Dordt Diamond


Dordt College



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  • Front Page: String of Arsons Spark Confusion in Sioux Center Community; Careful Consideration Surrounding Proposed Pro-Tech Degree; Minimum Class Size Study Leads to Miscommunication
  • News: Dordt Professor Visscher Publishes New Space Theory; Dordt Forensics Wins the Debate Time and Time Again; Students Reevaluate Syrian Refugee Problem; Student Led Club Represents Dordt by Hosting Dance; Adoption Month Sees Students Reflecting Upon Adoptive Connections; A Reason to Dress Fancy; International Agriculture Conference: Networking to Improve Lives Through Agriculture
  • Opinion: Journalists: Stop Poisoning the Public with "Junk Food"; The Huffington Post: Money from Athletics Sucking up College Budgets
  • Sports: New Cross Country Coach Wolf Wins Much-Deserved Honor; Next Goal for Women's Volleyball: Nationals; Women's Cross Country Continues Historic Run; Class in the Corn a Success for Dordt Blades; Head Football Coach Greg Youngblood Resigns
  • Arts & Entertainment: Dordt Variety Show Looking Forward to Mixed Revues; One Act Festival Displays Wide Variety of Acting Chops; The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2: Remember the Real Enemy; Defector Filmmakers Showcase Work; Art Exhibit Looks at Immigration
  • The Back Page: Seven Things Not to Do Over Christmas Break

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Dordt College


Sioux Center, Iowa


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Ashley Bloemhof and Jon Janssen

The Diamond, December 9, 2015