Archive for October 23rd, 2014

The usually peaceful Fishouse was packed for Poetry Jam: Fearless.  Calvin.edu
Poetry Jam showcases fearless revelations

You walk in and don’t even recognize it. The Fishouse has changed, completely changed, from a comfortably spacious cof...

Grand Rapids politicians are split over the proposal.  Residents will decide on Nov. 6.  File photo
Proposal aims to decriminalize marijuana in Grand Rapids

On the ballot in Grand Rapids on Nov.6 will be a proposal to decriminalize the possession of marijuana. The proposal wou...

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Women’s soccer continues MIAA lead

The women’s soccer team faced off against Olivet on Oct. 17. The Knights were victorious with a score of 3-0. The game...

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Space X: The next generation of flight

“We choose to go to the moon. We choose to go to the moon in this decade and do the other things, not because they are...

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Red Jet Cafe hosts event for The Rapidian

On Nov. 5, local business Red Jet Cafe (located at 1431 Plainfield Ave) is hosting a fundraiser for ultra-local newspape...

This artwork by REB, popular Grand Rapids artist, is located at Marie Catrib's, one of East Hills' most popular restaurants.  File photo.
East Hills Council presents neighborhood plan

Neighborhood activist Gabriel Works offered a nine-point plan for neighborhood improvement in Grand Rapids to the East H...

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‘Asylum’ follows tropes and promises complex scares

From the moment it was announced that season two of “American Horror Story” would be a period piece set in an asylum...

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Campaigns see Latino voters as deciders in three key states

For the current election, campaigns see Latino voters as deciders in three key states: Colorado, Florida and Nevada. In ...

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Observatory Corner: King of the Planets

A poll was recently conducted of all on-campus Sci-Tech writers whose last names end with “ooten”, and in a statisti...

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Explosion in Beirut threatens Lebanon’s stability

A bomb went off last Friday in Beirut, the capital city of Lebanon, killing three people and injuring over a hundred bys...