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Articles by Lauren De Haan

Lauren De Haan

Lauren De Haan is a Chimes Online Editor for the 2013-14 school year.

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First year student votes discounted due to error in election ballot

Serious issues plagued the start of the student senate elections as students attempting to vote complained that they wer...

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The Head and the Heart deliver heartfelt performance

Last Thursday in the Hoogenboom Center, The Head and the Heart performed at Calvin for their second time. The Head and T...

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Great Gatsby Formal exceeds expectations

The Great Gatsby Formal and Poker Night featured a live jazz band, mashed potato bar and a larger than expected turnout....

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Calvin names new Provost-Elect Cheryl Brandsen

Calvin’s provost search committee has recommended Cheryl Brandsen, Calvin’s current dean of social sciences and cont...

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Eastown holds community pancake breakfast

The Eastown Community Association (ECA) will hold its second annual meeting and community pancake breakfast on Saturday,...

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Calvin kicks off second semester with Regathering

Students and faculty gathered for a time of worship and testimony in the Covenant Fine Arts Center on Wednesday morning ...

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Board of trustees passes strategic plan

At their January meeting, the board of trustees passed the strategic plan, a document outlining Calvin’s five year mis...

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Faculty senate OKs strategic plan, sends to board of trustees

Faculty senate overwhelmingly approved a new strategic plan early Monday night, 41-2, leaving approval from the board of...

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Curriculum center for education majors recommended to be closed

The stand-alone curriculum center will be retired by next fall if recent prioritization recommendations are passed by th...

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Rental fees in Knollcrest East apartments to become more expensive

The cost of living in the Knollcrest East apartments (KE) will rise by $250 per resident per year starting next year, ac...