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Commons delivers vegan dessert options

The newly-renovated Commons has been received with mixed reviews, but I’m not here to talk about the seating or pizza oven. The most surprising and unexpected addition is the daily appearance of vegan desserts. Full disclosure: […]

Todd Dornbos on the center for student success

Last week, Chimes published an article that addressed the new center for student success. Previously known as academic services, the new center is branching out to cover more areas where students may need assistance. No longer […]

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Post Family Farms excites again

Fall at Calvin has long been commemorated by a nightly celebration of doughnuts, cider, hayrides, a corn maze, goats and...

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Cameroonian pastor questions prosperity gospel

Dr. Epiemembong “Louis” Ebong, a pastor from Yaoundé, Cameroon, has been studying at Calvin for two months, develop...

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Food Day event celebrates autumn harvest

Food Day Event Celebrates Autumn Harvest By Brianna Buuscher (Guest) What do autumn leaves, a culinary student, the Chri...

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Academic services re-launches as center for student success

In the past, academic services at Calvin College has delivered helpful services to the student body such as the tutoring...

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Student org spotlight: Cave Cafe

The Cave Cafe is more than just a stage in the corner of the Fish House. The venue provides students with the opportunit...

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Houdini’s Invisible Bald Aardvarks canoe to victory

No shipbuilder in their right mind would ever construct a canoe out of cardboard. And no professional rower would ever a...

Political science department hosts foreign policy panel

The political science department and the Noontime Series co-sponsored a panel Oct. 13 about foreign policy, featuring Calvin College political science professors Joel Westra and Becca McBride, as well as Todd Huizenga, a senior fellow at […]

Student org spotlight: Geo Club

What do you do if you walk through Cokes and Clubs and are not interested in any of the student organizations? Instead of not becoming involved, Daniel Blakemore, senior geology major, decided to create a new […]