La Sierra University News

Is there too much stress in your day? Laughter may be just the right prescription for lightening the load. A new class with Dr. Bill Andress will teach students the psychological and physical benefits of humor.

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La Sierra University has completed construction of a more than 1.3-mile perimeter fence and four gates are scheduled to begin regular operational hours on March 19.

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The La Sierra University Opera Theater, which recently performed its first full-length opera, will take a two-hour portion of “The Magic Flute” to the Riverside Art Museum on March 11.

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LSU alumna Michelle Jacobsen put her political aspirations on hold to volunteer at an orphanage in Rwanda. Now she’s considering a career in international service.

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The LSU Wind Ensemble, under direction of Dr. Ken Narducci, will give its debut performance on March 11 at the College Band Directors National Association's West/Northwest Conference in Reno, Nev.

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Spice up your weekend with the rich, mesmerizing guitar music of Spain and Latin America. La Sierra adjunct guitar Professor Lee Zimmer will present a recital March 7 of exciting works by a wide range of composers.

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Pierce Street Jazz tunes up another evening of top-notch music with the Theo Saunders Quartet this Wednesday evening. Saunders, pianist, director and composer, leads the group of experienced stage and studio musicians.

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Saxophones, clarinets, flutes, oboe, bassoon – hear them all in a concert of La Sierra University’s best woodwind chamber music this Wednesday evening.

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  • Last update on  August 04, 2015