Entries by Vanguard University

Nominations Being Accepted for the Inaugural Diamond Award, to Promote Justice for Women and Children in Orange County

Costa Mesa, CA, April 10, 2014 – Vanguard University’s acclaimed Global Center for Women and Justice is now taking nominations for its first-ever Diamond Award. The award will honor individuals or organizations whose activities and commitment promote justice and dignity for women and children in Orange County. The inaugural Diamond Award will be presented by […]

“Move 2:30” Campaign to Instill Healthy Habits

College is a time of exciting growth; however, there is one kind of growth that many college students experience that is not as exciting: sideways growth. Combatting the “freshmen 15” and other unhealthy college habits, Vanguard’s recreation department created the Move 2:30 campaign. For the campaign, students are invited to spend the month of April […]

Vanguard Community Celebrates Men’s Basketball NAIA National Champions at Rally

“Ooh, Aah! You wish you were a Lion!” The Pit roared on April 2 at Vanguard University’s 2014 NAIA Basketball National Championship Rally. In celebration of the men’s basketball’s national victory, Vanguard hosted a championship rally for all of the Vanguard community to attend. Students, faculty, staff, alumni and supporters packed The Pit. Attendees filled […]

Assemblies of God Researcher Teaches on Ethnic and Linguistic Diversity in the Pentecostal Movement

On March 28, the Lewis Wilson Institute (LWI) hosted the director of the Flower Pentecostal Heritage Center (FPHC), Darrin Rodgers, M.A., J.D., for a seminar on the history of ethnic and linguistic diversity in the Assemblies of God (AG). Students, faculty, staff and notable community members attended the seminar. Dr. Lewis Wilson and many of […]