La Sierra University News

On May 3, LSU’s golf team will play in the first of five tournaments aimed at raising money for various causes, including renovation of La Sierra’s soccer fields.

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On April 17, the Class of 1960 held their 50-year class reunion, as part of the La Sierra University Homecoming weekend.

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La Sierra’s year-old Center for Philanthropy, led by fundraising expert Dr. Jim Erickson, will roll out a series of free, philanthropy strategy courses for organizations that aid infants and young children. Offered in four, six-week installments over two years, the first course begins May 4. Don’t miss out!

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While the federal government awards two states millions from the new Race to the Top education grant program, La Sierra’s Sandra Balli addresses a key component of education reform in her book on teacher excellence.

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Brandstater Gallery to exhibit works of 32 students and announce prizes in LSU’s first juried art show. Opening reception and awards ceremony is April 12, 6 p.m. Don’t miss it!

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REVO, a charity fund-raising movement, is coming to La Sierra on April 18, with unique fashion, beautiful art and finger-snapping music. All the fun is for a good cause – the Gakoni Orphanage in Rwanda.

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Pierce Street Jazz presents the Phil Ranelin Quartet, April 7, 7 p.m. Ranelin, co-founder of Detroit’s famed 1970s label Tribe Records, is an acclaimed jazz trombonist and former Freddie Hubbard sideman. Come listen to these top musicians. Free Admission!

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On March 31, 2010, the Adventist Review posted on its website an article—“Evolution Controversy Stirs La Sierra Campus." The university has additional information regarding the issues raised in the piece.

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  • Last update on  September 26, 2014