Former U.S. Army Sergeant Jason Ross survived two tours of duty in Iraq, then returned stateside armed with military discipline and faith in God, and tackled a different set of challenges.
Approximately 350 La Sierra University graduates will obtain their diplomas on June 16, and receive words of inspiration from one of California’s newest legislators before heading down different paths.
When “Mary Poppins” movie characters Michael and Jane Banks send out a request for the right kind of nanny, they get what they wish for and much more.
It began as an entrepreneurship class assignment in La Sierra University’s Zapara School of Business – develop a viable venture and demonstrate market acceptance through social media.
Careful preparation, performance excellence, and values orientation – these are the main criteria for achieving success, according to retired United States Air Force Colonel Bob Krone.
During the last week of April, Riverside County Superior Court Judge Bernard Schwartz drove to La Sierra University’s Criminal Justice campus in Corona to teach a weekly course, “Rules of Evidence.