La Sierra University News

At 4:30 a.m. on a Sunday morning, after writing three rough drafts of a play and fueled mainly by “sheer motivation,” Ruthie Heavrin’s script was finished.

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On Sat., Nov. 2, a quintet of classical musicians whose performance credits include work with some of the nation’s top orchestras, will perform orchestral and chamber music at La Sierra University.

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Two missionary/educator couples, Horace and Rosayle Kelly, and Paul and Lorna Allred, will be inducted into La Sierra University’s Path of the Just during special services scheduled for October 26.

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When residents of Costa Mesa and other Southern California cities cut down their trees, the tall woody plants may end up as intriguing works of art in a gallery rather than as landfill trash.

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The region’s violin players and music students will have an opportunity next week to learn from one of the era’s great classical talents.

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La Sierra University Church so values its mission to serve La Sierra University’s students it vets potential new hires for their level of interest in supporting the adjacent campus.

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An award-winning composer from New Hampshire will guest conduct a band festival concert at La Sierra University, and premiere a piece he wrote for the event.

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Martin Doblmeier, an award-winning producer of documentaries on religion and spirituality debuted his latest film at La Sierra University on Sept. 1 in a special preview.

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  • Last update on  September 26, 2014