La Sierra University News

The first-ever National Summit on Adventist Education rounded up a wide range of views and ideas.

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Award-winning pianist Akane Iida earns a top prize in the event of her dreams and learns some lessons along the way.

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La Sierra University is beginning classes for its new Bachelor of Science degree program in criminal justice. Students will train for a variety of careers in public safety, forensic science, corrections, private security, court administration and other fields.

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The La Sierra University library is exhibiting an intriguing display of Bibles, from a facsimile of the famed Gutenberg, Bibles in foreign languages to this year's Andrews Study Bible.

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Record numbers of students have enrolled at La Sierra University this fall quarter. According to figures released by the university, 2,098 students registered at the start of the current school year.

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Improv players present an unplanned evening of who knows what will happen next? Matheson Hall, Oct. 9. Don't miss this fun show!

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L.A./Riverside developer Mark Rubin takes the chairmanship of the La Sierra University Foundation while his wife, Pam Rubin, chairs the foundation at the University of California, Riverside. The couple has a long history of philanthropy and community service in the region.

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Ron Kalina, harmonica virtuoso, will lead Wednesday’s quartet at LSU’s Pierce Street Jazz. His group includes Theo Saunders, Ramon Banda and Henry Franklin. These topflight musicians have played with the industry’s greats.

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Andrew Byrom’s award-winning typographical design is on display at Brandstater Gallery through October. Don’t miss his intriguing, three-dimensional work!

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La Sierra held its annual convocation on Sept. 30 and celebrated its largest freshman class. President Randal Wisbey advised students in a poignant address to keep a “holy curiosity.”

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  • Last update on  August 04, 2015