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  • Gift of $2.5 Million Creates Key Faculty Position

    Parents’ donation establishes endowed chair in molecular biology

    Kristen Hartman — 

    A major gift from two Biola parents will endow a permanent new faculty position in Biola’s School of Science, Technology and Health, the...

  • Joanna Wu — 

    John M. Perkins, born in 1930 in Mississippi, lived through a tumultuous period during the American civil rights movement. Because of his...

  • Bella Burchett — 

    Mallory, Los Angeles,a student-produced film that focuses on society’s unhealthy reliance on technology, received an award of excellence at this...

  • Humble Competitor

    Senior Emma Newman, former captain of the women’s basketball team, sets her eyes on medical school

    Lily Journey — 

    “Busy” is a tame word to describe the giant list of responsibilitiesEmma Newman carries this year. From long evenings spent in the library to...

  • Bella Burchett — 

    L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti, CEO of Union Rescue Mission Andy Bales ('78) and President Barry H. Corey. President Barry H. Corey gave the keynote...

  • Joanna Wu — 

    William “Bill” Simon, a beloved professor of public relations and journalism, passed away on Feb. 28 after a brief illness. Simon, who was 57,...

  • Feliz 40 Aniversario to Biola’s Hispanic Conference

    Biola hosts 40th annual conference for Spanish-speaking ministry leaders in Southern California

    Joanna Wu — 

    Biola celebrated an important milestone this spring in its ongoing efforts to partner with and support local Hispanic ministry leaders. In March,...

  • Biola Magazine Staff — 

    Did Jesus die for everybody in the world, or just some of us? It’s a seemingly straightforward question that Christians of different denominations...

  • Taking Stock of Stocks

    Professor Shane Enete aims to help Christians make ethical investment decisions

    Lily Journey — 

    Many people with retirement accounts pay close attention to how their money is growing for the future. But not as many have thought carefully...

  • Too Much, Too Soon?

    Setting Emotional Boundaries in Dating

    Alisa Grace — 

    “Above all else, guard your heart, for it is the wellspring of life.” –Proverbs 4:23 I was 21 when I drove from Texas to Colorado to attend a...

  • A Career for the Books

    Sarah Y. Tse thrives as a printing company CEO and business mentor

    Joanna Wu — 

    While Sarah Y. Tse (’93) was in her first years of college at Biola, she told a friend how she wanted to create a product line called “Mushroom...

  • A Note Worth Singing About

    High school teacher Tyler Wigglesworth (’12) leads his students to Carnegie Hall

    Lily Journey — 

    Tyler Wigglesworth’s music career has been hitting some high notes recently. Last year, the high school choir di- rector had the privilege of...

  • Running the Race in Rwanda

    Becky and Nathan Dowling provide technology training and clean water to communities in need

    Joanna Wu — 

    When Becky (Mierau) and Nathan Dowling graduated from Biola in 2007, neither of them envisioned living and working in Africa. And though they were...

  • Biola Magazine Staff — 

    “What’s the number one thing Jesus talked about?” — the preacher shouted in a classic you-should-know-this tone. Lucky for me, I was sure I knew...

  • Faithfully Forward

    Biola just adopted a significant theological statement. Learn what it says and what it means for our future.

    Jason Newell — 

    If you spend any time around Biola, you’re bound to hear the word “centered.” It’s right there in the mission statement: “biblically centered...

  • Lily Tsau — 

    By now,you’ve probably seen how our Alumni Relations team is providing opportunities for Biolans to be engaged and involved with each other and...

  • Biola Magazine Staff — 

    Havilah Steinman (’12) is a booklover. And she wants to share her appreciation for great books with you. Steinman, a Biola Alumni Regional Contact...

  • Biola Magazine Staff — 

    Biola inducted two alumnae and — for the first time — one entire team into its Athletics Hall of Fame this spring: Natalie (Roth) Dell, a...

  • Biola Magazine Staff — 

    Summer is the season of outdoor BBQs, ice-cold drinks, splashing in the pool, lying by the beach — and for many of us, a time to catch up on our...

  • Write Quick

    John H. Coe and Kyle Strobel talk about practicing contemplation

    Biola Magazine Staff — 

    A quick chat with John H. Coe (’79, M.A. ’83), director of the Institute for Spiritual Formation and professor of spiritual theology, and Kyle C....

  • Biola Magazine Staff — 

    Joan Barber (’50) Broughton currently lives with her daughter in Rathdrum, Idaho. She met her late husband George (’50) at Biola while studying in...

  • Several New Programs Arriving this Fall

    Lineup includes online master’s in nursing and ‘Torrey meets Talbot’ theology degree

    Jason Newell — 

    This fall, Biola will launch its most significant expansion of new programs in recent memory, giving students more options in such high-demand...

  • A Harmonious Relationship

    Biola’s enduring ‘Music at Noon’ concert series highlights connections with diverse L.A. music scene

    Alex Brouwer — 

    Flautist Gary Woodward and pianist Jiayi Shi perform at a recent'Music at Noon' concertinCrowell Hall. On a sunny October afternoon, guitarist...

  • An Inspired Performance

    Junior Muli Yu wins big in prestigious international piano competition

    Alex Brouwer — 

    Muli Yu rushed to finish memorizing her seven pieces. Over summer break from Biola, she’d found herself half a world away in Italy, preparing to...

  • Public Relations Professor Receives National Award

    Professor Carolyn Kim receives faculty award from the Public Relations Student Society of America

    Joanna Wu — 

    When Carolyn Kim became the faculty adviser to Biola’s chapter of the Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) a decade ago, it had just...