Enrollment spikes … again

By Gabriela Ciurcu Staff Writer For the third year in a row, The Master’s University will set a new record for the number of incoming students. Currently, there are 775 accepted students, and the university is expecting at least 400 of them to start in the fall. Morgan Valaika, associate director of recruiting, explains that,Continue reading “Enrollment spikes … again”

A shepherd’s heart: Harry Walls

By Gabriela Ciurcu Staff Writer “Harry is just a great shepherd. He is not just like a decision-maker but he does stuff with a shepherd’s heart. He is caring and he is concerned in a great way” – Jonny Ardavanis At the age of ten, an important lesson has impacted the campus pastor and viceContinue reading “A shepherd’s heart: Harry Walls”

Modesty: Where do we draw the line?

By Gabriela Ciurcu, Staff Writer In a world where the fashion industry screams loud, where do we draw the line of modesty? The discussion of this topic can be considered unpleasant but inevitable, especially with the current fashion standards.  The Master’s University promotes and upholds the biblical principle of modesty. As expressed in the studentContinue reading “Modesty: Where do we draw the line?”

Dr. Chou affirmed as full-time president

By Gabriela Ciurcu, Staff Writer During a meeting in February, TMU’s Board of Directors voted unanimously to affirm Dr. Abner Chou as full-time president of The Master’s University, effective May 6. Dr. Chou, who has served as interim president since 2021, becomes the school’s fifth full-time president and sixth overall since its inception in 1927. Continue reading “Dr. Chou affirmed as full-time president”

Behind the scenes of theatre arts

By  Gabriela Ciurcu, Staff Writer This semester, under the directing of Tricia Hulet, theatre arts is putting together the musical “Daddy Long Legs.” Opening Night is scheduled for March 25.  According to the theatre arts page on TMU’s website, the play, which is based on a novel from 1912 by Jean Webster, is, “a heartwarmingContinue reading “Behind the scenes of theatre arts”