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  • Hope College received an honorable mention in the article “The 10 Best Dance Colleges in the Country” by OnStageBlog.com. Hope is one of only seven colleges and universities with honorable mention.

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Patrice Rankine, who is the dean for the arts and humanities and a professor of Classics at Hope College, is among the four editors of “The Oxford Handbook of Greek Drama in the Americas,” the first such collection ever produced on the topic.

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The largest graduating class in the college’s history, totaling 766 seniors, participated in the 2015 Commencement ceremony, held on Sunday, May 3, at Ray and Sue Smith Stadium.

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Dr. Graham Peaslee of the Hope College chemistry faculty has received a second major grant from the U.S. Department of Energy to create a system for doing some recycling at the atomic level.

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Three recent Hope College graduates have received recognition through the Fulbright U.S. Student Program sponsored by the U.S. Department of State.

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Dr. Graham Peaslee of the Hope College faculty is among the co-authors of the “Madrid Statement,” an expression of concern signed by more than 200 scientists from 38 countries regarding a class of chemicals that appear in consumer products ranging from water-proof clothing and food packaging, to stain-resistant carpet, to non-stick pans.

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The city of Holland’s oldest Christian Reformed Church congregation is chronicled in the book “Faithful Witness: A Sesquicentennial History of Central Avenue Christian Reformed Church, Holland, Michigan, 1865-2015.”

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Dr. Jason G. Gillmore of the Hope College chemistry faculty has been named recipient of the college’s 16th annual “Vanderbush-Weller Award” for strong, positive impact on students.

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A collaborative faculty-student research project led by Kyle Morrison of the Hope College kinesiology faculty has won the college’s sixth annual “Social Sciences Young Investigators Award.”

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