, remakes and reboots of old movies, or yet another film based on a comic or …