Editorial: Volume 47:1 (4/September/2012)

After seventeen years of education, the first day of school still gets me. There’s that air of nervous potential, that feeling of endless possibility. You stand before a clean canvas and raise a … [Read more...]

Gateway Opens With a Bang

by John Medendorp, editor-in-chief Most of us at CTS don’t get the opportunity to experience Orientation and Gateway more than once. But this year, I had the privilege of being involved in the … [Read more...]

Advice For M.A. Students

by Becky Hoeksema, ‘12 Consider yourself lucky. Yes. Lucky. You are a Master of Arts student. You have joined the ranks of people who know that there is knowledge to be had, the ranks of people who … [Read more...]

The Clownfish of Seminary

by Elle Boersma, ’13 Having studied Kinesiology in undergrad, I wanted to approach this article in a way that made sense to me. I love analogies and anatomy, so naturally my first thought was an … [Read more...]

Advice For Th.M. Students

by Reita Yazawa, ’08 Th.M.  1. How to Study I think in American classroom culture, especially in Th.M. courses, it is very important to learn critical thinking or analytical reading. I sometimes … [Read more...]