Archive for July 30th, 2014

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Calvin’s hockey team kicks off season

Calvin’s hockey team played its first two games of the season last weekend against the Ferris State Bulldogs. “The a...

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Sexual wholeness and healing groups continue on campus

Chaplain Aminah Bradford started a women’s group this fall focusing on finding sexual wholeness. Bradford has led this...

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Students respond to Pakistan bombings with hope

A string of bombings last week in the war-torn city of Peshawar, Pakistan, hit close to home for Calvin students with st...

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Consumer responses can change factory conditions in Honduras

“The Israelites went seven times around Jericho, and that was after they felt defeated,” one woman said. “We think...

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Racial segregation still prevalent in education

There are many people who will say that racism no longer exists here in America. They point back to the great accomplish...

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Catholic students face unique challenges

As a Catholic, I am part of a minority group surrounded by the vast sea of those who grew up in the Reformed tradition. ...

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Downtown dam removal prompts pushback from fishermen

The Grand River recently became the center of a new restoration plan, the Grand Rapids Whitewater Project, which aims to...

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‘Internet Cat Video Festival’ draws thousands downtown

On Sept. 27, thousands of Art Prize attendees gathered in Rosa Parks Circle to watch videos of cats. The “Internet Cat...

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Cave Cafe promotes student bands on campus

Two bands, Care and Krill, performed in the Fish House last Tuesday to an audience of 20-30 people. Their performance is...

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Beloved professor and conductor Joel Navarro to leave Calvin

Since September 2002, Joel Navarro has served as a professor and conductor for Calvin’s number of choirs, including Ca...