Ribbens Academic Complex dedicated
In addition to the Ribbens Academic Complex event, an open house was
held the same day to showcase the new nursing department facilities
which are now located in the old President's home on Fourth Avenue
Also in this issue . . .
Students will film slums in Africa
Dordt College recognized as Champion
Of Character Institution
Alumni woodworking featured
A display of handcrafted woodwork is being shown at the Dordt College Campus Center Art Gallery from Oct. 16 through Nov. 14.
The work of three Dordt alumni is featured in the exhibit: Jesse Hagey (Class of '06), Gregg Hooyer (Class of '84), and Delmar Vander Zee (Class of '66).
The public is invited to this free exhibition. The Campus Center Art Gallery is open every day from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
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John Calvin's 500th anniversary observed with two upcoming events
In addition, you can still register for the day-long
Calvin, Worship, and the Arts Workshop which will be held on Saturday,
Nov. 7, with plenary speakers Dr. Karin Maag, director of the Meeter
Center at Calvin College, and Dr. Duane Kelderman, vice-president
for administration at Calvin Theological Seminary and co-author of
Authentic Worship in a Changing Culture. There will
also be several break out sessions on various worship related
Dordt adds women's golf
Tuesday, November 17, at 7 p.m.; Edgerton, MN -- Alumni and friends in the Edgerton area are invited to hear Dr. Hubert Krygsman, professor of history at Dordt College, make a presentation titled "How Should Christians regard Islam?" at Southwest Christian High School. Dr. Krygsman will explain the development and beliefs of Islam and compare them with Christianity. He will examine the roots of contemporary conflicts and offers suggestions for how Christians should respond based on a biblical understanding of our calling to do justice and make disciples of all nations. RSVP by November 16 to Wes Fopma or Dennis Kroll.
Tuesday, November 24, at 7:30 p.m.-- Alumni and friends
are invited to have hors d'oeuvres and beverages at halftime of the
Dordt College men's basketball game when the Defenders take on
the William Penn Statesman in the Statesman gymnasium in
Oskaloosa. RSVP to Wes Fopma
or Mark Blankespoor at 641-628-8590.
Ed Lotterman, economist and writer of the Real World Economics newspaper column, will present two lectures at Dordt College on Nov. 5 and 6 on the current state of our economy. Lotterman is a former faculty member at Dordt who taught economics and farm management. Click here for more details.
The Dakota Wind Quintet will present a guest concert at Dordt College on Friday, Nov. 13, at 7:30 p.m. in the B.J. Haan Auditorium. The Dordt College Music Department is sponsoring this free performance by an outstanding ensemble associated with the South Dakota Symphony Orchestra.
Fall semester group visit days at Dordt College for high school juniors and seniors are Nov. 6 and 20; and Dec. 4. To find out more about visit days or to schedule a visit, click here, or contact the admissions office at 800-343-6738, option 1.
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