Students

Seeing God in the Small Things
A testimony from third-year student Natalie Lantz.
Called to Restoration
Noah Van Brenk, valedictorian for the Class of 2018 addressed his fellow graduates with a message of reflection and encouragement.
Christians in the Newsroom
This summer, Redeemer student Anna Bailey '21 attended The World Journalism Institute at Dordt College to learn storytelling and technical skills for the newsroom.
A Semester Spent in Jordan
Redeemer International Studies program student Jessica Banninga shares about her experience studying abroad in Jordan.
Questions Answered and Unanswered
Fourth year theology and philosophy student Ruth Chan shares a reflection on how God has shaped her during her education.
A Change of Course
After studying for a year at a public university, Julia DeWeerd '21 felt God calling her to transfer to Redeemer's Business program instead.
A Chemistry Celebrity
Janelle Vander Hout '18 came away from her summer research with more than knowledge and an improved skillset. A 2-D network structure was christened with her initials.
The Royals Rise to Number One
The Redeemer's men's basketball team entered uncharted territory in 2018, finishing the season in first place.
An Individual, Not a Number
Students comment on Redeemer’s dedication to their personal, academic and spiritual growth in the latest Canadian University Consortium survey
Salut, Redeemer!
Redeemer French program students Kirsten Klompmaker '19 and Nicole Katerberg '19 write about their semester abroad in the south of France
The Gratitude Project
This February, the Redeemer campus celebrated donors' generosity.
More Than a Shoebox
For the second year in a row, shoeboxes were packed on campus for Operation Christmas Child as part of “Beyond the Box”
Hamilton’s Newest Innovation Hub
Redeemer partners to launch an innovation centre for experiential learning in downtown Hamilton.
Interning Close to Home
International Studies student Sydney Sequillion ’18 completed an internship at Habitat for Humanity in her Kingston hometown.
In Her Element
Environmental studies student Julia de Jong '18 credits her internship at Au Sable Environmental Institute as the spark for her passion for environmental education
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