Hope College News

2018 Mar

  1. 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*
  2. Working and Thriving in Washington, D.C.

    Posted by Eva Dean Folkert

    Four Hope students on the Washington, D.C. Honors Semester recently talked with “Stories of Hope” about their experiences living and thriving in the nation’s capitol.

    Working and Thriving in Washington, D.C.

2018 Feb

  1. Another Semester, Another Campus

    Posted by Micaela Wells

    My morning began with a beautiful hike through the tropical dry forest here in Palo Verde National Park, Costa Rica. It’s surprising how quickly that became a normal part of my routine; between the nature walk lectures, the field research, and the insect identification assignments that force you far afield in the name of homework, … Continue reading Another Semester, Another Campus

    Another Semester, Another Campus
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