Articles by Katelyn Bosch

Katelyn Bosch

Katelyn Bosch was the Chimes online editor for the 2015-2016 year, previoulsy the religion editor. She studyed history and strategic communication. Coffee, stimulating conversations, Lord of the Rings, and the Beatles are among her favorite things, preferably a combination of these

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Student Organization Spotlight: Chimes

In a risk of appearing vain, Chimes is featuring itself as the student organization spotlight of this week. What do we d...

Students learn about quilting through programing at Cook Arts Center . Photo courtesy Grandville Ave Arts and Humanities Flickr
Community programming at Grandville Avenue Arts and Humanities provides access to arts

When we think about economic and racial inequality, access to arts and literature may not be at the forefront of the con...

A picture taken while in the Plimoth reenactment village. Photo courtesy Katelyn Bosch
The value of experiencial learning

The passage is narrow and the stairs are steep, my claustrophobia is brewing under the surface and my legs are crying, l...

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First gay couple married in Kent County share testimony of faith, love and time at Calvin

When the Supreme Court decided to make gay marriage legal in all 50 states this past June, Calvin alumni Zach and Colby ...

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Starbucks red cups are not killing Christmas

This week, an Internet movement claimed that Starbucks is killing Christmas. This murder is done via their seasonal red ...

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CTC performs Shakespeare’s “King Lear” as white clown actors.

The Calvin Theatre Company (CTC) presents an original version of “King Lear” the next two weekends. Director Stephan...

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Five faculty let go following prioritization cuts

EDITOR’S NOTE: Professor You Kyong Ahn, who teaches architecture, will also be leaving. As this position is not...

Gabe Lyons, founder of Q Commons movement, opens the international broadcast. Photo Credit Katelyn Bosch
Q Commons addresses important issues in GR community

The third Q Commons tap-in hosted by Calvin College addressed local issues of the Plaster Creek watershed, improving the...

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Recommended program eliminations initiate discourse between students, alumni and administration

Following an email announcement on Friday, September 25, of recommendations to eliminate six academic programs and five ...

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Calvin students attend ordination of first female bishop

The ordination of Libby Lane, the first female bishop in the Church of England, took place on Jan. 26, 2015, in the York...