Archive for October 23rd, 2014

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Trial and Tributes: Professor Karen Saupe

“We borrowed my family’s van. We were going to come back Saturday to have dinner, but we were running late,” Engli...

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Creation Care floor serves beyond van Reken

“We as a community strive to honor God, his creation, our neighbors and all who find themselves within our walls.” T...

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Reflecting on the Justice Studies in Honduras semester

Deep in the mountains of rural Honduras, where there were more coffee plants and wandering cows than people, our bus spu...

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Paul Buursma offers friendly face at campus store

The ventilator droned gently near the bed, providing much more than background noise in the hospital room of Paul Buursm...

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Iron Chef Africa showcases cooking talent, distinctive food

Last Saturday afternoon, teams of Calvin students demonstrated their cooking abilities while vying for the honor of winn...

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History Department uses blog to promote discussion

This February, Calvin’s history department started blogging. Historical Horizons, the department’s new blog, aims to...

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Fabulous $500 game show comes to Calvin this Saturday

On Saturday, March 15, Calvin welcomes The Fabled, Fabulous, Funny, Fast, Factual, $500 Game Show as a part of the Stude...

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Expressions: Poetry Jam showcases student talent

On March 8, NiteLife collaborated with the Multicultural Student Development Office and the Student Activities Office to...

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New orientation board gears up for 2014-2015 academic year

Calvin’s newest orientation board spent last weekend attending a conference which included learning sessions, connecti...

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Calvin responds to political unrest in Ukraine

With 5,000 miles between the U.S. and Europe, the political situation in Ukraine hits closer to home than many expect, b...