Success Stories

Students, Teachers, and Alumni of the College of Arts & Sciences discuss the numerous opportunities the University provides

After years at the Ivies, Professor Sandy Koonce discovers the art of teaching.

Jason O’Donnell finds friendships, support and a second family.

Paulo Gusmao discovers different points of view are welcome at Redlands.

A film class provides Paris Malek the role of a lifetime.

Redlands offers Ebony Mitchell a close-knit community and the chance to promote change.

Chris Concepcion understands Redlands' small-class advantage.

Annie Freshwater uncovers the possibilities of a creative writing major at Redlands.

At Redlands, Kate Smalkin experiences many types of classes.

From the playing field to the classroom, Sam Mirkovich's options are open.

Lisa Rasmussen experiences close bonds and inspiration.

Professor Linda Silveira loves the personal side of teaching.

According to Professor Jack Osborn, business programs in the College of Arts & Sciences involve the liberal arts.

At least, that's how Professor Art Svenson sees the University of Redlands.

At the Johnston Center for Integrative Studies, learning is a two-way street.

What started as a freshman prank in 1913?
The giant R

The giant "R" seen on the mountain north of the University that is about one-third the size of the Quad.

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