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Photo Courtesy Joel Zwart
Center Art Gallery provides free access to art on campus

The halls of the first floor of the Covenant Fine Arts Center (CFAC) in the early afternoon can be quite a colorful expe...

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It’s the Climb: Climbing Culture at Calvin

Rocking indie music, specialized climbing shoes and chalk. These are the staples of Calvin College’s famed rock wall. ...

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Q & A with your local chaplain, Mary Hulst

Beloved college chaplain Mary Hulst, known commonly as Pastor Mary,  is very visible all around campus — talking to s...

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Out of the Shadows: Students speak out about mental health disorders at Calvin

Nearly all of fall semester, there was a statistic written on the sidewalk outside the fieldhouse: “One in four colleg...

The Mu Kappa Club. Photo Courtesy Mu Kappa Facebook
Lesser Known Clubs of Calvin

With so many clubs and organizations at Calvin, any student can find a group that focuses on something they love. Many s...

John Spykman took a picture of Taj Mahal while  on a Calvin Bussiness Department trip in India for Interim. Photo by John Spykman
Snapshots of Interim

The month of January may be a drab time at some colleges, but at Calvin it’s filled with colorful experiences. Interim...

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Connection opportunities for Korean alumni through Korean Alumni Association

As second semester approaches, upperclassmen may find themselves spending more and more time and energy considering thei...

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First gay couple married in Kent County share testimony of faith, love and time at Calvin

When the Supreme Court decided to make gay marriage legal in all 50 states this past June, Calvin alumni Zach and Colby ...

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CUPPS mugs “raise awareness about our disposable culture”

CUPPS mugs. They’re great for getting drinks in the dining hall and getting discounts — plus, they look cool. But wh...

Students hang out in intercultural lounge, another resource developed to help connect students. Photo Credit Katelyn Bosch
BLEND helps biracial and multiracial students share experience

Kjh-Lajhni Sanford leaned forward earnestly in her chair, her voice cutting clearly through the background hum of activi...