I was born and raised in Southern California, and my family has always been a Biola family, so to come here was a no brainer. I’m a sophomore now, and absolutely in love with my broadcast journalism major. I love stories: telling them, hearing them, and even being a part of them, and broadcast lets me do that while still giving me the possibility to meet new and exciting people! I’d love to become a reporter in the future and be able to use my platform to bring attention to ministry opportunities or social justice issues in the news.
Richard Daniel Martinez was born and raised in Lakewood, WA. He has grown up a sports fanatic of all sorts and watches Sportscenter religiously. He is pursuing a degree in Journalism, with an emphasis in ‘Broadcasting’. He also is a member of the Biola Torch, the radio station here on campus, as an announcer for play-by-play. He aspires to be a sports announcer/show host and would one day hope to work for ESPN where he can bring the world of sports in fun and personable way, while highlighting the glory of God throughout sports.
Stephanie Lindo is a Biola sophomore from Bowie, MD. As soon as she got involved with broadcast she knew it was the career for her. She has spent the last year diving into the world of Journalism. Stephanie started off as a sideline reporter and color commentator for the Prince Georges Community College Owl’s basketball team and has worked her way –through various projects and classes– to being a multifaceted reporter for Eagle Vision News and The Torch Radio. Stephanie is a dynamic journalist on the rise, and a force to be reckoned with.
Tiffany is currently a transfer Junior studying Broadcast Journalism at BIOLA University. She is a reporter for Eagle Vision and enjoys entertainment reporting, and hopes to be a talk show host or Anchor in a top 10 market.Throughout Tiffany’s training and experience in theater, vocal and instrumental music on the piano, violin, and the harp, Tiffany has mainstreamed into performing in productions as an actress, vocalist, and as a musician. She was offered a job at Martin Sound Recording Studio, singing a background solo arrangement for the movie “Terra” which was released in September 2007. She has won several music awards including, being asked to study and play the harp in England under the direction of KarenVaughn of the London Symphony Orchestra, and recently released a single on iTunes called “Here to Stay” with Orangehaus Records. You can see Tiffany around campus performing in the BIOLA Chorale, Eaglehosting for prospective students, and reporting the latest news.