Articles by Chimes Staff

Chimes Staff

The 2014-15 Chimes staff is proud to bring you news from the Calvin community!

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I didn’t want to write this

Chimes allows students to write anonymously on exceptional occasions. In this case, while the author had no qualms havin...

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Letter to the editor: Ridgewood apartments, the place I call home

Dear Editor, I want to reassure students moving to Ridgewood Apartments on Burton because they could not get into KE (â€...

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‘I was raped': One Calvin student shares her experience and journey towards healing

Earlier this year, I was raped. Although the guy is out of my life physically, my world has been turned upside down. I h...

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Stewdent Knews: April 1, 2015

Stewdent Knews To: stewdent-knews-digest@lists.calvin.edu Reply-To: stewdent-knews@calvin.edu Stewdent Knews V1 #5932 St...

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Editorial: Student Life’s decisions reflect bureaucracy over relationships

How do you measure the success of an organization? How do you quantify community? In the face of budget cuts, Student Li...

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Letter to the Editor: Dialogue equips students

Dear Editor, Nothing at Calvin prepared me for my current employment as much as Dialogue did. Bringing copies of Dialogu...

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Letter to the editor: Cutting Dialogue would be tragic

Dear Chimes: I was dismayed by your editorial about plans to cut Dialogue’s print budget. Let’s hope that the rumors...

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Letter to the editor: Students for Life

Dear Calvin College community, The members of Calvin College Students for Life were saddened to hear that our “Save AL...

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Q&A: Katelyn Beaty, managing editor of Christianity Today

Katelyn Beaty, a 2006 Calvin graduate, is the managing editor of Christianity Today. During her time at Calvin, Beaty wa...

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Editorial: Student Life should not cut Dialogue

It recently came to our attention that Student Life was asked to cut $10,000 from the budget of student organizations an...