Daily Archives: November 2, 2016


Congratulations, Odd Year!

2020 Play – “Full House” Coached by Melanie Burkhardt (’18) and Caitie Kieser (’18), twelve Even Year Play girls performed a play that combined both Hope College tradition and the popular 1990’s television show, Full House. DJ, the eldest daughter in her freshman year at Hope, is preparing to see her rambunctious family during Family…


Football continues hot streak

HOLLAND, Mich. — The Hope College football team defeated Kalamazoo College 31-6 on Saturday cruising to their fourth straight victory in as many weeks. The win gives Hope a 5-3 overall and 4-1 MIAA record and sole possession of second place in the MIAA standings. Kalamazoo opened the scoring with an interception returned 40 yards…


ROBORanger to the rescue

In the world today where games, videos, fitness trackers and messaging are accessible first-hand with technology, where is the tech in the way of personal safety? On over 100 campuses, including Hope College’s campus, students are carrying the sound grenade designed by ROBOCOPP to keep them safe. ROBOCOPP is an organization and movement that believes…


Hoops hopes ready to rise

It’s that time of year again Hope College. Basketball season. For decades, basketball has been the epicenter of the Holland and Hope College communities. Hundreds of Hope alumni and other community members have season tickets to watch the men’s and women’s teams compete. Not to mention the incredible support of the student body involved with…


Hope sailor qualifies for national regatta

Summary The weekend of Oct. 15, Hope College Sailing Team member Elizabeth Reeg (’17) competed on Lake Michigan at Northwestern University in the Midwest Collegiate Sailing Association (MCSA) Women’s Singlehanded Championships. Reeg sailed in a Laser against the reining champion Megan Mahon (’17) from University of Wisconsin as well as sailors from Michigan State University….