PLNU Events Calendar

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01
Dec

Advent Chapel

Brown Chapel
Chapel
02
Dec

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Brown Chapel
Discipleship Ministries
03
Dec

Wilson Ryland

Liberty Station
Chapel
03
Dec

Community Chapel with Mary Paul

Brown Chapel
Chapel
04
Dec
   
The Fulbright Lecturer Program
and the
Department of
History and Political Science
Point Loma Nazarene University
Present:
Remembering the Austrian Holocaust
by
Dr. Heidemarie Uhl
 Dr. Heidemarie Uhl, Fulbright-Botstiber Visiting Professor at Stanford University, Senior Researcher
at the Austrian Academy of Sciences and Professor at University Of Vienna will be our guest speaker. 
Dr. Uhl will present on the political, social, cultural and intellectual framework in which the Holocaust
became the universal watershed event for a common memory of Western civilization at the end of the
20th century.
 
The Forum, Colt Hall
History & Political Science
05-07
Dec

PLNU’s speech and debate team won First Place in the Overall Sweepstakes for the 4 year colleges division at the PSCFA Fall Championship Tournament this weekend (December 5-7, 2013) against nearly about 45 colleges and universities from across the country (Florida and Michigan, to Utah, Arizona and of course California). 

 

PLNU debaters earned 6 championships (gold medal finishes), and many other top awards.  Special congratulations to Josh Gilbert and Brandon West for winning the top place in the Senior Division of NPDA Parliamentary Debate, to Jack Gillette and Caleb Moore for winning Gold medals in Open Division of IPDA Lincoln Douglas debate, Brandon West Gold Medalist in Open NFA LD debate, Thomas Routson Gold Medalist in Junior NFA LD debate, Montana Massone Top Speaker in Novice NPDA Parliamentary debate, and Karina Guerrero for winning first place in Novice Informative

RESULTS

  • PLNU Advanced six teams to elimination rounds in NPDA Parliamentary Debate (2 in Open, 1 in Junior, and 3 in Novice), and six debaters to elimination rounds in Lincoln Douglas Debate .
  • Advancing teams and Awards by division include:

Open Division Teams in Parliamentary Debate:

  • Josh Gilbert and Brandon West – 3/1 prelims, Gold Medalist, won Semis, then won the Final round.
  • Frank Daniel and Caleb Moore –  4/0 prelims, Silver Medalists  

Junior Division Teams in Parliamentary Debate:

  • Karina Guerrero and Genevieve Aguilar –  3/1 prelim record, Silver Medalists

Novice Division Teams in Parliamentary Debate:

  • Montana Massone and Zach Springer  – 4/0 prelim record, Silver Medalists
  • Makayla Vandeveer and Richeda Sinclair – 3/1 prelim record, Bronze Medalists
  • Lily Jenner and Ebanezare Tadele – 4/0 prelim record, Bronze Medalists

Top Speakers by Division in Parliamentary Debate:

Open Division

  • Second Place Speaker –  Brandon West
  • Third Place Speaker – Frank  Daniel

Junior Division

  • Second Place Speaker –  Karina Guerrero

Novice Division

  • First Place Speaker – Montana Massone

IPDA Lincoln Douglas Debate (different topic each round, one person versus one person)

Open Division

  • Jack Gillette – Gold Medalist
  • Caleb Moore – Gold Medalist
  • Ben Becker – Bronze Medalist

Novice Division

  • Ebanezare Tadele – Bronze medalist

NFA Lincoln Douglas Debate (one topic on space development all year, one person versus one person)

  • Open Division – Brandon West – Gold Medalist
  • Junior Division – Thomas Routson – Gold Medalist

 Individual Events

  • Brandon West – Open Impromptu 3rd Place
  • Nick Kjeldgaard – Open Extemporaneous 6th Place
  • Makayla Vandeveer – Junior Programmed Oral Interpretation Finalist
  • Karina Guerrero – Novice Informative – 1st Place

This was a very long and exhausting tournament for all involved (3 12-14 hour days in a row), but it was gratifying to see the team do so well as a reward for their hard work throughout the semester.  We also had a chance to talk to some terrific recruit prospects for next year.  Thanks to the coaches, alumni and parents for their support as well.

MT SAC
Forensics
05
Dec

The FBEI's Economic Outlook Forum provides a unique opportunity for the San Diego business community to hear from PLNU Chief Economist Dr. Lynn Reaser as she addresses the national and international economic outlook before drilling down more deeply into the state and local level. Attendees of this event engage with current PLNU students, as well as San Diego business professionals and local government officials. In addition to a served breakfast, guests receive a copy of the annual economic outlook publication.

 

For  information on future and past Economic Outlook Forums, visit our Economic Outlook Forum Web Page.

Hyatt Regency La Jolla
Fermanian Business & Economic Institute, MBA
05
Dec

Re:Focus Chapels

Various Locations
Chapel
05-06
Dec

Hot cider and Christmas fun for the entire family! This popular annual PLNU tradition features the PLNU Concert Choir, Chorale, and Extol with orchestra and special guests like Rudolph and Santa.

Performances: Friday, December 5, 6:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m.; Saturday, December 6, 6:00 p .m. and 8:00 p.m.

Tickets $9 general admission includes hot cider.

Click here to buy tickets.

Crill Performance Hall - The Cooper Music Center
Music
06
Dec

Hot cider and Christmas fun for the entire family! This popular annual PLNU tradition features the PLNU Concert Choir, Chorale, and Extol with orchestra and special guests like Rudolph and Santa.

Performances: Friday, December 5, 6:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m.; Saturday, December 6, 6:00 p .m. and 8:00 p.m.

Tickets $9 general admission includes hot cider.

Click here to buy tickets.

Crill Performance Hall - The Cooper Music Center
Music
07
Dec

The PLNU Choral Union, comprising student and community singers, presents its annual performance of Handel's masterful oratorio "Messiah" with chamber orchestra and student soloists conducted by Dr. Keith Pedersen. A PLNU tradition for over forty years.

Free admission. An offering is taken to defray expenses.

This popular event takes place in Brown Chapel. Arrive early for best parking.

Brown Chapel
Music
08
Dec

Faith Stories

Brown Chapel
Chapel
09
Dec

December 9, 2014:  Dr. Richard Somerville (Distinguished Professor Emeritus and Research Professor, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, La Jolla, CA)

Webpage:  http://richardsomerville.com/speaking-1.html ​and http://richardsomerville.com/

Seminar Title:  "What Should You Believe About Climate Change, and Why?"

To learn more about Perspectives on Science and to register for the event, please click here

Questions?  Contact either Dr. Michael McConnell at mmcconnell@pointloma.edu (619) 849-2304 or LeAnne Elizondo at lelizond@pointloma.edu (619) 849-2205.

PLNU Fermanian Business Center - Conference Room and Cunningham Dining Room
Biology
10
Dec

Community Chapel with Tim Whetstone

Brown Chapel
Chapel
10
Dec

The 2014 History and Political Science Department Christmas Party is Wednesday, December 10 at 7 PM in Colt Hall, downstairs Student Lounge. Just like our founding fathers in the photo below, it's time to get in the Christmas spirit!   What to Expect: Christmas music, hot chocolate and cider, delicious cookies, and excellent conversation.

Please bring an old, used book (wrapped if you can) and exchange for another! If you can’t find a book, come anyway- we’ll have some extra ones so you can still participate! Christmas_pic.jpg

 

Colt Hall - downstairs Student Lounge.
History & Political Science
12
Dec

Celebration of Light

Brown Chapel
Chapel
12
Dec

The PLNU Chamber Orchestra, directed by Dr. Phil Tyler, presents an evening of Elgar, Grieg, Sibelius, Dvorak and Vivaldi. Free admission.

Crill Performance Hall - The Cooper Music Center
Music