Interview with Tim Foreman of Switchfoot

Switchfoot has just released their ninth album and first film, both titled Fading West. The album debuted at #6 on the Billboard Top 200 in the first week, and they’ve now sold 5.5 million copies worldwide. An alternative rock band from San Diego, California, Switchfoot has been together for 18 years, and have lived in both the secular and Christian worlds. I was able to catch up with Switchfoot’s bassist Tim Foreman, during a break…

Financial Aid

Walla Walla University gives the most financial aid of any Adventist college. According to the Walla Walla University tuition webpage, undergraduate students of the 2013–2014 year who are taking 13–16 quarter hours pay $8,274 per quarter. A general fee of $185 per quarter accounts for “the cost of housing club dues, internet access while on campus, printing the first 100 pages in computer labs, access to the library, gym, and pool, and new technology for…

The Man Behind the Movies

Logan Villarreal is a 22-year-old graduating senior bioengineering major, but you may know him as the head of ASWWU Video, a worker for Student Missions, the organizer of Manhunt games, a co-host of Waffle Wednesday, or as an advocate for the “To Build a Home” project in Peru. I got to sit down with Villarreal this past Sunday and find out more about his roles on campus. The Collegian: How did you get started doing…

Culture Shock

We hear a lot of stories about adventures other people have in other countries. Between the Student Missions program, the ACA program, and other miscellaneous adventures, we have many opportunities to see the world differently as we leave home and go elsewhere. It’s less often, however, that we hear about students from other countries and their experiences here. What would it be like for us to see what our home looks like through an outside…