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 […]

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 […]

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Summer Scholars Reveal Plans for Projects

The Chimes reached out to this year’s upcoming Summer Scholars to get a glimpse at what projects these students will be working on while school is out.   Nicky Gutierrez […]

Where is Cap Cupboard now?

Since its launch last semester, Cap Cupboard has grown to be a valuable resource on campus. Cap Cupboard has begun to accept items other than food, including hygiene products, toiletry […]

Capital goes NPR with new podcast CapChat

The university has started to stray away from the typical flyers and postcards toward a new type of advertising. CapChat is a podcast/video mash-up that was created with the purpose […]

Relay for Life walks into Capital

One out of three people in the United States is diagnosed with cancer sometime during their life. Cancer steals lives and devastates families each day; chances are, most students can […]