PLNU News

31
Aug

The new 32,900 square foot science facility in the heart of PLNU's campus will provide much needed space for teaching and research to continue to prepare the finest science graduates. 

Learn More About the Campaign for the Sciences

Completion set for August 2015.

Check out Dr. McConnell's funny video regarding our science building.


Drs. Martin and Choung from Chemistry can't wait for our new science building.

Biology
30
Sep

Point Loma Nazarene University Department of Music is proud to announce that music composition major James Bishop is the winner of the Green Dot Journey Composer Project competition. The competition took place in Spring 2014.

Music
30
Sep

The Point Loma Nazarene University Department of Music is proud to announce that music composition major Caspian Thackeray-Taylor and music major Aaron Burgett were winners in the MTAC Composers Today state contest, Division 6, this spring.

Music
29
Sep

PRESS RELEASE

Point Loma Nazarene University

Contact: Ross Nederhoff (505) 999-8662

Point TV: Channel 23 

Advisor: Alan Hueth (619) 849-2358

Date: September 19, 2014

Written by: Ross Nederhoff

Point TV’s Fall Forecast

Although the new school year has only just begun, Point TV has hit the ground running and is already hard at work, making decisions and coming up with original concepts for this semester’s exciting programming. Additionally, they are operating under new student management in an updated environment. The studio office and editing bays have been remodeled with new editing tables, editing systems, and lighting.

“The studio remodel began as part of a design contest initiated by PLNU’s ‘Designing Commercial Interiors’ course.” explains Media Operations Manager, Rick Moncauskas. “The entire studio was gutted, the ceiling and light fixtures were redesigned, our walls were repainted with specific colors, the floor was redone, our furniture was replaced, and we were able to purchase all new computers.” Studio users feel that their options, abilities, and proficiency have been improved along with the space.

So, what is on the lineup for this year’s broadcast? Well, most of the familiar shows have returned with the addition of some freshly developed programs. Coastline News, a twenty minute biweekly newscast, will air every other Thursday night at 8pm.

 Likewise, Loma Sports Tonight, an ESPN style sports report, will air Thursday nights at 8 p.m. on the weeks that Coastline is not produced. Loma Sports will also air four live-to-tape basketball games on a special edition of the show known as Sea Lions’ Basketball. Four men’s basketball games will be cablecast on Friday, November 14th and Saturday, November 15th. 

Acoustic Showcase is slated to feature more of Point Loma’s musically-talented student body. Reel Students is back and will include a look behind the scenes of several student films. The Point TV crew will also take on the ongoing 60-120 Second Film Challenge – where student film production teams come together to make some super-short films –some which have gotten into the San Diego Shorts film festival. 

Campus happenings will be presented each week on Heynouncements, a short vlog style announcement series. HeySB Addresses will also be produced on a frequent basis to keep the student body aware of what their officers are doing to better our campus life. 

Point TV will be producing a comedy show that is planned to go live in front of a live studio audience. For information on programs and their air times, please follow @pointtv.23 on Instagram, @plnupointtv on Twitter, like Point TV on Facebook, or visit http://pointtv23.com/channel-23-schedule/.

 

Managing all of the production details at Point TV this year is Junior Media Communications major Caleb Daniels. Under Daniels are Coastline News Director, Samantha Watkins, Sports Directors, Hilary Zeber and Ricky Zollinger, Productions Manager, Angel Zamora, and Public Relations Manager, Ross Nederhoff. These students, under the guidance of Media Communications professor and Point TV advisor, Alan Hueth, will lead the station in its service to the entire student body and are available for any inquiries the PLNU community may have throughout the year. 

“I'm excited to be the head of such a talented group of students and hope to see the results of their hard work spread to all corners of campus this year. My main goal is to keep a highly professional level of productions coming out of Point TV. I also want to better our exposure within the community.” says Caleb Daniels in regards to his vision for this year at Point TV.

 

For more information regarding Point TV’s programming, management, or studio, please contact 

Alan Hueth at AlanHueth@pointloma.edu or
Ross Nederhoff rossnederhoff1006@pointloma.edu.

Communications & Theatre
25
Sep

The 2014 Annual Security Report for each of PLNU's five campuses is now available for download the Department of Public Safety webpage.

To view the latest edition of the Annual Fire Safety Report for the Point Loma campus, please visit the Campus Facilities webpage.

Public Safety
26
Aug

On Sunday evening, August 24th, nearly 700 faculty, staff, students, alumni and friends gathered on PLNU’s main campus for the 3rd annual Pray for PLNU event. This year’s event marked the first time that incoming students and their families were also invited to participate ahead of this week’s New Student Orientation (NSO). 

 

“In three short years, the event has become a significant time for the entire PLNU community,” said PLNU Dean of Students, Jeff Bolster. “This event provides a foundation for the business and excitement of NSO and the start of the new school year.”

 

The evening began in Brown Chapel at 5:00pm for an opening time of worship led by George Williamson, PLNU’s Director of Worship Ministries.  President Bob Brower provided welcome remarks and shared his vision for the year ahead. After brief instructions from Bolster, participants spread out across the campus to pray. 

 

As in previous years, special attention was given to the residence halls, as the names of all new and returning students were posted on each doorway, allowing them to be prayed for by name. Additionally, offices, classrooms, labs, and numerous other campus locations, including the off campus sites of the Liberty Station Conference Center and Colony Apartments were covered in prayer. One place in particular was Brown Chapel. University Chaplain, Tim Whetsone, and San Diego First Church pastor, Melissa Tucker, led a group in prayer over each seat in preparation for chapel this coming year.     

 

Sunday’s event concluded in Brown with a time of worship and a devotional from Norm Shoemaker, the Founding Director of the Center for Pastoral Leadership at PLNU. Ron Benefiel, Dean of the School of Theology and Christian Ministry, brought the evening to a close with a time of prayer and anointing over President and Linda Brower. 

 

Hosted by the Offices of Student Development, Spiritual Development, the School of Theology, the PLNU Alumni Association, and the Center for Pastoral Leadership, Sunday's Pray for PLNU marked the beginning of another exciting year ahead. For more information, visit PLNU's website.

 

 

 

External Relations, Office of Community & Government Relations, PLNU