The Pajari Award for best original undergraduate research in political science was presented to Covenant College student Kellan Robinson ’18 at the Georgia Political Science Association 2017 Annual Meeting.
"The reality is it's always been scary to be black in America. That hasn't changed. But I feel like, if you all, my white brothers and sisters, take heart to what we've been saying, to what MLK was saying, to what Jesus said on the cross two-thousand years ago, the reality for me and my children won't have to be scary."
—Erik Peeples '20
With the advent of the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, the Covenant College Reformation Lectures will offer exceptional opportunities to examine this historic event. We are excited to welcome six esteemed lecturers who will bring their singular insight to bear on the Reformation and its impact on the past, present, and future. Visit covenant.edu/reformation500 for video, schedule, and speaker profiles.
On Martin Luther King, Jr. Day and Day of Prayer, the Covenant community gathered for a sunrise service at the Rock City Overlook, learned from a student panel discussion on race, served our neighbors in the afternoon, and had an evening celebration with Rev. Irwyn Ince, James Ward, and the Covenant College Jazz Band.
Covenant College's 2017 Alumni of the Year awards were presented in chapel on November 20, 2017. The Alumni of the Year awards provide an opportunity to highlight the good, redeeming work that God faithfully does in and through His people for His glory.
“Singing in the Stairwell in Andreas with everyone is probably the coolest experience I’ve had; I do it almost every Sunday and it just never gets old. Shouting 'Were You There' at the top of my lungs, rejoicing with everyone, and shaking the walls with praise is such an amazing feeling.” - Novella Long '18
The mission of Covenant College is to explore and express the preeminence of Jesus Christ in all things. We offer the world biblically grounded men and women equipped to live out extraordinary callings in ordinary places.