La Sierra University News

Rock gecko faces down Singapore cement company

A two-inch-long rock gecko, darkly mottled in browns, greens and yellows crawled peacefully along limestone cliffs in the jungles of Malaysia last summer, unaware that its home was in serious jeopardy.

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Wind Ensemble to perform unique “Anniversaries” concert

A work with recorded soundscape, an anime video composition and a piece recognizing a famed Trans-Antarctic expedition – the La Sierra University Wind Ensemble will offer these and other unique musical experiences in a performance this Saturday evening.

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As with most entrepreneurial concepts, Dan Harvey Lee’s new product idea took root when he discovered an unfilled need in the marketplace.

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La Sierra violin prof launches OC studio

International violinist and professor Jason Uyeyama has launched a teaching studio in nearby Orange County, with the purpose of mentoring and nurturing emerging musical talent.

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Poet Laureate Herrera to deliver Distinguished Lecture

When award-winning author and poet Juan Felipe Herrera began researching his book on courageous Hispanic Americans, he was mystified by the lack of available resources.

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Scholar to present new take on forgiveness in Book of Romans

A United Methodist minister and renowned New Testament scholar will deliver an annual address at La Sierra University this month and present a different view on the issue of forgiveness in the Book of Romans as it is commonly understood.

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An Egyptian artist whose clients have included the United Nations, The Franklin Mint, and The Bradford Exchange will exhibit his first U.S. show in Riverside this month.

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From a statistical point of view, it was highly improbable that an in-depth, comprehensive study on Seventh-day Adventist education would transpire, much less lead to a PBS documentary on the matter.

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A long-standing La Sierra University excavation in Jordan under threat of development stands a chance of survival following a pivotal discussion last week at Amman’s Jordan Museum.

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  • Last update on  September 26, 2014