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October 3, 2015  |  Bethany Cok

Plaster Creek Stewards event assists Alger Heights

This past Saturday, Calvin students, professors and community members came together to learn about the environmental challenges facing the Plaster Creek Watershed and to volunteer their time to address these problems. During this event, dubbed “Alger […]

October 3, 2015  |  Anna Delph

Editorial: The art of arguing well

My family used to eat out a lot. Or at least, part of me remembers that. I know that at some point, a long time ago in a state far, far away, we were living in […]

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October 1, 2015  |  Jon Gorter

SPAUD clinic opens, Lake and East Beltline

Four years ago, faculty and staff of the speech pathology and audiology department (SPAUD) began dreaming of a larger facility in which they could expand their growing program. On September 8, that dream became a reality […]

Photo Credit Anna Delph
October 1, 2015  |  Anna Delph, Katelyn Bosch, and Josh Parks

Recommended program eliminations initiate discourse between students, alumni and administration

Following an email announcement on Friday, September 25, of recommendations to eliminate six academic programs and five faculty members in order to cut costs in the academic division, many students and alumni have challenged Calvin’s commitment […]

Photo by Carolina Angulo
September 23, 2015  |  Natasha Strydhorst

Coastal and Grand River Cleanups raise awareness

Last Saturday, West Michigan Environmental Action Council (WMEAC) hosted the 12th annual Mayors’ Grand River Cleanup. The event drew volunteers from across West Michigan, including a number of Calvin College students, to collect trash from the […]

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