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Live streaming at Hope to cover arts and humanities, not just sports

Hope College's Orchestra concert was live streamed this month and viewed by families of performers across the nation and world. The streaming of an art event sparked questions about Hope's direction with live broadcasting, which up until now, has focused on sports. Read more >>



Mastermind behind Putin's expansion

Alexander Dugin

Most politicians need advisers to tell them how they should run their government. Even Russia's Vladimir Putin utilizes advirosy councils and one of the most notable members, Alexander Dugin, has been a crucial thinker for Putin's Ukraine campaign. Dugin believes that the recent crisis in Ukraine has revived the Russian spirit and that a Novorossiya, translating to New Russia, is on the reemergence. Read more >>



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Volleyball wins National Championship

Its On Us

For the first time in the history of the school, the Hope COllege volleyball team won the NCAA Division III Championship. The Flying Dutch took down Emory University Monday afternoon to secure the win in Newport News, Virginia.

Their journey in Virginia started Friday against Clarkson University in the quarterfinals. The Flying Dutch tok the Golden Knights 25-16, 25-21, 25-20.

Clarkson started the game with a service error, granting Hope the first point. A kill by Courtney Van Houzen ('17) took the second point for Hope. The first set went back and forth and the teams were tied at seven each. Anna Lynch ('15) made the kill and took the score to 8-7. The next point, produced by Jillian Sommerville ('15), set up Hope to make a breakaway. Read more >>










President of the United States or Monarch-in-Chief

Andrew Gomez-Seone (15'), World Co-Editor at The Anchor, voices his perspective on President Obama's recent action on immigration reform. "The greatest threat that this presidential order demonstrates is a blatant disregard for the rule of law by the president of the United States. In issuing these presidential decrees, Obama has essentially decided to rewrite the nation's immigration laws without any congressional approval," he says. Read more >>



Cross country competes at Nationals

Both the men and women's cross country teams were represented at the division three national championship race this past weekend. The women sent a full team after earning one of the 13 at large NCAA bids and took 23rd place overall. Ben Zank ('15) represented the men and took 120th out of 280 totalrunners. Read more>>