Thirty Cinema & Digital Arts students collaborate to create science fiction film

4/27/2016

This semester, Cinema & Digital Arts students are preparing for the April 29 premiere of their spring 2016 release, “Drift,” a film set on an abandoned spaceship, where a scientist wakes from cryosleep to discover that his crew has inexplicably disappeared...

‘Fiddler on the Roof’ draws record crowds to Music Recital Hall

4/20/2016

Spring 2016 was a season of historic firsts for TMC Theatre Arts, as students, staff and community members flocked to the Music Recital Hall to see "Fiddler on the Roof," which sold out completely, even after they added an unprecedented seventh show to meet the demand...

Biological sciences conference allows students to share research, collaborate

4/14/2016

This spring, five students from The Master's College had the opportunity to present their most recent findings at the West Coast Biological Sciences Undergraduate Research Conference hosted by Point Loma Nazarene University in San Diego, Calif. on Saturday, April 9...

NASBA ranks Business Department first in state for graduates’ CPA exam pass rate

4/8/2016

When it comes to producing successful accounting graduates, The Master's College Department of Business Administration is No. 1 in the state, according to a recent report by the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy...

Music Department celebrates Passion Week with annual Forest Lawn concert

4/1/2016

For 32 years, the Music Department has performed an annual Passion Week concert, most often in the Hall of Crucifixion-Resurrection, which was built to house Polish painter Jan Styka’s massive painting, “The Crucifixion” and Robert Clark’s companion piece, “The Resurrection”...

New men's basketball coach, Kelvin Starr, brings 20 years of experience to the court

3/29/2016

The Master’s College has announced the hiring of Kelvin Starr as its new men’s basketball coach. Starr, a native of Sydney, Australia, comes to The Master’s College with a wealth of basketball coaching experience on the prep, club, and collegiate levels...

TMC Faculty join speaker lineup for the 2016 Shepherds’ Conference

3/24/2016

For the second year in a row, Dr. Abner Chou, professor of biblical studies at The Master's College, spoke to a packed room during his seminar session at the 2016 Shepherd’s Conference hosted by Grace Community Church and The Master’s Seminary...

Lady Mustangs advance to 2nd round of NAIA Championship for 1st time in 8 years

3/18/2016

The Lady Mustangs have advanced to the NAIA Division I National Championships for the last four years, but Wednesday’s win was their first national tournament victory since 2008, improving their record to 25-5 and allowing them to advance to the second round...

Faculty tackle questions about history, hermeneutics and more in new book

3/9/2016

“What Happened in the Garden” is a joint effort of 14 different scholars (nine of whom currently teach at The Master's College) to examine the veracity of Genesis from a variety of academic perspectives, including theology, biology, chemistry, literature, economics and counseling...

TMC violin performance major wins Antelope Valley Concerto Competition

3/3/2016

Shawn Cai won the Antelope Valley Symphony’s Gail Newby Concerto Competition on Feb. 15 with his performance of Felix Mendelssohn’s Violin Concerto in E Minor. As a result, he will be one of the featured performers at the AV Symphony’s second to last concert of the season...

High school students gather at The Master's College for weekend of visit days

2/23/2016

Feb. 11-15 was a busy weekend for staff in the Admissions, Student Life and Music Departments at The Master's College, as they welcomed high school students to three separate visit events: the President’s Scholarship Weekend, Monday @ Master’s and Prelude...

Global Outreach at The Master's College emphasizes hands-on vocational ministry

2/16/2016

Five weeks at ABWE’s Hospital of Hope in Mango, Togo won’t look like a traditional undergraduate internship for senior pre-medical major Mike Jackson, but he is confident the experience will help him make an important decision: how he will be involved in mission work after graduation...