Hope College News

2019 Sep

  1. Academics

    Little Read Lakeshore Activities to Begin Sept. 21

    The fall 2019 Little Read Lakeshore, organized by Hope College with community partners across west Michigan, won’t be all that little, featuring two months’ worth of activities — about 20 in total — throughout the area for young children focused around the award-winning picture-book “The Rooster Who Would Not Be Quiet!”

  2. Academics

    One Way to Make College Meaningful

    New York Times

    Hope is featured in a New York Times article by writing about a Communications student joins the Engineers Without Borders trip resulting in a collaboration that helped students find their vocation.

2019 Aug

  1. academics

    “My Summer Vacation”: English Writes Back

    Posted

    Welcome back, people of Hope, and welcome class of 2023! It has been a summer of big changes in the English Department. We’ve said a fond goodbye to retiring professors Beth Trembley and Dianne Portfleet, we’ve regretfully seen Prof. Kendra Parker and office manager Raquel Niles go off to new jobs with our good wishes, […]

  2. Academics

    Lecture to Consider “Global Flourishing and China’s Test of the West”

    The challenges and opportunities posed by China’s economic strength will be the focus of the address “Global Flourishing and China’s Test of the West” by Dr. Stephen Smith of the Hope College economics faculty on Monday, Sept. 9, at 7 p.m. in Winants Auditorium of Graves Hall.

  3. athletics

    Athletes’ Journal: Mitchel Achien’g

    Posted

    From the outside looking in at my track and field season last year, it seemed like every measure of time and distance I ran or jumped was a great success. I was the Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association indoor triple jump champion and 100m hurdles champion. I was voted the Most Valuable Indoor Field Athlete by […]

  4. academics

    Water Research for the Global Good

    Posted

    It’s World Water Week beginning Monday, August 25, and this year’s theme is “Water for Society — Including All.” Four Hope College professors have been conducting research with that theme in mind for three years now. Dr. Jonathan Peterson of the geological and environmental sciences department, Dr. Aaron Best of the biology department, and Dr. […]

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