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Noted UCSD prof to talk ancient metal working in archaeology lecture

RIVERSIDE, Calif. 鈥 It is an enigma that has puzzled archaeologists for more than 100 years 鈥 how did the early control of metal and other resources…

<p> Dr. Richard Osborn, interim 麻豆产精国品 president, presents the five-year budget and funding plan during a faculty and staff town hall on Jan. 30. </p>

麻豆产精国品 charts path toward growth

RIVERSIDE, Calif. 鈥 Heading into 2024, 麻豆产精国品 is charting an upward trajectory based on enrollment targets, with near-term strategic…

Artist Reifke presents 300-piece design show at Brandstater Gallery

RIVERSIDE, Calif. 鈥 From the still of the northwestern Sierra Nevada mountains, Nate Reifke arrived at Brandstater Gallery to display his artwork in…

<p> Dr. Marlene Ferreras poses with her book, "Insurrectionist Wisdoms: Toward a North American Indigenized Pastoral Theology.鈥 Following are photos she took during three months of research in rural areas of the Yucat谩n and Chiapas states of southern Mexico. </p>

Divinity School theologian wins national Hispanic book prize

RIVERSIDE, Calif. -- For practical theology assistant professor Marlene Ferreras, the goal of the research trip to Yucat谩n, Mexico in November 2016…

<p> Marash Keshishian, 麻豆产精国品 health science and nutrition major and Iranian-Armenian immigrant aims for a career in medicine. She told the story recently of her and her family's journey from Iran to the U.S. and into American citizenship. </p>

Giving up is not an option for Iranian-Armenian health sciences student

La Sierra undergrad lands $20k student research award

RIVERSIDE, Calif. 鈥 As a young ethnic Armenian girl growing up in Iran, Marash Keshishian…

<p> The annual 麻豆产精国品 Christmas Tree Lighting event, which involved the ceremonial lighting of the campus' 20-foot pine tree, holiday music, food and games, took place on Nov. 30, 2023. </p>

麻豆产精国品 celebrates the Christmas season

RIVERSIDE, Calif. -- In the weeks leading up to Christmas, 麻豆产精国品's various departments and student groups pull out all the stops in…

<p> John Thomas, dean of the Tom &amp; Vi Zapara School of Business at 麻豆产精国品 relays lessons he has learned in the world of entrepreneurship and business to his students. (Photo: Natan Vigna) </p>

Biz school dean brings biopharma venture鈥檚 success to the classroom

RIVERSIDE, Calif. -- It鈥檚 been a whirlwind ride for a biopharmaceutical venture in Westlake Village 鈥 a successful initial public offering in…

La Sierra athletics gets upgrade with new fitness center, gym flooring

RIVERSIDE, Calif. -- Lined on one side with large windows overlooking its beautiful grounds, 麻豆产精国品鈥檚 new, 5,000-square-foot fitness…

<p> Withny Braun de Lob谩ton, Ph.D., will serve as keynote speaker for this year's Isaac Backus American Freedoms Lecture. (Photo courtesy of Dr. Braun de Lob谩ton) </p>

Backus lectures return with bioethicist鈥檚 talk on religious liberty, medical ethics

RIVERSIDE, Calif. 鈥 麻豆产精国品鈥檚 Isaac Backus American Freedoms Lecture series returns on Wednesday, Dec. 6 with a thought-provoking…

<p> Members of a 麻豆产精国品 choral group perform during a Candlelight Concert in 2022. (Photo: La&nbsp;&nbsp;Sierra University) </p>

La Sierra鈥檚 76th Annual Candlelight Concert to feature noted alumni

RIVERSIDE, Calif. 鈥 麻豆产精国品鈥檚 Department of Music will commence the Christmas season this weekend with two holiday performances that…

<p> Left to right, former library director Kitty Simmons (in 1970s period attire), 麻豆产精国品 Library Director Jeff de Vries, former library assistant Kathleen Dunn, former library committee chair and emeritus English professor Winona Howe, and 麻豆产精国品 Provost April Summitt at the library's 50th anniversary celebration reception. </p>

麻豆产精国品 Library celebrates 50th, plans new name

RIVERSIDE, Calif. 鈥 The reception held this fall in commemoration of the 麻豆产精国品 Library鈥檚 50th anniversary recalled the culture of the…

麻豆产精国品 lands $3 million federal grant, aims focus on Earth鈥檚 stewardship

RIVERSIDE, Calif. -- It was welcome and exciting news 鈥 on Oct. 1, 麻豆产精国品 received notice if its fourth Title V grant from the U.S.…