Gabriella Flores shares about her experience as a first-generation student.
Katie Watson ('11) helps keep politicians accountable through her work as an Investigative Reporter for Daily Caller.
Ira Lippke ('98) fell in love with photography at a young age. Today, he is the owner of Ira Lippke Studios in New York City and travels around the world photographing weddings.
Sean McDowell ('98, M.A. '03) is a noted author, apologist and Biola professor who is passionate about equipping young people to navigate the increasing moral and intellectual pressures of today's world.
Whether it is in studying for his challenging courses or working on a 3-D printer project that integrates recycling, current student Nathan Decker loves seeing how science and faith are aligned.
Lawrence Tong ('89) works to address income inequality and alleviate global poverty through his role as International Director of Operation Mobilization.
Current student Lizzy Pintarich came to Biola to learn about the public relations world from a Christ-centered perspective.
Brandon Cash (M.Div. '98) passionately communicates the truth of God's Word through his work as a pastor of a church in Los Angeles and as Chaplain for the L.A. Dodgers.