At the end of every spring semester, residential students at Vanguard University move out of their dorms and into wherever they will be living over the summer. Over the school year, VU students living in the dorms tend to accumulate more material goods than they moved in with. For this reason, students moving out of their dorms who can't bring everything with them tend to throw away a lot of their things at the end of the year, even valuable … [Read more] about End of Year Move Out: What Do VU Students Throw Away?
On February 23, 2023, Vanguard University’s Departments of Theology and History and Political Science hosted a screening of the documentary Hope in the Holy Land. This documentary captures the journey of an Orange County Christian named Tom Morehead (director … [Read more] about Hope in the Holy Land Documentary Screening
The Global Education and Outreach (GEO) Center at Vanguard University is holding their annual Take Off Fair on March 8th, 2023, where students will sell goods and services to fundraise for study abroad and outreach trips. With the Take Off Fair quickly … [Read more] about Summer 2023: Where Will GEO Go?
Attention all Vanguard students: now is the time to register for the Ensure Justice conference coming up on March 3rd and 4th! The Global Center for Women and Justice (GCWJ) puts on an annual conference for attendees to learn how they can prevent human … [Read more] about Time to Register for Ensure Justice!
By Emily Miller Many Christians have opinions on contemporary Christian music (CCM). Some love it, and some hate it. CCM has faced many critiques, one of which being that it focuses more on ourselves and how we feel about God than it does on God, His … [Read more] about Are the Songs in Chapel More About God, or Us?
By Emily Miller Everyone knows how Hallmark Christmas movies go even if they’ve never seen one before. A small town girl who owns a bakery comes across a big city hotshot man who wants to shut down her business just before the town Christmas baking … [Read more] about A Hallmark Christmas Film Review
By Emily Miller Currently in the United States, Native American and Alaskan Native women face a disproportionate amount of gender-based violence, mostly perpetrated by non-Native men. The federal laws and Supreme Court decisions regarding tribal … [Read more] about The Epidemic of Violence Against Native American Women
By Emily Miller On Thursday, October 20th, Vanguard University’s Live2Free club held their 7th annual Fair Trade Fashion Show. Live2Free and the Global Center for Women and Justice partnered alongside Goodwill of Orange County, the Human Trafficking Task … [Read more] about Live2Free’s 7th Annual Fair Trade Fashion Show
This semester, for the first time ever, the Department of Biological Sciences at Vanguard University is starting a chapter of TriBeta, the National Biological Honor Society. This will be the first time that biology students at Vanguard will have the … [Read more] about First Ever Biology Honor Society at Vanguard University
Since the start of the pandemic in 2020, antisemitic hate crimes and social media has increased globally. This includes physical and verbal assault, vandalism, the spreading of Nazi hate symbols, antisemitic social media posts, antisemitic beliefs and … [Read more] about Increasing Antisemitism During COVID-19 Pandemic
On Saturday, February 5, former U.S. Ambassador John Cotton Richmond collaborated with the Global Center for Women and Justice for a discussion on global human trafficking trends, supply chains, and risk mitigation in the Seymour Sanctuary at Vanguard … [Read more] about U.S. Ambassador Richmond on Human Trafficking