Since the beginning of the semester, the Academic Standards Committee has taken the next step to delineate guidelines for students and faculty advisors in the registration process and their interaction with the Center for Student Success, stressing that faculty advisors will continue to be the primary consultants concerning class scheduling, credit requirements, and major-specific planning.
“As an alumnus myself, I wasn’t connected to Covenant enough,” said Kim Collins, the new Director of Alumni Engagement at Covenant College. Collins’ job description, in “broad strokes,” as she puts it, is to get to know alumni, to find ways for them to stay connected and be involved, and to help them connect with other alumni. Collins, who began work for the college in late January, also works alongside faculty members and other departments such as the Admissions office and the Center for Calling and Career in order to facilitate alumni. Read More
The International Justice Mission club’s Coffee House on Wednesday, Feb. 25 raised $212 for anti-human trafficking justice work. This event took place from from 8:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m. and provided a platform for Covenant musicians to share their talent. Read More
Bruce Herman, 61, is the Distinguished Chair of the art department at Gordon College in Wenham, Massachusetts. According to his website, Herman works out of Gloucester, Mass. His artwork has been presented in more than 125 group exhibitions and more than 25 solo shows across the country. He has received international recognition, and his work is featured in the Vatican Museum of Modern Religious Art. Read More