John Tuttle — February 21, 2020
“I don't want to give students a fish but not teach them how to fish. I don't want to give them a job, I want them to learn how to network.”
John Tuttle — February 3, 2020
“That’s what gets us out of bed every day—families who are counting on us to wake up and be at the top of our game every day.”
John Tuttle — May 15, 2017
10 ways to keep Finals Week from turning you into a zombie.
John Tuttle — May 10, 2017
Why being blessed is better than being happy.
John Tuttle — May 5, 2017
Resources to help you get a handle on personal finance
John Tuttle — April 27, 2017
It's the key to remembering any of that reading you're doing for class: Read, Recite, Review.
John Tuttle — April 25, 2017
"Believe me, every heart has its secret sorrows, which the world knows not, and oftentimes we call a man cold, when he is only sad.” -Longfellow....
John Tuttle — April 18, 2017
Evangelicals' relationship with the environment is... complicated. Here are some resources to help you live on Earth wisely.
John Tuttle — April 12, 2017
Evangelism or justice? Eugene Cho says "both."
John Tuttle — April 11, 2017
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Why do we talk about it at Biola? Because it happens here. It does. And because it happens here, we have...
John Tuttle — April 3, 2017
Emotional intimacy while dating is a good thing...but how much?
John Tuttle — March 31, 2017
Or, why people at Biola don't.
John Tuttle — March 20, 2017
Is God's "still, small voice" being drowned out by the noise of your life?
John Tuttle — March 13, 2017
Biola's January term is going away, but it leaves lasting impressions.
John Tuttle — March 7, 2017
Mike Ahn sits down with theology professor Fred Sanders to discuss the Trinity and how it is portrayed in the book and new movie, "The Shack."
John Tuttle — March 5, 2017
Awful sleep habits are just part of college life, right? No harm done? Best think again about that...
John Tuttle — December 17, 2016
The surprising benefits of being bored.
John Tuttle — July 30, 2016
Careless mistakes or blatant swiping, plagiarism can shipwreck your college journey.