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  • Victory Lap

    Christine Tixier graduates as two-time national swimmer of the year.

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    For Christine Tixier ('15) competitive swimming was something that she had consistently performed well in, but her excitement and passion for the...

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    Caleb Kaltenbach (M.A. ’07) is an alumnus of Biola’s Talbot School of Theology, lead pastor of a large church in Simi Valley, Calif., and a married...

  • Pitching a New Statistic

    Professor Jason Wilson’s mathematical formula could forever change baseball.

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    Jason Wilson, associate professor of mathematics at Biola, finds God’s beauty in a place where few people think to look — statistics. Wilson has...

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    If you thought apostles and prophets only lived way back in Bible times and have long since disappeared, think again. Contemporary people calling...

  • How to Make Evidence for God Disappear

    A tutorial for atheist magicians

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    For several years, I’ve interacted with the University of Chicago evolutionary biologist Jerry Coyne. Coyne doesn’t like me, and I can’t really...

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    Say the words “science and faith,” and people’s minds tend to go straight to the supposed standoff between Genesis, geology and genomes. But there’...

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    Faculty, students and young alumni are not just learning about science in the classroom. They’re doing science in the laboratory. As Biola...

  • Boldness in Medicine

    Jane Anderson ('71)

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    Jane Anderson ('71) knew that Biola was the university God had for her undergraduate years, even if the registrar’s office didn’t agree at first....

  • A Principled Principal

    Tabitha Hernandez-Blanton ('01, M.A. '04)

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    Tabitha Hernandez-Blanton ('01, M.A. '04) began her career in education by teaching elementary school students in the very district she attended...

  • Faith and Finance

    Mark Linsz ('86)

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    Mark Linsz ('86) believes in working with people. Throughout his career as an executive with Bank of America and in creating his own company, My...

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    Biola added three standout athletes to its Athletics Hall of Fame on Sept. 12 during its fourth annual induction ceremony. Two dual-sport athletes...

  • Growing in Gratitude

    Grateful marriages are happier marriages.

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    Like Paul did in his letter to the Colossians, many of the Old and New Testament writers connected love, peace and harmony with thankfulness. Not...

  • A Soul of Conviction, A Voice of Courage

    President Barry H. Corey offers his perspective on the launch of The Campaign for Biola University

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    B-I-O-L-A! B-I-O-L-A! B-I-O-L-A! The five-lettered chant — with a force on the O — is a common student refrain in our Chase Gymnasium as they...

  • Making History by Shaping the Future

    How a $180 million campaign will transform Biola University and its students

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    This is a historic moment for Biola University. It is, to hear university leaders tell it, a point in time that future generations of Biolans will...

  • A Historic Night

    Conviction and Courage Gala launches campaign, raises nearly $4 million in one evening

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    With the message “Jesus Saves” glowing brightly in the skyline above, hundreds of Biola friends and supporters gathered on May 9 for one of the...

  • A Soul, A Voice and A Vision

    Reflections on the theme of Biola University’s largest ever fundraising campaign:
 “A Soul of Conviction, A Voice of Courage.”

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    Our world isn’t lacking in voices. Every day we are bombarded by a chorus of opinions, tweets, texts, ads, blogs and more. But where are the voices...

  • Leading the Way

    Campaign cabinet helps to spearhead fundraising efforts

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    How does a university like Biola even begin to raise $180 million? In addition to plenty of prayer and planning, it takes a whole lot of help from...

  • Historic $12 Million Gift Supports New Science Building

    Alton Lim seeks to ‘return back to God what is originally his’ with largest cash gift in Biola’s history

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    For much of his adulthood, Alton Lim sensed that something — or someone — was guiding his life. As a Chinese immigrant who started with little,...

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    As a teenager in the late 1940s, Loy Chiu figured he didn’t have the grades or the money to attend college. But he applied to Biola anyway, just...

  • A Product of Faithfulness

    Meleca Consultado (’09)

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    Even though she is still paying off her own student loans, resident director Meleca Consultado (’09) donates to the Biola scholarship fund. Why?...

  • Recruiting Students and Giving Back

    Miles Bocianski (’13) and Daniel Parham (’13)

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    Having both been Biola students and now admissions counselors, Miles Bocianski (’13) and Daniel Parham (’13) know well the challenges of...

  • Sacrificing for Students

    Matthew Weathers (’93)

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    Matthew Weathers (’93) wears many hats at Biola; he’s a donor, a popular professor, a staff member and an alumnus. Weathers has been tied to Biola...

  • Parents and Apologists

    John and Claudia Kalmikov

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    John and Claudia Kalmikov are a rarity for Biola parents: both are also Biola students. The donors and current campaign cabinet members are...

  • In Memory of Missy

    Steve and Wanda Belton

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    Supporting the Biola Conservatory of Music strikes a very special chord with Steve and Wanda Belton. Their daughter Missy, an accomplished oboist,...

  • Biola Booster

    Vincent Huang

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    As a business leader in the growing mobile technology industry, Vincent Huang is encouraged that Biola University is taking steps to bolster its...