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2013 Spring Articles

  • Get to Know: Spring 2013

    Nancy Yuen, filmmaking sociologist

    Amber Amaya — 

    She spent 10 years interviewing actors in Hollywood, she only speaks Mandarin to her daughters and she grew up having G.I. Joe and Gilligan's...

  • Biola Magazine Staff — 

    As Biola University geared up to celebrate its 105th birthday in February, we at Biola Magazine figured: What better way to celebrate than with a...

  • Rick Bee — 

    I reached a bit of a milestone over Biola’s winter break when I completed my sixth medical mission trip to India within the past 10 years. The “...

  • Biola Magazine Staff — 

    After becoming engaged her senior year and creating her own wedding invitations, Megan (Knight, ’08) Gonzalez saw an opportunity to make money...

  • Biolans Up Close: Spring 2013

    Brian Hall ('96), Academy Award-winning software creator

    Biola Magazine Staff — 

    Brian Hall (’96) may not be a movie star, but the computer software he helped to develop has quickly become one — reaching such heights that it...

  • Biola Magazine Staff — 

    Good Idea. Now What? by Charles T. Lee (M.A. ’99), Wiley Publishing, February 2012. Lee, CEO of Ideation Consultancy, offers systematic advice for...

  • So Much To Love

    Editor's Note

    Jason Newell — 

    Minneapolis recently celebrated its coldest first day of spring in 48 years. I know, because I was there, trying to keep my ears from turning...

  • Barry Corey — 

    A generation ago, back in the ’70s, Christian leaders like Bill Bright, Loren Cunningham and Francis Schaeffer were imagining a generation of...

  • Biola Magazine Staff — 

    What will the Biola University of the future look like? The answer can be found in the new University Plan, which lays out seven aspirations that...

  • Bed and Breakfast

    Dorm-diner combo and parking structure coming soon

    Biola Magazine Staff — 

    Biola students will soon have a new residence hall that features sleek study areas, plentiful parking and — perhaps best of all — breakfast...

  • Biola Launches 'Ruby Women'

    New group offers opportunities to learn, serve, give and travel

    Amber Amaya — 

    Biola has launched a bold new ministry aimed at women — and it’s looking for members. The group, Ruby Women, was formed in the fall to give women...

  • No Kidding

    Renowned philosopher's latest project: children's books

    Amber Amaya — 

    He’s debated some the world’s leading atheists.He’s traveled the world defending the Christian faith. He’s published landmark books on apologetics...

  • Cassandra Acosta — 

    Biola students and staff delivered more than 2,000 pieces of business clothing, shoes and accessories to the women of the Los Angeles Dream Center...

  • Biola Magazine Staff — 

    As Biola University geared up to celebrate its 105th birthday in February, we at Biola Magazine figured: What better way to celebrate than with a...

  • Biola Magazine Staff — 

    Last October, the Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life unveiled new data showing that for the first time in its history, the United States does...

  • Greg Koukl — 

    As an ambassador I’ve learned that everyday encounters are the bread and butter of my witness for Christ. While giving a talk at a local Barnes...

  • Amber Amaya — 

    Solving crimes in “CSI: Holy Land” and filling in the blanks to “Eye of the Tebow” paid off for Drake (’94) and Christina (Adelseck, ’95)...

  • Biola Magazine Staff — 

    The Biola University Alumni Association handed out its annual awards at a special chapel service on Feb. 22, recognizing several alumni for their...

  • David Bourgeois — 

    Every semester, the students in my Management Information Systems class take a detour from learning about how technology affects business and...