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Coming to terms with our past

Vergangenheitsbewältigung. Fair gah-ng en heights beh velt i (as in “in”) goo-ng. Good. Now that we’ve gotten tha...

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New Urban Studies minor to be offered

Calvin College offers an urban studies minor to students who are interested in studying urban issues within a Christian ...

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Opinion: Geographic literacy merits greater attention in American education system

Ignorance may be bliss, but it comes at a steep price. I have met people who thought Africa was a country. I have met a ...

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ROTC’s policy sparks religious issues

The Army’s ROTC program has recently been subject of controversy due to a job posting at Wheaton College requesting a ...

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Calvin Academy for Lifelong Learning offers classes to senior citizens in the area

The Calvin Academy for Lifelong Learning (CALL) is a program for people over the age of 50 to take classes at Calvin for...

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Calvin discusses possible ministry undergraduate degree for prisoners

Calvin College and Seminary are considering the possibility of offering undergraduate ministry training to prisoners at ...

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Kristyn Komarnicki speaks on Sexual Justice

This year’s sexuality series kicked off with two talks from speaker Kristyn Komarnicki. Her second speech was titled ...

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Curriculum center for education majors recommended to be closed

The stand-alone curriculum center will be retired by next fall if recent prioritization recommendations are passed by th...

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My Teacher’s Glock: Safety In The School Place

For some time, we have had security guards with guns in schools. We have had metal detectors, evacuation drills and lock...

Nepalese elementary students learn basic skills in the beautiful Himalayan mountains.
Current and former Calvin students fill a need in rural Nepal

In the United States, it’s easy to see how education can be taken for granted. Elementary and secondary schooling are ...