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Sustainability Coordinator Emily Cole speaks during the Kill-a-Watt kick-off event. Photo by Rick Treur.
Kill-a-Watt encourages students to focus on sustainability

Students across campus are shutting off their lights, unplugging their room fridges and turning down meat in the dining ...

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Opinion: The Other Side is still Greener

Calvin students hardly need to be reminded of creation care. Since our first visit, we have all been taught that we huma...

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Faculty Senate Update (9/22)

The first faculty senate meeting of the year kicked off Monday, Sept. 22 at 7 p.m. in the Fieldhouse and saw President L...

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Campus garden grows and expands in first season

Following the approval of the new Calvin community garden last spring, the plot, located beyond the Spoelhof Fieldhouse ...

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Mad Farmer Food Fest returns to KE apartments

This coming Saturday marks the 6th annual Mad Farmer Food Fest (MFFF), which will take place from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at t...

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Kill-a-Watt concludes, but supporters hope effects will continue

Students and faculty welcomed in the new year by once again taking part in Calvin’s annual Kill-A-Watt environmental a...

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Students gather petition signatures for Kellogg’s company

Kellogg’s, a local Michigan cereal company, finds itself in hot water following an August shareholders meeting in whic...

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20 Calvin professors sign letter to Congress urging action on climate change

For a full list of professors who signed the letter, see the bottom of this page. 20 Calvin professors joined 200 evange...

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Dwight Armstrong points out problems but doesn’t give solution at January Series

Dr. Dwight Armstrong, in his talk “Feeding the World and the Future of Farming,” highlighted the challenge of feedin...

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Sustainable living a Christian calling

The Spirit calls all members to embrace God’s mission in their neighborhoods and in the world: to feed the hungry, bri...