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Visiting YouTube curator talks art at Hope

On Thursday, Sept. 24, art curator Sarah Urist Green spoke to a packed Cook Auditorium at the Depree Art Center. Fans of her or her husband John Green, YouTuber and author of
“The Fault in Our Stars,” “Papertowns” and many other young
adult best-sellers, recognized Sarah Urist Green from her popular
Youtube videos, “The Art Assignment,” which connects viewers with a diverse group of artists and encourages them to make art of their own. Green spoke to Hope College students about her journey to making this popular Public Broadcasting Services (PBS) Digital show. Read more > >


The US greets Pope

Pope Francis’ arrival in the United States was greeted with
great fanfare this week. Though the Pontiff has already conducted
a number of foreign trips, this is his first visit to the United
States.



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'Dusk to Dusk' unravels dialogue on campus

The art exhibit “Dusk to Dusk: Unsettled, Unraveled, Unreal” in the De Pree Gallery has caused a stir on the Hope College campus. The unsettling nature of this exhibit, curated by Richard Rinehart of Bucknell University and directed at Hope by Professor Heidi Kraus, has led to some viewers leaving the gallery feeling disturbed and unable to process the works of art they viewed, which has led to discussions of censorship of the exhibit. Read more > >










Goodbye summer, hello fall

Put away your flip flops, tank tops, Hawaiian shirts and shorts; as of this past Wednesday it is officially fall! I don’t know about you, but I love fall. What better place to be than the west
side of the state, more specifically Hope College. I make an extra effort to walk around campus to see all of the beautiful trees. With beautiful fall comes beautiful new clothes and new trends. That’s right, you have come to the right place to hear about
all of my favorite fall trends. Read more > >



Saying goodbye to a Hall of Famer

The baseball community lost a legendary Hall of Fame ballplayer
and stand-up individual this past Tuesday, former New York Yankees catcher, Yogi Berra. Berra was born on May 12, 1925, a native of St. Louis, Missouri. Berra was an all-time great player who was selected to play in 18 All Star games in his nineteen year career. Read more >