The ABLE club seeks to use outreach events to raise awareness and advocacy for those with disabilities through outreach events. According to Kerry Kimble, club founder and staff leader, ABLE stands for awareness, boldness, leadership, empowerment. It is … [Read more] about ABLE Makes Mission to Break Disability Stigma
What started off as a Caf experiment has turned into a fully contracted business between Vanguard University, Bon Appetit, and junior Ashley Bassett. Bassett’s business, Sweet Squares, specializes in ice cream sandwiched by two mini waffles made from a … [Read more] about Sweet Squares Satisfies Sugary Cravings on Campus
Studying abroad is more affordable than students may think. Scholarships are available for students who wish to study abroad, but deadlines are closing soon. Kayli Hillebrand, Director of the Global Education and Outreach (GEO), is a vital part of the … [Read more] about Can Studying Abroad Be Affordable?
It’s officially spooky season and Halloween is around the corner. For many of you, the thought of picking costumes and coordinating with friends is fun and exciting—endless possibilities flood your group chats and Pinterest boards. For others, the thought … [Read more] about My Culture is Not Your Costume
Every other Thursday night, men gather in the Price Room and women in Needham Chapel. All coming together in student led-fellowship groups, The Well and Gather the Women have been created to focus on empowering the two genders independently, building one … [Read more] about Fellowship Groups Empower Spiritual Growth
Vanguard University celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month from Sept. 15 to Oct. 15 with the help of the El Puente club. During the month, numerous events and activities are offered to create an inclusive environment. A school is deemed a Hispanic Serving … [Read more] about El Puente Creates Inclusive Events for Hispanic Heritage Month
Since 2015, there has been a 4% decrease of students who identify with the Assemblies of God (AG) denomination, according to John Kim, Associate Director of Institutional Research. Vanguard’s population is more diverse in church backgrounds, representing … [Read more] about What Does Worship Mean to You?
MoonGoat Coffee, initially based in Fountain Valley, opened a new location in Costa Mesa on Sept. 27. Founders Martin Stern, David Yardley, and Mark Evans aim to foster a student-centered environment in the location. Beginning out of a warehouse, MoonGoat … [Read more] about New coffee shop fosters community
Senior William Leguizaman did not expect to be told to “go to hell” when he entered Vanguard as a freshman. As a Roman Catholic, a majority of his experiences on campus have been pleasant, but there remains a subtle ignorance from students about how he chooses … [Read more] about Catholics represent third largest denomination on campus
In just two weeks time, Vanguard’s class of 2019 will be graduating and starting a new chapter of their lives. But are they ready to leave the Vanguard bubble? According to senior Belle Morales, with two weeks out, she has realized that things are finally … [Read more] about Alumni and seniors speak to “post-grad depression” and life after Vanguard
Chemistry professor, father, and husband, Mark Tsang passed away last month leaving behind a legacy of impactful teaching skills and a lasting impact on students and alumni alike. While, to the general student body, he was known as a science professor, he … [Read more] about Chemistry professor dies, leaves behind adoring students
As the school year comes to an end, student loans become a fiercer reality for both those graduating or those paying for another year. Though some may feel overwhelmed, Student Account Specialist Christine Correa has realistic advice to help students budget … [Read more] about Student loans are manageable when handled correctly
The foundation of a spring break mission trip to Ensenada, Mexico was laid 15 years ago. It has now been built up into an annual trip that benefits Vanguard students and women and children of a local safehouse alike. While last year the group set the … [Read more] about Mexico mission trip builds on foundation of previous years
Nothing can stop communication professor Karen Nishie from continuing to touch the lives of her students through teaching. Her most recent battle was a fight against ovarian cancer, but while many expected her to be gone six weeks or more, Nishie returned just … [Read more] about Communication professor returns to students after cancer treatment
Now that spring break is in the rear-view mirror, it is easy for students to become disengaged from their responsibilities with visions of summer break. With the utilization of resources that Vanguard provides, how can students successfully complete the spring … [Read more] about Surviving the semester in the healthiest way possible