Archive for October 23rd, 2014

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Opinion: Released documents not enough for financial accountability

It is no secret that Calvin College is in deep financial trouble. What remains a secret, however, is knowledge of exactl...

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Carnival overshadowed due to overlap with ‘Les Miserables’

Due to a scheduling conflict between the student activities office’s showing of ‘Les Miserables’ and Nite Life’s...

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Editorial: March 15 – The Burning House

It’s very likely that in elementary or middle school you completed a worksheet called “Survive the Wild” or “Des...

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Books and communities support non-CRC Christianities

Maybe it was the intense Philadelphia heat that drew me into the modest old meetinghouse. Perhaps it was historical curi...

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‘Look Me in the Eyes’ told truth about sexuality

I raised my hand to ask a question during a play. It was a really small moment; I caught my hand and quickly corrected m...

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Canonical gives a promising preview of Ubuntu for phones and tablets

I’m always excited to see a new mobile operating system. Therefore, as soon as Canonical released the Ubuntu for phone...

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Tensions mount over Falkland Islands referendum

Who knew a tiny series of islands off the coast of a massive continent could cause so much drama? Those islands are not ...

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Effects of Japanese tsunami still clear two years later

Two years ago, Japan was devastated by a magnitude 9.0 earthquake, which was followed by a tsunami. Now, two years later...

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Angry mob targets Pakistani Christians for “blasphemy”

An angry mob in Lahore, Pakistan, exacted its own retribution for a crime of blasphemy by burning down the homes of seve...

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Child cured of HIV infection for the first time

On Sunday, March 3, a child was deemed functionally cured of an HIV infection. With this landmark case open to greater s...