The sixth annual Festival of One Acts will feature the talents of University student directors sharing their artistic visions in six one-act plays.
Students from three states presented papers on a variety of topics during the fourth annual Natures conference.
Long Beach artist Kimiko Miyoshi‚Äôs show in Brandstater Gallery is based in part on a work by a famous poet.
With a double cast that includes children from Loma Linda and La Sierra academies, La Sierra‚Äôs music department is producing the beloved musical, ‚ÄúThe Sound of Music.‚Äù
Dr. Najeeba Syeed-Miller will deliver the 2012 Paul J. Landa Memorial Lecture entitled ‚ÄúThe Promise and Challenge of Muslim-Christian Relations in the United States.‚Äù
Dr. David Biggs, associate history professor at the University of California, Riverside will give a plenary address and a seminar on Feb. 17 for the Natures 2012 conference.
Tom and Vi Zapara School of Business groundbreaking draws hundreds, including local and state officials, building‚Äôs donors are honored.
Two violinists, a violist and a cellist whose performance experiences have taken them around the nation and the world will grace La Sierra‚Äôs stage this Saturday.
La Sierra University will celebrate the first steps toward construction of a new, $16 million business school.
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