Hope College News

2017 Feb

  1. First Steps for Including Teens in Planning and Leading Worship

    Calvin Institute of Christian Worship - Joan Huyser-Honig

    Jim DeBoer, director of Awakening, explains how churches and Christian schools can mentor youth to plan and lead worship for all ages.

    First Steps for Including Teens in Planning and Leading Worship

2017 Jan

  1. Trump Picks Neil Gorsuch for the Supreme Court

    U.S. News and World Report

    President Trump has nominated Neil Gorsuch to replace the late Justice Antonin Scalia. Dr. David Ryden, professor of political science, weighs in on what may happen next.

    Trump Picks Neil Gorsuch for the Supreme Court
  2. Winter Happening is led by Hope faculty

    Holland Sentinel

    Multiple general-interest seminars led by members of the Hope College faculty, music and sports are featured in the college's annual Winter Happening on Saturday, Jan. 28.

    Winter Happening is led by Hope faculty
  3. Tigers honor Hope's Karla Wolters

    Chris Zadorozny, Holland Sentinel

    Karla Wolters was honored by the Detroit Tigers 2017 Winter Caravan

    Tigers honor Hope's Karla Wolters
  4. Living Sustainably: Cultivating a sustainable community

    Holland Sentinel

    Michelle Gibbs launches the Sentinel's new "Living Sustainably" column, designed to keep the local community informed and engaged in sustainability efforts. Gibbs is the director of the Holland-Hope College Sustainability Institute, a joint project of Hope College, the City of Holland, and Holland Board of Public Works.

    Living Sustainably: Cultivating a sustainable community
  5. Exhibit explores complexities in South Africa

    Holland Sentinel

    Now showing at the De Pree Art Center and Gallery is "Between the Shadow and the Light: An Exhibition Out of South Africa," featuring the work of 21 Christian artists from the U.S., Canada, Kenya, Ghana, Nigeria, Botswana, Zimbabwe and South Africa.

    Exhibit explores complexities in South Africa
  6. Finding Myself Through My College Major

    Joshua Kam, New York Times

    Joshua Kam, a junior at Hope, answers the question "Where are you from?" with the help of his major.

    Finding Myself Through My College Major