This is how Professor Jeff Morton—just “Morty” to those who know him—teaches students how to paint: He comes into the studio on time (which is not true for several members of the class). He wears low-top hiking shoes with paint spots on them, loose fitting ashe colored carpenter’s pants that reinforce his sturdy build, a knit sweater, and a soft felt cap perched far back on his head.
In Reformed circles, doubt, it seems, is considered more of an existential problem rather than a truth problem. In other words, doubt is seen as a problem with an individual and not the doctrinal beliefs associated with their community.
A strange phenomenon has been occuring every Tuesday night in Founder’s third lobby this semester. “The Bachelor” TV show seems to be quite the event among some college students at Covenant College. Everyone gathers around as we wait for the next episode of drama to unfold.
LeBron James has not missed the playoffs in the previous 13 seasons. His first two seasons in the NBA are the only two in which he failed to make the postseason. His streak of 13 is second among active players, with Tony Parker holding the top spot with 17 consecutive postseasons
He toes the rubber. 60 feet 6 inches from home plate, Ken Burke squats down, waiting to catch the heat Adam Carver (‘21) is about to let loose. Carver takes a look, reads Ken’s signs—2 outs, 2 strikes—he unleashes an absolute beauty of a slider. Strike 3! He turns to the opposing team’s dugout, “You like that?” he kindly asks them, tipping his hat to them and revealing his fresh new mullet.