Hope College News

2020 Nov

  1. Arts

    Christmas Vespers Photo Gallery

    This year’s Christmas Vespers service at Hope College has been prerecorded and will be shown online beginning on Saturday, Dec. 5, at 7:30 p.m.

  2. Arts

    Prerecorded Christmas Vespers to Be Shown Online Beginning Dec. 5

    This year’s Christmas Vespers service at Hope College has been prerecorded and will be shown online beginning on Saturday, Dec. 5, at 7:30 p.m. It is an adjustment born of necessity that has also enabled the organizers to blend beloved elements from the traditional event with some new additions.

  3. Academics

    Book on Grandmother Spotlights Impact of Unsung Lives

    The latest book by Kent Van Til of the Hope College religion faculty has a very direct personal dimension — it focuses on his grandmother — but it’s the larger, universal story she represents that he finds most compelling.

  4. Campus Life

    Dr. Gordon Van Wylen Photo Gallery

    Dr. Gordon Van Wylen of Holland, who served as Hope College’s ninth president from 1972 until retiring in 1987 and was also actively involved in the Holland community both during and following his time at Hope, died on Thursday, Nov. 5, after a determined fight with COVID-19. He was 100.

  5. Campus Life

    Former Hope College President Gordon Van Wylen Dies

    Dr. Gordon Van Wylen of Holland, who served as Hope College’s ninth president from 1972 until retiring in 1987 and was also actively involved in the Holland community both during and following his time at Hope, died on Thursday, Nov. 5, after a determined fight with COVID-19. He was 100.

  6. Campus Life

    Hope Receives State Grant for COVID-19 Wastewater Testing Program

    The ongoing COVID-19 wastewater testing program at Hope College that began in August has received a grant from Michigan’s Department of Environment, Great Lakes and Energy (EGLE) as part of the state’s effort to establish a standardized and coordinated network of monitoring systems to provide an early-warning system for the presence of the virus.

2020 Oct

  1. Campus Life

    Center for Diversity and Inclusion Dedication Photo Gallery

    CDI held a prayer dedication for the campus community on Thursday, Oct. 29. The center and student groups will be moving in late November to the Keppel House on 10th Street between College and Columbia avenues after being based in the Jim and Martie Bultman Student Center since it opened in 2017.

  2. Campus Life

    Retired Religion Professor Robert J. Palma Dies

    Dr. Robert J. Palma of Holland, Michigan, a professor emeritus of religion who retired in 1994 after teaching at Hope for 28 years, died on Saturday, Oct. 17, 2020. He was 86.

  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

    Corporate Tax Rate Report

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    Herb Martin, Associate Professor Emeritus of Accounting, discusses the country's current corporate tax system.

  5. Academics

    Research Students Met Future Nobel Laureate

    Hope students not only participate in collaborative research with faculty mentors, but often attend — and make presentations at — national and international conferences that provide a chance to engage with professionals from around the world. Sometimes that even means meeting a Nobel Prize winner.

  6. Academics

    Lecture and Panel to Explore Pathways to an Anti-Racist Future

    The Second Annual Green Lecture on Faith, Race and Community at Hope College will explore “To Achieve Our Country: Pathways to an Anti-Racist Future” on Thursday, Oct. 15, at 7 p.m. The event will be available for viewing via Zoom at hope.edu/green-lecture.

  7. Academics

    Two Hope Profs Among Co-Authors of New Statistics Textbooks

    Todd Swanson and Jill VanderStoep of the Hope College mathematics and statistics faculty are among the co-authors of a new intermediate statistics textbook and the new second edition of the introductory textbook that preceded it.

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