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The annual Kuyper Conference, founded in 1998 at Princeton Theological Seminary, acknowledges the stream of Calvinist thought represented by Abraham...
Three years of strong incoming classes continue to support record enrolment as the university looks to program sustainability for the future.
Looking back on 40 years of God’s faithfulness to Redeemer and anticipating what’s to come.
From September 30 to October 1, 2022, Redeemer celebrated 40 years of milestones, moments and miracles with faculty, staff, students, alumni and the support community.
Dr. David Zietsma, appointed Redeemer’s fifth president on March 4, 2022, shares about his journey to the role, his passion for Christian higher education and his...
The new centre and makerspace will launch in time for the fall term with the tagline Think. Try. Launch.
As the university grows and buildings are added, well-suited names are becoming increasingly important for wayfinding and clearly communicating purpose and vision.
EPI winner Dr. Daniel Lee Hill aims to both energize and challenge Christians to seek the good of their neighbours and their communities in creative ways through his...
Heidi de Vries, the 2022 Distinguished Alumni Award winner, lives out her calling boldly as a lawyer and executive leader in municipal government.
Remarks from president emeritus Dr. Justin Cooper at Redeemer's 40th anniversary celebration service on October 1, 2022.
Ruth Ann Schuringa '89, the first faculty award winner, reflects on the early days of Redeemer's music program.
Sylvia Taekema '86, Redeemer's first valedictorian, is now an accomplished children's author.
This Christmas, the Concert Choir will experience “Christmas Around The World – Anthems and Seasonal Carols from Antiquity through the...
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