The Chimes

Derek Fisher puts faith into action

Leslie Larson, Writer

October 27, 2009

I respect Derek Fisher from the Lakers. One reason why is that I am a huge Lakers fan. Another reason, however, is that through the midst of struggles, Fisher has always trusted God. Though Fisher left the Lakers after the 20...

Women’s soccer breaks losing streak

Mark Aguirre, Writer

October 21, 2009

After a span of four home victories last month, women’s soccer found themselves on the flipside with five losses this month. However, the Eagles defeat on Saturday‘s away game was forgotten as they fought back this week at...

Clean hands is key to staying well

Kristi Peterson, Writer

October 20, 2009

The cold is coming. Not just in the weather, but in our bodies. When the temperatures change, many people tend to get sick. The stress from homework, research papers and tests doesn’t help. Although getting sick is part of l...

Volleyball meets challenges

Jesse Kleinjan, Writer

October 14, 2009

With three straight wins and victories in four of the last five, the Biola volleyball team is putting together some of their best volleyball at just the right time despite costly injuries. After upsetting then No. 9 Point Lom...

APU keeps Eagles on the defense

Nathan Palatsky, Writer

October 14, 2009

After watching the Eagle men shut out APU 1-0 in a thriller, the women were up. APU came in undefeated in GSAC play and showed why. Azusa Pacific outshot the Eagles 15-2 and 2008 GSAC player of the year, senior Theresa Broad sc...

Simple ways to make healthy food choices

Kristi Peterson, Writer

October 13, 2009

Weight is a topic that always seems to be brought up throughout the years, whether you're trying to lose a lot of weight or you're like Regina George and want to lose only three pounds. Either way, a cranberry juice fat flush is...

Men’s soccer breaks Cougars’ curse

Chris Munekawa, Writer

October 13, 2009

Biola’s men's soccer team beat rival Azusa Pacific University in a nail-biter on Saturday afternoon at home. Fans filled the stands at Al Barbour field and watched Biola roll to its ninth win of the season. Biola is now 9-...

Eagles crash after a record soar

Chris Munekawa, Writer

October 7, 2009

The Biola men’s soccer team suffered their first loss of the season in front of nearly 600 cheering fans last Saturday. Cal State San Marcos Cougars (5-5-0) scored the golden goal in the second overtime as the the Eagles fe...

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