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Lancers Live Loud: Randy Roberts

Thursday, August 15

If someone mentions baseball, you can probably begin to hear the sounds in your head. The crack of the bat. The umpire calling balls and strikes. The call of the food vendor selling popcorn and crackerjacks. Even the mowing of the lawn. Wait, a lawnmower? If you're Randy Roberts, the [...]
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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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A Wreck for Jesus

Monday, August 12

When Martin Schiele crawled out of the emergency door of his overturned school bus, he had no idea his prospects for playing Division I basketball had ended. Schiele and his Griffith High School (Indiana) teammates were headed to compete in a semifinal state basketball game on March 19, [...]
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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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Black Belts and Books

Wednesday, July 31

How Taekwondo Inspired Jerry Koontz to Complete his Degree When thirty-six-year-old Jerry Koontz of Elkhart, IN found himself volunteering at his sons’ martial arts academy two nights per week for several hours, he was struck with an idea. The excuse of a lack of time would [...]
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Wanting & Wayfinding

Tuesday, July 30

Hannah Deblois’ parents, Michael (BA 89) and Sue (Herbert BS 88) Deblois, have been ministers most of her life, pastoring a small church in Michigan while also holding down part-time jobs in the school district. “We didn’t always know where the money was going to come from,” remembers Deblois, [...]
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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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PIVOT with PURPOSE

Thursday, July 25

How Grace Graduate, Jamin Parker, took a job with Mercedes Benz as a Launching Pad into his Career After visiting a slew of colleges in 2011, high school senior, Jamin Parker, decided to attend Grace College. For the Indiana native, offered a full-ride scholarship for academics and
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