Art Symposium offers free events for all majors

Jessica Schildt, Writer

March 1, 2012

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Students have a rare opportunity this week to hear from world-renowned speakers and artists by attending Biola’s seventh annual Art Symposium, which begins Thursday, March 1, and will continue through Sunday, March 4. A four-day...

Jefferson Bethke performs spoken word at Biola

Tyler Davis, Writer

February 28, 2012

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A crowd of hundreds gathered at Sutherland Hall on Feb. 23 to see Internet sensation Jefferson Bethke. Bethke is the man behind the immensely popular and controversial spoken word poetry YouTube video “Why I Hate Religion But Love Jesus.” This video spread like wil...

Black Student Association pays tribute to Black History Month

Cassandra Gonzales, Writer

February 22, 2012

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A Caf dinner on Feb. 23 will continue the portrayal of the theme representing this year’s university-wide celebration of Black History Month, “Painting a Picture of Black Beauty.” Events dedicated to the theme began on...

Students share perspectives on SCORR conference

Lena Smith, Writer

February 15, 2012

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Biola University will host the 16th annual Student Congress on Racial Reconciliation on Feb. 24 and 25. This year’s conference theme, taken from Isaiah 56:7, is “A House of Prayer for All Peoples.” Students, staff and faculty...

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