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Faculty senate approves new core curriculum proposal

At their final meeting of the year on April 25, faculty senate approved the structure for the new curriculum. The model ...

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Dialogue breaks record twice in a row

For the first time in years, Dialogue, Calvin’s journal of commentary and the arts, will be increasing the number of c...

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Calvin Spring 5k raises scholarship funds

Last Saturday morning, approximately 1,300 runners completed the Calvin College 5K Spring Classic. The race took place a...

SAPT flag display present statistics

This April, students, faculty and staff of the Sexual Assault Prevention Team (SAPT) have worked to raise awareness of both the destructive results and surprisingly high frequency of sexual assault cases, particularly on college campuses. Last […]

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Student Organization Spotlight: Korean Student Association

The Korean Student Association (KSA) is a student organization dedicated to raising awareness of Korean culture at Calvi...

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Student Organization Spotlight: Calvin Sports Management Club

“This semester we decided to bring something new to the table with student organizations at Calvin,” said Eric Browe...

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NY Phil choral conductor in residence at Calvin

Award-winning conductor Joseph Flummerfelt will be directing this year’s final concert in the music department’s Gue...

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Building Bridges: Puentes affinity group

On April 13, affinity group Puentes (“bridges” in English) welcomed President Le Roy to their meeting. Advisor Rosal...

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Active Minds Hosts Second-Annual Scale Smash

A chorus of metallic clangs greeted students walking across Commons Lawn Tuesday morning — the satisfying sound of Cal...

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Bouldering competition creates global connections

Last Saturday, Outdoor Recreation hosted its annual spring bouldering competition, attracting more than 40 students to t...