La Sierra University News
In an effort to broaden its social media reach, engage with, entertain and inform our followers, La Sierra University will hold its first-ever Twitter contest, a ‘live tweet’ event testing followers’ knowledge of Seventh-day Adventist historical facts.
John Philip Sousa, John Williams, Claude-Michel Schonberg – the works of these renowned composers which have inspired millions, will be included on a varied program performed by La Sierra University’s Wind Ensemble this weekend.
The work of three La Sierra University senior art majors is as varied as their intended career paths, drawing viewers inside divergent perspectives, emotions and concepts.
It was the experience of a lifetime, at least thus far, for the young members of La Sierra University’s Chamber Singers, a first performance on a professional stage with a regional orchestra.
This July, sports medicine legend and La Sierra University alumnus Frank Jobe will receive one of the highest honors a civilian can get from the professional sports world – a special recognition from the National Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, N.Y. during Hall of Fame Weekend 2013.
For the third consecutive year, La Sierra University’s students held a popular fashion show and musical event aimed at benefitting those in need.
George Mason University economics professor Bryan Caplan delivered thought-provoking views on immigration during a recent lecture.