Dr. Plew retiring as dean of music after 43 years of melodious leadership

By Luke Fitzgerald Staff Writer During music major Sabastian Salazar’s first semester at The Master’s University, he had a bit of a surprise when he met the dean of music. Salazar tells about how he saw two older gentlemen speaking outside the music department and he introduced himself to them, asking who they were. OneContinue reading “Dr. Plew retiring as dean of music after 43 years of melodious leadership”

TMU graduates making a difference as public school teachers

By Somy Madeoy Staff Writer After graduating from The Master’s University, various alumni are now public-school teachers. Three of them are Micayla Zide, a 7th-grade science teacher, Susana Nestor, current 3rd-grade teacher, Esther Kuiper, a 5th-grade teacher and Kate Zegan, who taught biology, earth science, anatomy and SDAI (kids with English as their second language)Continue reading “TMU graduates making a difference as public school teachers”

Monty’s: Behind the scenes

By Somy Madeoy Staff Writer The Monty’s, a talent show, held for the last 15 years, has morphed into the big spring event. Previously, students would go off-campus to Los Angeles, or the event would be held in the MacArthur center. Since the event has long been in circulation, the team has aimed to expressContinue reading “Monty’s: Behind the scenes”

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”

Newhall’s farmer’s market has something for everyone

By Steven Barrera and Luke Fitzgerald Staff Writers On any Saturday morning, rain or shine, a bustling sight greets visitors outside the Old Town Newhall Library on Lyons. Pop-ups and booths of every color line the parking lot. Walking through the crowd, you can see a booth selling strawberry and pineapple tamales. The smell ofContinue reading “Newhall’s farmer’s market has something for everyone”

Cop that Vintage: Where fashion finds a second life

By Steven Barrera Staff Writer Many students wait until after college to chase their dreams but that is not the case for Ryan Fooks, Leroy Thompson, and Regan Noll. The three have gone into selling vintage clothing. They created an Instagram account called copthat_vintage where they showcase some of their inventory and make announcements. TheContinue reading “Cop that Vintage: Where fashion finds a second life”

God’s grace in the life of TMU’s beloved Dr. Chou

By Gurgen Sahakyan Staff Writer Every believer’s testimony is highlighted by one miracle: the sinner being dead in their transgressions but being saved by the grace of the Lord Jesus Christ. The President of The Master’s University, Dr. Abner Chou, experienced this grace of God in his life, and since then the Lord has raisedContinue reading “God’s grace in the life of TMU’s beloved Dr. Chou”

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?”