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A Student Senate President must be ready to wear many hats.
She or he must be the face of Calvin, and work diligently to enact change on our campus. - This year, Edgar Aguilar has taken on that responsibility. Aguilar states, "Leadership for me is a component of service. It is a way to connect to my commumity and engage in processes that generate positive results. At Calvin, I have had the opportunity to develop my leadership through opportunities that entail work and coordination with people different than me. " - Where will you lead next, Knights?
Every fall, a new group of Calvin students embark on a semester-long adventure to Honduras, where they study the effects of justice and international development on the city of Tegucigalpa.
Lilly Jeltema, a junior, reflects on her profound experience so far, stating, “Each day in Honduras, we are learning outside of the classroom. We have visited indigenous groups and talked with people about ways we can address injustices in their communities.” These Knights are entrenched in Calvin's motto to think deeply, act justly and live wholeheartedly as Christ's agents of renewal. Where will they serve next?
What's so great about Calvin?
- At Calvin, the faculty are there for students every step of the way. Professors get lunch with students. Job counselors help students succeed in career readiness. And chaplains cheer on sports team, blazing the trail with bright maroon and yellow Calvin flags. - There's a reason why our faculty to student ratio is 13:1. We believe in collaboration, innovation, and one-on-one education. - Meet the Calvin College faculty and staff ->
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