Amelia Bowes

Strumming Through the Dark: Music, Faith and a Global Pandemic
In the wake of COVID-19, Redeemer's music department shares stories of grief, resilience and the healing power of a hymn.
Paint and Pandemics: Thinking, Feeling and Coping Through Art
Redeemer's senior art students share their experiences working and creating amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Wherefore in All Things: Looking Back on Henry V
Due to the restrictions of COVID-19, Redeemer’s spring mainstage was cancelled. The cast and crew reflect on the show’s preparation and potential.
Perseverance and Reliance on God in Montpellier
While studying abroad in France, student Erica Ten Hove learned just how crucial her faith was during a time of unexpected homesickness.
Continuing the Important Tradition of Living in Community
Construction of a new residence on Redeemer’s campus will accommodate the significant increase in enrolment expected as a result of tuition and fee restructuring.
Scholarships, Sketches and Shaw
With help from a prestigious scholarship, associate professor of theatre arts Dr. Sharon Klassen delves into the world of turn-of-the-century playwright George Bernard Shaw.
Faith and Conviction in the Modern Workplace
Braden VanDyk ’19 is learning to talk openly about his faith as a millennial in the modern workplace.
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