Where community happens
"I was also unconsciously influenced by the three days a week of chapel. It is delightful to hear stories from a variety of different people and perspectives. I gained a strong sense of community and strength of faith."
— Rebecca Qu, '17
Healthy Relationships with our Devices
For the first 10 days of February, Dock students spent time in chapel and in advisor groups considering how to have healthier relationships with family and friends by developing healthier relationships with their phones and other devices. Kyle Rodgers, Pastor of Outreach, Youth and Young Adults at Franconia Mennonite Church, helped to provide some perspective on the issue. A panel of students and faculty also shared about the impact of devices and how they try to limit usage in the classroom. Finally, students discussed and processed what they learned in their advisor groups. A summary of this short but high-impact chapel series is posted below.
Things I'd tell my younger self
The father-daughter alumni team of Chad Yoder ('90) and Amanda (Yoder) Youk ('09) gave Dock students plenty to think about as they shared life experiences from their high school days and beyond in today's chapel.