Monthly Archives: October 2015

Marilee E. Golike Died Oct. 10, 2015

Following graduation, she worked for the Union Rescue Mission in Los Angeles before marrying Delbert (Deb) Golike, a student at Westmont College (Santa Barbara, Calif.) on Aug. 24, 1946. Marilee and Deb met while students at Northwestern Bible School. more

Did Matthew Think Peter Was a False Disciple?

leading evangelical scholar says Matthew thought Peter was as bad as Judas.

Robert Gundry, scholar-in-residence and professor emeritus of New Testament and Greek at Westmont College, argues in his most recent book, Peter – False Disciple and Apostate according to Saint Matthew (Eerdmans), that “Matthew portrays Peter as a false disciple of Jesus, a disciple who went so far as to apostatize.” He believes Matthew does so to warn Christians “against the loss of salvation through falsity-exposing apostasy” and against the “ongoing presence of false disciples in the church.” more

 

Westmont Panel to Examine Junipero Serra’s Legacy

Several notable scholars will explore the history and legacy of Junipero Serra, the primary founder of the California missions, at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 3, 2015 in Hieronymus Lounge at Westmont’s Kerrwood Hall. more

Gibraltar Fire Prompts Schools To Close

All morning long Westmont College was being used as a makeshift water fill-up station. Helicopters were continuously sucking up water before returning to the flames. more

Westmont Panel to Examine Junipero Serra’s Legacy

Several notable scholars will explore the history and legacy of Junipero Serra, the primary founder of the California missions, at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 3, 2015 in Hieronymus Lounge at Westmont’s Kerrwood Hall. more

Siskiyou Young Artist profile: Abi Young

She hopes to attend Westmont College in Santa Barbara when she graduates from high school next June, and plans to major in art, with a minor in biology. more

UPDATE: Gibraltar Fire containment remains at 90 percent

Westmont College said on Twitter, Montecito Fire Department will use Westmont’s Lovik Field for helicopter support during the Gibraltar Fire. more

Augustinian Scholarship to Make Westmont More Affordable for 120 Students Yearly

Beginning in fall 2016, Westmont College will award scholarships covering 85 percent of tuition to 30 applicants each year. An extraordinary gift from a generous donor will fund the new Augustinian Scholarship and Honors Program. more

Streak Extends to 11 Straight for Lions

COSTA MESA, Calif. – Vanguard defeated #17 Westmont College 3-1 (29-27,21-25,25-14,25-18) to push their conference win streak to 11 as they continue with the second round of GSAC competition. The seventh ranked Pride were led by a match high 16 kills from Jessica Chase(JR/Riverside, CA) and strong defense from the back line. Boasting a 18-4,11-0 record, the Lions sit atop the GSAC standings and the Warriors are now 17-6,9-4 on the season. more

Santa Barbara County Teacher of the Year, Allison Heiduk, to Headline Westmont Teaching Conference

Allison Heiduk, Santa Barbara County Teacher of the Year, will be the keynote speaker at the third annual Let’s Talk Teaching Conference at 9 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 5, 2015, at Westmont College’s Page Multipurpose Room. more