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Archive for April 17th, 2014

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Bolt-Heyns-Timmer dominates Battle of the Bye, looks to Chaos Day

Tweet along with us tomorrow morning at @CalvinChimes! Use the hashtag #chaosday. In a flurry of passionate red, Bolt-He...

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Women’s golf takes second in Furniture City Classic

The women’s golf team started off their season by finishing second in the Furniture City Classic hosted by Davenport a...

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Volleyball sweeps season openers against nationally-ranked squads

Even after having lost some key seniors from last year, the Calvin women’s volleyball team proved that they were still...

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Women’s soccer starts out season with a 5-0 win

The Calvin women’s soccer team got its season off to a fast start Saturday morning, scoring a goal less than a minute ...

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Cross country sweeps Andrea’s Classic meet

The Knights kicked off their season last Friday evening at the Andrea’s Classic on Calvin’s home course. The meet wa...

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Campus-wide Exodus study to complete first four-year rotation through Biblical genres

With this fall’s campus-wide Exodus Bible study, Calvin College will complete its first full rotation through four Bib...

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Rent-A-Bike program adds changes, improvements

Student senate has made fresh changes to revamp the Rent-A-Bike program. The bike program will only include long-term re...

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Microsoft announces $7.2 billion purchase of Nokia phones, patent

Redmond, meet Espoo. Microsoft announced a $7.17 billion purchase of Finnish telecom corporation Nokia’s Devices a...

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Nintendo announces 3DS without 3D

On Aug. 28, 2013, Nintendo, the famed Japanese game developer responsible for creating Mario, “Pokemon” and numerous...

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Welcome to our new religion section!

Why make a religion section at all? Great question! We realized that students might be uninformed on the broad range of ...