The Viewbook is one of the best ways to learn more about Redeemer. Read it online, or contact the Recruitment Office to have one mailed to you.
Tangents is a magazine that has two main areas of focus: (1) To give the Redeemer community a forum for sharing their collective intellectual strength through compelling opinions/positions on current issues and affairs; and, (2) To showcase the impact of our community work at every level - local, national, ecclestical, artistic, international, etc.
Tangents is a magazine that promotes critical thinking and analysis, compelling thought leadership and shows that while our opinions may differ from the majority and in some cases, even from each other, we are not afraid to share or defend them. This is what we have come to refer to as "going off on tangents" - hence, the name. We will reflect and provide a vehicle for those voices that diverge from commonly-held or 'in-the-box' thinking, recognizing that Redeemer is called to be a leader in the Christian community, an institution that is "in the world, but not of the world."
The first issue of Images
was published in February, 1987 and was designed to be a newsletter for alumni. In the fall of 1998, shortly after Redeemer was given the right to grant Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science degrees, it was transformed into the magazine of the entire Redeemer support community, including alumni.
was published three times a year, and was a joint effort between the Alumni Association and the Communications and Media Relations Department at Redeemer. The last issue of Images
was printing in Winter 2010 and has now been replaced by Tangents
Redeemer’s student newspaper The Crown is a collage of different genres of journalistic storytelling—from news to features and commentary—that are different ways to tell the “grand narrative” of the Bible in which the unfolding story of Redeemer is a part.
The Crown offers all students, regardless of whether you have writing experience, the opportunity to develop your journalistic skills covering campus events, delving into controversial issues (including those that extend the focus beyond the boundaries of the campus), and entertaining your readers with lively reviews and light-hearted commentary.
Getting involved is easy: just contact the Editor-in-Chief, at email@example.com with a story proposal. Or, if you’re not sure what to write about, simply tell us your interest; there are always lots of events and ideas waiting to be covered throughout the year. Just ask!
The Minstrel is Redeemer’s literary magazine. It is an avenue for students of Redeemer to publish fiction and poetry, and it aims to encourage the creative writing of the student body.
The editor and assistant editor are chosen by the student body to best represent the students’ literary work. For the academic year 2009-10, the editor is Peter Frieswick, Ministrel.Submit@gmail.com.
The Minstrel is published twice a year—once in November and once in March. If you are interested in submitting a piece of creative writing for the next issue , we would love to hear from you!
Anno Domini is dedicated to producing a professional yearbook. Illustrating the many different activities at Redeemer, Anno Domini provides students with lasting memories. Contact the Editor-in-Chief at firstname.lastname@example.org to see how you could get involved!