Sarah (Biola, ‘12) works on campus as a graduate assistant for Student Orientation Services (SOS). In her not-so-spare time, she is completing her master’s degree in Theology, trying to love her people well, and make her therapist laugh.
Sarah Schwartz — March 19, 2018
Sarah Schwartz discusses #MeToo, #ChurchToo, and an upcoming event about recognizing abusive patterns.
Sarah Schwartz — March 8, 2018
Sarah celebrates International Women's day by sharing a piece from author Sarah Bessey.
Sarah Schwartz — March 6, 2018
Guest blogger Chantel wrestles with the lack of safe spaces to discuss female sexuality & shame.
Sarah Schwartz — February 19, 2018
Current student Elizabeth Vrinten explores how being a woman in STEM has helped her cultivate grit.
Sarah Schwartz — February 13, 2018
Sarah Schwartz discusses the beauty of female friendship.
Sarah Schwartz — January 22, 2018
Sarah Schwartz discusses making (and sticking to) a budget as a young adult.
Sarah Schwartz — January 18, 2018
A call for submissions from GRIT readers.
Sarah Schwartz — December 11, 2017
Sarah Schwartz shares her last word before graduation.
Sarah Schwartz — November 13, 2017
Gretchen Carlson discusses workplace sexual harassment, and "how to take your power back."
Sarah Schwartz — October 23, 2017
Alumni Grant Morgan examines the time old question,"Can men and women be friends?"
Sarah Schwartz — October 11, 2017
GRIT discusses the International Day of the Girl.
Sarah Schwartz — October 1, 2017
RD Meleca Consultado shares with us for Filipino American History Month.
Sarah Schwartz — September 5, 2017
Alumna Natalie Felix shares about finding her passion for deaf and hard of hearing students.
Sarah Schwartz — April 26, 2017
On having better discussions about Christian sexual ethics...
Sarah Schwartz — April 24, 2017
It's on us help keep women and men safe from sexual assault.
Sarah Schwartz — April 3, 2017
Educational programming raising awareness about sexual violence response and prevention.
Sarah Schwartz — March 23, 2017
A blog by Dr. Jamie Campbell about hard conversations.
Sarah Schwartz — March 20, 2017
It’s not that we didn’t expect a few of you to show up and celebrate Biola University’s first resource collective for women—we just didn’t expect so many of you.
Sarah Schwartz — March 1, 2017
If you aren’t familiar with Propel, get familiar! With the mission of “celebrating every woman’s passion, purpose, and potential” this organization...
The first time I stumbled across this piece, I was 22 years old, freshly heartbroken, and about to walk across the stage at my college graduation....
Professor Jamie Campbell is one of my favorite people (and voices) on campus. Like the students she writes about, I was raised to believe that all...
It was 14th century philosopher and theologian, Catherine of Siena, who said, “Be who God meant you to be and you will set the world on fire.”...
I have to admit, it’s a little weird to write about a chapel where I was the speaker. But I’m willing to push past that, because I don’t think we’...
I’m a sucker for a good TED talk, and let me tell you, this is a good TED talk. Psychologist Angela Lee Duckworth opens by explaining how she...
One of my resolutions for 2017 is to shop ethically—that is, to fill my wardrobe with items from companies that pay their workers a living wage, as...
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