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Grace College Announces Henrik Söderström Mixed Media Arts Exhibition

Thursday, August 15

Henrik Söderström, an artist, designer, and idea enthusiast, will present his mixed media artwork on Sept. 13, 2019, during the opening reception for his exhibit, “Dreaming of linear tunnels in the sky, thousands of permanently underground rabbits pushed and prodded the dirt until their feet were sore,” in the Art [...]
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Grace College Offers Courses for Senior Learners

Tuesday, August 13

Grace College will once again offer the Silver Scholars Program this fall semester. Adults 55 and older may audit approved on-campus classes at a reduced rate of $25 per class, much lower than the standard auditing fee. These courses are offered to enrich the lives of both the Silver [...]
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Grace College Faculty and Staff Participate in Civil Rights Bus Tour

Thursday, August 8

Four Grace College faculty and staff members participated in a nine-day Civil Rights Bus Tour this summer. The tour was led by Dr. Todd Allen, founder of The Common Ground Project and professor of communication at Messiah College. The bus stopped at key southern sites of the Civil Rights [...]
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Yocum Brings 36 Years of Local Theatre Experience to Grace Students

Friday, July 26

Grace College Associate Professor of Communication Mike Yocum calculates 2019 as his 36th year at Wagon Wheel Center for the Arts. He has performed almost every summer since 1983. Yocum has been a part of 80 shows, and recently participated in the musical, “Oklahoma!” as Andrew Carnes. Yocum looks forward [...]
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Grace College Math Professor Elected Indiana Chair of Mathematical Association of America

Monday, July 15

Dr. Kris Farwell, mathematics program director at Grace College, was elected the Indiana Chair of Mathematical Association of America (MAA), the world’s largest community of mathematicians, students, and enthusiasts. Farwell will serve as chair for a three-year term. Farwell received his Ph.D. in mathematics from  Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, N.Y. He has [...]
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Jazz Festival to feature Emmy Award-winning trumpeter Orbert Davis

Wednesday, July 10

The Winona Lake Jazz Festival will take place on Saturday, July 27, from 1 – 7 p.m. under a large tent on Tabernacle Lawn, 801 Park Ave., Winona Lake.  Part of the Grace College and Village at Winona Festival of Music, the free, outdoor concert is sponsored by Sweetwater [...]
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Lilly Center, ACRES Partner for Bock Nature Preserve Expedition

Tuesday, July 9

Join the Lilly Center for Lakes & Streams and ACRES Land Trust for a memorable woodland expedition at Bock Nature Preserve on Saturday, July 27, from 9-10 a.m. Casey Jones, director of land management at ACRES, will guide visitors through both woodland and prairie ecosystems. Bock [...]
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Faria completes season of pro soccer in Europe

Friday, June 28

Grace’s graduated senior Flavia Faria enjoyed her first season of professional women’s soccer this spring in Europe. Faria played for ETO FC Győr in the top division of Hungarian soccer (NB I). The squad finished sixth in the standings for the season. ETO FC Győr plays in the 15,600-seat ETO Park [...]
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Grace College & Seminary Professor Co-Authors Jeremiah Commentary

Thursday, June 27

Dr. Tiberius Rata, associate dean of the School of Ministry Studies at Grace College & Seminary, and Walter C. Kaiser Jr. published Walking the Ancient Paths: A Commentary on Jeremiah with Lexham Press on June 19. In this book, the authors illuminate the book of Jeremiah for a contemporary audience. Rata received [...]
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