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Jun 30, 2022

Tony Villani is many things: chief among them, a visionary chronicler of non-fiction stories. 

He recently joined the podcast to discuss some of his work, his creative process, and why he chooses the medium of independent filmmaking to display his artistic vision. 

Villani also goes into detail on his latest project,...

Jun 7, 2022

If you were to ask Torie Weiston-Serdan about how it feels to be featured in Forbes, she would probably answer with one word: “humbled.” 

Torie recently joined Jeremy on The Campfire to discuss her passion for critical mentoring and what it means to make a positive impact in the lives of youth. Plus, they go over...

May 9, 2022

Before he was a university president, dean, or even a college professor, Len Jessup was a centerfielder for the College of the Siskiyous in Northern California with a drive to learn. 

Today, he’s one of the most widely-recognized leaders in higher education, and has served as CGU’s 12th president since 2018.


Apr 20, 2022

Can’t Have a Campfire without a flame. Did you know that The Flame magazine at CGU has been in publication since 2000? 22 years later, it’s still going strong!

Join Jeremy and Megan as they discuss the magazine, its history, and some of the notable taglines throughout the years.

Plus, they go over the newly...

Mar 10, 2022

Welcome back and thanks for listening!

Last season, we spoke with Diane Chase, CGU’s VP for academic innovation, student success, and strategic initiatives. Not only is she well-versed in student success but is a widely-renowned archaeologist. 

Her work was recently featured in PBS’s NOVA documentary program, one of...