Archive for May 31st, 2014

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UnLearn Week about reconciliation

It’s my final year at Calvin, but my first year going to an UnLearn Week event. I’ve been on campus every fall. I re...

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Unlearning perspectives on race

Slavery ended over a century ago. Civil rights movements succeeded decades ago. Racism is dead. Isn’t it? This misconc...

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Unlearning myself

I was lucky enough to attend the panel discussion called “Enough Already: Why We UnLearn” this Monday afternoon, whi...

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Men’s golf to pick up play again this spring

The golf team is moving on to play again in the spring. Here is a jamboree-by-jamboree recap of the season: Jamboree #1 ...

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Women’s soccer defends spot atop conference

The Knights were focused on defending the home turf in two conference games against Alma and Trine. Both games resulted ...

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Freshman cross country runner Zac Nowicki in spotlight

Freshman Zac Nowicki could be running in one of the biggest conferences in the country. He could be on a scholarship, ge...

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Sharon Bytwerk to step down from service as spiritual director

Sharon Bytwerk will be stepping down from her position as Calvin College’s spiritual director after serving for seven ...

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City votes against building new Starbucks

It looks like the sweet scent of brewing coffee will not be replacing the uninhabited gray apartments on Medical Mile. L...

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Center for Inquiry aims to educate and support

“Millions of Americans are living happily without religion.” The U.S. 131 billboard in downtown Grand Rapids bearing...

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Wesley Hill presents vision of hope for gay Christians

Wesley Hill’s lecture Tuesday afternoon demonstrated that the veil that has long prevented sexual minorities from enga...