In his dissertation, the Cook School of Intercultural Studies alumnus explored how transcultural workers can effectively and positively work with international students
Students will be equipped for licensure as marriage and family therapists in the state of California upon completion of the biblically integrated program.
Conversations, activities and competitions educate students on the importance of healthy sleep habits in a culture of sleeplessness and busyness.
A new pop album released by David Gungor and John Arndt’s group, The Brilliance, features Biola music students
"The Museum of Precious Moments" is an art exhibit that pays homage to familiar aspects of Christian culture
The Quantitative Consulting Center has recently been launched to assist students and local businesses with their statistical research needs
Torrey Honors College Professor Matt Jenson Releases New Book, “Theology in the Democracy of the Dead”
Matt Jenson’s new book invites readers into the living tradition of theology’s past
Michael Maples, co-founder of Trumark Companies, gave the Fall 2019 commencement address
Three students participated in the 2019 Mathematical Association of America Putnam Competition
Torrey Honors professor hopes to lay a new foundation for Jeremiah studies
Biola’s Center for Christianity, Culture and the Arts Advent devotionals feature art, music and poetry
Professors Jamie Sanchez and Julianne Bryant will lead new research funded by grants from the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities
Liz Hall and Laura Dryjanska recognized by national psychology association divisions
The Spring 2019 Issue of The Point was one of just 14 recipients of the prestigious award given by the Associated Collegiate Press