CORDmagazine Fall 2019

In this issue ...

Making a difference

  • "A classroom that feels like home," exploring the new occupational therapy assistant space (p. 2)


  • "Wayne and Harriett Hooper: quiet champions for Adventist education," by Ken Farrow (p. 4)

Campus news

  • "OTA program launch" (p. 5)
  • "Union ranked 'Best Value'" (p. 5)
  • "PA program recieves full accreditation through 2027" (p. 5)
  • What's online (pp. 6-7)
  • "Restoring Rees Hall: Volunteers give time and money to makeover old rooms," by Scott Cushman with Kim Peckham (p. 8-9)
  • "Former Rees roommates pool funds to makeover an old room in 2020" (p. 9)
  • "New directors bring new directions to Union athletic programs," by Emily Roque Cisneros (p. 10)
  • "DeCamps receive President's Award during 2019 commencement," by LuAnn Davis (p. 11)
  • "Favorite spaces" by Micah Robinson and Dani Arthur, featuring Mark Robison and Taryn Rouse (p. 12) 

Alumni news

  • "Fifteen years later: a family reflects on how their Union experience shaped their careers and family," by Emily Roque Cisneros featuring Rande and Heather Colburn (p. 13)
  • "Déjà-vu or Destiny?" by Carrie Purkeypile featuring Madison Wagnaar (pp. 14-15)
  • "A calling that led back home," by Trena Smith Reed featuring Jason Woll (pp. 16-17)
  • "A circle to calling: where health care and pastoral care meet," by Lauren Bongard Schwarz featuring Matthew Mundall (p. 18-19)
  • "From shepherd to CEO," by Bjorn Karlman featuring Mardian and Joan Blair (pp. 20-21)
  • "A teacher ont he edge," by Mike Mennard featuring Kelli Vigil (p. 22-23)

In every issue

  • Births (pp. 24-25)
  • Weddings (p. 26)
  • Keep in touch (p. 27)
  • In memory (pp. 27-34)
  • The last word: "The internship of a lifetime," by Dr. Vinita Sauder (p. 35)