University structure update in the works

  Earlier this year, students had the opportunity to discuss a new proposed University structure with provost Dr. Jody Fournier. This new structure mainly focuses on the organization of the […]

Students, alumni reflect on documentary

The student-led documentary Capital in the Sixties has received positive responses from current students and alumni after several on and off-campus showings. Behind the camera, students from the class who […]

Before the Future Begins, There’s Grad Week

As the semester ends, graduating seniors are making plans for their lives after college. However, there is one important part left in the Capital experience: Grad Week; full of memorable […]

Theology for Everybody: Sabbath

Rev. Drew Tucker   “What does the word Sabbath mean?” Great question! To Sabbath means to take a break from life’s work, to rest, and to give thanks to […]

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 […]