Creation Museum's Ken Ham, pastor Rob Bell talk evolution in Calvin College alum's documentary
Ken Ham, president of the Creation Museum in Kentucky, and Rob Bell, former pastor of Mars Hill Bible Church, are among the people featured in a creation/evolution documentary to be shown Friday, March 7, at Calvin College.
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Wed Mar 05, 2014
Michigan Grocers Association Elects Officers
"These leaders bring to MGA great experience, energy, and the utmost dedication to the food industry," says Linda M. Gobler, president & CEO of the MGA.
Honoring the Sabbath? Calvin College weighs opening library on Sundays
Calvin College is weighing whether to open Hekman Library on Sundays, a decision that President Michael Le Roy said is symbolic of the Christian liberal arts school's "current understanding of Sabbath," according to the student newspaper , Chimes.
Student Authors Prove Their Merit in the College Mathematics Journal
The March 2014 issue of The College Mathematics Journal features the work of not one, not two, but 11 students-three high schoolers, six undergraduates, and two graduate students-and nothing but the mathematical merit of their work earned it the distinguished placement.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
The Huffington Post
Brandon G. Withrow: The Casualties of Bryan College's Anti-Evolution Revolution
Dayton, Tennessee, perhaps best-known for being the location of the 1925 Scopes Monkey Trial , is back in the news with a controversy at Bryan College, named for William Jennings Bryan, the anti-evolutionist counsel at Scopes.
Sat Mar 01, 2014
Farmington Daily Times
Candidate named to become Navajo Nation Council's top lawyer
Tribal officials have recommended former executive director of DNA People's Legal Services to become the chief legal counsel to the Navajo Nation Council.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Calvin Collegiate Indoor Track and Field Championships open on Friday
The multi-events of the Calvin College Indoor Track and Field Championships began on Friday inside the Spoelhof Fieldhouse Complex.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Former Calvin College professor tapped to head Christian Reformed Church
The board of the Grand Rapids-based Protestant denomination is recommending that Steven R. Timmermans be appointed executive director, the church's Web site states .
Tue Feb 25, 2014
Calvin's Kevin VanHaitsma recognized for statewide honor by Professional Tennis Registry
GRAND RAPIDS, Kevin VanHaitsma, the head women's tennis coach at Calvin College, has been named the Professional Tennis Registry's member of the year for Michigan.
Calvin College taps longtime professor, dean to serve as provost
Calvin College has recommended Dean of Social Sciences Cheryl Brandsen, a longtime employee at the Christian liberal arts school, be appointed provost.
WTKG-AM Grand Rapids
Calvin College Picks New Provost
Calvin College has chosen the dean of its social sciences and contextual disciplines to be the college's next provost.
Fri Feb 21, 2014
State of Michigan
Snyder makes appointments, reappointments to Board of Medicine
The 19-member board is responsible for the examination, regulation, licensing and registration of physicians and surgeons, and for the discipline of licensees who have violated the Michigan Public Health Code.
Mon Feb 17, 2014
Record setting weekend for Aquinas track & field
Grand Rapids, MI- The Aquinas College indoor track & field teams had many outstanding performances this weekend while competing at both GVSU and Calvin College.
Sun Feb 16, 2014
Richmond grad is diver of the year
Sheridan won the 1-meter and 3-meter events for Hope during the MIAA Championships at Calvin College.
Sat Feb 15, 2014
Calvin College students brave frigid temperatures for annual Sem Pond Jump
Calvin College students braved the frigid weather Friday and plunged into the icy waters of the Sem Pond, an annual tradition at the Christian Liberal arts school.
War Is A Crime
The Story of My Arrest at David Petraeus' Speaking Engagement
As I sat in that room, I decided my action would be designed to send a fissure through David Petraeus' edifice of lies with the intent to reach someone with the truth who desperately needed to hear it like I once did.
Fri Feb 14, 2014
Career diplomat and Calvin College grad takes key post with Acton Institute
Career diplomat and think tank entrepreneur Todd Huizinga is joining the Acton Institute as its director of international outreach, the conservative Grand Rapids think tank announced this week.
Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
Library Board welcomes new member
Fluit and his wife, Ana Canino-Fluit, have lived in Penfield with their two children since Fluit became senior pastor at the Rochester Christian Reformed Church on Atlantic Avenue.
Thu Feb 13, 2014
WSAE-FM Spring Arbor
Annual Focus Series explores "work"
At SAU, learning happens in our 97+ majors and programs , but it doesn't end there.
Wed Feb 12, 2014
Hope College librarian finds 'blessing' in late-life diagnosis of heart condition
Lifelong runner Rachel Bishop said she was "devastated" when she was diagnosed with a congenital heart defect late in life.