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Eastern Ave. CRC hosts a training to make Grand Rapids a safe community for immigrants. Photo by Allison Colberg.
GR community rallies support for immigrants

The fate of undocumented immigrants living in the United States is at question now more than ever as new national polici...

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Editorial: Give student senate things to say

One of my favorite professors at Calvin says often that students have more power here than they know. After all, we pay ...

Pastor Reggie Smith begins his new position later this month. Photo courtesy Christian Reformed Church.
Rev. Smith appointed to new CRC position

Reverend Reginald “Reggie” Smith is no stranger to Calvin’s campus; just this month, he spoke on Christ’s concep...

“Star Wars: Rogue One” is playing in the CFAC Auditorium on Thursday, March 9, at 8 p.m. and Friday, March 10, at 11 p.m. Photo courtesy Forbes.
SAO movie showings now free

Dedicatedly hosting screenings for recent and popular films is something that the Calvin Student Activities Office (SAO)...

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Editorial: How independent is Chimes?

It’s a rough time for journalism right now. The White House has attacked the credibility of publications like The New ...

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Health services advocates for women’s and mental health

Hoogenboom health services is the very first student health care provider to be classified as a comprehensive primary ca...

Calvin is trying to cut costs through the new retirement incentive program. Photo courtesy Wikimedia Commons.
Declining enrollment prompts retirement incentive

Calvin is offering a voluntary retirement incentive to staff and faculty members who are at least 60 years old and have ...

Mike Siegel (34) scored a game high 20 points coming off the bench. Photo courtesy Calvin Sports Information.
Men’s basketball upsets Hope in OT

If the men’s basketball team had any gripes over their 20-point home loss to Hope College in late January, they were e...

With the help of the L'Chaim prize, Fader will be able to teach a new generation of surgeons. Photo courtesy CNN.
Alumni lauded for work in Burundi

Thousands of people in Kibuye, Burundi will receive desperately needed surgeries and medical care thanks to New York phi...

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Adjunct cut leaves Japanese program understaffed

The recent cut of Japanese adjunct professor Yoshiko Tsuda leaves one professor to teach all four levels of Japanese lan...