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Friday September 12, 2014

In a first-time partnership that marks the anniversary of devastating flooding in Colorado in September 2013, the Calvin College Alumni Association is volunteering with World Renew Disaster Response Services (DRS) to help homeowners in Boulder, Longmont, and Lyons.

Recent News

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    Journalist Ned Parker has had a couple especially busy weeks as Reuters Bureau Chief in Baghdad.

    » submitted 9/12/14
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    Henry Whipple was one of the first students. Don't be fooled—not the Henry Whipple, the famous Minnesota missionary who, in 1862, pleaded with President Lincoln for the lives of hundreds of Dakota braves and won.

    » submitted 9/10/14
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    If you have a heart for the poor, are passionate about helping others through acts of justice and mercy, and are an active member of your church, then World Renew has a great opportunity for you.

    » submitted 9/9/14
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    Rev. Amy Plantinga Pauw, a professor of doctrinal theology at Louisville Seminary, will speak about her journey regarding the inclusion of gay and lesbian members of the Christian Reformed Church on Wednesday, Sept. 17 at Calvin CRC in Grand Rapids, Mich.

    » submitted 9/9/14
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    Jonathan Owens was on his way to class at Calvin College on Sept. 11, 2001 when he saw breaking news on a television of the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center.

    » submitted 9/9/14
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    Earlier this year, two Calvin professors, 18 students and two graduate students traveled to Henan, China to gather information at a child welfare institute in China about best practices for their care.

    » submitted 9/8/14

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