This spring, join the La Sierra community in meeting some of the amazing animals we share this planet with! The La Sierra University Communication Club is offering students discounted tickets to the San Diego Safari Park.
From February 3 to February 6, La Sierra University students had the opportunity to experience “The Compassion Experience.” This experience provided an eye-opening experience to local communities, which allow visitors to see the world through the perspective of a child in poverty.
The University’s new cheer squad, the Golden Sparks, first debuted during a half-time performance at a men’s basketball game on Dec. 2, 2017. Since then, the squad has continued to hype the crowds at Eagle’s games and University events.
"For many of us who have grown up in the Seventh-day Adventist tradition, we have at one point heard, read, or witnessed first hand the nature of belonging to this particular group of believers. "Read more for the full story.
"REVO is a non-profit organization here at La Sierra University known for its annual fashion show. It’s completely student run; all the designers, models, and team members are fellow students. The best part is that all the profits from the show go to a charity selected that year" Read more to see the whole interview.
On Feb. 8, 2018 The Arts + Design Department displayed the photographs to recognize the grief that usually goes unnoticed in the community. Director of Art + Design, Terrill Thomas, allowed the students total freedom on this project.
On Feb. 6, 2018, Elon Musk, the CEO of SpaceX and Tesla, launched the world’s most powerful rocket into space. With the Falcon heavy Launch, the New York Times claims that the launch “marks an important milestone in spaceflight.”
Criterion is excited to share the first episode of our podcast. Listen as we sit down with Dr. Maury Jackson and discuss practically theology, the future of racism, and the importance of Black History Month. Join in on the conversation!
Students and staff recognize the work of La Sierra University’s digital photography class exhibit, Disenfranchised Grief. Featuring artist deepest pains that are delegitimized, rendered invisible, or unsupported by society.