Bias is everywhere. There’s every reason to think it costs you.
Head coach Kevin Judd will have the only men’s varsity team in the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference.
In print, this alumni magazine has always looked the way Michael Lynn Adams ’72 thought best.
By the end of this year, the old cafeteria will reopen as a headquarters for student life, student government and experiential learning. Melinda Roper, the top administrator in student affairs, envisions this well-lighted place as one where aims in life grow a little clearer.
Beginning with this year’s graduates, master’s degree students in counselor education are all embarking on journeys of self-discovery.
In cyber security, others will see you as an obstacle to innovation or a drain on budgets. You’ll wonder whether you’re crazy.
The younger you are, the more good a good landing will do you, later.
Through two early strokes, paralysis, a great college course and a near-death experience, this 2004 graduate found her purpose in life.
A neurologist and MBA alumnus says that advances in computers and imaging will transform the treatment of brain diseases. Dr. Lorne S. Label will speak on campus April 10 at the third annual Cell Biology Symposium.
Terry Rommereim ’78, M.Div. ’86, makes his rounds on a Friday morning at the VA hospital in Fresno.