Articles by Julia LaPlaca

Julia LaPlaca

Julia LaPlaca is a Chimes writer for the 2013-14 school year. She is a junior at Calvin majoring in literature and art history.

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New issue of Dialogue displays student work

Dialogue – Calvin’s literary and art magazine – celebrated the publication of its spring issue at a well-a...

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Calvin Theatre Company’s ‘Pride and Prejudice’ is flawed but charming

It is a truth universally acknowledged that when one develops a deep love and understanding for a particular work of lit...

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Calvin Theater Company to perform Pride and Prejudice

On April 23-25 and April 30-May 2, Calvin’s Theatre Company will be performing an adaptation of Jane Austen’s “Pri...

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CTC debuts absurdist plays

It’s winter. It’s cold. The days are dark for far too long. And we are all due for a healthy dose of existentialism....

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January Series 2015 inspires through story

This year marks the 28th installment of the January Series. During Interim, the January Series invites speakers of the h...

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Review: Metamorphoses

I dare you to remember that last time you spent 90 minutes doing one thing (no, sleeping does not count). One thing — ...

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CTC’s “Metamorphoses” Explores the Power of Story

Calvin Theatre Company’s production of Mary Zimmerman’s “Metamorphoses” will open on Thursday November 13th. Thi...

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Art Department Celebrates 50 Years

This semester, Calvin College’s art department is celebrating its 50th anniversary. Their campaign, “Celebrating Fif...

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Students harvest syrup from Calvin’s campus

This year Calvin’s creation care and outdoor recreation floor embarked on an environmentally sustainable, rewarding an...

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Cello Cabaret to showcase talent, dedication and community

This article has been corrected. The concert is at 3 p.m., not 3:30 p.m., as originally reported. Calvin’s own cellist...