Articles by Sierra Savela

Sierra Savela

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

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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...

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‘Elysium’ wastes an intriguing premise

What happens when the number of humans on earth exceeds the amount that can actually fit on the planet? What will we do ...

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‘American Horror Story: Coven’ is fantastic and horrific

It’s safe to say that the series “American Horror Story: Coven” lives up to its name. Undeniably horrific to watch...

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New website created for Calvin students to buy and sell textbooks

Ready to change the face of textbook buying at Calvin College, Joustforbooks.com launched at the end of last month, spec...

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Joss Whedon brings Shakespeare to the big screen

“Much Ado About Nothing” is a quick-witted, low budget, independent film based on Shakespeare’s classic comedy. Di...

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City votes against building new Starbucks

It looks like the sweet scent of brewing coffee will not be replacing the uninhabited gray apartments on Medical Mile. L...

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Violent ‘Django Unchained’ worth watching

“Django Unchained” is exactly what you would expect from a Quentin Tarantino film: violent and well done. The film i...

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Sexual wholeness and healing groups continue on campus

Chaplain Aminah Bradford started a women’s group this fall focusing on finding sexual wholeness. Bradford has led this...

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Kishi Bashi returns to Calvin better than ever

His music takes you to another world. The songs are layered with the harmonious sounds of merely a violin and his voice....

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“Breaking Bad” and “Modern Family” take home top Emmy honors

This year’s show was hosted by “How I Met Your Mother’s” Neil Patrick Harris, who started off the night by attem...