Hope College News

2021 Oct

  1. Campus Life

    Forum on Local Governance to Feature Holland Mayor Nathan Bocks

    The Vox Populi student organization of Hope College and the League of Women Voters of The Holland Area will host a forum on local governance with Holland Mayor Nathan Bocks on Thursday, Oct. 28, at 7:30 p.m. at the college in the Concert Hall of the Jack H. Miller Center for Musical Arts.

  2. Academics

    Kick-Off for NEA Big Read Lakeshore and Little Read Lakeshore Is Oct. 25

    A virtual presentation by U.S. Poet Laureate Joy Harjo on Monday, Oct. 25, at 7 p.m. will formally launch a month’s worth of online and in-person events scheduled for this year’s NEA Big Read Lakeshore and Little Read Lakeshore as the programs provide a community-wide opportunity to explore Native American history and culture.

  3. Academics

    July Graduates With Honors

    Below is a list of recent Hope College graduates who have been awarded graduation honors for outstanding academic accomplishment during their four years of study.

  4. Academics

    Gentile Lectureship Series to Focus on Freshwater Plastic Pollution

    Research scientist Dr. Sherri “Sam” Mason, who is sustainability coordinator at Penn State Behrend, will present “The Perils of Plastic Pollution” on Thursday, Oct. 21, at 6:30 p.m. at Hope College in the classroom of the Hope Academy of Senior Professionals (HASP) on the main floor of the Anderson-Werkman Financial Center.

  5. Campus Life

    The Pull Photo Gallery: Even Year Wins

    The Hope College Pull tug-of-war returned after a one-year hiatus, and took place on Saturday, Oct. 2, at 3 p.m. along the south side of 11th Street between Lincoln and Fairbanks avenues.

2021 Sep

  1. Academics

    Hope Student Attending International Forum on Democracy

    Hope College senior Mary Kamara-Hagemeyer of Holland is among a select number of students attending the Athens Democracy Forum, an international event whose participants include multiple current and former senior government officials from around the world, NGO (non-governmental organization) and business executives, and leading journalists with the New York Times.

  2. Campus Life

    Pull Tug-of-War to Be Held on Saturday, Oct. 2

    The venerable Hope College Pull tug-of-war is returning after a one-year hiatus, and will take place on Saturday, Oct. 2, at 3 p.m. along the south side of 11th Street between Lincoln and Fairbanks avenues.

  3. Academics

    Danforth Lecture to Consider Links Between Sin, Racism and Perception

    Theologian Dr. Sarah Coakley, who is retired from the Cambridge University faculty and currently holds appointments with St Andrews University and Australian Catholic University, will present the address “Sin, Racism and Perception: Is There a Cure for Spiritual Blindness in a Racist Environment?” as the 2021-22 Danforth Lecture at Hope College on Tuesday, Oct. 5, at 7 p.m. via Zoom.

  4. Athletics

    Jim Heeringa Athletic Center Dedication Photos

    The Jim Heeringa Athletic Center held its dedication on Saturday, Sept 18, 2021. The 10,000-square-foot facility serves the Hope football, softball, and baseball teams. It is located in the north end zone of Ray and Sue Smith Stadium.

  5. Arts

    Hope College Choirs to Perform in Pine Grove on Oct. 1

    The Hope College Chapel Choir, College Chorus, and SPERA choirs will present the program “Together Again: Songs of Belonging and Becoming” during an outdoor concert on Friday, Oct. 1, at 6 p.m. in the Pine Grove in the central campus. Bring a chair, blanket and sweater to enjoy this evening of songs that explore the significance of belonging and the journey of becoming.

  6. Campus Life

    Time To Serve Photo Gallery

    Some 200 Hope College students participated in service projects throughout the area through the college’s “Time to Serve” program on Saturday, Sept. 11.

  7. Academics

    Ernest Cole of English Faculty to Present Lecture on Post-Colonialism

    Dr. Ernest Cole of the Hope College English faculty will present the lecture “Negotiating the In-Between: Colonial Education, Spatial Geographies, and the Postcolonial Body in Transition” on Thursday, Sept. 23, at 3 p.m. in the Fried-Hemenway Auditorium of the Martha Miller Center for Global Communication.

  8. Academics

    Captioning for All

    Inside Higher Ed

    David Myers on the additional benefits that captioning offers during online classes and Zoom meetings.

  9. Arts

    Fall Film Series at the Knickerbocker Theatre Begins Sept. 27

    The Hope College Knickerbocker Fall Film Series will continue the college’s long tradition of showing current independent and international films. The series will show four films, each for a week-long run, beginning with “Rita Moreno: Just a Girl Who Decided to Go for It” on Sept. 27-Oct. 2; “Falling for Figaro” on Oct. 11-16; “Minari” on Oct. 25-30; and “The Wife of a Spy” on Nov. 1-6.

  10. Academics

    Lecture to Consider “Can Your Interests Combat Self-Interest?”

    Political theorist Dr. Brianne Wolf of the Michigan State University faculty will consider how to create a less fragmented and more civil society through the lecture “Can Your Interests Combat Self-Interest? Adam Smith on Good Taste, Moral Judgment, and Interpersonal Connection” on Monday, Sept. 20, at 7 p.m. at Hope College in Winants Auditorium of Graves Hall.

  11. Arts

    Organist Nicole Keller to Perform on Sept. 20

    The Donia Organ Concert series at Hope College will feature Nicole Keller on Monday, Sept. 20, at 7:30 p.m. in the Concert Hall of the Jack H. Miller Center for Musical Arts.

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