Opinion & Editorial

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Mental Illness should be discussed in community

Mental health disorders at Calvin are certainly not a taboo topic, but they are an uncomfortable one. All too often, str...

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Letter to a friend

To the thoughtful individual who went through the trouble of searching out Titus 2:1, 3-5 (ESV), pasting it in a documen...

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Letter to the Editor: Whitewashing

Dear Chimes, Chimes recently printed an article that dealt with a “whitewashed” Academy Awards. In that article, I ...

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We’ve No Less Days to Sing ___________’s Praise

As old and slow as it is, it is rare to meet a Christian who does not love the song “Amazing Grace.” If you are part...

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On cynicism and magic

There is such a thing as magic. It has other names: joy, wonder, meaning, love. It’s what you feel when, on the last d...

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We are the Capitol

As many of you go into the last Hunger Games movie, it’s important to take a hard look at what entices many people the...

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What I’ve learned from my temporary experience as a vegetarian

I went vegetarian for Interim for three reasons: 1) I’m competitive and wanted my dorm to win Kilowatt, 2) I’m impul...

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Letter to the editor: False Dilemma Fallacy

Dear Chimes, Joseph Kuilema’s op-ed, “Putting racism, white supremacy and white privilege in context,”...

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Letter to the editor:Christianity does not include our sin

Dear Editor, In the Calvin Chimes article that came out on Dec. 4, 2015, it talked about being more open-minded toward g...

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Putting racism, white supremacy, and white privilege in context

On Sunday, Nov. 22, two members of our community wrote “white power” and drew a swastika in the snow on a car. Many ...