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Articles by Sierra Savela

Sierra Savela

Sierra Savela is a Chimes guest writer for the 2012-13 school year.

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Wes Anderson’s ‘Grand Budapest Hotel’ is one of his best

Come enter the whimsical world of Wes Anderson. It is colorful, quirky and leaves a delicious taste in your mouth. The s...

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ABC’s ‘Resurrection’ explores themes of faith

Imagine losing a loved one, grieving their death, eventually finding peace and moving on. But what if that loved one cam...

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Actor Philip Seymour Hoffman dies at 46

Famed and highly acclaimed actor Philip Seymour Hoffman was found dead in his apartment earlier this month. He was 46. A...

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Spike Jonze’s ‘Her’ is odd, but beautiful

In the not-so-distant future, operating systems have the ability to learn and grow from their own experiences. They beco...

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Amy Poehler and Tina Fey host 71st annual Golden Globe Awards

It’s the one giant award show that celebrates the very best in both television and film, where the people who make the...

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Crisis and intervention team assembled to help students

What do we do when we’re worried about a fellow student? Maybe he or she has shown signs of depression, has stopped go...

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Calvin gives student organization $1 million to invest

It’s the age-old question: what would you do with a million dollars? Maybe you would travel the world or buy a jet pac...

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‘Almost Human’ is almost worth watching

These days, it seems like all the cable channels have the good dramas while the commercial networks are constantly broad...

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Calvin Theatre Company’s fall play boasts magnificent cast and design

It is 1895 and London’s high society is gossiping and participating in political life. But when secrets are revealed a...

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City farmers bring fresh produce to the city

The brisk autumn breeze sends dry, crackling leaves through the rows of produce. The leaves make their way through the r...