- Robert & Carolyn Bolt
- John Breuker
- Connie Brummel
- Peter & Milly Buma
- Marshall Ellens
- Jim Haagsma
- Dennis & Jeni Hoekstra
- Lee and Pat Koning (Fla. W. Coast liaison)
- Don & Shirley Lautenbach
- Warren Otte
- Roger Roskamp
- Carol Rottman
- Jeff Sajdak
- Herb & Donna Start
- William & Delores Stob (Fla. E. Coast liaison)
- Gerald and Emma Talen (Ariz. Tucson liaison)
- Henry Zwaanstra
June 21, 2013
Annual Heritage Class Reunion - find out more!
Friday, April 12, 2013 | Grains of Hope
Join the Heritage Alumni Network for a special Calvin Theatre Company performance on Friday, April 12: Grains of Hope: Refugee Experiences in West Michigan.
Imagine being forced to leave your home, fleeing to seek shelter in a country you hardly know. Imagine having to learn a new language, a new system of transportation, and an entirely new culture—all while knowing that it is likely you will never see your family or your home
again. These ideas are explored deeply in Grains of Hope: Refugee Experiences in West Michigan, an ethnography by Calvin professor
Stephanie Sandberg and her students.
Heritage Class January Series Brunch
January 18, 2013
On Friday, January 18, January Series speaker and CAS professor Garth Pauley will join Heritage alumni for a brunch and discussion before his scheduled lecture. Following the talk, a shuttle service will take guests from the Prince Conference Center to the Covenant Fine Arts Center. Reserved seats will be held in the auditorium until 12:00 p.m. Learn more about Professor Pauley and his January Series talk, "Rituals of Democracy: Inaugural Addresses in American History."
September 24, 2012 | Fall Luncheon photos
Dr. Michael Le Roy will share some personal reflections about his arrival at Calvin and hopes for the future. There will be a generous question-and-answer time because he is eager to hear the perspective of Calvin alumni. Please join us for this opportunity to welcome and meet the new president.
June 15, 2012
Heritage Reunion, Prince Conference Center
This reunion includes all classes prior to 1962, and is celebrated on campus when its in full summer beauty.
January 13, 2012Brunch and discussion with January Series 2012 speaker Jennifer Pharr Davis
Recently, an incredible woman took an incredible journey on foot. That woman, Jennifer Pharr-Davis, covered the 2,181 mile Appalachian Trail in 46 days, 11 hours, and 20 minutes. No one, man or woman, has ever covered the trail more quickly.