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Articles by Hayley Cox

Hayley Cox

I’m Hayley Cox, returning on-call writer for Chimes, and a Writing/History major from Northern California. A full blown geek, I spend my free time keeping up on everything Marvel, Lord of the Rings, or Star Trek related. I hope to make Chimes a forum for discussion among students and faculty alike, a welcome friend at any Friday lunch.

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Rangeela performance helps audience ‘see beyond the veil’

Rangeela Unveiled opened with a video proclaiming, “Often, shows like these try to amaze the audience with exotic acts...

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Annual sem pond jump has record participation, a few scrapes and bruises

This year, on the 16th anniversary of the Cold Knight plunge, roughly 650 students jumped into the frozen seminary pond,...

Committee votes to open library on Sundays, but future uncertain

The Hekman Library Committee unanimously voted to open the library on Sundays for a trial period this spring semester, b...

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Preliminary evaluations suggest First Year Seminar was a success

The First Year Seminar (FYS) data is in, and while an official evaluation is still in the works, preliminary evaluations...

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Bike thefts, locker room thefts and thefts from vehicles dwindle as police make progress

This semester has seen a high number of thefts — bikes, valuables from lockers rooms and thefts from vehicles — but...

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Le Roy adds Hulst, Loyd-Paige to create first female-majority cabinet

At the beginning of the year, President Le Roy expanded his cabinet to include staff additions of chaplain Mary Hulst an...

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Unlearning perspectives on race

Slavery ended over a century ago. Civil rights movements succeeded decades ago. Racism is dead. Isn’t it? This misconc...

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Student life restructure connects student programs

Just before the start of the school year, Shirley Hoogstra, vice president for student life, made several changes to the...

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Update: Six more bike thefts this week brings total to 12

Since mid-August, 12 bikes — including nine locked bikes — have been stolen on campus, prompting campus safe...

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Phi-Chi/Beta dominates Knollcrest East’s MudBowl

Returning champions Phi-Chi/Beta (PCB) dominated Knollcrest East’s (KE) MudBowl again this year, finishing first in al...