Monthly Archives: December 2017

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Spotlight: Phillip LeGare

Monday mornings are quiet and peaceful for him. He sits in the Bultman Student Center with a cup of coffee calculating and balancing the week’s budget for the Student Activities Com- mittee, as well as completing assign- ments and tasks for his academically rigorous accounting major. He organizes and delegates re- sponsibilities every week to…

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95 Stories walks on Christmas Vespers

As the semester begins to turn in for a long-awaited Christmas break, participants of The 95 Stories, a student run project dedicated to displaying experiences of homophobia and racism within the Hope College community, debuted their cause this past weekend with a music-silencing walked out of Christmas Vespers. At Sunday’s 2:00 p.m. service, Josh Chun…

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A Sustainable Dream Job

Her days are never consistent and it’s easy to see that she thrives on it. Clutching the large mug that sits nearby, she mentions that she hasn’t had enough coffee today, fighting back yawns. It is her passion and excitement for the work that she does that keeps her productive. Her work days are limited…