The weekend of March 23rd through the 24th, ten students from Covenant College’s Music Department traveled to Auburn University to compete in the Southeastern Region of the National Association of Teachers of Singing (S.E.R.N.A.T.S.).
“Perpetuity” is a show striking a chord with viewers because of the importance of our senses, our ability to interact with materials, and our memories. Each artist represented provides a unique perspective on what it means to visually glorify God with our capacity to create.
On September 30, 1938, British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain gave a speech to the British people declaring he had achieved "peace for our time." How had he achieved this peace? He had negotiated, appeased and caved to the demands of Adolf Hitler and the Nazis at the Munich Conference.
There is a beautiful moment that occurs when, after waiting in hungry suspense, you make eye contact with your waiter and realize your food is coming towards you. Your heart skips a beat as your waiter places half a pound of deliciousness in front of you. In that one moment, all is well with the world, finals are not approaching, summer jobs have been obtained, and you tear up with joy. Or is that just me?
The sun is out. The flowers are in bloom. Exams are upon us. It’s playoff time. For months we have been forced to sit quietly, overflowing with anticipation, as we await the part of the season that really matters, the part where the sports stars pull away from the pack and show what it really takes to be one of the greats and truly excel at the game of basketball.
The Villanova Wildcats won their second national championship title in three years this Monday night, dominating Michigan for most of the game on their way to a 79-62 victory.
March Madness is here and living up to its name.In the first weekend alone, there were 15 upsets, most notably among them No. 1 overall seed Virginia, who went 31-2 in the regular season and then fell to 16th seeded no-name UMBC by 20 points.