Sing to Jesus: The pursuit of Emma Erickson

By Abigail Perkins, Staff Writer Emma Erickson is a gifted singer and a familiar face to many on campus. A student in the midst of her sophomore year at The Master’s University, Erickson’s talent has equipped her for various roles on campus. She is a member of the prestigious singing group, The Master’s Chorale. SheContinue reading “Sing to Jesus: The pursuit of Emma Erickson”

The future of “Women to Women”

By Abigail Perkins, Staff Writer Many students are unaware of what “Women to Women,” an annual event hosted by The Master’s University, actually entails. The event, more formally referred to as “Women Discipling Women,” has traditionally occurred at least once during the school year; however, it has not transpired in recent years due to theContinue reading “The future of “Women to Women””

Mission focus: Elijah Kellogg, missionary in residence

By Somy Madeoy, Staff Writer Elijah Kellogg is a missionary in residence at The Master’s university, a part of campus at The Master’s University that mentors international students and disciples those interested in missions. Kellogg uses his experience as an overseas missionary and current pastor to serve the school in these areas. His role isContinue reading “Mission focus: Elijah Kellogg, missionary in residence”

Comm. Dept. Winterim brings students together from various majors

By Danielle Gallegos, Staff Writer While the Winterim production usually calls for communication students, specifically ones with the emphasis in Cinema and Digital Arts, according to professor Matt Green, the Winterim production is open to students of all majors.  This was the case for senior Alyssa Fraley, who is a music major with an emphasisContinue reading “Comm. Dept. Winterim brings students together from various majors”

Rowland leads TMU’s handbell choir through its 40th year

By Luke Fitzgerald, Staff Writer The classroom EHC 100 seems like it was made for worship, and no wonder. This spacious room is a converted church chapel. There have probably been thousands of hymns and worship songs sung inside its walls. Now, all sorts of lectures from Bible to philosophy are heard from the podium.Continue reading “Rowland leads TMU’s handbell choir through its 40th year”

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”

Winterim set designers trade time off for a creative outlet

By Marissa Soto, Staff Writer The Master’s University Communication Department held its fourth annual Winterim session in January. The Winterim classes are designed for students to earn three credits in merely a week rather than a full semester. This year’s Winterim is fashioned to film for a television show pilot, “The Shade.” There are sixContinue reading “Winterim set designers trade time off for a creative outlet”

Swords and ministry? Local park outreach has students buzzing

By Steven Barrera, Staff Writer If you are looking for something fun to do on a Saturday mornings, Sword of the Christian Ministries has the perfect thing for you.  Sword of the Christian Ministries teaches the team martial art of Evach Lahak, which started in the 1980’s in southern California. Lahak focuses as much onContinue reading “Swords and ministry? Local park outreach has students buzzing”

From Italy to the SCV: TMU’s Martino shines

By Steven Barrera, Staff Writer Adjusting  to a new team can be tough for many college athletes, but Italian born Giorgio Martino has had to adjust to living in a new country as well.  For Martino, The Master’s University was not his first stop to America as he had previously played soccer at Arizona WesternContinue reading “From Italy to the SCV: TMU’s Martino shines”

“This is the fun side of the campus”

By Luke Fitzgerald, Staff Writer The MacArthur Center is one of the first buildings seen by visitors of The Master’s University. A large, impressive front with glass walls and a wide fountain before it welcomes all comers. Next to it, Trophy coffee buzzes. But on the back side of the building, a different kind ofContinue reading ““This is the fun side of the campus””