“I think people will see us being willing to laugh at ourselves and our ridiculousness,” says Jeff Ryan ’12 of his new movie YouthMin. “But the film comes away with a meaningful message and I think people will be inspired by that.”
“What’s it like to play music in the Edward Jones Dome in front of 16,000 people? I mean, that’s just not a normal thing that happens in life, let alone to a kid from backwoods Vermont,” says Bryce Bachelder ’10, who was selected to be part of the highly competitive Urbana 2015 worship team.
“If every human is created in God’s image, what does that mean for how we engage in politics and justice issues?” Meet Katie Thompson ’12—author, D.C. dweller, game changer. As the editor of Shared Justice and co-author of… Read More
It’s not every day that students have an opportunity to interview presidential candidates—but students in Gordon’s Journalism class recently did just that. They applied their classroom learning to a real-world experience, traveling as reporters to nearby New Hampshire… Read More
When you first enter assistant professor of communication arts Scott Thurman’s office you might be tempted to think it’s a student lounge with all the movie posters on the walls and interesting plants scattered around. But make no mistake.