This season, many women will give birth outside of the hospital. Although they share in Mary’s labor pains, they have angels of a different kind: certified nurse midwives like Story Jones ’04 who do their part to create a more comfortable environment (than, say, a barn) for bringing a baby into the world.
In celebration of Lewis’ birthday today, The Bell interviewed Inklings scholar Sørina (Kulberg) Higgins ’02, who has spent the last 17 years studying the works of writers Charles Williams and C.S. Lewis.
From the ocean to top corporations, the recipients of the 2019 Alumni Awards and Athletics Hall of Honor make a difference in a variety of settings. Get to know them and see them honored at the Homecoming Awards Ceremony.
For new faculty member Dan Norton, teaching psychology means dispelling misconceptions, utilizing clinical experience and contributing to the kingdom of God by washing peoples’ feet.
In order to truly care for people, we need to work on fighting climate change while also helping people who are impacted by it,” says Christine Seibert ’18, local coordinator for a Maine-based nonprofit that produces affordable window-inserts to protect homes from chilly drafts in colder months