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The Magazine for Alumni and Friends of Calvin College

The Calvin Spark, the Alumni Association's quarterly magazine founded in 1954, continued the legacy of alumni communication begun with the initiation of the "Alumni Letter" in 1925.

Today, Spark On-line gives alumni and friends of Calvin a chance to catch the highlights of each issue of the magazine, plus added resources and links to make the Spark experience even more informative and exciting.

  Spark On-Line Extras From the Spring 2000 Issue
  Directors Desk An Interview with Dr. Spoelhof
by Mike Van Denend
Dr. Spoelhof's takes a look back at his time as President of Calvin College.
  • Pictures from his 90th birthday celebration

    Women' s Cross Country National Champs
    By Jeff Febus
    Calvin women repeat as NCAA Div. III champions.

  • NCAA Division III Results
  • Calvin Sports Homepage

    On the Deplorable Lack of Freedom at Calvin: A memo to President Byker
    By Lee Hardy

  • Lee Hardy's Homepage
  • Calvin's Philosophy Dept. Homepage

    A Beacon of Hope
    By Cole Ruth 95'
    Senior Matt Flemming shines as inner-city library assistant

  • Calvin's Service Learning Center

    Alum reflects on Alaska oil spill

  • Directors Desk
    by Mike Van Denend
  • Midsummer at Calvin
  • Letters

    Letters to the editor for Spring 2000 Issue

    It's a Mistake - Where are the Women? - Kudos to Calvin - Defining Tolerance - Belief Affect Behavior

    Same-Name Games
    By Edward E. Ericson, Jr.
    Class Notes
    50's - 60's - 70's - 80's - 90's
    More Stories

    The Great Debate

  • Republican Debate Pictures
  • Calvin Debate Homepage

    FOG goes to Chapel

  • Cover picture and more information

    The Unknown Flower

  • More about Charsie Sawyer
  • More about the CD
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