Articles by Lauren De Haan

Lauren De Haan

Lauren DeHaan is Editor in Chief for the 2014-2015 school year. She is a senior studying economics and English-writing with a Spanish minor. Lauren believes working for Chimes allows her to build relationships at Calvin by engaging the community in dialogue. She loves collecting, analyzing, and communicating information so that members of the community can understand and appreciate current issues and events at Calvin. In her four years at Chimes, Lauren has been a Staff-Writer, Local News Editor, Copy-Editor, and Online-Editor.

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Editorial: Snow Day

This past Tuesday, I woke up to two things: an email informing me classes had been cancelled due to inclement weather, a...

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Editorial: Listing of Ladies Literary Club

This past week, we reported the listing of the Ladies Literary Club (LLC). From feedback we received, we realized the im...

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Editorial: BOT demographics

Last week, Chimes ran a story about last month’s meeting of the Board of Trustees and the four new members that were a...

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Best student-friendly coffee houses in GR

The Sparrows Ericka Buitenhuis As customers slowly peruse the large selection of lidless jars covering the top of the co...

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Editorial: Sensationalism and Ebola

This week, a friend of mine from East Africa was asked whether or not he was worried about catching Ebola. This friend a...

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Editorial: Student Organization Cuts

Just as freedom of speech allows us to express our beliefs and opinions, freedom to create student organizations allows ...

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Religion and campus ministries differ in purpose

While both campus ministries and the religion department center around the teaching of God’s word, the two largely dif...

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Editorial: Constructive Conversation

Learning takes many forms. Lectures, discussions, readings and projects seem to fill the time we dedicate to learning, b...

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Retention rate for AHANA students reaches ten-year low

This year, Calvin’s retention of AHANA (Asian, Hispanic/Latino, African, and Native American) students dropped five pe...

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Editorial: Yik Yak

This past summer, I happily spent my time working at an internship in New York City. The city exposed me to many new thi...