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CU student produces album

Benjamin Hoppe is a full time student and part time recording artist.
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Baseball Team Goes Beyond Baseball to Cuba

CU Baseball had the opportunity to share the gospel through sports.
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First GRCC Articulation Agreement to Include Adult Program at Cornerstone University

This Articulation Agreement will include adult higher education and undergraduate students.
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Matthew's Auditorium Renovations

The auditorium is being transformed into a primary venue for musical and theatrical performances.
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Cornerstone Enactus students to host free social media seminars

CU students are hosting a series of social media workshops for non-profit organizations.
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CU to offer online summer courses

For the first time this summer, CU will be launching online courses.
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CU Newspaper Garners 10 MCPA Awards

Student writers for Cornerstone’s weekly print publication, The Herald, received 10 awards.
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CU Student Enters “A Crisis” in ArtPrize

Jasmine Krieger created The Crisis, an acrylic painting about the world’s water problems.
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Night of Nets

CU men's and women’s soccer programs will raise funds to save 20,000 lives in Zambia this fall.
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New Students Serve in First Days on Campus

Close to 400 new students arrived on Aug. 28 for their first day of college at CU.
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Cornerstone Hosts National Haitian Women's Soccer Team

CU women's soccer plays Haitian team in an exhibition game to raise funds for earthquake victims.
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CU Men's Basketball Team Ministers in Dominican Republic

CU men's basketball team is partnering with GO Ministries in the Dominican Republic.
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Olympian to Kick-Off Champions of Character

Olympian Dathan Ritzenhein will be speaking at the Champions of Character Kick-Off at CU.
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Distributing Hope to the Homeless

CU student is using her childhood experience at a homeless shelter to bring hope to a shelter in GR.
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CU Hosts 11 Annual Cornerstone Journalism Institute

CU to host Cornerstone Journalism Institute welcoming international students.
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"Matter of Faith" Filmed at CU

This summer CU film students are working with a film crew in Grand Rapids.
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CU Offers Baseball Camp Scholarships to low-income Students

CU received a donation to provide baseball camp scholarships.
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CU Offers Summer Film Camp

High school students will get to write, shoot and edit their own films this summer during a five-day
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CU Ed Program Approved for Early Childhood & Special Ed

The state of Michigan recently approved Cornerstone University's early childhood education program.
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Enactus Wins Regionals, Heads to Nationals

CU Enactus chapter will compete nationally after winning the regional competition in April.
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CU Professor to attend Japan Weapons Conference

CU professor will attend the "Nuclear Weapons and Our Globalizing Century" seminar this summer.
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CU Offers Digital Media Degree with Kendall

CU will be offering a new Bachelor of Arts in Digital Media beginning in Fall 2013.
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Four CU Films Nominated for GR Film Festival

Two dramatic films and two music videos produced by CU film students have been nominated.
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Donut Dash 5k on Campus

Cornerstone is hosting a race where runners can consume Krispy Kreme doughnuts for a good cause.
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Enactus Partner Summit

Cornerstone business student Matt Hayes gets real world business experience through Enactus.
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Teacher Ed Program Endorsement

Cornerstone's Teacher Ed Program adds two new certifications to Teacher Ed Program
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New Alumni Director Announced

Cornerstone alumni Nate Clason has accepted the role of the new director of alumni relations.
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Christmas Traditions Celebrated with MCO

Cornerstone students from around the world will share their family traditions tonight.
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CU Garners Grand Awards

CU Theatre walked away from the Grand Awards with trophies in-hand.
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S.I.F.E. Changes Name, Goals Remain the Same

Students In Free Enterprise was recently renamed Enactus, Entrepreneurs in Action.
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CU Students Drive to New Jersey to Help with Hurricane Sandy Relief Efforts

CU Students Drive to New Jersey to Help with Hurricane Sandy Relief Efforts
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The Herald Wins Four MCPA Awards

CU's student-run newspaper, The Herald, recently won four awards.
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CU Hosts Seminary Fair

On Oct. 19, Cornerstone University will host a seminary fair on campus.
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ArtPrize 2011’s Winning Entry Housed at CU

The winning entry from ArtPrize 2011, Crucifixion, by artist Mia Tavonatti, was installed at Corners
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Night of Nets Raises Funds for 5,000 Bed Nets

Cornerstone University’s men's and women's soccer teams and volleyball team are joining forces this
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GO Week Encourages Students to Think Globally

Cornerstone University will hold its annual GO Week Sept. 24-28.
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CU Remembers 9/11

CU's lawn is covered with American flags in remembrance of the attacks that took place 11 years ago.
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CU Welcomes Record Number of New Students

More than 400 new students arrived on campus Aug. 29 to start the new school year.
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CU Journalism Institute Celebrates 10 Years

Cornerstone University's Journalism Institute (CJI) recently finished its 10th year.
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