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In its 28th year, award-winning January Series continues to impress

Every winter at Calvin, it starts again. As the temperature outside drops, the posters go up, heralding big names and ev...

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January Series speaker Craig Detweiler speaks on ‘iGods’

Calvin’s culturally enriching January Series is back with another impressive and diverse crop of speakers. Among them ...

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Chapel series seeks faith-filled ways to approach big issues

The familiar weekly chapel pattern is on hiatus this Interim as campus ministries presents a three-week series called ...

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January Series 2015 inspires through story

This year marks the 28th installment of the January Series. During Interim, the January Series invites speakers of the h...

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Bill Rasmussen, founder of ESPN to speak at January Series

Known as the ‘George Washington’ of ESPN and the Father of Cable Sports, Bill Rasmussen started the Entertainment an...

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Civil rights leader John M. Perkins leads Calvin in honoring Martin Luther King Jr. Day

In honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, John M. Perkins, one of the foremost evangelicals involved in the civil rights m...

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Linda Smith talks on sex trafficking in the United States

Linda Smith’s January Series lecture, “Renting Lacy: A Story of America’s Prostituted Children,” is an extension...

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January Series kickstarts the new year at Calvin

Featuring some of the biggest figures in the nation, including Pulitzer Prize winner Isabel Wilkerson, former U.S. Senat...

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Le Roy to talk about future of Calvin, higher ed at January Series

President Michael Le Roy is slated to give a speech on the sustainability of higher education and Calvin’s future ...

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Author and educator Nicole Baker Fulgham to speak on education

“Only 1 out of 14 children from a low-income community will ever graduate college,” reads a quote from The E...