Words from the wise: Living as the family of God
Provost Dr. David Nystrom calls students to be cautious when using social media, and discourages any cruel or discriminatory behavior encouraged by the anonymity of these sites.
Biola needs more conversation about discrimination
Benita Fatusin discusses racial discrimination and considers the importance of seeing someone as more than their ethnic group.
Sexuality and the church
Amanda Hilpert rejects the idea that sex and Christianity are mutually exclusive, and encourages believers of the importance of open, honest dialogue regarding a beautiful expression of intimacy created by God.
Censorship should serve a bigger purpose
Conrad Frommelt examines the purpose of censorship and questions whether or not it is being used correctly.
Scholarships should focus on merit to promote equality
Ashleigh Fox argues that scholarships should remain solely merit-based, while financial aid should remain strictly need-based.
Biola’s façades of niceness
Micah Mathis urges students at Biola to practice authenticity rather than prolong the facade of niceness that has come to define campus culture.
How we should love
Conrad Frommelt and Catherine Streng reiterate that our differing beliefs regarding homosexuality should not be used as a justification to treat others with less dignity than they deserve.