Articles by John Muyskens

John Muyskens

I’m John Muyskens and I’m the science and technology editor for the 2013-14 school year, while serving as the web manger as well. Computers have fascinated me since I was able to work a mouse (rest in peace, Doug Engelbart). When I am not fiddling with my page in the Chimes or designing posters for the SAO, you may find me studying that most poorly-named academic field: computer science.

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Engineering senior design teams wrap up year-long projects

The Engineering building teems with students this time of year, all putting the final touches on their senior design pro...

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No evidence of security breaches at Calvin from Heartbleed bug

When a bug discovered in the widely-used cryptography library OpenSSL was disclosed on April 7, Calvin Information Techn...

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Senate Election Poll Results

Chimes took an informal poll of 210 students Wednesday evening to capture current student opinions before Thursday̵...

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Mozilla Corp. CEO resigns over controversy

Brendan Eich resigned on April 3 after a one-and-a-half week term as CEO of the Mozilla Corporation, a company best know...

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Calvin website redesign targets mobile devices, prospective students

Visitors to Calvin’s website will notice a major redesign next week. According to Tim Ellens, director of communic...

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Japanese bitcoin exchange faces unexpected shutdown

Mt. Gox, a prominent Japanese bitcoin exchange, ceased transactions and shuttered its website Monday. The shutdown comes...

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Calvin students design new resource for ordering textbooks

With their new website, Peter VandeHaar and Matt Greeley want to change the way you buy books for classes online. The id...

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Google’s book scanning ruled fair use by judge

A judge dismissed a copyright lawsuit regarding Google Books on Thursday, Nov. 14. The Authors Guild brought the lawsuit...

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Visualized: The Decade in Calvin Enrollment

The following is an interactive data visualization presenting data from Calvin Enrollment’s annual Day 10 report. ...

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Curiosity uncovers surprising amount water in Martian soil

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has found water on Mars. Analysis by the rover Curiosity reveal...