Earlier this year, Biola launched an impressive new website designed to help you — alumni, parents, students, supporters and friends — stay up to date on everything that’s happening at the university. Dubbed “Biola Now,” and found at now.biola.edu, the site is loaded with interesting articles, videos and audio, with fresh content being added daily. Here’s just some of what you’ll find:

  • Breaking news and fun features. Biola Now is constantly being updated with interesting news — whether it’s a professor speaking on Capitol Hill, a student winning a major award or alumni working in intriguing occupations.

  • Free classes. Biola Now links you to the latest offerings on Biola’s iTunes U and YouTube sites, where you can watch entire 16-week courses for free (along with chapels, conferences and special video series).

  • Biola’s appearances in the media. Want to know when Biola is mentioned in the Los Angeles Times, CNN, Christianity Today and other media outlets? Just click on Biola Now’s “News” tab.

  • Blog posts from more than 50 professors. Many Biola professors are active bloggers, and Biola Now makes it easy to find their insights by bringing all of their latest posts together in one place, so you don’t have to jump from blog to blog.

  • A complete schedule of upcoming events. It’s easier than ever to find out about upcoming concerts, lectures, alumni outings and more. Plus, an “Events Recap” section offers photos from events you may have attended.

  • A chance to share your opinion. Stories on Biola Now allow you to give feedback, ask questions and join in the conversation. You can also easily share stories through Twitter and Facebook.

  • Award-worthy design. The site was recently nominated for “Best News Site” of the year by eduStyle, a website that spotlights the best in university Web design.

To visit (and bookmark) Biola Now, just go to now.biola.edu.