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    For this issue of Biola Magazine, we asked Biola alumni and current students to share the most memorable and important lessons they learned from...

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    About six months ago, art professor Barry Krammes popped into my office unannounced, looking eager to tell me about something (and ready to ask...

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    Biola University’s mural, "The Word," has for 20 years stretched from top to bottom of Bardwell Hall, our science building. Painted by renowned...

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    Theistic Evolution is a view held by Christians who believe that Darwinian evolution is true. Some theistic evolutionists believe that God guided...

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    As part of Biola University’s Year of the Arts, philanthropist, art historian and collector Roberta Green Ahmanson was invited to be Biola’s 2011–...

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    In recent years, Biola’s cinematic output has been prodigious. Here are three new films by Biola students, faculty and alumni that you should know...

  • Art and Belief

    Christian artists converge on campus for CIVA conference

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    For a few days in June, 275 artists from around the world convened on Biola’s campus for the 2011 Christians in the Visual Arts (CIVA) conference....

  • Student Filmmaker Wins YouTube Contest

    $35,000 the latest prize for oft-awarded Zach King (’12)

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    Biola senior Zach King made his first films at age 7, when he picked up the home video camera andpointed it at his three younger sisters. At 14,...

  • Pardon Our Dust!

    New structures on campus, by the numbers

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    Biola’s campus was full of construction workers over the summer, and not just for the long-anticipated new Talbot School of Theology building...

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    Earlier this year, Biola launched an impressive new website designed to help you — alumni, parents, students, supporters and friends — stay up to...

  • Golden Girl

    Runner Amy Atkinson (’11) wins international medals on a hopeful road to the Olympics

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    Amy Atkinson has always loved to run long distances, but over the past couple of years her legs have taken her farther than she ever dreamed...

  • Still Building

    Hudd Saffell continues to make a mark on Biola’s campus

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    Look around Biola’s campus, and you’ll find Hudd Saffell’s fingerprints everywhere. As far back as the mid-1970s, Saffell was playing a key role...

  • Sanctuary & Sacred Space

    Making room for art in the life of faith

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    Editor's Introduction: What is sacred space? And how does it relate to art, theology and the life of faith? In the essays and features in this...

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    When we think of the important subject of prayer and worship, it is interesting to notice that the Christian faith affirms that sacred spaces and...

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    “Take my tired body, my confused mind, and my restless soul into your arms, and give me rest, simple quiet rest.” These words from Henri Nouwen’s...

  • The Illusionist

    Artist Gregory Michael Hernandez (’99) bends reality with his imaginative, geometrical installations

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    Visitors to the Emma Gray Headquarters art gallery this summer were immersed in a 3-D optical illusion: Flatland, an installation project by...

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    “I am not ashamed to own that I believe that the whole universe, heaven and earth, air and seas, the divine constitution and history of the holy...

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    Janice Ardrey(’65) recently retired from a 16-year teaching career in veterinary technology at Cosumnes River College. She also worked for 25...

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    If you were to open our file cabinet and browse through the entire Biola Magazine archives — as we did for this, our 25th anniversary issue — you...

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    Editor’s Note: Obesity is an epidemic in America. According to the Centers for Disease Controland Prevention, more thanone-third of U.S. adults...

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    Paula and I have three children, and the oldest of them will be starting college in the fall. He looked at colleges from coast to coast and landed...

  • A Dorm By Any Other Name

    Sigma Chi and Alpha Chi get 'new' names

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    Two of Biola’s oldest and largest residence halls have lost their last names. As of this summer, the “Chi” has been dropped from both the Sigma...

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    After the 8.9-magnitude quake and accompanying tsunami struck Japan on March 11, it didn’t take Biolans long to find ways to support the suffering...

  • Higher Tech Education

    Second Imagination Summit ponders future of technology and education

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    La Mirada looked a bit like Palo Alto on April 15, when the second annual Imagination Summit brought top tech leaders and Silicon Valley...

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    Blake Mycoskie, CEO of TOMS Shoes, visited Biola in April to include students in a milestone company announcement. With the help of about 50...