Calvin University Receives STARS Silver Rating for Sustainability Achievements
Calvin University has earned a STARS Silver rating in recognition of its sustainability achievements from the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education. This year's overall score is the highest in the institution's history.
March 29, 2023 | Matt Kucinski
Student-produced documentaries to be featured at FREEP Film Festival
Two Calvin University student-produced documentaries will be shown on April 28 at the FREEP Film Festival in Detroit, Mich. in their “Real Fresh” program of student documentaries.
March 27, 2023 | Matt Kucinski
A rare journey to save the rarest of penguins
Calvin University alum Janelle Wierenga is working with a team of researchers in New Zealand to try and discover what's causing a pair of diseases that are threatening to wipe out the rarest of penguins on the planet.
March 24, 2023 | Matt Kucinski
When the journey and the finish line both matter
There are many paths and places to prepare to become a doctor. For Catie Kramer, from Pickering, Ontario, Calvin University provided her a path where her other goals, to run cross country and track and to grow in her Christian faith, would not compete with, but rather complement her career pursuit.
March 23, 2023 | Matt Kucinski
Christian high school grads see perceptions shattered by reality
For graduates from west Michigan high schools, Calvin University is just a short drive away. But, a few graduates from one of the local Christian high schools explain how their experience at Calvin has gone well beyond the limiting perceptions some have of a school that's just around the corner.
March 21, 2023 | Matt Kucinski
Finding community in a foreign land
For sophomore Rachit Kharel, the transition from high school to college was filled with anxiety. He also discovered the layers of community throughout the process. Now, 7,000 miles from his home country of Nepal, Kharel has found another place he belongs.
March 13, 2023 | Matt Kucinski
Discovering a deeper and more integrated faith
When Noro Dung was looking at colleges and universities, she wanted a place grounded and rooted in God, a place where she was not forced, but rather free, to pursue her faith. At Calvin, she's indeed found that freedom, but also discovered a deeper and more integrated faith.
March 10, 2023 | Matt Kucinski
Calvin University selects first vice president for marketing and communications
La’Leatha Spillers is selected as Calvin University's first vice president for marketing and communications. Spillers comes to Calvin with more than 20 years of experience in marketing, communications, fundraising, and public relations.
March 08, 2023 | Matt Kucinski
Building Calvin's Inaugural Robotics Football Team
In its first year of existence, the Calvin Robotics Football team is competing at a high level, with the likes of Notre Dame, Valparaiso, and Navy.
March 03, 2023 | Matt Kucinski
First-year research experience opening doors to student's dream
First-year pre-med student Myles Radersma earned a unique opportunity to gain research experience and professional mentorship through the American College of Cardiology.
February 27, 2023 | Matt Kucinski
Calvin University cancels classes on February 22 due to inclement weather
Calvin University has canceled classes on Wednesday, February 22, 2023 due to inclement weather.
February 21, 2023 | Matt Kucinski
From Hostility to Hospitality: How Calvin is Renewing Civics Education
The Civic Hospitality Project, a partnership between the Kuyers Institute and the Henry Institute, gives K-12 educators many curricular tools and exercises they can draw from in putting together their civics lesson plans. The goal? For civics education to aspire to more than simply tolerance.
February 20, 2023 | Matt Kucinski
Calvin students team up to save energy during January
During January, hundreds of Calvin students participated in Kill-A-Watt, a competition between residence halls to see who can conserve the most energy. Collectively, the residents saved 53,000-watt hours of electricity per day in the dorms.
February 03, 2023 | Matt Kucinski
Equipped with the Tools to Build Behind Bars
In the Fall of 1987, Waddell Fisher in utter despair cried out to the Lord after he took a life. For the next 36 years God has used people and programs to equip Fisher with the tools to work for renewal behind bars.
January 31, 2023 | Matt Kucinski
An Agent of Renewal for Human Trafficking Survivors
Nate Knapper, a 2008 alumnus of Calvin University, started The Joseph Project to address the “justice gap” for survivors of human trafficking– the space that exists between their legal needs and getting those legal needs met.
January 27, 2023 | Matt Kucinski
5 Reasons to be Excited About Calvin University Football
When Trent Figg was introduced as the inaugural Calvin University Head Football Coach he talked about how he will build the program and what people can expect on the field.
January 20, 2023 | Matt Kucinski
Calvin University student awarded prestigious Hatfield Prize
Calvin senior Emily Steen is one of three students in the country to be awarded The Hatfield Prize by the Center for Public Justice.
January 19, 2023 | Matt Kucinski
Calvin University holds presidential inauguration behind bars
On Friday, January 13, 2023, Calvin University held a presidential inauguration behind bars. The event is believed to be the first of its kind to be held in an active prison.
January 18, 2023 | Matt Kucinski
Student documentary helping history come alive
Two Calvin University film and media production students produced "The West Church," a documentary that highlights a partnership in Umm al-Jimal that dates back half a century.
January 10, 2023 | Matt Kucinski
Calvin in 2022: A Year in Review
From a presidential transition to the first-ever graduation ceremony behind bars to adding new sports, spaces, and academic programming, there was no shortage of exciting happenings at Calvin in 2022.
December 31, 2022 | Matt Kucinski
Transforming a campus into an arboretum
In 2022, Calvin University’s campus was designated as an arboretum. Certified arborist Bob Speelman, for whom the arboretum is now named, walks around the campus to pick out 12 of his favorite trees.
December 21, 2022 | Matt Kucinski
Building robots and community
Two students started Combat Robotics at Calvin University, allowing both novices and experts in the robotics field to build robots, test their creations in battle, and experience a fun, supportive community.
December 16, 2022 | Matt Kucinski
School of Health creates blueprint for student and client success
The Calvin University School of Health brings many health-related disciplines together in structure, the blueprints pull those together in close physical proximity.
December 15, 2022 | Matt Kucinski
Calvin adds two new cohort programs for fall 2023
The Sustainability Fellows Cohort and Common Good Coalition are two new exciting options for students entering Calvin in fall 2023 to consider. The application deadline is December 15, 2022.
December 12, 2022 | Matt Kucinski
Student entrepreneurs compete for $1,000
A dozen Calvin University students pitched their ideas at the 2022 Fall PitchUp competition with the top prize winner receiving $1,000.
December 08, 2022 | Matt Kucinski
Engineering students shifting carbon into neutral at Calvin University
In a semester-long engineering class project, students developed their communication, math, and problem-solving skills as they discovered a path for Calvin to eliminate its natural-gas related net CO2 emissions from its heating.
December 07, 2022 | Matt Kucinski
Quartet of alumni soloists to lead 2022 Handel’s Messiah
While Calvin University has invited the West Michigan community to performances of Handel's Messiah for more than a century, this year's edition is unique in that all four soloists are Calvin alumni.
December 01, 2022 | Matt Kucinski
Putting your name on a personalized scholarship
On December 1, 2022, more than $5 million in additional aid opens up for incoming and returning students in the form of Named Scholarships. This is on top of the robust financial aid packages that Calvin already offers.
December 01, 2022 | Matt Kucinski
NY Times best-selling author of "The Mediterranean Dish" returns to alma mater
On December 1, Calvin alumna Suzy Karadsheh, a 2022 New York Times best-selling author of "The Mediterranean Dish," will be cooking, speaking, and signing copies of her book at Calvin University.
November 30, 2022 | Matt Kucinski
Five ways to maximize financial aid and make college more affordable
Understanding how to navigate the financial aid process can be a daunting task. So, Paula Elenbaas, associate director of financial aid for Calvin University, provides students and their families with five ways to make college more affordable.
November 25, 2022 | Matt Kucinski , Paula Elenbaas
A broken door leads to a new identity
Curtis Frye earned his bachelor's degree behind bars through the Calvin Prison Initiative. But it literally took a broken door decades earlier to set him on a path that led to his degree and more importantly a new identity.
November 23, 2022 | Matt Kucinski
Calvin University launches search for first head football coach
A national search for Calvin’s inaugural football coach is officially underway. The new coach will help architect the university's football program, which will begin practicing in 2023.
November 22, 2022 | Matt Kucinski
Betsy DeVos returns to alma mater for conversation on state of education
On Thursday, November 18, Calvin alumna and former U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos returned to her alma mater for a moderated discussion with the university’s dean of education Brian Bolt.
November 21, 2022 | Matt Kucinski
Calvin University community invested in 2022 World Cup
Calvin faculty, staff, and students hold citizenship or residency in 25 of the 32 countries represented at the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
November 19, 2022 | Matt Kucinski
Professor and student team up to help local fire department
Professor John Sparks and senior exercise science major Daniel Wunder designed and led workshops this summer to help fire fighters in Grand Rapids prevent some of the most common injuries that keep them off the job.
November 18, 2022 | Matt Kucinski
Calvin remembers Bruce Dice
Bruce Dice aimed to inspire a love and wonder for God's creation. The significant collection of minerals he donated to Calvin back in 2010 in establishing the Bruce Dice Mineralogical Museum and an annual student scholarship are continuing to build that legacy at Calvin.
November 17, 2022 | Matt Kucinski
Calvin University Honors Student Veterans
This year, 18 students at Calvin are currently serving or have served in the U.S. military. Today, we highlight four of our student veterans, asking them why they chose to enlist in the military, enroll at Calvin, and what they hope to do in the future.
November 11, 2022 | Matt Kucinski
Calvin Knights set to kick off NCAA tournament runs
This week, the women's volleyball, men's and women’s soccer, and men’s and women’s cross-country teams begin their pursuit of adding another NCAA championship banner to Van Noord Arena.
November 10, 2022 | Matt Kucinski
Celebrating First-Generation Students at Calvin University
On National First-Generation Celebration Day, we caught up with a few students who are the first in their families to pursue an education. We asked them why they chose Calvin and about their experience here so far.
November 08, 2022 | Matt Kucinski
World-renowned artist Makoto Fujimura awarded Kuyper Prize
Makoto Fujimura is the recipient of the 2023 Kuyper Prize, awarded by Calvin University and Calvin Theological Seminary. Fujimura is the first visual artist to receive the prize, which has been awarded annually since 1998.
November 08, 2022 | Matt Kucinski
Football is coming to Calvin University
Calvin University's Board of Trustees voted on and approved the university's athletics strategic plan, which includes adding women's acrobatics and tumbling, men's volleyball, and men's American football to its portfolio of NCAA Division III athletic offerings.
October 28, 2022 | Matt Kucinski
Calvin University President Wiebe Boer delivers Inaugural Address
On Wednesday, October 26, 2022, more than 2,000 people gathered in Van Noord Arena for the inauguration of Calvin’s 12th president Dr. Wiebe Boer. He delivered an inaugural address titled: "The Greatest Generation is Now."
October 27, 2022 | Matt Kucinski
12 Favorite Student Traditions at Calvin University
President Wiebe Boer is the 12th president of Calvin University. So, during the month of October, each week leading up to Inauguration we are sharing a “Top 12” list. This week, Student Body President Nain Miranda asked his peers to provide a list of their favorite student traditions.
October 25, 2022 | Matt Kucinski
Pop-up market celebrates diversity of local business owners
On Tuesday, October 25, 2022, Calvin University invites the local community to campus for a pop-up market supporting local women-and BIPOC-owned-businesses.
October 25, 2022 | Matt Kucinski
Engineer's watershed moment having ripple effects
When Julie Wildschut '00 was a middle school student she had her watershed moment. Now three decades later, that moment is having a ripple effect on students, communities, and a watershed.
October 21, 2022 | Matt Kucinski
12 Study Spaces Students Love at Calvin University
President Wiebe Boer is the 12th president of Calvin University. So, during the month of October, each week leading up to Inauguration we are sharing a “Top 12” list. This week, Student Body president Nain Miranda asked his peers to provide their list of the study spaces they love most on campus.
October 18, 2022 | Matt Kucinski
Calvin University launches Leadership Development Program for Underrepresented Faculty and Staff
On Monday, October 24, Calvin University will launch a new professional development program specifically designed for underrepresented members of Calvin's staff and faculty.
October 17, 2022 | Matt Kucinski
Calvin University to inaugurate Wiebe Boer as 12th president
The formal inauguration ceremony for Dr. Wiebe K. Boer will take place at 4 p.m. on Wednesday, October 26, 2022, in Calvin’s Van Noord Arena.
October 05, 2022 | Matt Kucinski
12 Discoveries President Boer Made in First 100 Days
Upon arriving at Calvin University in late June 2022, President Boer has been learning about the campus and the community. Here are 12 discoveries he's made as he's become reacquainted with his alma mater.
October 03, 2022 | Matt Kucinski
Unparalleled preparation leads to booming speech pathology program at Calvin University
In a speech pathology graduate student’s first year they earn more than 100 clinical hours right on campus. This has put the program in high demand for both students and employers. And it's a reason the program is expanding.
September 29, 2022 | Matt Kucinski
I'll take World-Renowned Speakers for 15 days
Calvin University's 2023 January Series features a NASA scientist, New York Times best-selling authors, a former speechwriter for three U.S. presidents, and the holder of the longest winning streak on Jeopardy!
September 28, 2022 | Matt Kucinski
Calvin University Hosts Weekend Full of Fun
Calvin University is welcoming alumni, family, and friends to campus for Homecoming & Family Weekend. The weekend features a world-famous comedian, nationally ranked athletic teams, and a race around Calvin’s beautiful campus.
September 27, 2022 | Matt Kucinski
Calvin University Athletics in a League of Their Own
This fall, if you are looking for the Calvin Knights, look no further than the national polls. Five of Calvin’s eight fall varsity teams are inside the Top 25 in the country.
September 23, 2022 | Matt Kucinski
World-renowned toxicologist and immunologist to speak at Calvin University
In late September, the Calvin University School of Health is hosting two alums who are successful doctors working on the leading edge of their fields and on high profile national and international cases.
September 21, 2022 | Matt Kucinski
Calvin University to celebrate Grand Opening of School of Business
On Wednesday, September 14, West Michigan business leaders, the Calvin community, students, and the general public is invited to celebrate the grand opening of the Calvin University School of Business building.
September 13, 2022 | Matt Kucinski
U.S. News & World Report gives Calvin University high marks in 2023 Guidebook
U.S. News & World Report ranks Calvin University fourth overall among Midwest Regional Universities in its 2023 guidebook. Calvin also appears in the top 10 for best undergraduate teaching and ranks second for most international students.
September 12, 2022 | Matt Kucinski
Discovering identity through community
Tim Baker is serving a life sentence for decisions he made to try and fit in. Now 20-plus years later through the Calvin Prison Initiative program, he's found the freedom to be himself and is accepted for who he is.
September 11, 2022 | Matt Kucinski
Calvin University launches initiative to help students start businesses
Calvin alums are investing $500K to help launch Calvin Startup Garage, an incubator that will provide student entrepreneurs with the skills, funding, mentorship, and a community to help them start businesses.
September 08, 2022 | Matt Kucinski
Calvin Prison Initiative seen as national model for prison education
In late August, leaders of the U.S. Department of Education visited the Calvin Prison Initiative. Four hours later, they left inspired not just by stories of transformation, but by the strategic, thoughtful collaboration that is making CPI a national model to follow for prison education.
September 01, 2022 | Matt Kucinski
Calvin remembers Clayton Meyer
Clayton (Clayt) Meyer, 75, died on August 6, 2022. For three decades, he was working literally underground and behind the scenes to make Calvin University a place where students thrive.
August 31, 2022 | Matt Kucinski
U.S. Department of Education leaders to visit Calvin Prison Initiative program
On August 30, James Kvaal, Under Secretary of the U.S. Department of Education, is coming to west Michigan to see how Second Chance Pell grants have impacted the Calvin Prison Initiative program. This is Kvaal's first prison first as Under Secretary.
August 26, 2022 | Matt Kucinski
Calvin welcomes more than 1,000 incoming students and most diverse class in university history
This fall, more than 1,000 incoming students begin their pursuit of an undergraduate or graduate degree at Calvin University. The entering class shows academic strength and is record-setting in terms of ethnic and geographic diversity.
August 23, 2022 | Matt Kucinski
Princeton Review shortlists Calvin for supporting student wellbeing
The Princeton Review ranks Calvin University as one of the nation's best institutions for undergraduates to earn their college degree. Calvin is also the only school in Michigan to be on the top 25 list for both student support and counseling services AND health services.
August 17, 2022 | Matt Kucinski
Calvin remembers Jim Bosscher
Jim Bosscher's faith manifested itself in his actions. While he was a leader in the establishment of Camp Tall Turf, Safe Haven Ministries, the Christian Engineering Society, curbside recycling, and a four-year engineering program at Calvin University, it was how he led his students that has left quite an imprint.
August 11, 2022 | Matt Kucinski
Research team's $1 million grant explores how movies shape morals
Carl Plantinga, professor of film and media at Calvin University, is co-leading a grant project through the Templeton Religion Trust's "Art Seeking Understanding" Initiative that aims to discover how one's moral understanding can be shaped during and in discussions after a movie.
August 08, 2022 | Matt Kucinski
Calvin University diversity trailblazer wins prestigious award
On Friday, August 5, 2022, Rev. Dr. Michelle Loyd-Paige received the Dante Venegas Award, a prestigious honor given out by the Office of Race Relations recognizing distinguished leadership in diversity and racial justice in the Christian Reformed Church.
August 06, 2022 | Matt Kucinski
New business program provides supply of in-demand graduates
This fall, Calvin University is launching the Operations and Supply Chain Management program. The program was built after talking with multiple business leaders from various industries about what skills are needed today and what will set graduates up for future success 5-10 years down the road.
August 03, 2022 | Matt Kucinski
Creating a Roadmap Toward a Vibrant Campus Living Space
The Residential Master Planning process has created a plan to expand and invigorate living spaces around the Calvin University campus.
July 29, 2022 | Matt Kucinski
Pine Rest and Calvin University partner to address nursing shortage
Calvin University and Pine Rest Christian Mental Health Services have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) regarding the Calvin-Pine Rest BSN Partnership.
July 27, 2022 | Matt Kucinski
Calvin University Builds Momentum
Since Calvin changed its last name from "college" to "university" in 2019, the institution has established two new schools, added six graduate programs, set fundraising records, and become the first university in MIchigan to award bachelor's degrees behind bars.
July 22, 2022 | Matt Kucinski
Accelerating Calvin University's Energy Transition
Calvin University is making history in Michigan by becoming the first university in the state to pursue Solar-as-a-Service as an approach to accelerating the energy transition.
July 08, 2022 | Matt Kucinski
Wiebe Boer begins presidency at Calvin University
President Wiebe, who holds triple citizenship from Canada, the United States, and the Netherlands, concluded his first week of festivities as Calvin's president by celebrating Canada Day with dozens of students, faculty, and staff.
July 01, 2022 | Matt Kucinski
John Ross Named Professor of the Year
Kinesiology professor John Ross is the 2022 recipient of the Professor of the Year Award. The honor is bestowed on one professor each year following a vote of graduating seniors.
June 27, 2022 | Matt Kucinski
Major Watershed Restoration Grant Awarded to Plaster Creek Stewards
Calvin University's Plaster Creek Stewards has been awarded a major two-year grant from the State of Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy. The grant has a total value of over $1 million.
June 21, 2022 | Matt Kucinski
Calvin Remembers James Martrice Brown
A week after receiving his bachelor's degree inside Handlon Correctional Facility, James Martrice Brown suffered a stroke and died three days later. He's remembered by his classmates and professors as someone who was always looking out for others.
June 03, 2022 | Matt Kucinski
Calvin philosophy alumna earns two prestigious fellowships
Emmalon Davis, a 2010 graduate of Calvin University, is the only philosophy professor nationwide to be selected for a fellowship from the American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS).
May 27, 2022 | Matt Kucinski
Computer Science Professor to Advise U.S. Department of State
For 30-plus years, Joel Adams has been equipping and advising his students at Calvin University to be agents of renewal in their fields. Now, the professor of computer science is being asked to advise the U.S. Secretary of State.
May 20, 2022 | Matt Kucinski
Money Magazine includes Calvin University among its 2022 Best Colleges
Quality, affordability, and outcomes are the factors that have Calvin University on Money's 2022 "Best Colleges in America" list.
May 19, 2022 | Matt Kucinski
Walking into a new identity
On Monday, May 9, 2022, Calvin University awarded degrees to 76 inmates in a grand celebration in Ionia, Michigan. It marked the first time in the state of Michigan that bachelor's degrees were awarded behind bars.
May 10, 2022 | Matt Kucinski
State leaders honor Calvin University president with special tribute
Michael Le Roy, president of Calvin University, was presented with a special tribute from state leaders honoring his steadfast commitment to the Calvin University community and all of private higher education.
May 05, 2022 | Matt Kucinski
Calvin University holds graduation ceremony behind bars
On Monday, May 9, 2022, 45 inmates will receive a bachelor's degree from Calvin University as part of a formal Commencement ceremony held inside Handlon Correctional Facility. This marks a first for the state of Michigan.
May 04, 2022 | Matt Kucinski
An unimaginable adoption story born out of tragedy
Valmarcus Jones and Jerline Riley grew up in the same neighborhood. Their worlds collided in 1994 with tragic consequences. The way they have reunited is an unimaginable and beautiful story of redemption.
April 21, 2022 | Matt Kucinski
Calvin University appoints Dr. Wiebe Boer as next president
The Calvin University Board of Trustees has accepted the presidential search committee’s unanimous recommendation and appointed Dr. Wiebe Boer as the institution’s 12th president.
March 28, 2022 | Matt Kucinski
A crash course on propaganda
Calvin University professor Kathi Groenendyk offers a crash course on propaganda in an effort to provide perspective on what we are seeing play out in Russia and Ukraine.
March 15, 2022 | Matt Kucinski
Ruth Padilla DeBorst to receive 2022 Kuyper Prize
On Wednesday, April 6, during the Kuyper Conference, Ruth Padilla DeBorst will accept the 2022 Abraham Kuyper Prize for Excellence in Reformed Theology and Public Life.
February 28, 2022 | Matt Kucinski
Calvin research team launches study about parents and education news
A journalism and communication professor at Calvin University releases a major study on parents, schools, and the news media.
February 16, 2022 | Matt Kucinski
Center for Social Research evolving for a flourishing future
Calvin's Center for Social Research is becoming its own legal entity independent of Calvin University, positioning it to serve a broader range of clients and grow in new ways.
February 08, 2022 | Matt Kucinski
Engineering students provide key insights for Habitat for Humanity
Habitat for Humanity wondered how to reduce carbon emissions even further in a house they are building. For the answer, they turned to an engineering class at Calvin University.
January 14, 2022 | Matt Kucinski
Calvin remembers Nick Moll
Nick Moll, a junior at Calvin University, died on December 30, 2021. The Calvin community says his infectious positivity and excitement paired with his deep love for people made him a joy to be around.
January 06, 2022 | Matt Kucinski
2021 at Calvin: A year in review
As 2021 draws to a close, News and Stories looks back and highlights ten ways in which Calvin has experienced momentum over the past year.
December 31, 2021 | Matt Kucinski
I'll be home for Christmas
For the first time in 36 years, Ron Hammond, a student in the Calvin Prison Initiative program, will spend Christmas outside prison walls.
December 24, 2021 | Matt Kucinski
A presidential search led by prayer
The presidential search committee is providing a weekly Biblical text, prayerful response, musical reflection, and a blessing, as a tangible way to help lead the community through discerning God’s leading.
December 23, 2021 | Matt Kucinski
Calvin professor helping to shape the future of education
Clarence Joldersma, director of the master of education program at Calvin University, contributed to a once-in-a-generation UNESCO report called the Futures of Education.
December 16, 2021 | Matt Kucinski
Calvin remembers Doug Nagel
Doug Nagel supported his alma mater cheerfully and generously for nearly half a century. His life helped make a Calvin education accessible to more people and to spread God's Word around the world.
December 08, 2021 | Matt Kucinski
Rachael Denhollander to receive 2021 Kuyper Prize
Rachael Denhollander, recognized as a leading voice on the topic of sexual abuse, is the recipient of the 2021 Kuyper Prize. The prize is awarded by Calvin University and Calvin Theological Seminary.
December 07, 2021 | Matt Kucinski
Calvin remembers Charlotte Otten
English professor emerita Charlotte Otten retired from Calvin in 1991, but for the past three decades she continued to encourage her colleagues in their teaching and scholarship.
December 02, 2021 | Matt Kucinski
Calvin University, Safe Haven, GRPD, and YWCA team up to keep students safe
A $300,000 grant from the Department of Justice Office on Violence against Women (OVW) is allowing Calvin University to expand its efforts toward keeping its campus community safe.
November 30, 2021 | Matt Kucinski
Calvin remembers Steve Schuitema
While Steve Schuitema's roles changed a few times during his Calvin tenure, his work ethic, attention to detail, and kindheartedness remained steadfast.
November 29, 2021 | Matt Kucinski
When the numbers begin to fade
Since 2002, the Jubilee Fellows Program has helped Calvin University students discern a call to pastoral ministry. Now, that program extends to students at Handlon Correctional Facility.
November 24, 2021 | Matt Kucinski
Calvin University receives $500K grant to strengthen the humanities
The National Endowment for the Humanities has awarded Calvin $500K in relief funding as part of the American Rescue Plan that was passed by Congress earlier this year.
November 18, 2021 | Matt Kucinski