Sandie Morgan is the Director of Vanguard University’s Global Center for Women and Justice and teaches Women’s Studies, Family Violence, and Human Trafficking at Vanguard. As a Registered Nurse, Sandie served on the Board of the International Nurses Association in Athens, Greece where she lived for ten years. It was there that she discover human […]
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Vanguard’s Veterans Courtyard of Honor was dedicated yesterday with many veterans, community members and Vanguard staff, faculty and students present. View photos from the event here, and watch a recap film from the celebration here. The Veterans Courtyard of Honor was built to serve as an enduring symbol of gratitude and commitment to honor the […]
Britney Barnes Daily Pilot Victoria Fry is turning her school struggles into inspiration for the next generation of students who feel they are failures too. The 21-year-old Costa Mesa resident’s efforts haven’t gone unnoticed. Dixie Arnold, chairwoman of Vanguard University’s Liberal Studies Department, presented Fry, who recently finished her bachelor’s degree there, earlier this month […]
Daniel Okabe is currently studying Radio broadcasting at Vanguard University so he can return to Uganda to improve the quality of Faith Radio. Impact Ministries started a Christian radio station in 2006 named Faith Radio. The radio broadcasts on 90.5 FM and covers Eastern Uganda in 16 districts, reaching over 10 million people with the […]
OC Register Vanguard University music student Samuel Hines has been selected as one of 15 finalists to compete against international guitarists for the prestigious Parkening International Guitar Award. Hines will play his chords in Malibu, Calif. from May 30-June 2, 2012 in hopes of winning the grand prize of more than $50,000, and the honor […]