PLNU Events Calendar

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02
Feb
International Ministries
03
Feb

Baseball vs. Chico State at 2 PM

Carroll B. Land Stadium
Athletics
09
Feb

Women's Basketball vs. Azusa Pacific University at 5:30 PM

Men's Basketball vs. Azusa Pacific University at 7:30 PM

Golden Gymnasium
Athletics
09
Feb
Brown Chapel Foyer
International Ministries
10
Feb

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The Offices of Strengths and Vocation is hosting their 13th annual Summer Camp Job Fair!  Plan to visit our campus to meet with and recruit high quality students for your Summer Camp needs! 

Students ~ Let us know you are coming!

Interested in working at a camp over the summer?  This is a great opportunity to meet with recruiters from various Summer Camps and learn about their open positions! 

Check out the camps participating in this year's Summer Camp Job Fair!

 

A Christian Ministry in the National Parks

Black Diamond Camps

Camp Hammer

Camp Oliver

Camp Pondo

City of Coronado

Granite Ridge Christian Camp 

Idyllwild Pines Camp and Conference Center

Indian Hills Camp

Jenness Park Christian Camp 

Pathfinder Ranch

Quantum Learning Network

Redwood Christian Park

Sambica

The Oaks Camp and Conference Center

The Salvation Army Pine Summit Christian Camp  

The Salvation Army Kroc Center

Walking on Water

YMCA San Diego County

Yosemite Sierra Summer Camp

 

Questions:  Contact Sandy Ische sandraische@pointloma.edu or 619-849-2446

Campus Mall
Offices of Strengths & Vocation
11-12
Feb

Thanks again to the many folks on campus who were so helpful in allowing us to host these two big speech and debate tournaments this past weekend. We had almost 40 colleges and universities attend from throughout the country (and three teams from China), and they expressed their genuine appreciation for the effort that goes into hosting these functions. We greatly appreciate the hard work from all of our support services folks and building area coordinators. It is hard to say whether we heard more compliments on the beautiful campus and view, the amazing catering, or the smoothness of all those events taking place on virtually every room on campus throughout the weekend.

But with so many hundreds of guests here 14 hours or more per day, we understand that there will inevitably be inconveniences that slip by our fine custodial staff due to the late hour we finish on Sunday night, and even by our student workers who do their best to restore order from chaos. So please accept our apologies for these inconveniences, and our thanks for your continued support and stewardship. Schools from around the country often use this as their reward tournament for their students, who work so hard and do so well throughout the rest of the year. And we met with some terrific recruits for next fall, and I am sure planted dreams with others. Now that we have so many graduate programs, that opens doors for recruits from four year schools as well.

As a host, I feel a little guilty though that our own students did so well this year. Normally they are so busy working they do not get a chance to compete much when we host. But we had so many other student workers lined up this year it worked out and they excelled. In fact in Parliamentary Debate we had four of our five senior teams advance to elimination rounds, where two won their way to the Semi Final round (the top four teams), and one of our teams (Caleb Moore and Thomas Routson) won the Championship Round for the first time in our school's history of about 20 years of hosting this challenging event. That combination of results may make this our strongest tournament of the year and could advance our chances of placing well in the national sweepstakes race for the end of the year.

Here are the other PLNU results.

Open Division Parliamentary Debate Caleb Moore and Thomas Routson – First Place Champions Nick Kjeldgaard and Mackenzie Leveque­ – Semifinalist Ali Cleveland and Gabby Kaufmann – Octofinalist Montana Massone and Julia Shotwell – Double Octofinalist Open Speaker Awards: Caleb Moore – Third Place Junior Division Parliamentary Debate Tyler Schoenick and Nicol Tanaka – Octofinalist Junior Speaker Awards: Hannah Kurowski – Sixth Place Tyler Schoenick – Ninth Place Senior NFA-LD Debate Thomas Routson – Quarterfinalist Round Robin Speaker Awards: Caleb Moore – Fourth Place Thomas Routson – Seventh Place

PLNU - Hosted Tournament 2 days
Forensics
14
Feb

Lush and dramatic works from the classical era performed by music faculty on violin and piano for you and your valentine.

Tuesday, February 14th, 7:30 p.m.

Crill Performance Hall

Free

Crill Performance Hall
Music
16
Feb
Brown Chapel Foyer
International Ministries
18
Feb
Come cheer on our PLNU Men’s & Women’s basketball teams and meet our new head coaches. PLNU’s Athletic Director, Ethan Hamilton, along with Kendall Lucas, Assistant Director of Alumni Relations, look forward to greeting you! 

Two Basketball Games & Dinner all for $6! Tickets Subsidized by the PLNU Alumni Association.

5 p.m. Women’s Basketball vs. Chaminade
6:30 p.m. Tailgate Party & Dinner Buffet for PLNU Fans
7:30 p.m. Men’s Basketball vs. Chaminade

Chaminade University of Honolulu
3140 Waialae Ave
Honolulu, HI 96816

Don’t miss this INCREDIBLE offer! Purchase tickets by Feb. 6!
Visit pointloma.edu/AreaEvents or call 800-478-5662.

Thank you to alumnus Will Campbell (09) for helping lead this spectacular event!
Chaminade University of Honolulu 3140 Waialae Ave., Honolulu, HI 96816
Alum
21-23
Feb

Writer’s Symposium by the Sea is an annual event that brings interviews with cutting edge creators, life stories, examples of great writing, and evocative conversation that will inspire the reader and writer alike. The evening interviews, conducted by symposium founder Dean Nelson, feature lively conversations about the stories behind the author’s stories. The audience gets to eavesdrop on these exchanges and even interact with the writer during a Q&A session that follows. You are invited to join us and listen in on what some of today’s cutting edge writers have to say!

2017 Lineup:

Feb. 21 -- U.S. Poet Laureate Robert Pinsky doing an evening of poetry and jazz with the university jazz combo, in collaboration with the PLNU Cultural Events Series and the Department of Music.

Feb. 22 -- spirituality writer Shauna Niequist (Present Over Perfect, Cold Tangerines, Bread & Wine, Savor, Bittersweet) in an interview with Symposium founder and host Dean Nelson.The evening is a collaboration with PLNU's Women's Studies program, the Office of Spiritual Development, and First Church of the Nazarene.

Feb. 23 -- Pulitzer winner Tracy Kidder in an interview with Dean Nelson. His new book A Truck Full of Money is about Kayak founder Paul English. Other Kidder books include Mountains Beyond Mountains (about humanitarian Paul Farmer), House, The Soul of a New Machine, and Strength in What Remains.

For more info and to purchase tickets, visit: pointloma.edu/writers

Crill Music Hall
Literature, Journalism & Modern Languages
23
Feb
International Ministries
24
Feb

David Graham, composition, student recital. Reception to follow.

Friday, February 24, 7:30 p.m.

Crill Performance Hall

Free

Crill Performance Hall
Music
25
Feb

Rachel Alessio, soprano, and Lydia Ciccarelli, soprano, junior recital. Works of Brahms, Mozart, Wolf, Schubert, jazz, and musical theatre. Accompanied by Melva Morrison, piano.
Reception to follow.

Crill Performance Hall
Music
27
Feb

PLNU Jazz Band and School of Creative and Performing Arts (SCPA) Jazz Band.

Monday, February 27, 7:30 p.m.

$5 / free to PLNU community

Crill Performance Hall
Music
28
Feb

Works by Mozart, Brahms, Debussy, and Henry Cowell. 

Reception to follow.

Tuesday, February 28, 7:30 p.m.

Crill Performance Hall

Free 

Crill Performance Hall
Music