Deaf culture: actions speak louder than words

November 16, 2007

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Actor and comedian C.J. Jones, Miss America of 1995 Heather Whitestone McCallum, and even historic figure Helen Keller, all achieved something great in their life, despite having one thing in common: being deaf. Deaf culture...

Shoe drive cements connection between Biola and downtown

November 9, 2007

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Shoes donated through the new “Steps from Hope” campaign serve as both a reminder of Biola’s rich past and a perspective on the mission-filled future of the university as it celebrates one hundred years. Though the Saturday...

Pranks abound on campus

November 1, 2007

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From changing the Emerson "Home of Men" sign to "Homo Men" to putting a goose in a rival floor’s bathroom, pranks have been a large part of the Biola student experience over the past years. Vanguard students came to the Biola...

Dusting off the Ashes

Dusting off the Ashes

November 1, 2007

Making sense out of investing

October 29, 2007

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You can’t keep track of where you’re spending your money. You’re paying high tuition so you’re applying for loans, but you’re worried about how you’re going to pay your debt after college. You need more money fast....

A season of saving

October 29, 2007

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The word “investment” may spark excitement in the minds of some individuals while igniting anxiety in others. However, regardless of your major or familiarity with stocks, the Crowell School of Business Investment Society...

In high-speed world, online resources help students keep up

October 13, 2007

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In this day and age, the Internet seems like the one-stop everything for college students. Take, for example, a freshman Biola student living in Horton Hall. He can sit down in front of his iBook G4 — the sleek black version,...

Forensics team takes first place at national tournament

October 8, 2007

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When the word “forensics” comes up in conversation, a general reaction is some sort of reference to CSI. However, the Biola Forensics Team has nothing to do with crime scenes and dead bodies, but is actually the nationally-ranked...

Winning the battle of the blues

October 5, 2007

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Loneliness is pervasive, especially during your first year of school. October can often be the hardest time of the year, especially for freshman. The rosy first blush of school has worn off, you know your way around campus, and...

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