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Dr. David Zietsma, a visionary and longstanding member of Redeemer’s leadership team, will lead the university into its next chapter.
Shannon McBride / March 29, 2022
Redeemer faculty, staff and students reflect on the complexity of participation and engagement with issues of the day on digital platforms.
Shannon McBride / March 29, 2022
An update from Redeemer’s president.
David Zietsma / March 29, 2022
New public art on campus will draw the viewer in as the missing element.
Shannon McBride / March 29, 2022
While taking part in a course with Oxford University, Jessica Khalil learned that the art of debating is not only necessary for a career, but for our Christian calling.
Nathan Reid-Welford / March 29, 2022
Act Five student Allie Buist reflects on a month-long tech fast as part of the Act Five gap year program.
Allie Buist / March 29, 2022
Aren Plante ’19 is seeking the peace and prosperity of the city as a public servant.
Cameron Phillips / March 29, 2022
Dr. KJ Drake set out to explore the historical debate of the nature of Jesus in his recently published book.
Shannon McBride / March 29, 2022
Associate professor of art Phil Irish is participating in a reimagined Lenten tradition.
Amelia Bowes / March 29, 2022
The history program offers students a unique balance of strategic courses.
Shannon McBride / March 29, 2022
Dr. Aaron Smith, assistant professor of social work and director of field education, talks about the principles that guide him in his work at Redeemer.
Amelia Bowes / March 29, 2022
Raymond Chiu is assistant professor of business.
March 29, 2022
Student-athletes Maddison Cohoon and Matthew Walraven detail their spiritual formations since transferring from public universities.
Amelia Bowes / March 29, 2022
The 2021-22 academic year brought the launch of the new School of Education and School of Business to Redeemer.
Shannon McBride / March 29, 2022
Resound sat down with Elise Arsenault '19 to learn about how her time at Redeemer prepared her for a life of artistry, rooted faith and curiosity.
Cameron Phillips / March 29, 2022
In her new children’s book, Amber Kuipers ’10 confronts the many layers of grief.
Amelia Bowes / March 29, 2022
Third-year history student Karilyn Van Brugge spent the summer of 2021 exploring and maintaining Redeemer’s history.
Amelia Bowes / March 29, 2022
Fourth-year international student Nadine Iraguha describes the growth and sense of belonging she’s experienced at Redeemer.
Amelia Bowes / March 29, 2022
Dr. Moriah Pellowe ’14 is using mathematics to better understand and optimize medical treatment and access.
Shannon McBride / March 15, 2022
Redeemer’s Centre for Christian Scholarship has a new name, a new director and three new faculty fellows to take its work to the next level.
Shannon McBride / March 8, 2022
As part of their senior capstone project and in partnership with CityLAB Hamilton, Andrene Gregory and Rachel Drouin explored the contributions made and obstacles faced by the city’s BIPOC...
Amelia Bowes / February 15, 2022

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