Fall 2017 Issue

Welcoming the Stranger
Alumna Sarah Snider works with Micah House and Karam Kitchen, two different organizations with very similar goals: empowering and walking alongside refugees and newcomers.
The Story of the Secularization of the West
Outside Western Europe and North America, the world seems to be getting more religious, not less. What if secularization is not the inevitable future of religion in all societies, but one of many possible futures?
Trashing Mountains
Fuelled by a six-week residency at the Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity, Phil Irish’s latest exhibition, mount pile, explores the natural and artificial summits of the world.
The Man Who Saved the World
Our cultural crisis is not capacity, skills training or job readiness — it’s integrity, ethics, worldview, love.
Anything but Typical
Museum collections manager Michael VanHartingsveldt ‘11 has taught, travelled, worked and studied in five different countries since graduation.
Introducing Redeemer’s Applied Social Sciences program
The Sociology/Social Work program has always been interdisciplinary. The new name highlights Redeemer’s approach to the two disciplines.
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