Archive for October 23rd, 2014

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‘Blood vs. Electricity’ an exploration into dreams

Sometimes getting away from the convenience and monotony of the blaring radio takes a little more effort.  In a musical...

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Negotiations continue in Greece

This week, Greece looks to negotiate an extension of their bailout plans with the European Union. For more than two year...

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Spirituality an integral part of gay life

I’ve gone through Calvin College feeling relatively safe and respected in the four years I’ve been here. This may se...

SAGA (Sexuality Awareness, Gender Acceptance), is a vibrant student organization that works to educate the campus about sexuality issues.  calvin.edu
Calvin hospitable to LGBT students at personal but not institutional level

A petition referring to Calvin’s ranking in the top-20 most LGBT-unfriendly schools in the country is currently circul...

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Halloween guide 2012

Throughout Grand Rapids, Halloween is celebrated in a multitude of ways. Leading up to Halloween there are hayrides, hau...

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The informed voter: true confrontation

Watch every existing episode of “Say Yes to the Dress,” fight a water buffalo, actually take the time to floss my te...

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Editorial: Oct. 26

The 2011 January Series hosted Krista Tippet, a noted radio broadcaster, journalist and author. Tippet most famously hos...

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Unorthodox band mixes rap with jazz

There are numerous bright lights emerging on the fringes of jazz these days. Attracting the acclaim of crowd and critic ...

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Scientists win Nobel Prize for quantum leap in computing

Scientists Serge Haroche and David Wineland have won the Nobel Prize in physics for this year based on “ground-breakin...

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Letter to the editor: Oct. 26

Dear Editor, Whoever said a picture is worth a thousand words has clearly never seen the back of Chimes. Week after week...