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Articles by Jess Koster

Jess Koster

Jess Koster is the Chimes sports editor for the 2013-14 school year. This is her third year on the job. She absolutely loves sports and would love to get a job with a professional team. She loves the statistics of sports, which is why she's an accounting major.

Saying goodbye: Editor-in-Chief Ryan Struyk and Managing Editor Jess Koster have their final words

Ryan Struyk was the editor in chief of Chimes for the fall 2013 semester and the online editor for the 2012-13 school ye...

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Season Recap: Women’s Volleyball

The Knights volleyball team came into the season ranked No. 2, even after losing a full rotation of graduating women. Se...

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Ben deWaal Malefyt leads cheers

If you have been to a big volleyball game or basketball game in the past few years, you will notice that Calvin has one ...

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Hot Seat: Danielle Carter

Co-editor Jess Koster sat down with Danielle Carter to talk about life in and out of soccer. This is hot seat. How old a...

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Calvin wins title in five sports

Calvin continued its conference sports dominance this fall, winning MIAA titles in five fall sports over the last week: ...

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Both swim teams swim strong at MIAA relays

The swim teams had strong showings at the MIAA relays, with the women taking first in nine events and the men taking fir...

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Men’s golf to pick up play again this spring

The golf team is moving on to play again in the spring. Here is a jamboree-by-jamboree recap of the season: Jamboree #1 ...

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Men’s soccer holds on to MIAA lead

The men’s soccer team defeated Olivet 4-3 on the road last Tuesday. The Knights started out the game with a quiet firs...

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Men’s golf back on top of MIAA

The men’s golf team moved back into first place in the MIAA standings last Saturday after finishing second at the Kala...

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Editorial: Why Le Roy’s student panel is not enough

This fall, President Le Roy announced a search committee for a new provost, and one thing stuck out to us — there is n...