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Service-Learning Center day of service focuses on writing letters

This Monday, in commemoration of Martin Luther King Jr. day, students gathered in the service-learning center to write l...

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Student-planned conference attracts world development experts

In a small room tucked in the back of North Hall, sophomore Emily Lawson and junior Gabe LePage stand in front of a whit...

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Professor receives Champion of Diversity Award from Grand Rapids mayor

Last weekend Chris Smit, professor of communication arts and sciences, was awarded the Champion of Diversity Award by Gr...

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Calvin hosts new chapter of Girls Who Code

For a nation striving towards gender equality, the United States still has a surprisingly large gender gap between men a...

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Students concerned about anonymity in student evaluations

At the end of each semester, professors hand out paper evaluation forms and leave the room while students pencil in bubb...

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Native American panel discusses students’ experiences

Native Americans don’t only live in the past or in teepees, said senior Chantelle Yazzie, contrary to how Hollywood ma...

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Calvin’s Food Recovery Network reclaims dining hall food

Helping around your community is a way to make a difference. Calvin College has partnered with the city of Grand Rapids ...

Khayree Williams is the associate dean for multicultural student development. Photo by John Muyskens.
New mentoring program created to support AHANA students

The Multicultural Student Development Office (MSDO) created a new mentoring program for Asian, Hispanic/Latino, African ...

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Calvin students create video for Ford “Go Further” campaign

Last fall, the Calvin Public Relations Organization (CPRO) participated in a pilot program hosted by the Ford Motor Comp...

Sustainability Coordinator Emily Cole speaks during the Kill-a-Watt kick-off event. Photo by Rick Treur.
Kill-a-Watt encourages students to focus on sustainability

Students across campus are shutting off their lights, unplugging their room fridges and turning down meat in the dining ...