Events

  1. Critical Issues Symposium Fall 2016

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    Economic Inequality in a Democratic Society

    Critical Issues Symposium Fall 2016
    Date
    Critical Issues Symposium Fall 2016 All Day Event
  2. Critical Issues Symposium Keynote Address: David Phillips

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    Following Our Hearts or Our Brains in an Age of Inequality

    Critical Issues Symposium Keynote Address: David Phillips
    Date
    Location
    Jack H. Miller Center for Musical Arts
    Critical Issues Symposium Keynote Address: David Phillips 9:00 am - Jack H. Miller Center for Musical Arts
  3. Critical Issues Symposium: Economic Inequality and Holland

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    Community organizations take us from the theoretical to the practical in sharing how they address economic inequality in our community and how we can all help.

    Critical Issues Symposium: Economic Inequality and Holland
    Date
    Location
    Knickerbocker Theatre
    Critical Issues Symposium: Economic Inequality and Holland 10:15 am - Knickerbocker Theatre
  4. Critical Issues Symposium Focus Session: Stephen L.S. Smith

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    Growth, Demography, and the Recent Convergence of Global Incomes

    Critical Issues Symposium Focus Session: Stephen L.S. Smith
    Date
    Location
    VanderWerf Hall
    Critical Issues Symposium Focus Session: Stephen L.S. Smith 1:00 pm - VanderWerf Hall, 102
  5. Critical Issues Symposium Focus Session: Chad Carlson, Llena Chavis, and Kyle Morrison

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    Youth Health Disparities: Implications of Economic Inequality

    Critical Issues Symposium Focus Session: Chad Carlson, Llena Chavis, and Kyle Morrison
    Date
    Location
    Martha Miller Center for Global Communication
    Critical Issues Symposium Focus Session: Chad Carlson, Llena Chavis, and Kyle Morrison 1:00 pm - Martha Miller Center for Global Communication, Fried Hemenway Auditorium 135
  6. Critical Issues Symposium Focus Session: Chuck Collins

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    Strategies for Reversing Inequality

    Critical Issues Symposium Focus Session: Chuck Collins
    Date
    Location
    Graves Hall
    Critical Issues Symposium Focus Session: Chuck Collins 1:00 pm - Graves Hall, Winants Auditorium
  7. Critical Issues Symposium Focus Session: David Phillips

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    How Do I Respond Effectively to Inequality?

    Critical Issues Symposium Focus Session: David Phillips
    Date
    Location
    Jack H. Miller Center for Musical Arts
    Critical Issues Symposium Focus Session: David Phillips 1:00 pm - Jack H. Miller Center for Musical Arts, Concert Hall
  8. Critical Issues Symposium Focus Session: Nick Galasso

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    Inequality beyond and within Our Borders: Thinking about Inequality Globally and at Home

    Critical Issues Symposium Focus Session: Nick Galasso
    Date
    Location
    Maas Center
    Critical Issues Symposium Focus Session: Nick Galasso 1:00 pm - Maas Center, Maas Center Auditorium
  9. Critical Issues Symposium Focus Session: Shirley Stancato and Sonia Plata

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    Critical Issues Symposium Focus Session: Shirley Stancato and Sonia Plata
    Date
    Location
    Jack H. Miller Center for Musical Arts
    Critical Issues Symposium Focus Session: Shirley Stancato and Sonia Plata 1:00 pm - Jack H. Miller Center for Musical Arts, John and Dede Howard Recital Hall
  10. Critical Issues Symposium: Art

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    Temporary Services (Brett Bloom and Marc Fischer)

    Critical Issues Symposium: Art
    Date
    Location
    De Pree Art Center
    Critical Issues Symposium: Art 2:15 pm - De Pree Art Center, Cook Auditorium 141
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News

  1. Lecture to Discuss “Accept War and Terror—or Build Peace and Justice?”

    Dr. Robert C. Johansen of the University of Notre Dame will present “Accept War and Terror—or Build Peace and Justice?” on Tuesday, Oct. 4, at 7:30 p.m. in the Fried-Hemenway Auditorium of the Martha Miller Center for Global Communication through the A.J. Muste Memorial Lecture Series at Hope College.

    Lecture to Discuss “Accept War and Terror—or Build Peace and Justice?”
  2. Arts and Humanities Symposium on Sept. 30 to Consider “Am I Not Human? Racial Identities in Modern America”

    The fall Arts and Humanities Symposium at Hope College on Friday, Sept. 30, will explore “Am I Not Human? Racial Identities in Modern America,” featuring scholars from multiple institutions and disciplines who will be focusing on depictions of African Americans across the nation’s history.

    Arts and Humanities Symposium on Sept. 30 to Consider “Am I Not Human? Racial Identities in Modern America”
  3. Works by Bruce McCombs Honored

    Bruce McCombs, professor of art at Hope College, recently had two works honored through accession or award recognition.

    Works by Bruce McCombs Honored
  4. Josh Gibson Named MIAA Men’s Golfer Of The Week

    Hope College’s Josh Gibson has been chosen the Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association Men’s Golfer of the Week for competition through September 17.

    Josh Gibson Named MIAA Men’s Golfer Of The Week

Hope College by the Numbers

  • 1866Year of College Charter

    Hope College was founded by the Rev. A.C. Van Raalte and was officially chartered in 1866. During the 2015–2016 school year, Hope is celebrating 150 years of rigorous academics and faithful, Christian leadership.

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  • 32,000+Total Alumni

    Hope has over 32,000 alumni spanning every state and 80+ countries.

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  • 129,000Volunteer Hours

    Hope's faculty, staff and students have contributed over 129,000 hours to volunteer activities.

  • 200+International Study Programs

    Semester and year-long opportunities for off-campus study are available in virtually every part of the globe.

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