Switchboard, put on by Red Bull, brought together hundreds of college students to surf in the morning and ride the slopes in the afternoon.
Rule changes, high player dedication, add to the game experience this year
Two is better than one for junior Katie Schlotzhauer and sophomore Jarred Olson who took on the LA marathon this past Sunday
On Tues. Mar. 12 Red Bull hosted the first Campus Rail Jam in Azusa.
The stage is dark as the actors and actresses walk along the stage holding random objects—a bear, a rose, a guitar and a book on China. Moving boxes randomly and walking through an invisible maze. I was missing the connection. This year’s One Acts, put on by APU’s theater department, differed from past years’. According… [Read More]
Sunny Saturday morning, music blasting, 500 runners lined up in front of Trinity all sporting white t-shirts calling to be dashed with color, anxiously awaiting the fire of the start gun: It’s APU’s first 5K in Color. According to Residence Life’s 5K in Color website, the event was designed to focus not on speed, but… [Read More]
APU student sets an example of self-sacrificial obedience and leaves behind a legacy that is sure to not be quickly forgotten
Glenn Vallercamp wins the competition for free tickets to the Guys Invite Girls dance by having President Jon Wallace ask his date for him.
APU’s School of Business and students partnered with new local business Chick-fil-a to host a contest for APU students to win a $100 gift card to Chick-Fil-A. The contest was held through the popular social media app, Instagram. Throughout the week of Monday Feb. 18- Thursday 21, there was a theme for each day of… [Read More]
Spring 2011, APU alum Mitch Ahlenius headed to South Africa through APU’s study abroad program. His intentions were to focus on poverty alleviation and international development strategies. This was the beginning of a journey that eventually led to the creation of The Union Co., an online retailer for everyday goods doing good. “It was a… [Read More]