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Senior Spotlight: Student Body President Kyle Kortenhoeven

Senior Spotlight: Student Body President Kyle Kortenhoeven

Once a Beggar, Always A Beggar by Frank Manriquez, Class of 2018 Despite the fact that Kyle Kortenhoeven wasn’t named “Mr. Providence” this year, he will leave a great legacy as a Sea Beggar and as one who served as President of the student body. Kyle’s father, Steve...
Providence Musical Groups To Perform At Annual Spring Concert

Providence Musical Groups To Perform At Annual Spring Concert

You are invited to attend  The Annual Spring Concert featuring the Providence Christian College Chamber Singers, Instrumental Ensemble, and Jubilate and featured vocal soloists to be held on Saturday. April 29 at 7:30 pm First Baptist Church, Glendale 209 North Louise...
Providence Approved For Full Member Status With NAIA

Providence Approved For Full Member Status With NAIA

At its annual meeting this week in San Diego, the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics approved and announced the movement to full active status by four institutions, with Providence Christian College being one of them. This means that the school will be...
Baseball and Ministry; Meet Alum Cody Walter

Baseball and Ministry; Meet Alum Cody Walter

by Madison Vujnov, Class of 2017 Cody Walter works for Providence and gets to do two things he loves: baseball and pastoral care. During the fall semester of his senior year at Providence, Cody was presented with an opportunity to be the assistant coach for the...
Senior Spotlight: Melissa Paramo

Senior Spotlight: Melissa Paramo

by Morgan Zylstra “Growing up as a Mexican-American I never knew how big of a deal it was to come from immigrant parents until I was older. It’s something that I learned to take pride in especially because I was fighting to not be a mistake or be what society wanted...
Silver Screen Countdown

Silver Screen Countdown

By Sydney Svendsen 3:45 AM, Friday, January 13, 2017. The Marimba ringtone pierces through Julia Lodder’s dream. She lays in disbelief for a moment. Then, realizing what this means, she turns off her alarm and jumps out of bed. Everything that she needs is already...

Passing the Pirate Hat; Mr. Providence in the Last Two Years

By Presence Massie In its day, S.O.C.A.L. (Student Organized Campus Activities and Leadership from 2014-2016) was a form of student government given the task of representing students to faculty, staff, and administration as well as planning campus-wide events once a...
International Faith

International Faith

by Kavin Carter, Class of 2018 As Christians, the call to serve the Lord comes in all forms, shapes, and sizes. From volunteering at a local shelter, serving at your local church or even flying halfway across the world to a different country as a missionary. Not all...
Lights…Camera…Action! Studying Film in La La Land

Lights…Camera…Action! Studying Film in La La Land

When the world watches the Academy Awards on February 26th to honor the best films of 2017, our students will get to see an example of what one of their professors does for his “day job”. Alan Armes is a film and television editor in Los Angeles and an...
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