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Photo by Lindsey Minerva
Photo by Lindsey Minerva

Photo by Sarah Grunder
Photo by Sarah Grunder

Photo by Sarah Grunder
Photo by Sarah Grunder

Photo by Kelsey Heng
Photo by Kelsey Heng

Photo by Kelsey Heng
Photo by Kelsey Heng

Photo by Jacob Frischknecht
Photo by Jacob Frischknecht

Photo by Sarah Sunderman
Photo by Sarah Sunderman

Read a welcome from the Journalism department chair, Dr. Longinow.

Our Story

Katie reads the Chimes

From One Journalism Student to Another

I can’t pinpoint precisely when I knew God had placed the call to journalism on my life.

Was it when I hunted down enrollment numbers for my very first story with the student newspaper? Was it when I instantly realized in the class of Michael Longinow, the chair of our department, that nothing could be closer to Christ’s heart than truth telling? Was it when I interviewed that selfless 13-year-old girl giving her Friday night to feed the homeless on the not-so-glamorous streets of Las Vegas, or the street-bound man on Skid Row whose family had deserted him and couldn’t seem to escape the haunting loneliness?

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News

Dave Black - Turn Burners

Dave Black, Guest Lecturer

As a freelance photographer for over 30 years Dave’s work has primarily centered on the sports industry including coverage of 12 Olympic Games. Dave has been a teacher and guest lecturer on photography since 1986.

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Carsten

Visual Journalism in Australia? Worth the Trip!

Carsten, a Visual Journalism student at Biola, studied abroad for a semester at the Wesley Institute in Sydney, Australia. She says, "Everywhere we went there were stories to be told and people willing to share them in any way possible -- a journalist’s dream!"

Read more and see Carsten's photos