Archive for October 23rd, 2014

File photo.
Finding a new voice: the role public school students can play at Calvin

According to the Calvin admissions office, 48 percent of the students currently enrolled at Calvin College have graduate...

Photo courtesy calvin.edu.
Calvin alumnus and Service-Learning Center partner to develop GR Walks app

This summer, Calvin alum Josh Leo, in partnership with Calvin’s Service-Learning Center, released GR Walks, a free sma...

File photo.
Michigan households caught in divide over federal food assistance funding

This week is “Hunger Action Week,” an effort hosted by various Grand Rapids organizations to tackle the problem of f...

File photo.
The Milk Carton Kids: Coming to a fine arts center near you

If I’ve learned anything during my concert-going career at Calvin, it’s this: never underestimate the potential of a...

File photo.
Calvin’s athletic facilities highly-ranked by Princeton Review

According to the 2013-2014 rankings released by the Princeton Review, Calvin’s athletic facilities rank 19th in the na...

File photo.
Calvin jumps in national liberal arts college rankings

This year, Calvin ranked 100th in the U.S. News and World Report and 61st in the Washington Monthly College Guide’s li...

Photo courtesy calvin.edu.
Health services ranks eighth in Princeton Review list

Calvin ranked eighth in the Princeton Review’s health services category, marking an improvement in the rankings since ...

File photo.
Fantastic ‘Bioshock Infinite’ prompts reflection from gamer

“Bioshock Infinite” is fantastic. Now that I have that out of the way, I think I can actually move on to the meat of...

File photo.
‘Last of Us’ a satisfying beginning to PS3’s swan song

Survival-horror is a style of game that has been declining in quality lately. Once “Resident Evil” decided to take a...

File photo.
ABC’s new family comedy, ‘The Goldbergs,’ falls flat

Now, I don’t want to sound too harsh, but “The Goldbergs” was one of the worst pilots I have ever seen. The three ...