By Tina Snieder Recently, PBS network hosted a televised debate to discuss whether or not higher education is worth its ever increasing price. While those for higher education initially argued their case by pointing out benefits from education, such as the fueling of upward mobility and the fact that college “helps develop a sense of global awareness,” the discussion quickly turned economical.Read More →

By Maddie Silva Providence Christian College’s clubs encourage students to pursue an academic ethos by creating a space for conversation outside the classroom. In these unstructured, unmediated spaces students explore new ideas and interact with other students they may not otherwise talk to.Read More →

By Kavin Carter Recently, some in the Providence community came together to celebrate Professor Juliette De Soto’s most recent accomplishment: receiving her doctorate. In an interview, she discussed what inspired her to write her dissertation. She wrote it about feminism and her interest in successful female writers and poets, who have turned to suicide and ended their lives.Read More →

By Gaby Martinez “Charlotte was the type of woman who only has two kinds of bras: both of them grey” The Girl With Bangs, Zadie Smith A couple weeks back my youngest sister got her first bra. But “don’t worry,” she said, “It’s just a training bra.” I tried my best not to roll my eyes and my mom replied with a slight smirk. She’s only 10 and it’s only innocent.Read More →

by Kavin Carter If there is one thing that all students can agree on it is that school is not cheap. According to the College Board, “the average cost of tuition and fees for the 2015–2016 school year was $32,405 at private colleges, $9,410 for state residents at public colleges, and $23,893 for out-of-state residents attending public universities”.Read More →

By Angela Groom Pro-tip #1000345:  Taking summer courses can not only benefit you as a student but it may just save your GPA (and more importantly, your scholarships).Read More →

Every spring semester, Dr. Swanson, the Biblical studies professor, takes a group of first year students around LA to synagogues, restaurants and museums to learn about the Jewish Culture. According to Swanson, it is important for Christians to learn about and respect the Jewish culture because Christianity came from Judaism. In the first section of Jewish studies Dr. Swanson read Romans 9:4-5, “They are Israelites, and to them belong the adoption, the glory, the covenants, the giving of the law, the worship, and the promises. To them belong the patriarchs, and from their race, according to the flesh, is the Christ who is God over all,Read More →