Hope College News

2021 May

  1. Campus Life

    Jennifer Hampton Receives H.O.P.E. Award Posthumously

    Dr. Jennifer Hampton of the Hope College physics faculty, who was killed in an automobile accident in Holland on Sunday, March 14, has received this year’s Hope Outstanding Professor Educator (H.O.P.E.) Award from the graduating Class of 2021.

  2. Campus Life

    Hope Graduation Addresses Emphasize hope

    As if on cue, the thick clouds lingering from the previous night’s rain departed and the sun began to shine. It was an apt transition at the beginning of Hope College’s 11 a.m. Commencement ceremony for the graduating Class of ’21 on Sunday, May 16, a visual complement to the day’s message of hope for a brighter future — a message also embodied in the college’s motto: “Spera in Deo” (“Hope in God”).

  3. Campus Life

    Text Of 2021 Baccalaureate Address

    It's time. The final final was taken. The last sentence of your last paper is written. Your bags are packed. Plans are made. The car has gas in the tank. It’s time. Almost. All that is left for you is to hear your name, walk across the stage, and receive what you have been after these four years. All that is left is to commence.

  4. Athletics

    Three Earn All-MIAA Honors in Baseball

    Senior Evan Maday leads a trio of Hope College baseball players who have received All-Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association awards for 2021.

  5. Campus Life

    Spring Fling 2021 Photos

    Hope marked the final day of classes for the spring semester with a variety of activities in the Pine Grove.

  6. Athletics

    Men’s Lacrosse Pair Receive MIAA Weekly Honors

    Hope College attacker Michael Mann and defender Tucker Martinez have been chosen as the Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association Men’s Lacrosse Offensive and Defensive Athletes of the Week.

  7. Academics

    Hope Names Junior Corine LaFrenier a Beckman Scholar

    Hope College has named junior Corine LaFrenier of Hudsonville a 2020-21 Beckman Scholar through the college’s Beckman Scholars Program award from The Arnold and Mabel Beckman Foundation.

2021 Apr

  1. Campus Life

    Break Day Photo Gallery

    Students were invited to hang out on campus on Wednesday, April 28 for the last break day of the semester.

  2. Athletics

    Two Men’s Golfers Land on All-MIAA Teams

    A young Hope College men's golf team has a bright future ahead as freshman Will Robson is an All-MIAA First Team honoree while sophomore Jack Crawford earned an All-MIAA Second Team award.

  3. Arts

    Hope College Choral Pre-Recorded Concert to Premiere May 1

    The Department of Music at Hope College will present a pre-recorded concert titled “Sing On! Songs of Hope, Faith and Love” featuring the Chapel Choir, College Chorus, and SPERA, Saturday, May 1, at 7:30 p.m. The recording will premiere at hope.edu/live

  4. research

    Full-Circle Role Reversal

    Posted

    After two research projects on pandemics, here’s how a Hope student came to give a Hope professor a shot in the arm The look of relief and joy was quite evident on the masked face of Dr. Alyssa Cheadle, assistant professor of psychology, as she rolled up her sleeve to get her second COVID-19 vaccination […]

    The post Full-Circle Role Reversal appeared first on Keeping Hope.

  5. Academics

    Students to Present Research Via Online Celebration on April 30

    Topics ranging from Black American music, to the role of accountability in civic life, to the presence of heavy metals in catfish and perch in Lake Macatawa will be highlighted during the annual Celebration of Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity at Hope College on Friday, April 30, from 2:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.

  6. Giving

    Haworth Hotel Announces Grand Opening

    Hope College’s Haworth Hotel grand opening is scheduled for June 16, 2021. Formerly known as the Haworth Inn and Conference Center, this transformational project remodeled all conference and hotel rooms, rebuilt the lobby and created a full-service coffee shop open to students and the public. The hotel’s renovation is made possible by the college and the Haworth family and has been led by Patricia Urquiola, an award-winning designer and architect based in Milan, Italy. The Haworth Hotel is in downtown Holland, Michigan, on the campus of Hope College.

  7. Arts

    Women Design: Ray Eames’ Choral Robes

    The Henry Ford

    Choir robes designed by Charles and Ray Eames and donated by Herman Miller find their way from Hope College to The Henry Ford Museum

  8. Campus Life

    Esther K. Chae to Present “Lights, Camera, Asian American Action!”

    Award winning actor, playwright and consultant Esther K. Chae will present “Lights, Camera, Asian American Action!” virtually as the 2021 Asian Heritage Lecture at Hope College on Thursday, April 22, at 6 p.m. EDT. Chae’s address will focus on her journey as a Korean American actor and artist.

  9. Academics

    Eighteen Students to Present Research at National Conference

    A total of 18 Hope College students will be presenting their collaborative faculty-student research during this year’s National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR), being held as a virtual gathering on Monday-Wednesday, April 12-14.

  10. Campus Life

    First Mellon Community-Based Partnership at Hope College

    The first round of funding to link community organizations with Hope College faculty and students, who together will address pressing needs in Holland area, has recently been awarded to three projects through a 42-month, $800,000 grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

  11. Arts

    Hope College Collage Concert to Be Presented Online April 10

    The Department of Music at Hope College will present a collage concert on Saturday, April 10, at 7:30 p.m., with the live performance available for viewing online at hope.edu/live. The concert will feature the college’s major ensembles as well as selected student soloists and chamber ensembles.

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