On November 5, 2018, Jon Fitzpatrick, newly hired vice president of admissions and marketing, was fired. In protest to his termination, Laura Scott Madden (‘18) and Callie Nelson (‘16) resigned their posts as admissions counselors (ACs), thus cutting the AC staff by a third.
Cyntoia Brown, who says she was a 16-year-old sex trafficking victim when she killed a man in 2004, was granted clemency by Tennessee’s governor on Monday, January 7th, according to the Chattanooga Times Free Press. She will be released on August 7th, 15 years after she was first arrested, and is to remain on parole for 10 years. Read More
Sex. Psychology Today reported that statistically speaking, the average college student thinks about sex dozens of times a day. Covenant College students are no exception. This year, the Chapel Department has hosted a series of faculty lectures on sexuality and gender Read More
As of Monday, January 21st, the U.S. government has been shut down for 30 days, making it the longest in United States history. In the past 6 years, the government has had three significant shutdowns—2013, 2018, and 2019; the latest one occurring due to a lack of funding for border patrol and, the most popular topic associated with President Trump, the Wall. Read More
Bright, unnatural light is a sure fire sign of aliens coming to abduct you, but that’s probably not what happened on the night of January 8th on Covenant College’s small campus. Reports tell us that 2 transformers blew that fateful Tuesday night. Read More