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The Calvin College Observatory will be hosting a viewing of the planet Mercury as it passes in front of the Sun TODAY, Monday, May 9. Viewing through the observatory’s solar telescope will provide an up-close perspective on this relatively rare event. All are welcome! This event is weather-permitting, and will only be possible when the Sun is not blocked by clouds. As of 8:45 a.m. on Monday, conditions are great. Stop by while these viewing conditions last!
Not attending the Festival of Faith & Writing, but still want in on the discussions? Join us each evening for lectures open to the public for $12. An Evening w/ Zadie Smith, 4/14 at 7:30 p.m.: An Evening w/ George Saunders & Tobias Wolff, 4/15 at 7:30 p.m.: An Afternoon w/ Sarah Bessey, 4/16 at 4:45 p.m.: An Evening w/ Nadia Bolz-Weber 4/16 at 7:30 p.m.:
Learn from Calvin blogger Temi Ogunnoiki about some of the traditional African dishes that students made for the Iron Chef cooking competition, hosted by the African Students Association of Calvin College.
Prof. Christiana deGroot talks to media before this morning's Convocation ceremony at Richard A. Handlon Correctional Facility. Please pray for our Handlon students and faculty as they learn together. #wearecalvin
The Calvin Theatre Company presents Love's Labour's Lost from April 21–23, and April 28–30. And we're giving CTC control of Calvin's instagram account for opening day! Follow Calvin's instagram at for a behind-the-scenes look at this incredible show. #wearecalvintheatre #lllcalvin
Looking for a summer internship? Check out CalvinLink for the latest postings: 8 out of 10 Calvin students have at least one internship or practicum while at Calvin. Check out some of these great opportunities other Calvin students have had:
Calvin's Commencement ceremony is #LIVE at 2 p.m. EDT. Cheer on the graduates from wherever you are! #calvincollege #calvingrad16
Problems for #POTUS? Join Calvin's Henry Institute as we look at challenges facing the next president of the United States. Today at 3:30 p.m., we'll discuss the topic of religious freedom.
Calvin professor helps put students’ poetry in motion
Do you <3 poetry? Do you <3 Grand Rapids? You'll <3 Prof. Klatt's latest project. Children's haikus will be paired with historical photos on posters and displayed at a celebration of the “Grand Poems in Rapid Transit” project TODAY from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m., at The Rapid Central Station (250 Grandville Ave. SW). Or, check out the traveling exhibition this month on The Rapid, GR's bus system!
Gretchen Toxopeus Pyles ’91 describes how her teammates not only gave her courage on the field, but also in crisis. “The team aspect of sports is all-important. Being on a team helps you handle success and adversity well,” she said. “Everyone on a team has a gift, and together a team can express something that’s all for God’s glory. It’s something that transcends the athletic field.” Read more:
Can't make it to chapel or LOFT? Watch #LIVE online Monday through Friday at 10 a.m. and Sunday at 8 p.m. Plus, find past chapel and LOFT services in our video archives!
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