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Hope College maintained its lead in the 2014-15 Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association Commissioner’s Cup all-sports standings after the winter season.

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Dr. Joanne Stewart of the Hope College chemistry faculty has co-authored two articles focused on chemistry education that were selected for the ACS Editors’ Choice program of the American Chemical Society, receiving twice in a row recognition earned by fewer than one percent of ACS-published articles each year.

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The 2015 Hope College Dance Marathon raised $182,187.30, a fundraising record for the annual on-campus event. Dance Marathon has raised nearly $1.5 million since it began in 2000.

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Hope College, in partnership with five other schools, has been awarded $335,000 from the Teagle Foundation to design and teach hybrid courses, an approach to online learning designed to combine the best of classroom teaching and digital technology.

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Dr. Elaine Jekel of Holland, a retired member of the chemistry faculty who played a central role in a long-running Hope program for high school chemistry teachers, died on Thursday, March 5.

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The Hope College Chapel Choir and Symphonette Strings will bring their music to communities in several states during spring break.

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Dr. Susanna Childress, assistant professor of English at Hope College, has had work selected for inclusion in “The Best American Poetry 2015.”

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A partnership with two area high schools to provide local students with hands-on, real-life science lessons by studying air quality in the area is among several Hope College projects to receive grants from the Michigan Space Grant Consortium (MSGC) in February.

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