Hope of Gold

8/16/2016

The premier stage of the world, where the preeminent in the world compete; the Olympics. With the longevity and progression of these games, the standard to reach that ancient stage, let alone win, is set high. Only few make it . . .

The Greatest Era

8/16/2016

Little did the founders of Los Angeles Baptist College know in 1927 that their class of 24 students would be the beginning of a longer and greater legacy. Deeply rooted in a foundation that transcends time itself . . .

Best in Business

8/16/2016

Ranked No. 1 in the state of California by the NASBA surpassing other universities like USC, Stanford, Berkeley, and UCLA in their CPA exam scores, The Master’s University now offers an online MBA program. . .

President John MacArthur on SB 1146

7/22/2016

Tolerate: verb. Allow the existence, occurrence, or practice of (something that one does not necessarily like or agree with) without interference. This word no longer holds true to its definition, especially when it comes to this culture’s interaction with Christians. To be tolerant one must now support and affirm something going against their beliefs so as to not offend or persecute. This is seen plainly in California’s SB 1146 bill. . .

The Master's College becomes The Master's University amid academic expansion

5/6/2016

The Master's College and Seminary Board of Directors voted unanimously on May 6, 2016 to change the name of The Master’s College to The Master’s University. The decision comes as a result of increasing academic growth...

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...

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...

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...

Baseball alumni Karkenny and Popadics to play professionally

6/22/2015

On the heels of a stellar season, two alumni of The Master's College baseball program will be taking their talents across the country this summer after signing with Major League Baseball...

Chorale's tour of the Balkan States leaves a lasting impact for the gospel

6/4/2015

As one of the most-traveled ensembles at The Master's College, the Chorale has performed in venues across the United States, in addition to Israel, Italy, Switzerland, France, Spain and the United Kingdom...

Lady Mustangs set several school records at NAIA Track and Field Championships

5/29/2015

High humidity and a field of elite competitors didn’t hinder The Master's College Women’s Track and Field Team from giving it their all at the NAIA Championships in Gulf Shores, Ala. on May 21-23...