All posts tagged prioritization

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Five faculty let go following prioritization cuts

EDITOR’S NOTE: Professor You Kyong Ahn, who teaches architecture, will also be leaving. As this position is not...

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Prioritization program cuts finalized

On Wednesday night, President Michael Le Roy announced by email that the program cut recommendations from the prioritiza...

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The new barbarism in context of prioritization

The Lindisfarne Gospels is one of the most beautifully illuminated Gospel books today in the possession of the British L...

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Opinion: Please don’t cut the theater major

The minute that I joined the Calvin Theatre Company in the fall of 2012 was the moment that my life took a significant, ...

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Opinion: The importance of compassion in prioritization

I could, very easily, be cast as a stereotypical liberal arts student. I’m a double major in the sciences, I studied A...

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Opinion: Loss of language is a shame

I understand the difficulty and weight of the decisions made that were communicated to students on Friday (September 25)...

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Opinion: Program cuts need better reasoning and planning

Last Friday night I sat down to write a paper for my macroeconomics class on how gross domestic product, a measurement d...

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Editorial: The art of arguing well

My family used to eat out a lot. Or at least, part of me remembers that. I know that at some point, a long time ago in a...

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Recommended program eliminations initiate discourse between students, alumni and administration

Following an email announcement on Friday, September 25, of recommendations to eliminate six academic programs and five ...

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Editorial: College debt is generating change

It is no secret that Calvin College is in debt. However, in the past two years, Calvin has made significant steps toward...