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April 17, 2015  |  Josh Parks

Sociology professor to study science/religion divide at Oxford

In a month-long program at Oxford University this summer, 25 faculty members from the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities will meet to “bridge the two cultures of science and the humanities.” The program features guest […]

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April 17, 2015  |  Emily Cole

DisArt Festival opens in downtown Grand Rapids

The first weekend of the two-week DisArt festival drew disabled and able bodied individuals alike to downtown Grand Rapids to interact with art and discuss issues associated with disability. The opening weekend’s events struck a chord […]

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April 17, 2015  |  Julia McKee

SAPT event creates awareness of sexual assault

This month is sexual assault prevention month. In honor of that, last Thursday the Sexual Assault Prevention Team (SAPT) conducted a seminar on the relevance of sexual assault at Calvin and what it means to be […]

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April 16, 2015  |  Alden Hartopo

Campaign week sets stage for student senate elections

Next Monday at midnight marks the start of campaign week where students running for student senate begin a week-long effort to persuade the student body to elect them into office. Candidates will be competing for 11 […]

April 10, 2015  |  Alden Hartopo

Far From Home

Over 10 percent of the student body here at Calvin is considered international, and in many cases, the struggles of the international student are often overlooked. A lack of intentional dialogue and cultural differences has isolated […]

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