La Sierra University News

La Sierra students and faculty have traveled to Jordan to assist in the Madaba Plains Project. At right is Gary Huffaker, and far right is Kent Bramlett with Doug Clark. To see more pictures and read the weekly updates from the trip, read the article.

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Charter Communications is featuring La Sierra biologist Lee Grismer in a news clip following CNN Headline News. He talks about his lab’s research in Southeast Asian jungles and shows a 17-foot reticulated python. Read more and access the clip.

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La Sierra students head for a Navajo region devastated by a recently lifted law that prevented basic home repair. Their goals include repairing dilapidated residences.

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In an effort to reduce utility costs and to be environmentally friendly, the Administration Building will begin working a compressed work week on June 20, 2010. Read the rest of the article for the summer office hours.

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La Sierra University graduates 334 awesome students on June 13. Congratulations Class of 2010!

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A Riverside boy is inspired by a SIFE ethics project to make special, bubbly shoes for his grandmother in India. La Sierra University’s School of Business honored is caring and creativity on May 26.

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The La Sierra Symphony Orchestra will perform the works of renowned composers Ernest Bloch and Franz Schubert on Sunday. The concert will feature cellist Selena Xu.

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Come listen to the Big Band play the toe-tappin' tunes of such classic composer/performers as Goodwin, Coltrane, the Beatles and Tijuana Brass.

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Carol Chaikin, a graduate of Boston’s Berklee College of Music and long-time stage and studio saxophonist, will showcase her talent June 2 with the Carol Chaikin Quartet. Free admission!

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  • Last update on  September 26, 2014