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11349 Calvin Seminary Workshop on Substance Abuse




A.A.Meeting
13881 Worship Service Vriend, Rev. John
The worship service was held during the AACS Niagara Conference; Rev. John Vriend gave the sermon. Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
AACS Niagara Conference
4550 Counter Cultures, Cultural Anarchism and the Presence of the Future Kingdom Steen, Peter

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
AACS Niagara Conference
4694 Ethno-Sociolinguistic Inquiry into Pell Dutch Weber, Phillip 10/9/1981
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
AADAS
17593 Education for Shalom: ATheology of Citizenship Stronks, Julia K 10/18/2012 with Julia K. Stronks. In what way does a Christian liberal arts college respectfully and appropriately educate global citizens to navigate a complex world in which religiou s practices and beliefs compete? How will Christian students refrain from falling into relativism or vague spirituality if they are working with people committed to different worldviews? One answer lies in the development of a theology of citizenship. Int roducing a technique that the U.S. Supreme Court has developed, this presentation will demonstrate how Christians can hold firmly to the convictions of their faith while still working in a religiously diverse environment.
Campus Store (college) : Available for sale. Academic Symposium
17594 The Bible in the Calvin College Reformed Past, Present, and Future Noll, Mark 10/19/2012 Mark A. Noll, Ph.D. Francis A. McAnaney Professor of History University of Notre Dame Because Scripture is foundational in the Christian Reformed Church's Three Forms of Uni ty and because it was crucial in the inspirational educational work of Abraham Kuyper, the Bible has always been important for the work of Calvin College. But because of the college's Dutch Reformed heritage, its reliance on Scripture has differed in impo rtant ways from how the Bible has been used by other Protestants in America. One of those distinctives has been concentration on the grand arc of biblical narrative (creation–fall–redemption–last things) and the implications of that narr ative for all academic disciplines. But now, given the new shape of world Christianity, the Dutch Reformed heritage faces a new challenge. In burgeoning Christian movements throughout the world Scripture has become a guidebook for imitating biblical deeds of charismatic power. This address will ask how the riches of Calvin's biblical tradition might still be used for the benefit of other believers even as Calvin learns from the great diversity of biblical approaches that now characterizes a rapidly expand ing Christian world.
Campus Store (college) : Available for sale. Academic Symposium
2554 Sermon Craddock, Fred



Academy of Homiletics
4193 Challenge of AIDS in Higher Education, The Keeling, Richard 6/7/1990
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
ACSD
4658 Something Old, Something New… Van Leeuwen, Mary Stewart 6/5/1990
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
ACSD General Session
5446 German Department

Promotional video for German department
Heritage Hall : Available for sale. Admissions Department
4226 Diekema TV Spot Diekema, Anthony J. 12/5/1983 commercial with President Diekema
Heritage Hall : Available for sale. Advertisement
4227 Calvin Spot for Calvin-Hope Game
1/28/1987

Heritage Hall : Available for sale. Advertisement
4228 Calvin College Spots 1986 Schultze, Roels, Mustert
3 TV Spots from 1986
Heritage Hall : Available for sale. Advertisement
14786 African American Consultation Miller, Albert G. 7/26/2001 Seminars in Christian Scholarship Heritage Hall : Available for sale.
African American Consultation
14282 Airband, 2007 Let It All Sync In
2/9/2007 Calvin College Airband, 2007.
Available only to participants.

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research Airband
18613 Airband 2013




Airband
13696 Airband: Pres. Byker Special Edition Byker, Gaylen
President Byker's entries into Airband 2002, "Breaking Through Byker" and 2006, "Mates in the Making" (with President Spoelhof).
Limited Distribution Copy only for participants
None : Not Available for sale. Heritage Hall : Available with permission. Airband
13695 Airband 2002: Breaking Through Byker Byker, Gaylen
Available to participants only.
The President's office entry into the Airband Event.

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research Airband
13459 Airband 1999
2/19/1999 Calvin College Airband, 1999.
Available only to participants.
Technical Services : Archive/Available for Research
Airband
Item #Program TitleSpeakerDateDescriptionAudio DistributorVideo DistributorEvent Name
10911 Airband, 2003
2/7/2003 Calvin College Airband, 2003.
Available only to participants.
Homecoming 2003

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research Airband
13854 Airband 2006, Read My Lips
2/17/2006 Calvin College Airband, 2006.
Available only to participants.

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research Airband
12695 Airband, 2005 Finally Legal
2/18/2005 Calvin College Airband, 2005.
Available only to participants.

Heritage Hall : Available with permission. Airband
18448 Airband, 2014: Reunion Student Body 2/15/2014

Audio-Visual (college) : Available with permission. Airband
17300 Airband 2012: Saturday Night Fever



None : Available with permission. Airband
15301 Airband XXV 2009 Various 2/20/2009 25th Aniversary of Calvin College Airband, 2009.
Available only to participants.

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research Airband
15259 Airband 2008
2/8/2008

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research Airband
10000 Laura Kobayashi, violin; Susan Keith Gray, piano Kobayashi, Laura
Keith Gray, Susan
10/28/1997
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Alarabara World Arts Series
10056 Carlos de la Barrera, guitar Barrera, Carlos de la 3/31/1998
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Alarabara World Arts Series
9990 Charsie Sawyer Recital Sawyer, Charsie Randolph
Kim, Hyesook
9/27/1997 Alumni Recital Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Alarabara World Arts Series
13485 Charsie Randolph Sawyer Sawyer, Charsie Randolph 2/17/2000
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Alarabara World Arts Series
13522 Spirituality of Ordinary Speech, The Larsen, Timothy 9/9/2005 Tape 1-0:27:12
Tape 2-0:44:45
Tape 3-0:48:36
Audio-Visual (college) : Available for sale.
All Seminary Conference
6834 Alger Park Christian Reformed Church Alleluia Series Christian Reformed Church- Alger Park 6/7/1992
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Alleluia Series
6833 Alger Park Christian Reformed Church Alleluia Series Christian Reformed Church- Alger Park 6/7/1992
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Alleluia Series
10557 Spiritual Hygiene for the Spiritual Professional Vander Zee, Len Rev. 9/6/2002 Tape 1-1:22:04
Tape 2-1:05:33


All-Seminary Retreat
14164 Calvin Alumni Choir Alumni Choir
Duane Shields Davis, guest conductor
Kenneth Bos, Accompanist
1/7/2007 Duane Shields Davis, conducting; Kenneth Bos, Accompanist; Randall Van Wingerden, Assistant Conductor. Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Alumni Choir
15665 Souvenirs: A Musical Journey Shagkuan, Pearl, Conductor
Bos, Kenneth, Accompanist
1/13/2008 Calvin College Alumni Choir Concert Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Alumni Choir
13559 So, You Wanna Be a Soldier?
American Indian Warrior Tradition in the U.S. Military
Huyser, Kimberly R. 10/20/2005 American Indians are the smallest pan-ethnic group in the United States, comprising 1% of the U.S. population, but have a 33% or 1 in 3 per capita military participation rat e. Knowing this statistic, questions arise on what contributes to having such an outstanding military record. Are they motivated by the opportunity to gain educational and vocational skills? If the motivation for entering the military is not for clear soc ioeconomic gain, what are the education and economic outcomes for American Indian veterans? Bookstore (college) : Available for sale.
Alumni Lecture Series
13826 Back to God Hour, The Feddes, David 5/28/2006
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Alumni Lecture Series
5010 Firebugs, The

"Stupidity, now to be called fate, woe to us, alas," In his satire, "The Firebugs," Max Frisch demonstrates that those who proclaim their dedication to Decency and Charity the loudest are, in their actions, often the most unfamiliar with the concepts--to the point that they can pose significant danger to others.
Script by Max Frisch. Directed by Mark Klein. Set by James Korf. Lighting by Loren Gunnin k. Costumes by Elaine Van Kley. Sept. 1986 (Noticeable buzz in audio)

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research Alumni Theatre Company
Item #Program TitleSpeakerDateDescriptionAudio DistributorVideo DistributorEvent Name
5014 Mousetrap, The DeJong, Char; Meyering, Robert; Nieuwsma, Randy; Nyhoff, Jeff; and others…
Calvin College Alumni Thespians' production of Agatha Christie's classic mystery, "The Mousetrap." 2 hours. 1983.
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research Alumni Thespians
9360 American Choral Directors Association Fall Conference All State Choir 10/24/1992
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
American Choral Directors Association Fall Conference (ACDA)
4432 American Scientific Affiliation Banquet Pinnock, C.; Sheaffer 8/13/1978
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
American Scientific Affiliation
4430 Introduction, American Scientific Affiliation Pinnock, C. 8/11/1978
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
American Scientific Affiliation
4433 American Scientific Affiliation Pinnock, C. 8/14/1978
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
American Scientific Affiliation
4761 Analysis of Poland's Recent Economic Policies Zapp, Kenneth; Zapp, Magdalena 4/19/1982
Heritage Hall : Archive/Unavailable for Dist.
Amnesty International Lecture
16291 Animals and the Kingdom of God Hare, Dr. John E. 1/22/2010
Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Animals and the Kingdom of God Lecture Series
17058 Animals and the Kingdom of God Terry, Bryant 1/20/2012 You saw him in this month's Oprah magazine. Whether he's urban farming in his home city of Oakland, articulating a new politics of food activism, or dishing up greens with M artha Stewart, Bryant Terry is all about re-envisioning cooking as a powerful tool for exposing interconnected forms of human and animal oppression, and for inspiring our liberation into more mindful, more redemptive ways of eating and of being together a round the table, around the neighborhood, and around the world. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale. Animals and the Kingdom of God Lecture Series
17081 Anthropomorphism: The Christian Double Standard Adams, Carol 3/11/2011 Anthropomorphism, roughly speaking, is the ascription of human-like traits to non-human beings. How does anthropomorphism figure into human attitudes and actions toward God, animals, and even other human beings? What are the potential risks and rewards of anthropomorphizing others and what recourse do Christians have upon acknowledging these prospects for re-imagining and deepening their relationships with God, human beings, and other animals? Come follow Carol J. Adams on a trailblazing journey through these and other fascinating related questions in a brand new presentation commissioned especially for this event!

Animals and the Kingdom of God Lecture Series
17379 This Land is Your Land, This Land is My Land: Symbolizing a National Ideal in American Regionalist Art VanArragon, Elizabeth 9/16/2011 From September 6 to November 5, 2011, the Center Art Gallery at Calvin College presents "Associated American Artists - Art by Subscription." The exhibition feature s over 70 etchings, wood engravings, aquatints and mezzotints created by some of America's most recognizable artists such as Peggy Bacon, Thomas Hart Benton, John Steuart Curry, Doris Lee, and Grant Wood.
Please join us on Friday, September 16 for the opening lecture "This Land is Your Land, This Land is My Land:" Symbolizing a National Ideal in American Regionalist Art by assistant professor of art history, Elizabeth VanArragon. The lecture will be held in the CFAC Recital Hall at 7pm, foll owed by food and refreshments in the West Lobby.
Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Art Gallery Event
15719 Chanticleer Chanticleer 1/24/2009 Concert Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Artist Series
15695 Atlantic Brass Quintet, The Atlantic Brass Quintet 10/3/2008 concert Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Artist Series
15394 Alon Goldstein, Piano Goldstein, Alon 3/1/2003 Not available for production Heritage Hall : Not Available for sale.
Artist Series
15638 Baltimore Consort, The Baltimore Consort 10/6/2007 Concert Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Artist Series
15364 Jitro
11/1/2008 With the Grand Rapids Symphony Youth Chorus Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Artist Series
15612 Angela Hewitt, piano Hewitt, Angela 4/19/2007 Artist Series, in partnership with the Bach Festival Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Artist Series
15602 Borealis Wind Quintet, The Borealis Wind Quintet 3/2/2007 Concert Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Artist Series
15737 Masaaki Suzuki on the Organ Suzuki, Masaaki 4/20/2009 Concert Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Artist Series
15643 Vocal Essence Vocal Essence
Brunelle, Philip, conductor
Calvin Women's Chorale
Calvin Capella
10/27/2007 Concert Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Artist Series
15368 Cantus Cantus 1/10/2002 January Series concert same day, HHD00389. ***Not for reproduction Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Artist Series
Item #Program TitleSpeakerDateDescriptionAudio DistributorVideo DistributorEvent Name
13945 Songs for Ascension: Looking Beyond Your Hymnal Scheer, Greg 5/25/2006
Bookstore (college) : Available for sale.
Ascension Conference
13960 Ascension in the Mission, Worship and Education of the Church, The Dawson, Gerrit Scott 5/25/2006
Bookstore (college) : Available for sale.
Ascension Conference
13940 Opening Worship Hoezee, Scott 5/25/2006
Bookstore (college) : Available for sale.
Ascension Conference
13942 Meaning of the Ascension for Christian Scholars, The Davis, Stephen 5/25/2006
Bookstore (college) : Available for sale.
Ascension Conference
13941 Face Like This One: The Significance of the Doctrine of the Ascension, A Dawson, Gerrit Scott 5/25/2006
Bookstore (college) : Available for sale.
Ascension Conference
13943 Panel Discussion with Calvin College Faculty Fuentes, David; Laverell, David; Matheson, Steve; Van’t Hof, Ellen 5/25/2006
Bookstore (college) : Available for sale.
Ascension Conference
13944 Implications of the Ascension for Everyday Life Smit, Laura 5/25/2006
Bookstore (college) : Available for sale.
Ascension Conference
2970 Pain, The Power, & The Promise, The: Feminist Liberation Hunt, Mary



ATFE Meeting
186 Exemplary Teacher Award Byker, Gaylen 2/17/2000
Heritage Hall : No Restriction
Awards Dinner 2000

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