InterVarsity has long been committed to becoming a multiethnic movement on college campuses.
There is more to college life than academics and partying. It is a time to figure out who you are and why you’re here.
Christians love their “quiet times,” but that’s not where all the action takes place in our spiritual growth.
It’s great being a part of a small-group that studies the Bible. But what if the first meeting feels like a flop?
Jon Boyd is teaching at North Park University in Chicago for the first time this fall, and we ask him about what he’s feeling and thinking as a new faculty person.
It happened in Hobo Park (a.k.a., Lucas Garden Park), a gathering place for homeless people in downtown St. Louis. The experience of two female college students started to break down the fears and stereotypes people often hold regarding the homeless.
What’s it like to study abroad in Russia and Greece? Read what one student has to say.
Students in Colorado, Iowa and Nevada take a plunge into grunge.
Talk to the hand! The sign says “Don’t Walk,” but do you?