Articles by Anna Delph

Anna Delph

Anna Delph is the Chimes editor in chief for the 2015-2016 school year. She is a senior, born and raised in the suburbs of Dallas-Fort Worth. She is an interdisciplinary major with intention to pursue a career in photojournalism. Anna has also been taking pictures since she was old enough to hold a camera so she's glad to finally put her hobby to good use.

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Editorial: Fail Beautifully

Technically, Chimes is a student organization. To put it simply, that means we are run by students, for students. We hav...

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The purpose of ‘Chimes’ is to tell stories of Calvin College

Thousands of people have read the feature we published last week about Zach and Colby Roanhorse, and their story has spa...

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Michael Le Roy: a Retrospective

President Michael Le Roy began his time at Calvin at the same time as this year’s graduating class. As a fellow “fou...

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Don’t make school a chore

Take notes. Memorize. Flashcard. Test. Repeat. Classwork can sometimes feel like a chore. In fact, I think I’m safe in...

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“Macabre” show provides venue for student art

An ominous presence fell upon the basement of the Spoelhof Center last Friday night. Black curtains, old dolls, flickeri...

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Prioritization program cuts finalized

On Wednesday night, President Michael Le Roy announced by email that the program cut recommendations from the prioritiza...

Editorial: The art of arguing well

My family used to eat out a lot. Or at least, part of me remembers that. I know that at some point, a long time ago in a...

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Recommended program eliminations initiate discourse between students, alumni and administration

Following an email announcement on Friday, September 25, of recommendations to eliminate six academic programs and five ...

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Editorial: Write your own story

When I left for college, I was told a lot of stories. My parents said that I would experience the best years of my life ...