Opinion: Crusader connotations have changed

As defined by Merriam and Webster, a crusader is someone “who makes an impassioned and sustained effort to bring about social or political change,” and it is definitely one of […]

Four years of memories for seniors

The Chimes asked seniors about their favorite memories from their time at Capital, the responses are below. Spencer Delk  “My fraternity, Alpha Sigma Phi, did a fundraiser for my mom […]

Women’s Lacrosse attacks conference play

The spring sports season is nearing its peak, but women’s lacrosse is far from finished. They are currently sporting a 6-4 record and have won three games straight. The team […]

Student offended by campus-famous dog’s butt

More and more of Capital University is becoming aware of the semi-famous “window doggo” that lives on the first floor of Cotterman Hall; however, one disgruntled student has reason to […]

Cross country learns to toughen up and fight

The upcoming cross country season will undoubtedly be an important one in the history of the program, as radical changes are underway. This season, head coach Hanna Eastbrook says that […]

Cotterman’s ‘Window Doggo’ gains fame

Plenty of students on campus have pets, but they’re not all as iconic as Butter. Butter is a corgi/golden retriever mix that can often be seen lounging in the window […]