At the beginning of each year, students sign an annual contract binding them to the policies presented at Vanguard. Many of the conditions are stock practices among Christians, but one always manages to catch everyone’s attention: social dancing. Some may view … [Read more] about Dancing: Is it Allowed?
On Saturday, twenty-one Vanguard students of all ages and majors served 370 guests at the Global Center for Woman and Justice’s (GCWJ) fourth annual “Priceless Luncheon to End Human Trafficking”. This event was held at the Island Hotel in Fashion Island. … [Read more] about Global Center for Women’s and Justice “Priceless Luncheon”
This week our Vanguard Theatre Department is starting off the new semester with its performance of “Blame it on the Movies”! The show features music from movies such as Footloose and Gone with the Wind and others for an amazing collection of 75 songs. “Blame … [Read more] about Blame it on the Movies!
Vanguard University's communication department gave students the opportunity to take a television studio production course taught by Professor Weaver-Seitz this year. They learned about all aspects of television. The semester began with a bang: filming … [Read more] about Preview: TV Studio Production Webseries – Campus Safety
A baseball player who was not ready to stop chasing the dream now finds himself in Sydney, Australia. Born and raised in California, Vanguard alumnus David Stone met the game of baseball for the first time at age 12, and found a passion for life beneath it … [Read more] about Volume XIII Exclusive: David Stone
Vanguard University is an amazing place. It is so, because it is a place that provides students with much more than just an education centered around Christ. What sets Vanguard apart from many University’s across California and even the country, is those who … [Read more] about Volume XIII Exclusive: Taylor Kelly
Emilee has a story that is very different from many of us. At only 20 years of age, Emilee has experienced so much in her life; moving around multiple times, serving as a missionary in Fiji, and starting school. Emilee is currently a sophomore here at Vanguard … [Read more] about Volume XIII Exclusive: Emilee Crapo
To the majority of the 1800 undergraduate students at Vanguard, Adam Tyler may seem like just another ordinary guy. Often sporting a backwards ball cap, Adam is a familiar face around the school. He likes to hang out in the Caf, spend time in the gym lifting … [Read more] about Volume XIII Exclusive: Adam Tyler
When I asked theater major Johanna Jacobsen of her adoration for the stage, she said “I would hate to do something that I don’t like every single day just because it’s practical." Johanna is much more than just an actress. She loves to climb basically anything … [Read more] about Volume XIII Exclusive: Johanna Jacobsen
When I asked Senior Rachel Burgett what her biggest goal here at Vanguard is she told me: “I wanted to grow as a person.” Rachel is such a vibrant and bubbly student here on campus. She greets everyone she passes by with a smile and goes above and beyond to … [Read more] about Volume XIII Exclusive: Rachel Burgett
Ashley Claney is a senior at Vanguard University but her journey here had one big obstacle, her vision. Ever since Ashley was young she had trouble reading and with school, but she was not sure why. Furthermore, when she would play soccer for her high school … [Read more] about Volume XIII Exclusive: Ashley Claney
Sophomore Robbert (Robbie) Allen McIntire Jr. grew up in a Christian home in the Bay Area. He defined his life growing up as “standard and pretty normal." His father was a worship pastor on the weekends and worked as a cop during the week. His mother was a … [Read more] about Volume XIII Exclusive: Robbie McIntire
Many Vanguardians whom have attended a men’s basketball game or two have had the chance to see Zach Allmon play. Originally from San Luis Obispo, I had the chance to speak to the now Vanguard Lion. In the late morning under that shade of Samson’s Cafe I was … [Read more] about Volume XIII Exclusive: Zach Allmon
On Saturday, April 16, inside the Los Angeles Coliseum, a miracle happened. A man with terminal brain cancer became healthy and later stood on the stage to testify. A number of Vanguard students got to experience this first hand at Azusa Now, an annual event … [Read more] about Miracles at Azusa Now
16 more days left of this school year, seniors have been feeling overwhelmed with emotions. For some seniors, Vanguard has been their home and safe place for four years. As they are completing their last few weeks at Vanguard, they are experiencing a whirlwind … [Read more] about Life After Graduation