If there is one thing that Orange County has blessed us, it’s an abundance of coffee shops. Coffee shops offer a unique experience the minute you walk through the door. Through those doors you are given an overwhelming welcome. You are greeted by the sounds of coffee machines, people having conversation, and the beloved smell of a deep, smooth roast being brewed. These past three years of living in Orange County I have done one thing: visit many, … [Read more] about Did Someone Say Coffee?
Erik Per Sullivan said in Christmas With the Kranks, “You’re skipping Christmas! Isn’t that against the law?” If you’re like Erik, Christmas is a big deal and the Christmas season is what you look forward to all year. It’s officially December so that means it … [Read more] about 25 ways to share the Christmas spirit in OC
Operation Christmas Child is all about how a shoebox can change a life. Vanguard’s Global Education and Outreach center will be putting on Operation Christmas Child for the second time around this year. Last year Vanguard packed 88 boxes that were sent around … [Read more] about Operation Christmas Child
I recently returned from a five-day trip to New York City and spent under $400 (including airfare). According to CBS, NYC is the most expensive city in America, which means you can guess that spending under $400 was no easy task. Traveling is expensive and … [Read more] about How to Travel on a Budget
On Tuesday night, #9 Vanguard defeated the #1 ranked team, Biola in front of a large and impressive crowd of 512. Vanguard’s head coach Eryn Leja said, “This win proves that this team is special and different and a lot of people are starting to see that.” … [Read more] about Vanguard Knocks Biola from #1
The word “worship” appears in the Bible 158 times (NIV). Worship is practiced in many different ways around the world and holds an array of meanings. At the root of it all, what is the purpose and meaning of worship in the church? In addition, what is the role … [Read more] about Evan Wickham Q&A
On Tuesday, September 15th, Needham Chapel was bustling with Freshman Class Senator speeches. Early on in the campaigning, a rumor spread about the possibility of some candidates being disqualified, however SGA decided to keep all candidates in the election. … [Read more] about Freshman Class Senator Elections
MTV’s 2015 Video Music Awards show took place in Los Angeles at the Microsoft Theater on August 30, 2015. The show logged 9.8 million viewers, the lowest audience in history. Regardless, the VMA’s had people laughing, crying, singing, and politically … [Read more] about What the VMA’s?
Since the opening of “Kiss Me Kate,” the Lyceum Theater has been filled with a blend of Shakespeare, rich music, comedy, and stellar choreography. “Kiss Me Kate” first appeared on Broadway back in 1948 and was an instant-crowd pleaser. The catchy music and … [Read more] about “Kiss Me Kate” Hits the Stage
On Tuesday, March 31st, Vanguard students gathered in Newport Mesa Church to take part in the “Carry The Love” movement, started by the Circuit Riders. Circuit Riders is an organization centered on prayer and worship where they train up individuals to save … [Read more] about “Carry the Love” comes to Vanguard
Is it just me or is everyone experiencing the slump? The slump is real. For too many of us it may just be known as the “Sophomore Slump.” But, considering spring break is just around the corner and summer break is not far behind, the slump is real for most of … [Read more] about Get Over Your “Slump”