Fall 2021 Issue

Professor of English Dr. John Van Rys talks about his new short story collection.
Amelia Bowes / October 28, 2021
Brenda Stephenson is an associate professor in psychology.
October 28, 2021
An update from Redeemer’s Interim President.
David Zietsma / October 28, 2021
A closer look at how Redeemer’s 2025 Strategic Plan is moving the institution forward by strengthening its roots and investing in student and graduate success.
Shannon McBride / October 28, 2021
English writing students Michelle Wright and Ben Wright channeled their pandemic experiences into a riveting anthology of creative non-fiction.
Amelia Bowes / October 28, 2021
Two science students conducted research using PCR technology as part of Undergraduate Student Research Awards this summer, supported by NSERC and Redeemer.
Nicole Benbow / October 28, 2021
Annika Koekkoek ’21 and third-year student Amy Pardy enhance the connection between the social sciences and faith through the student-run club, SOAPS.
Amelia Bowes / October 28, 2021
Through physiotherapy co-op work experiences, fifth-year kinesiology student Selena Kennedy is learning to see God in her work and follow his path.
Amelia Bowes / October 28, 2021
Fifth-year clinical psychology student Tyler Kwalik is learning to rely on God’s faithfulness through every circumstance.
October 28, 2021
Elizabeth VanVeen ’13 shares her journey from working as a literature teacher to a programme policy officer with the United Nations’ World Food Programme.
Amelia Bowes / October 28, 2021
Lewis Tuininga ’17 is excelling at his dream career in the sports industry.
Amelia Bowes / October 28, 2021
Excited to explore different aspects of government, Celina Oster ’21 has been learning how to effect change through the legislative process.
Shannon McBride / October 28, 2021
Assistant professor of social work Dr. Morgan Braganza is highlighting the different experiences of marginalized people in social work education.
Amelia Bowes / October 28, 2021
A dedicated faculty book section brings Redeemer’s legacy of research and scholarship to its recently refreshed bookstore, 21Five.
Shannon McBride / October 28, 2021
Dr. Aaron Griffith, assistant professor of history at Whitworth University and Redeemer’s 2021 Emerging Public Intellectual Award winner, is exploring the connection between evangelical...
Amelia Bowes / October 5, 2021

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