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Monday, November 29, 2004

Grebel mourns the death of Dr. Rodney J. Sawatsky, 1943-2004

It is with deep sadness that Conrad Grebel University College mourns the death of Dr. Rodney James Sawatsky, on November 27, 2004. Rod died at home in Waterloo at the age of 60, in loving care after a courageous struggle with brain cancer. Beloved and devoted husband of Lorna (Ewert) for 40 years. Cherished father of Tanya of Waterloo, Lisa and Katherine, both of Toronto.

Wednesday, September 29, 2004

Grebel welcomes new professor, Dr. Nathan Funk

This summer, Conrad Grebel University College welcomed Dr. Nathan Funk, Assistant Professor in Peace and Conflict Studies (PACS), as the newest member of the Grebel faculty. With his highly interdisciplinary training, broad range of teachable courses, and keen interest in research and writing about ethnic and communal identity in large-scale conflict and peacebuilding processes, Funk promises to be a perfect match for Grebel’s growing PACS program. Marlene Epp, Academic Dean, says

Tuesday, September 7, 2004

Conrad Grebel establishes a Russian Mennonite Memorial Garden

Most people of Russian Mennonite heritage have heard stories of the massive old oak tree in Khortitsa, Russia. The tree was an unofficial gathering place for the whole community with picnics, weddings, and meetings often taking place in the cool shade of its leaves.

Wednesday, August 18, 2004

The Frank H. Epp collection

After combing through nine of Frank H. Epp’s filing cabinets (so far), Linda Huebert Hecht knows more than a little bit about this important church leader. Hired by Conrad Grebel University College in 1999, she has worked part-time archiving Epp's extensive collection of correspondence, research notes, articles and newspaper clippings. According to Sam Steiner, Grebel Archivist, this five year project, jointly funded by the Frank H. Epp Memorial Fund and Grebel, is important because

Monday, June 28, 2004

Know what is in front of your face and what is hidden from you will be disclosed

Know what is in front of your face and what is hidden from you will be disclosed.

This is the central theme in Tom Harpur’s most recent book The Pagan Christ: Recovering the Lost Light. Harpur, a columnist for the Toronto Star, spoke at a fundraiser for Toronto Mennonite Theological Centre (TMTC) in June.

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