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2018 Jun

2018 May

  1. Annual Golf Outing Is June 11

    The annual Hope College golf outing, the “Bob DeYoung Hope Classic,” will be held on Monday, June 11, at Ravines Golf Club in Saugatuck.

    Annual Golf Outing Is June 11
  2. Designers To Watch Out For In 2018: John Praveen Ganta

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    One only has to catch a glimpse of John Praveen Ganta’s work to know that it is entrenched in magical realism. Pursuing his bachelor’s degree at Hope College opened John up to a range of subjects ranging from philosophy and psychology to music and fine arts.

    Designers To Watch Out For In 2018: John Praveen Ganta
  3. “I’ll Always Be a Student Forever”

    Sherman LaBarge started his Hope College education back in 2009, with an English grammar class taught by Dr. Rhoda Burton. It was hard but it went well, so the next semester he followed it up with a writing class, then later a literature class, then onto a religion class.

    “I’ll Always Be a Student Forever”
  4. Commencement 2018 Media Gallery

    Hope College’s 153rd Commencement, celebrating the graduating Class of 2018, was held on Sunday, May 6, at Ray and Sue Smith Stadium.

    Commencement 2018 Media Gallery
  5. A Tradition of Travel Gets a Boost

    Posted by Scott Travis

    Hope College began hosting educational tours for alumni and friends in the 1960s. The integration of learning with Hope faculty and the opportunity to connect with friends from the Hope community have always set these programs apart. Over the past few years we have had increasing momentum for lifelong learning and travel. After two recent sell-out trips … Continue reading A Tradition of Travel Gets a Boost

    A Tradition of Travel Gets a Boost
  6. Text of 2018 Baccalaureate Sermon

    Text of the 2018 Hope College Baccalaureate sermon, delivered by Dr. Gerald Griffin, assistant professor of psychology and biology.

    Text of 2018 Baccalaureate Sermon
  7. Hope Graduates Encouraged to Live with Purpose

    As she delivered her Commencement address to Hope College’s graduating Class of 2018 on Sunday, May 6, Dr. Temple Smith explained that she had considered a variety of approaches for framing her remarks.

    Hope Graduates Encouraged to Live with Purpose
  8. What Comes Next? A Snapshot of Life After Hope

    Posted by Scott Travis

    On Sunday, May 6, nearly 700 members of the Hope College Class of 2018 will walk across the stage at Commencement and begin the “lives of leadership and service” the mission of their alma mater beckons them to. But what exactly does this look like? Where do all these graduates go? What do they do? Anecdotally, we know that Hope … Continue reading What Comes Next? A Snapshot of Life After Hope

    What Comes Next? A Snapshot of Life After Hope
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