Archives

  1. Eagle at APU

    Fraternizing with the Frenemy

    Biola meets APU...sans rivalry?

    By Mike Villa

  2. DBC

    Stuff Biola Kids Like

    10 things we caught you doing.

    By Kelsey Osterman

  3. Nadine Smile

    Taking Heart: A Nurse's Ministry as a Patient

    Nadine Robinson has discussed the location of her mansion in heaven with God. She’s put in a request to live next to her grandmother with a Disney theme park in between the two. But this is no mere Disneyland or even Disney World. This is Disney Eternal, and it contains a roller coaster far and above any roller coaster ever imagined by mortal man. She describes the ups and downs and twists and turns, speedily guiding her hand through the air to show how the track would turn. She makes zooming noises — it would be fast, too.

    By Rachelle Brown

  4. Jobs

    Happy Days Ahead?: The Bumpy Ride to Employment

    Imagine yourself a little farther down the road of life. After four years of all-nighters, research papers, general education classes and countless cups of coffee from Common Grounds, you stride across the stage to receive your college diploma. You momentarily bask in the polite applause as your sweaty hand tightly grips the expensive piece of official paper. Your heart pounds and excitement floods your body. Nothing can stop you now.

    By Kelsey Osterman

  5. Gay Church

    Released: Love's Response to Homosexuality

    John LaDue thought he would get expelled from Biola before he graduated. But he didn’t care. He’d rather be free to admit his identity as a gay man — even in the face of a community in complete opposition — than remain in the bonds of secrecy. Now, as a 30-year-old struggling to overcome same-sex attraction, LaDue sadly sees how far from freedom his homosexuality took him.

    By Katelynn Camp

  6. Sheadon Metro

    Day in L.A.: Sheadon's Story

    Beyond the surface of Hollywood movie stars and the ornate Pantages Theatre is a city of history, diversity and culture. Attempting to view Los Angeles through a different lens, Sheadon Ringor explored the flourishing metropolis. Here’s a snapshot of his day in L.A.

    By Sheadon Ringor

  7. Christina Hermosa

    Day in L.A.: Christina's Story

    Beyond the surface of Hollywood movie stars and the ornate Pantages Theatre is a city of history, diversity and culture. Attempting to view Los Angeles through a different lens, Christina Hayes explored the flourishing metropolis. Here’s a snapshot of her day in L.A.

    By Christina Hayes

  8. Athlete Zachary

    Post-Game Pursuits

    Wednesday’s schedule: Early morning workout at 7 a.m., chapel at 9:30 a.m., class at 10:30 a.m., lunch at noon, homework in the early afternoon, and crocheting mittens before basketball practice at 4:30 p.m. Crocheting? Here is a peek into the lives of a few Biola student athletes and how they fill their time after they have defeated APU.

    By Katherine Smith

  9. Fashion

    Every "Wear" in Time

    As the years have gone by, our professors have stepped into more fashionable — and some much less fashionable — shoes than we could imagine. We can learn from the wisdom of these men and women in the classroom, but we can also draw some serious inspiration from their former duds. Four professors share their testimonies as to what was hot — and what was not — while they were in college.

    By Emily Agenjo