Dec 13, 2023

Dordt in the News: December 9-12

Here's where Dordt University was mentioned in the media and by news sources.

December 12

“ABC News' Linsey Davis sits down with Republican presidential candidate Nikki Haley, and discusses major 2024 issues.”

“On Saturday, WNAX had the opportunity to participate in the Faith and Family Event hosted by U.S. Congressman Randy Feenstra of Iowa. This event was held at Dordt University in Sioux Center, Iowa.”

December 11

“At an event billed as being about ‘Faith and Family’ at Dordt University, she was joined on stage by her 23-year-old daughter Rena. Other candidates brought their spouses, but Ms. Haley's husband is on a year-long deployment to Africa with the National Guard.”

December 10

“’We can't have a country in disarray, in a world on fire, and survive this chaos,’ Haley told the crowd at a ‘faith and family’ forum at Dordt University in Sioux Center.”

“Haley sat down with Davis in Sioux Center, Iowa, before she continued her swing around the state just days after the fourth Republican primary debate.”

“Four Republican presidential candidates shared stories of their faith during an event at Dordt University in Sioux Center this weekend. Iowa Congressman Randy Feenstra and his wife hosted the event, which attracted several hundred people.”

“Hundreds of people gathered at Dordt University to listen to four presidential candidates talk about faith, family, and politics.”

December 9

“Rep. Randy Feenstra (R-IA) hosted conversations with 2024 Republican presidential candidates and their family members at Dordt University.”

“The Republican presidential candidates who spoke at a “faith and family” event on Saturday at Dordt University, an evangelical Christian school in Sioux Center, Iowa, sought to present a kinder, gentler side of themselves, just days after an acrimonious debate and little more than a month before the Iowa caucuses, the first nominating contest.”

“At Dordt University in Sioux Center, DeSantis appeared with his wife, Casey DeSantis, and argued that Democrats want to establish a religion of ‘secular leftism.’”

“A trio of Republican presidential candidates shared stories of family and faith before hundreds of voters in northwest Iowa on Saturday, having congenial individual conversations with their hosts not long after dueling at the campaign’s latest fractious debate. But off the stage at a small Christian college in Sioux Center, the rivals’ sharp edges reemerged.”

“Ramaswamy's flair for stunts was on full display, as he challenged a college student to match him in doing 30 pushups outside the forum, which was held at Dordt University.”

“When presidential candidates sat down with U.S. Rep. Randy Feenstra and his wife Lynette Feenstra at Dordt University in Sioux Center, all brought special guests – their children and spouses – to discuss their commitment to family values and religion as Republican presidential hopefuls.”

“Each is getting time onstage at Dordt University in Sioux Center with U.S. Rep. Randy Feenstra and his wife.”

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