Hope College News

2018 Apr

  1. Nancy Kamstra and Liz Kubias to Receive Vanderbush-Weller Awards

    Kinesiology faculty member Nancy Kamstra and Residential Life staff member Liz Kubias have been named recipients of Hope College’s 19th annual “Vanderbush-Weller Awards” for strong, positive impact on students.

    Nancy Kamstra and Liz Kubias to Receive Vanderbush-Weller Awards
  2. Live Where You Learn

    Posted by Eva Dean Folkert

    By Kristyn Bochniak, Associate Dean for Residential Life and Education Picture it: You are a high school graduate ready to make “the big move” to become a college student with a college life on a college campus in college housing here at Hope. You are ready to start a new chapter where independent living and learning … Continue reading Live Where You Learn

    Live Where You Learn
  3. Hope Graduation Activities Scheduled for Sunday, May 6

    Hope College’s 153rd Commencement, celebrating the graduating Class of 2018, will be held on Sunday, May 6, at 3 p.m. at Ray and Sue Smith Stadium. Baccalaureate will be held earlier in the day, at 9:30 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. in Dimnent Memorial Chapel.

    Hope Graduation Activities Scheduled for Sunday, May 6

2018 Mar

  1. March Madness and the lengths people go to try to reduce uncertainty

    History News Network

    "The madness of March has been going on since college basketball postseason events began in the late 1930s," says Dr. Chad Carlson, associate professor of kinesiology and JV men’s basketball coach. "They are and always have been built on uncertainty."

    March Madness and the lengths people go to try to reduce uncertainty
  2. “Senior Recognition and Women of Color Celebration” Is April 11

    Testimonials by outstanding senior students reflecting on their experiences at Hope College will be featured during the Hope College Senior Recognition and Women of Color Celebration on Wednesday, April 11, at 5:30 p.m. in the Haworth Inn and Conference Center.

    “Senior Recognition and Women of Color Celebration” Is April 11
  3. ASU professor's book serves as an example of how to disagree, civilly

    ASU Now

    The new book, "Civil Dialogue on Abortion," co-authored by Dr. Jack Mulder Jr., associate professor of philosophy at Hope, and Dr. Bertha Manninen of Arizona State University serves as an example of how to disagree, civilly.

    ASU professor's book serves as an example of how to disagree, civilly
  4. Dance Marathon 2018 Photo Gallery

    The year-long Dance Marathon fundraiser culminated with a 24-hour dance-a-thon, raising $311,442.19 for the Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital.

    Dance Marathon 2018 Photo Gallery
  5. Hope students raise money for children's hospital with Dance Marathon

    WZZM13

    More than 1,000 Hope College students stayed on their feet for 24 hours for the school's annual Dance Marathon, raising a record-breaking amount for Helen DeVos Children's Hospital. Since Hope's Dance Marathon started in 2000, the event has raised more than $2 million for the hospital.

    Hope students raise money for children's hospital with Dance Marathon
  6. Author and Pastor Eugene Cho to Present Asian Heritage Education and Diversity Lecture on March 14

    Author and pastor Eugene Cho of Seattle, Washington, will present the address “Overrated: Are We More in Love with the Idea of Changing the World than Actually Changing the World?” as the 2018 Asian Heritage Education and Diversity Lecture at Hope College on Wednesday, March 14, at 7 p.m. at Hope College in the Maas Center auditorium.

    Author and Pastor Eugene Cho to Present Asian Heritage Education and Diversity Lecture on March 14
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