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Hope College golfers Britni Gielow and Nicole Meyer share a similar drive for excellence on and off the course. The pair has been selected as 2014-15 Women’s Golf Coaches Association All-American Scholars.

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A life-long dream of professionally performing music and touring has become reality for Eve Panning ’15, who has been selected to join the prestigious string group Barrage

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A major gift to Hope College by California residents David Kamansky and Gerald Wheaton has poised the college’s new Kruizenga Art Museum to serve as a resource for Asian art unequaled elsewhere in the region when it opens in September.

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The Hope College women’s and men’s swimming & diving teams have been named to a record group of College Swimming Coaches Association of America Scholar All-America Team

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Hope College is participating in a new statewide initiative to monitor the presence of E. coli at Michigan’s beaches using a faster way of testing water samples.

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Directed by Hope College retiree and HSRT Founding Artistic Director John Tammi, the stage adaptation of Harper Lee’s classic American novel, “To Kill a Mockingbird,” comes to HSRT for the very first time. This production couldn’t be more timely, with the release of the novel’s sequel, “Go Set a Watchman,” set for July 14.

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The materials with which Dr. Mary (Beth) Anderson’s research team works are too small to see, but the Hope College chemistry professor sees a big future for them.

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Hope College received an honorable mention in the article “The 10 Best Dance Colleges in the Country” by OnStageBlog.com. Hope is one of only seven colleges and universities with honorable mention.

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