The big cope: COVID-19 and the university student – by Faith Wismer

The Master’s University is one of the few universities across the nation that decided to keep their doors open for the 2020-2021 school year. Though it is a blessing to the faculty, staff and students to be a part of the university in person, enduring this year has been a challenge; many restrictions were placedContinue reading “The big cope: COVID-19 and the university student – by Faith Wismer”

Orchestrating that beautiful sound – By Alex Nuñez

The orchestra exploded in sound as the first measure of the piece was played. The percussion in the back sounded, ringing in support of the melody. Instruments from the brass family seemed to have a conversation as they sounded back and forth, different beats and syncopation ringing out in the room as the strings grewContinue reading “Orchestrating that beautiful sound – By Alex Nuñez”

Saved to Serve – By Adam Brewer

Every fall and spring, year after year, new students come to The Master’s University for the first time. This academic year ushered in the largest group of incoming students the school has seen in years. The shady seats under a large oak tree by King Hall, the gym and the stairs to the cafeteria haveContinue reading “Saved to Serve – By Adam Brewer”