Social media began in the early 2000’s, and began to blow up in the late 2000s and early 2010s with Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube. Now in 2024, Instagram and YouTube are still popular, and apps like TikTok and BeReal are taking over the social media scene. For a long time, people used social media to keep in touch with what was happening in one another’s lives. This required posting one’s life updates, whether these life updates are … [Read more] about Social Media: For Consumption or Creation?
With the various financial circumstances that students are under, saving money can be hard. They pay thousands in tuition, car payments, insurance, and other necessities, which leaves little space to properly manage their money in savings. For example, social … [Read more] about Saving Money in College
On the morning of Jan. 15, Dr. Sandra Morgan, Director of the Global Center for Women and Justice, spoke at a meeting hosted by the Philanthropic Educational Organization (PEO), a women’s organization focused on uplifting women through education. At the … [Read more] about Ending Human Trafficking: Talking with Newport Beach PEO
In the Spring of 2023, my first article for the Vanguard Voice was about whether or not SARS-CoV-2 was "over." I asked the student population their opinion, to which many responded that we are not in crisis anymore, but COVID is something to still be wary of. … [Read more] about Let’s Talk About the COVID Resurgence
When most people think of graduation, they think of a springtime ceremony filled with peers, professors, family, and friends, but for some seniors, they find that their college experience comes to an unconventional end. This fall, join us as some of Vanguard's … [Read more] about Vanguard STEM Students Prepare for Fall Graduation
“Here at Vanguard University, The faculty strives to create a campus environment where you not only can grow in your academic journey but, also provides an environment comfortable enough to share and grow your relationship with the Christian … [Read more] about Captivated: Vanguard’s Men’s Bible Study Group
On October 17, 2023, Assistant Professor of Political Science and International Relations, Dr. Kang, will be organizing and moderating a Christian-Muslim Dialogue on Women’s Rights and Religious Freedom in the Muslim World. The event will … [Read more] about Upcoming Event: A Christian-Muslim Dialogue On Women’s Rights & Human Rights
Legally Blonde: The “Girlboss” and Unapologetic Femininity By Hayvyn Smith “Girlboss”. You might have heard this word used next to “gatekeep” and “gaslight” ironically. Usually used to poke fun, the term “girlboss” has in recent years gained a very … [Read more] about “Legally Blonde” : The “Girlboss” and Unapologetic Femininity
For the past six years, the Vanguard Men’s Soccer team has had a dominating presence in the Golden State Athletic Conference with three GSAC Conferences, three GSAC tournament championships and four National Tournament appearances. Currently, the team is … [Read more] about 2023 Men’s Lions Soccer Preview
Autism Awareness Event Thursday, April 6th, 2023 5pm-6pm Needham Chapel April is World Autism Month This event took place during the World Autism Month which encourages people from all the world to participate in conversations to increase … [Read more] about Autism Awareness Event
"Listening" by Jonathan Moore, M.F.A. All of my life I have dealt with being hard of hearing. Born with a hearing-impairment, I suffered a head injury when I was seventeen years old that made it worse. After that, my life was a blur of tests, doctors and … [Read more] about “Listening”
Intro. The prophet Jeremiah encouraged the people of Israel to listen to the words of the Lord and “to seek the peace (or flourishing) and prosperity of the city…” Although they were in exile, the Lord called them to seek the flourishing of their … [Read more] about Christian Congregations
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 … [Read more] about End of Year Move Out: What Do VU Students Throw Away?