Archive for July 30th, 2014

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Editorial: Plants and gardening are the seed of a peaceful, harmonious mode of existence

I have a longstanding argument with some chemists over whether plants or animals are better: I argue for plants, they th...

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Mozilla Corp. CEO resigns over controversy

Brendan Eich resigned on April 3 after a one-and-a-half week term as CEO of the Mozilla Corporation, a company best know...

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Prospective executive teams begin their campaigns

Two executive teams will campaign for student body president and executive vice president starting midnight on Thursday....

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Calvin approves proposal for new community garden

A proposal for a new community garden located on properties off of Hampshire Street (west of the gym) was recently appro...

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Calvin to offer Interim trip to Disney World

“What are you doing next Interim?” “I’m going to Disney!” Thanks to Professor Becca McBride’s new Interim cl...

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Sexual assault survivor speaks at chapel

Sexual assault survivor Acacia Beelen shared her story in a chapel service lead by the Sexaul Assault Prevention Team (S...

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Abby Leistra: Goldwater Scholar

Abby Leistra will be back in the lab this summer for her third consecutive year working with Professor Sinniah’s resea...

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Calvin’s Got Talent draws large crowd

Cellists Andrew Plaisier and Joshua Ruiter wowed audiences, taking the first place prize of $250 at the third annual Cal...

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Chimes staff prevents student senators from winning in any sport

Last Saturday, Chimes soundly defeated student senate 3-0 in a best of five series of dodgeball games. The victory comes...

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‘Captain America’ goes beyond superhero standards

Traditionally, the first weekend in May is the time that kicks off the summer movie season, a season filled with blockbu...