Current and former FIDC student leaders pose for a picture. Photo by Hailey Jansson.
Conference encourages and inspires students and non-students alike

From February 9 to 11, Calvin hosted the 12th annual Faith and International Development Conference (FIDC). According to...

It was during an interim class when students were tasked with taking artfully composed photos with smartphones. Photo by Joesephine Kwon.
Gallery displays photos from phones

A new exhibition of student art has opened in the Lower Gezon Gallery. The gallery is showcasing the work of the 24 stud...

The incident occurred last year on Nov. 26. Photo courtesy Calvin communications and marketing.
Former campus safety officer charged with misdemeanor

Lee Swafford, a former Calvin campus safety officer, was arrested and charged with reckless use of a firearm on Wednesda...

Guests await speaker Matt Walhout; Photo courtesy Just Citizenship Series.
Just Citizenship series builds connections

Matt Walhout, the dean for research and scholarship, kicked off the Just Citizenship Forum Monday, framing the series by...

Hundreds of students came to the event, which featured over 60 student organizations; photo by Michael Hsu.
Student organizations get platform in second Cokes and Clubs

Student organizations enlivened the Hoogenboom Gym with smiles, with cleverly themed posters and cans of Coke for the se...

DJ MA and DJ Maxx perform in the Fish House; Photo by Daniel Hickey.
Fish House dance party a flash from the past

Students poured into the Fish House on Friday night to dance with friends to hip-hop, soul and pop classics. The “Fant...

The Calvin students surveyed use marijuana, prescription painkillers, and consume alcohol underage at slightly higher rates than the national average
Calvin’s drug and alcohol use comparable to national average

This past interim, nearly forty Calvin students took a class entitled, “The Complex World of Drugs.” The cla...

MSDO and Senate help bring Black Inventors and Inventions Traveling Museum

As a part of the celebration of Black History this month, Multicultural Student Development Office and Student Senate joined together to host the Black Inventors and Inventions Traveling Museum. This museum was meant to highlight some […]

DCM continues to offer unique learning opportunities

If you have overheard students discussing the threads of creation, fall, redemption and vocation found in Minecraft, Islam, millennials in the church or Buffy the Vampire Slayer, don’t be amazed, they’re probably just referring to their […]

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Broene expands offerings in response to high demand

The Broene counseling center is introducing several new treatment options for students this semester due to increased de...