By Ashley Bowman
The duo’s platform includes bringing back the Forum Wall, returning to a pre-pandemic academic calendar, and instituting a multicultural festival.
By Haleigh Olthof
New initiative aims to reach under-served students by integrating information about the center’s resources into professors’ curricula.
By Grace Kenyon
After more than a year of pandemic precautions, vaccinated students say the end is in sight.
By Emily Nead
Despite many setbacks, senior Sarah Spacek’s musical, “Blessed is She,” is performed in front of a live audience.
By Kaitlin Liebling
Most campus programs have scaled back on events and resources, but the counseling center has bolstered efforts to meet student demand for psychological care.
By Jacob Murrie and Helen Huiskes
An hour-long prayer vigil honored the eight victims of the attacks and brought faculty, staff, and students together to lament.
By Nathalie Murillo
Where Are the Women? hosts internal and external speakers to spotlight women’s issues.
By Helen Huiskes
From a translator to ministry founder, Argentinian-born pastor and author leaves a legacy of millions led to Christ.
By Emily Brabec
The prizes, named for former OMD Director Rodney Sisco, honor faculty and staff who advance diversity, inclusion, justice, and unity.
By Jacob Murrie
Faculty join local Etz Chaim Congregation to celebrate the Shabbat using the college’s Torah manuscript.