A Piece of USIU-Alliant and San Diego History
Nicholas Vega, Senior Curator at the San Diego Historical Society talks about 12-foot-high oak doors that stood in the entrance of the International Theosophical Institute on Point Loma in 1901, which is now Point Loma Nazarene. In 1952, a fire destroyed the temple, but the doors were saved.
The doors were carved in 1901 by Reginal Machell of the Royal Academy in London, and depict the artist's ideal man and woman. In 1942, the Theosophical Institute moved and the property was acquired by USIU, which is now Alliant International University. Alliant displays the doors so the public can admire the craftmanship and the history they represent.
CSPP Holiday Academic Tour to Chennai, India (By Dr. Jason Platt, Jan. 2009)
An I-MERIT Video on Cultural Identity
Pei-Ling Tsai discusses language and culture at the I-MERIT Cultural Identity Ceremony on March 11, 2008 at Alliant International University, San Diego.
Alliant Celebrates Long-Term Benefactor Richard Hawk
A USIU Memory Video from Facebook