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CCCU commends new birth control exemption

CCCU commends new birth control exemption

Josh Parks and Julia McKee

October 20, 20171 Comment

The Council for Christian Colleges and Universities (CCCU) issued a statement on Wednesday, Oct. 6, praising the Trump administration’s expansion of the religious exemption to the Affordable Care Act...

Five Smooth Stones campaign funds future classrooms, technology

Calvin website changes aimed at prospective students

German students perform interactive theater

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Opinion: Semper Reformada part three

Opinion: Semper Reformada part three

Dr. David Noe, Professor of Classics

October 20, 2017No Comments

Which diet is the most ethical? Omnivore, flexitarian, pescatarian, vegetarian, vegan? We all have only one mouth for food an...

Opinion: Response to ‘Semper Reformada Part Two’

Opinion: In defense of busy bulletin boards

Semper Reformanda: part two

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Professor and students use gene editing tech

Professor and students use gene editing tech

Chinelo Ezenwelu, Guest Writer

October 20, 2017No Comments

Over this past summer, chemistry professor Brendan Looyenga used CRISPR, a recently popularized gene editing tool, in his study...

Calvin professor speaks on God and chance

Sci. Sit-Down: Q&A with Jason VanHorn

Dahl the supercomputer to be replaced in January

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Women’s volleyball shuts out St. Mary’s

Women’s volleyball shuts out St. Mary’s

Mark Peless, Multimedia Editor

October 13, 2017No Comments

The women’s volleyball team won their seventh straight match on Wednesday, Oct. 11. They defeated St. Mary’s College 3-0 in str...

Knights of Calvin: Emma Verrett

Men’s soccer shuts out Olivet 8-0

Knights of Calvin: Emily Slenk

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Ministry Spotlight: Dégagé

Ministry Spotlight: Dégagé

Ben DeMaso, Staff Writer

October 20, 2017No Comments

Situated at the corner of Division St. and Cherry St. sits Dégagé, created to “give help and hope” to the homeless of Gran...

Students experience Chinese houses of worship

Conference covers community issues

Catholics and Protestants reach across Reformation divide

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Broene rename follows historical trend

Broene rename follows historical trend

Peter Ford, Campus Co-Editor

October 20, 2017No Comments

As part of the recent changes, director Irene Kraegel has been researching the history of the newly-renamed J. Broene Center ...

Q&A with retiring physical plant director Phil Beezhold

‘Star Wars’ anthology gives life to unseen moments

The Center Art Gallery has a long history

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