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Submit this form by December 10 for a free Calvin coffee card and a chance to win free textbooks (up to $450) or treats for your current or any student! And don't limit your conversations about Calvin to students—you can also talk to other parents about the value of a Calvin education. The photograph at left is of Professor Greidanus talking about her recent "Fragile Ecology" installation at the (106) Gallery and Studio.
- Men’s Soccer Receives Bid to NCAA III Tournament - Will Host Regional and Face ONU in First Round
- Volleyball Receives Bid to NCAA III Tournament - To Face Otterbein in Regional Hosted by Wittenberg
- Women’s Soccer Captures MIAA Tournament Title With 3-1 Win Over Alma - Punches Ticket to NCAAs
- Rebecca Kamp Named MIAA MVP - Megan Rietema Named MIAA Freshman of The Year
- Swimming and Diving Teams Split Dual Meets at Wheaton
The Calvin Alumni Choir, whose members are alumni of Calvin College, has been established to organize, promote, and sponsor a choir of the highest musical caliber. Through their performances, this choir will promote an awareness of and appreciation for the Christian faith, for choral music, both sacred and secular, and for Calvin College.
Sacred Space, their new recording, is a 15-song disc containing songs from the Calvin College Alumni Choir's live concerts performed in 2006-2010 and would make a great gift. This collection includes spirituals arranged by Moses Hogan, gentle settings of prayers from Scandinavia, the majestic "Psalm 90" by Charles Ives, and other audience favorites. See a song list from Sacred Space and purchase the compact disc ($16) now. And, if you are interested in another cd, see all of the Alumni Choir recordings here.
The Calvin Theatre Company (CTC) is currently performing She Stoops to Conquer, November 11-13, 2010. Set in eighteenth century splendor, this Irish comedy shows us how there’s something about the country air that invites folly. Sweet-talking young dandy, Marlow, thinks he’s at a bed and breakfast when he’s actually unknowingly participating in an elaborate farce of mistaken identities and broken social norms. Read more and see photos from last weekend's performance.
CTC is open to all students who are interested in producing excellent theatre, not just those majoring or minoring in theatre. Once accepted into the company, a CTC member will participate in a for-credit class and receive experience in many aspects of theatre production.
The recess for the U.S. Thanksgiving Day begins on Wednesday, November 24, and ends on Monday morning, November 29, 2010. The residence halls will remain open during the Thanksgiving recess and meals will be served on campus (all days except Thursday) in one of the dining halls.
If you are wondering about your student coming home for the first time since moving away to college, read some holiday suggestions for parents of college students.
If you didn't have a chance to submit your feedback about Family Weekend, you can still do so by clicking here to begin a short survey. Thank you for doing this; it helps us plan for next year's activities.
If you ever need to contact us, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 616-526-6142. Next year Family Weekend is scheduled for October 21-22, 2011.
Nov. 11-13: She Stoops to Conquer
Nov. 13: Calvin Community Symphony (formerly, Calvin Alumni Orchestra) concert; River City Improv in SE Michigan
Nov. 13: River City Improv is SE Michigan
Nov. 29: Classes resume 8 a.m.