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Published:
May 18, 2019

Senior photography major Sam Delaware is making waves in the visual arts world after a successful second showing at the Sony Photo Competition in London this year. Passionate, talented, and on the verge of a blossoming career in photography, Delaware shared some details about his experience in England as well as his goals as he looks towards graduation this quarter.

When asked how he first became interested in visual arts and photography, Delaware joked about stumbling upon some of Ansel Adams’ old equipment.

Published:
May 9, 2019

English professor Sari Fordham presents a new international literary journal for students, housed at La Sierra University. 

Published:
April 19, 2019

Pastor Mark Finley discusses his new book, The Church Triumphant: Called to a Prophetic Destiny with Dale Galusha, president of Pacific Press Publishing Association.

Published:
April 17, 2019

Mallory McHenry, Oakwood graduate and musician, talks about Fred Child, Debussy, and the love offering of church music.

Published:
April 14, 2019

Kendra Arsenault, Andrews seminary student, interviews academics and experts for a new Adventist podcast focused on helping anyone who wants to go deeper into learning about current issues and answering hard questions.

Published:
March 29, 2019

ADRA’s Country Director for Uganda, Charles Ed II Aguilar, details some of ADRA’s projects for mainly Sudanese refugees, including building solar wells, classrooms and playgrounds, and providing reusable sanitary pads. He explains why Uganda has “the friendliest refugee policy in the world.”

Published:
March 21, 2019

Dr. George R. Knight discusses his new book Ellen White’s Afterlife: Delightful Fiction, Troubling Facts, Enlightening Research.

Published:
March 13, 2019

Trudy J. Morgan-Cole talks about her newest novel — a book that follows five friends who attend an Adventist high school and then scatter to very different places. “I’d like to believe the story can appeal to people who are, themselves, all over that map in terms of faith and spirituality,” she says.

Published:
March 7, 2019

PUC's first forest manager, Peter Lecourt, explains how the college made a deal to "have its cake and eat it too" — a payment of $7.1 million to keep its forest undeveloped and continue to use it as an outdoor classroom across departments. 

Published:
February 26, 2019

Ganim Hanna, president and CEO of the Loma Linda Broadcasting Network, talks about what LLBN is doing to keep up with the latest technology and make sure its eight channels of Christian programming reach people everywhere.

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