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Three executive teams emphasize diversity, connection in senate debate

On Wednesday, about 150 students gathered in the CFAC Recital Hall for the annual student senate electoral debate. Three...

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Turned away from KE, upperclass students search for housing

At 4 p.m. on the Thursday after spring break, row after row of students crammed into the Commons Lecture Hall. A little ...

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From virtual reality to wrongful conviction: a look into Calvin’s psychology research

Inside your brain right now is a web of about 100 billion nerve cells, each one connected to 10,000 others, constantly f...

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Sociology professor to study science/religion divide at Oxford

In a month-long program at Oxford University this summer, 25 faculty members from the Council for Christian Colleges and...

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DisArt Festival opens in downtown Grand Rapids

The first weekend of the two-week DisArt festival drew disabled and able bodied individuals alike to downtown Grand Rapi...

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SAPT event creates awareness of sexual assault

This month is sexual assault prevention month. In honor of that, last Thursday the Sexual Assault Prevention Team (SAPT)...

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Campaign week sets stage for student senate elections

Next Monday at midnight marks the start of campaign week where students running for student senate begin a week-long eff...

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Far From Home

Over 10 percent of the student body here at Calvin is considered international, and in many cases, the struggles of the ...

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DisArt Festival seeks to change perceptions about disability through art

Friday, April 10, marks the start of the DisArt Festival, a 15-day event seeking to change perceptions about disability ...

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Kendrick Lamar’s new album: artistry, poetry, and bitter truth

When I sat down to write a review of rapper Kendrick Lamar’s newest venture, I already knew I had a tall task ahead of...