Hope College News

2017 Jun

  1. Emeritus Chemistry Professor Irwin Brink Dies

    Dr. Irwin J. Brink, a professor emeritus of chemistry who had taught at Hope College for nearly 40 years, died on Friday, June 23, at age 86.

    Emeritus Chemistry Professor Irwin Brink Dies
  2. What to Expect for First Year Advising

    Posted by Grace Glagola

    Freshman advising is an incredibly laid back experience. The process depends on whether you declare a major your first year. Not sure on your major yet? If you don’t declare a major your first year, your advisor won’t change. Your First Year Seminar professor will be your advisor until you declare your major. There’s no … Continue reading What to Expect for First Year Advising

    What to Expect for First Year Advising
  3. Dr. Lindsey Root Luna
    Assistant Professor of Psychology

    Dr. Lindsey Root Luna

    Lindsey Root Luna Receives Psi Chi Regional Advisor Award

    Dr. Lindsey Root Luna of the Hope College psychology faculty has received the Regional Faculty Advisor Award for the Midwestern Region of Psi Chi – The International Honor Society in Psychology.

    Lindsey Root Luna Receives Psi Chi Regional Advisor Award
  4. Living Sustainably: Students make their own discoveries with air monitors

    Holland Sentinel

    Students are naturally curious about the world around them. Simple and compact air quality monitors developed by resident Don Triezenberg are doing just that through a program managed by ExploreHope.

    Living Sustainably: Students make their own discoveries with air monitors

2017 May

  1. Popular Science Camps for K-12 Students Mark 20th Anniversary

    The 20th anniversary season of the popular summer science camp program at Hope College will feature more than 50 week-long camps for approximately 900 K-12 students between mid-June and the end of July.

    Popular Science Camps for K-12 Students Mark 20th Anniversary
  2. Hope Alums Help Hope Students Race To Zero

    Posted by Eva Dean Folkert

    Together, five Hope-ites — two alums and three soon-to-be alums — were making known the quality of Hope’s engineering program on a national stage at the Race to Zero Student Design Competition sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy.

    Hope Alums Help Hope Students Race To Zero
  3. Some Words For The Summer

    Posted by Raquel Niles

    A Flight for Time By Dana Lamers VanderLugt A friend once told me that if you really want to do something, first write down all the good excuses you’ve got not to do it. When it comes to writing, I’ve got a few: ● All the words have been said. ● I don’t have the … Continue reading Some Words For The Summer

    Some Words For The Summer
  4. Students Honored At Annual Ceremony

    Awards and recognitions were presented to Hope College students during the annual Honors Convocation at Dimnent Memorial Chapel on Thursday, April 27, 2017

    Students Honored At Annual Ceremony
  5. Spring 2017 Dean's List Announced

    The Registrar’s Office is pleased to announce Dean’s List recipients for the fall semester. The Dean’s List is awarded to full-time, degree-seeking students who have received grades for all courses in a given semester (no incompletes) and have a semester GPA of 3.50 or above. Hope College Registrar’s Office considers this a significant achievement.

    Spring 2017 Dean's List Announced
  6. The End!

    Posted by Caylee Schweppe

    And just like that my semester abroad is coming to a close. In nine days I’ll be sitting in my house in Geneva, Illinois with my family who I haven’t seen for four and a half months. The best word to describe how I’m feeling at this point is content. I’m happy in Ecuador and … Continue reading The End!

    The End!
  7. The Mother of All Holidays

    Posted by Eva Dean Folkert

    President Woodrow Wilson proclaimed it a national holiday in 1914, and it didn’t take long thereafter for Hallmark Cards to make it a national celebration. Today, Mother’s Day is the third-leading retail holiday in the country, according to the National Retail Federation. Consumers will spend close to $24 billion on flowers, cards, jewelry and other bric-a-brac … Continue reading The Mother of All Holidays

    The Mother of All Holidays
  8. Graduating Seniors and Recent Graduates Initiated into Phi Beta Kappa

    A total of 74 of Hope College’s graduating seniors and recent graduates were initiated into the Zeta of Michigan chapter of Phi Beta Kappa, the nation’s oldest scholastic honorary society, on Sunday, April 23, in Winants Auditorium of Graves Hall.

    Graduating Seniors and Recent Graduates Initiated into Phi Beta Kappa
  9. Book by James Herrick Explores the Rhetoric of Transhumanism

    As technology’s ability to modify human beings on an individual and fundamental level increases, Dr. James Herrick of the Hope College communication faculty hopes to provide help in understanding not just the concepts but the implications of the way they’re described.

    Book by James Herrick Explores the Rhetoric of Transhumanism
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