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.

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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New graphic design major changes the name of the game for art majors

Historically, Calvin’s Art Department has not necessarily been the harbinger of academic innovation. But this year pro...

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Q&A: Dean of Student Development Bob Crow

Bob Crow has been in administration at Calvin for over 17 years. Between making his own ice cream, roasting his own coff...

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New interim trip goes to the ‘happiest place on earth’

This year, Calvin political science professor Becca McBride took Interim to a whole new level. She and 16 students spent...

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Faith and International Development Conference in the works

Calvin’s Faith and International Development Conference (FIDC) tells students to “come ready to challenge and be cha...

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Discrimination against teenagers pervasive and damaging

It had been a long day. My family and I had been in the hospital waiting room for six or eight hours, nervously anticipa...

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Climbing competition draws over 45 students in its fifth year

Calvin has hosted competitions like this every semester since the facility opened in the spring of 2009. Participants co...