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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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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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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...

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Editorial: ‘On Relatability’

Here at Chimes, we spend significant amounts of time thinking about stories you, as readers, will find valuable. We care...

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Editorial: Life as a “multi-tasker”

In my advanced oral rhetoric class, a student boldly stood up in front of the class and listed his two pet peeves: dirty...

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Editorial: Home is a physical location

Until last September, I had never had my own room. Well, that’s not entirely true. When I was 10, I lived on the landi...

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Editorial: Olympics a celebration

The Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia this year were, as always, preceded and accompanied by critical commentary on the i...

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Following God is costly

This past summer I worked as a youth ministry intern at my home church, a job that included sharing the teaching respons...

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Saying goodbye: Editor-in-Chief Ryan Struyk and Managing Editor Jess Koster have their final words

Ryan Struyk was the editor in chief of Chimes for the fall 2013 semester and the online editor for the 2012-13 school ye...