The power of ‘sorry’: How apologies saved my year
Heather Leith takes a look back at her year as editor-in-chief, and shares the one word that has defined and shaped her experience.
Making people uncomfortable: The role of an opinions section
Conrad Frommelt, Opinions Editor for The Chimes, shares his hopes for the Opinions section to be a safe place for discussion and the pursuit of truth.
Good Chimes: a new editor-in-chief’s thoughts, wishes and schemes
Anna Frost, editor-in-chief for the Chimes, shares her journey and her vision for the upcoming year.
Senior reflections from the Chimes staff
The graduating seniors of this year's staff reflect on their time at Biola.
God loves your body and so should you
Rachel Thompson encourages readers to ignore the pressures of the media and to embrace their bodies as God does.
Why I am not a Calvinist
Nate Lauffer argues against what he believes to be the illogical conclusions of Calvinism.
Why I am not an Arminian
Aaron Fooks shares why he chooses Calvinism over Arminianism.