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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...

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Convocation welcomes new year, new students, new age

Composed of a multitude of faculty members and staff, as well as the incoming first-year class and returning students, t...

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Vice President Shirley Hoogstra to leave Calvin for top CCCU position

After serving 15 years as vice president for student life, Shirley Hoogstra is leaving Calvin College to assume the role...

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President Le Roy addresses student questions on core, prioritization

Students asked hard-hitting questions about Calvin’s future at Wednesday night’s town hall meeting with President Mi...

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Calvin names new Provost-Elect Cheryl Brandsen

Calvin’s provost search committee has recommended Cheryl Brandsen, Calvin’s current dean of social sciences and cont...

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Adverse Effect takes people’s choice at 30th Airband performance

With a slew of color and thumping bass, Airband’s 30th performance has its winners: Adverse Effects for people’s cho...

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Calvin kicks off second semester with Regathering

Students and faculty gathered for a time of worship and testimony in the Covenant Fine Arts Center on Wednesday morning ...

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Board of trustees passes strategic plan

At their January meeting, the board of trustees passed the strategic plan, a document outlining Calvin’s five year mis...

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Prioritization plan passed by board of trustees

In light of recent financial difficulties, the board of trustees recently passed a prioritization report outlining Calvi...

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Committee votes to open library on Sundays, but future uncertain

The Hekman Library Committee unanimously voted to open the library on Sundays for a trial period this spring semester, b...