Archive for September 19th, 2014

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Calvin vice president of finance to step down Friday

This article is an update to a story published Monday morning. After 15 years at Calvin, Henry DeVries will step down f...

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Korea joins other nations as its voters choose new president

On Dec. 30, 2011, Fareed Zakaria, a CNN foreign affairs journalist and writer, posited that if 2011 had been a year of â...

The Manasseh Project, a local organization created by Wedgwood Christian Services, focuses on cutting down human trafficking activity in Grand Rapids.  A member will be at Calvin on Nov. 29 to speak about the issue.  File photo
INTRO events spread awareness on sex trafficking

Leslie King was sexually abused as a child, an experience which left her feeling lost and vulnerable. When she met a man...

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Cross country men finish season as national runners-up

For six seniors on Calvin’s men’s cross country team, this was it. The culmination of their celebrated running caree...

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M23 rebels displace thousands of people in eastern DRC

The fierce fighting of the M23 rebels in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo is the most serious since July. The rebels...

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Navajo student uses art to send message to her tribe

For Calvin sophomore Chantelle Yazzie, sugar is more than just a homework boost at 1 a.m. — it’s a threat to her fam...

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Knights lose national championship game to University of St. Thomas

They were close, but close isn’t good enough. The Knights were unable to claim the national title at Hope College’s ...

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Women’s basketball earns wins over Thanksgiving

The Calvin women’s basketball team came off their first tournament strong, working well together to pull in three more...

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Calvin students win award at Chicago Film Festival

“A Royal Pain” proved to be anything but when a Calvin student group took home an award at the Chicago Comedy Film F...

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Three new businesses arrive in Eastown

Along the cobblestoned streets in Eastown lie a handful of businesses. Bookstores, boutiques, coffee shops, restaurants...