Articles by Lauren De Haan

Lauren De Haan

Lauren De Haan is Chimes Editor in Chief for the 2014-15 school year.

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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...

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Ghana semester faces changes

Calvin’s semester in Ghana is likely to change following a push by the University of Ghana to standardize all internat...

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Eastern Orthodox students find academic freedom at Calvin

Converts to Eastern Orthodoxy at Calvin say their transition to Orthodoxy has been well received by Calvin’s academic ...

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Future of Grand Rapids parks on Nov. 5 ballot

On the Nov. 5 ballot, Grand Rapids voters will vote on a seven-year millage that would raise taxes by 0.98 mills (a unit...

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Aquinas and GRCC sign agreement to make transfer credits easier

Aquinas College and Grand Rapids Community College (GRCC) signed an articulation agreement that will allow faculty from ...

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Faculty members cast doubt on draft for new core

Professors from the English, philosophy and religion departments say the new core draft does not make a good enough case...

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GVSU to reinstall ‘wrecking ball’ sculpture

Grand Valley’s notorious “wrecking ball” sculpture that was removed after students rode it nude to parody Miley Cy...

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Second student representative added to core committee

Faculty senate added a second student representative to the core curriculum committee for a two-year trial period Monday...

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Le Roy to hold student panel on provost search

A student panel will be consulted at the end of the search process for a new provost, President Le Roy told Chimes Monda...

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Rough draft of new core would cut course load by one-third

Calling the current core “unsustainable” and “too large,” a rough draft for a new core curriculum would cut the ...