Story Archives — Jocelyn Meza
Halloween costumes prompt cultural discussion
Shallow grasp of cultural appropriation in costume choice causes offense.
Choosing voting and volunteering
Student shares her political campaign volunteering experience in light of voter reluctance.
Hispanic cuisine unites cultures
Unidos club host annual Latin kitchen event.
Couples who go deeper together, stay together
Annual marriage conference urges couples to enhance in knowledge.
SCOTUS heard oral arguments for contraception case
While Biola’s birth control case remains under injunction, a similar case filed by religious affiliated schools and nonprofits is being presented to the Supreme Court.
First-generation scholars rise
Two floors in Blackstone Hall will integrate a total of 30 first-generation students beginning in fall 2016.
Young Ones play off of Young Once
In response to Canadian-made docuseries, “Young Once,” Biola students create parody.