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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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Calvin implements college-wide effort to increase student retention

Each year, about 130 first-time students decide not to return for a second year at Calvin. In an effort to reduce this n...

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Calvin ranked second in number of students studying abroad

According to the Institute of International Education (IIE), 10 percent of undergraduate students in the United States w...

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“We Stand Together”: Calvin College shows solidarity against displays of racism

The image of a swastika and the words “white power,” scrawled late Sunday night in the snow on a car windshield, sen...

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“Macabre” show provides venue for student art

An ominous presence fell upon the basement of the Spoelhof Center last Friday night. Black curtains, old dolls, flickeri...

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Calvin students react to the Paris Attacks

It does not seem long ago that the world was shocked by the tragic events of Charlie Hebdo last January. Less than one y...

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Eastown’s Kava House to close its doors

Pam Murray and her daughter, Leigh Vander Molen, owners of the local coffee house Kava House, came to the position where...

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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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Calvin supports Mizzou students with candlelight vigil

Calvin students, faculty, staff, families and others within the Grand Rapids community gathered on Commons Lawn Wednesda...

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Record Dialogue submissions this year

Dialogue has re-established itself as an extremely popular creative outlet for Calvin students following an explosion of...