Hope College News

2021 Dec

2021 Nov

  1. Arts

    Hope Visiting Jazz Artist Hosting Christmas Jazz on Dec. 8

    Hope College jazz faculty visiting artist Stafford Hunter will host “Christmas Jazz and Cocoa,” his third concert of the school year, on Wednesday, Dec. 8, at 7:30 p.m. in the Great Room of the Jim and Martie Bultman Student Center.

  2. Campus Life

    Images Photo Gallery

    A celebration of cultures from around the world took place during Hope College’s “IMAGES: A Reflection of Cultures” showcase on Nov. 13. The international showcase featured an array of skits, dance, song and other clips of culture and language. More than 60 students from several different countries participated.

  3. Academics

    ExploreHope Summer Camps Receive National Accreditation

    The popular ExploreHope Summer Camps at Hope College for children have achieved accreditation from the American Camp Association, providing external recognition of the engaging hands-on science experiences that area K-12 students have enjoyed for a quarter century.

  4. Academics

    Translation of Letters and Poems Wins International Award

    Hope College faculty members Dr. Anne R. Larsen and Dr. Steve Maiullo have received international recognition for their 2021 book “Anna Maria van Schurman: Letters and Poems to and from Her Mentor and Other Members of Her Circle,” released in September by Iter Academic Press (Toronto) in the influential series “The Other Voice in Early Modern Europe.” The book has been awarded the annual Scholarly Edition in Translation Award from the Society for the Study of Early Modern Women and Gender (SSEMWG).

  5. Arts

    De Pree Gallery Featuring Two Exhibitions Nov. 22-Dec. 9

    The De Pree Art Center and Gallery at Hope College will close its fall season with two exhibitions running Monday, Nov. 22, through Thursday, Dec. 9: the “Juried Student Show” and “Constructed Mysteries: Spirituality and Creative Practice.”

  6. Academics

    Third Film Released in Series about Peace Activist A.J. Muste

    “A. J. Muste: Radical for Peace/Welcoming the New Left,” the third — but not final — film in the series about the life of 1905 Hope College graduate A. J. Muste is now available for public viewing at radicalforpeace.org

  7. Academics

    Emeritus Business Administration Professor Tony Muiderman Dies

    Tony Muiderman, a professor emeritus of business administration at Hope College who led development of the college’s George F. Baker Scholars Program and advised the group for more than three decades, died on Thursday, Nov. 4, 2021. He was 94.

  8. Arts

    Hope College Knickerbocker Theatre Features Maureen O’Hara Films

    Hope College’s Knickerbocker Theatre will feature the award-winning actress Maureen O’Hara in its One Night Only series on Monday nights that focuses on classic films. The series will open with O’Hara’s breakout performance in “The Hunchback of Notre Dame” on Nov. 15, continue with “How Green Was My Valley” on Nov. 29 and “The Quiet Man” on Dec. 6, and end with the Christmas classic “Miracle on 34th Street” on Dec. 13. All shows begin at 7:30 p.m.

  9. Campus Life

    Hope-Western Prison Education Program Receives Accreditor Approval

    The Hope-Western Prison Education Program operated by Hope College and Western Theological Seminary to provide a Christian liberal arts education to incarcerated men at Muskegon Correctional Facility has received approval from the Higher Learning Commission.

  10. Arts

    Wind Ensemble to Perform on Nov. 12

    The Hope College Wind Ensemble will perform in concert on Friday, Nov. 12, at 7:30 p.m. in the Concert Hall of the Jack H. Miller Center for Musical Arts.

  11. Academics

    Poetry Book “Mobius Trip” by David James Published

    Like the geometric phenomenon that inspired its name, the new poetry book “Mobius Trip” by David James of the Hope College, writing as D.R. James, blends seemingly simple form with complex dimensionality.

  12. Campus Life

    Nykerk 2021 Photo Gallery

    The Odd Year Class of 2025 won the 2021 Nykerk competition. One of Hope College's longest-running traditions, freshmen and sophomore women compete in three different arenas: song, play and oration. Junior and senior coaches arrange the music, write the plays and guide the orators as they craft seven-minute monologues.

  13. Arts

    Tickets for Christmas Vespers Sold Beginning Nov. 15

    Tickets for the popular annual Hope College Christmas Vespers services, a, 81-year tradition, will be sold to the public beginning on Monday, Nov. 15, at the Events and Conferences Office in the Anderson-Werkman Financial Center.

  14. Campus Life

    “IMAGES: A Reflection of Cultures” Will Be Nov. 13

    A celebration of cultures from around the world will be take place during Hope College’s “IMAGES: A Reflection of Cultures” showcase on Saturday, Nov. 13, at 7 p.m. at the Knickerbocker Theatre.

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