The Rapidian

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Ethics and Religion Talk: Addressing Fears in the COVID-19, Crisis, part 2

Submitted 04-06-2020 under OPINION

More words of encouragement and hope to address the uncertainties and fears of living under the shadow of the novel coronavirus pandemic.

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Ethics and Religion Talk: Addressing Fears in the COVID-19 Crisis

Submitted 03-30-2020 under OPINION

The Ethics and Religion Talk panel shares some words of encouragement and hope to address the uncertainties and fears of living under the shadow of the novel coronavirus pandemic.

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Ethics and Religion Talk: Is Marriage Divine?

Submitted 03-23-2020 under OPINION

Vaughn asks, “Is marriage a divine thing?”

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Art in the Time of COVID-19: Scalia/Ginsburg at Opera Grand Rapids

Submitted 03-16-2020 under OPINION

For Opera Grand Rapids, the show must go on. Online! What was it like to watch this on my computer, as my dog lay curled up against my feet?

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Ethics and Religion Talk: Where does Mortality Come From?

Submitted 03-16-2020 under OPINION

VC asks, “What is mortality and where does it come from?”

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Rethinking youth drug education

Submitted 03-12-2020 under OPINION

Drug education is one of the most important things we teach children today, but common tactics feel outdated and ineffectual.

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Still Scary After All These Years: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory at Broadway Grand Rapids

Submitted 03-12-2020 under OPINION

Cody Garcia shines as the candy man in the national tour.

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American Institute of Architects elevates one local architect to the College of Fellows

Submitted 03-10-2020 under NONPROFITS

American Institute of Architects elevates one local architect to the College of Fellows - Less than three percent of the architecture profession achieve AIA Fellowship.

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Ethics and Religion Talk: How Do You Understand and Practice Evangelism?

Submitted 03-09-2020 under OPINION

Faith asks, “What are some forms of 'witnessing' or 'evangelism' to spread belief?”

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Together We Are Safe questions AmplifyGR's commitment to true community ownership

Submitted 03-04-2020 under OPINION

We at Together We Are Safe think that the Boston Square neighborhood and the greater city is likely not being served by the current plans of AmplifyGR. We think that real community planning and community land trusts take more people, more planning, more conversation, and true community control.

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