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History department expands core offerings

Calvin’s history department is increasing the variety of classes that will count for core credit. Ten 200-level classe...

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Amway Grand formal attracts students of all grade levels

Over 300 students danced the night away at the Amway Grand formal downtown on Saturday night, March 4. In addition to a ...

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Rumors of Rangeela cut unfounded

The past year’s frequent cuts and buyouts have left the Calvin rumor mill quick to fear the worst for any program. Ran...

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Women of Calvin participate in walkout for solidarity

The Women’s March on Washington administration team organized another protest this Wednesday: A Day Without a Woman. T...

Speakers from left to right:  psychologist John Dehlin, theologian Matthew Tuininga and philosopher 
Nicholas Wolterstorff.
LGBT+ teach-in elicits mixed reactions

Calvin College paints itself as a place where students and faculty are encouraged to explore difficult issues through th...

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Student org spotlight: Catholics at Calvin

Fat Tuesday signifies the beginning of the season of Lent, and it is also the last day to indulge before the 40-day span...

Though student reaction has been mixed, Calvin hopes for the new signs to serve a greater visual and practical purpose. Photo by Mark Peless.
New campus signs promote hospitality and navigational ease for visitors

“A simple and straightforward message system will direct them to destinations, minimize confusion and make them feel w...

This was the fourth installment of the weekly forum which seeks renewal in society and politics. Photo courtesy Calvin.edu.
Professors discuss Syrian crisis in Just Citizenship panel

The Syrian refugee crisis has been in the minds and conversations of many across campus throughout the last several mont...

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Changes to Passport structure aim to bring students to campus sooner

“There’s no perfect way to do orientation” said John Witte, dean of students. “We’re always assessing how ...

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New program pays students to prepare for careers

A new cross-curricular program will pay Calvin students to prepare for careers and life after college. Calvin LifeWork, ...