Bethany Harper (’20) is working with the nonprofit Shevet Achim to serve children from Israel, Gaza, the West Bank, Northern Iraq and Syria
Alumnus Quinn Gorham (’21) reflects on his Biola education and career achievements
Friendly Center non-profit provides necessities to local people in need
Biola is one of the top three Christian colleges highlighted for student experience
Alumnus Matthew Short (’16) found his way to medical school with the guidance of faculty and staff
Dorothy Leal went from La Mirada to Nepal to Mexico and to Oklahoma to use her passions and skills in teaching.
Dr. Sherri McClurg provides thousands of displaced children with hope
Cook School of Intercultural Studies alumnus Erik Bentley teaches English in Narita City, Japan.
Eden DeLaVara (’22) uses both her intercultural studies bachelor’s degree and art minor to express herself and what she believes in
Joshua Williams finished at the University of Southern California as part of the partnership with Biola for their 3+2 engineering program
Tyler Hormel (B.S. ’15) will join as senior consultant
Biola-affiliated authors from publications like Winsome Conviction and Simple Trinity are honored by Christianity Today
Bethany Wearden is using her film background to encourage creativity through partnership and advocacy
Sierra Stoltzfus (’20) shares how her internship led to her first industry job
Biola Public Relations alumna gains national attention for her new business venture
Sofia Silva (’19) is training for a career in entertainment business law
Rebecca Baliko (’20) entered the film industry at the height of the pandemic
Olivia Hernandez (’14) finished her DGA training in January
Joshua Sikora (’06) takes a deeper look into filmmaker Terrence Malick in his book 'A Critical Companion to Terrence Malick'
McCarty shares about his journey working in the film industry and his most recent project
Andrés Aragón (’19) is one of five nominees recognized for the American Society of Cinematography 2020 Student Heritage Award
Director and writer Calen Coates (’18) overcame difficulties while shooting the film to eventually secure it a spot on Amazon Prime Video
Ulrich produced the film with his wife, alumna Julianna Ulrich
Recent Cinema & Media Arts graduate uses her knowledge gained in the classroom to develop her VR career