Hope College News

2018 May

  1. Jacob Nyenhuis Honored through Book of Tributes and Reflections

    Dr. Jacob (Jack) E. Nyenhuis, whose career in teaching and administration at Hope College has spanned more than four decades, has been honored with a book celebrating his career, character and impact.

    Jacob Nyenhuis Honored through Book of Tributes and Reflections

2018 Mar

  1. Sander de Haan: Multi-Lingual, Multi-Talented

    Dr. Sander de Haan is not a man who can be easily pinned down, even though he’s remained in one spot for 39 years. His willingness and ability to serve, to fill a need, to lead a cause, to be a steadfast hand on whatever wheel — these talents have actually made him elusive of a singular descriptor or solitary title for almost four decades at Hope and, actually, for his entire life.

    Sander de Haan: Multi-Lingual, Multi-Talented
  2. Visiting the Sahara*

    Posted by Alley LoPrete

    Last weekend we all packed a bag, piled into the bus and drove 4.5 hours to the desert (plus a couple of pit stops for juice and a bathroom). At a gas station just on the edge of where the desert began we switched into four-wheeled vehicles and went off through the dunes, past some … Continue reading Visiting the Sahara*

    Visiting the Sahara*
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