Daily Archives: September 5, 2020


Discontent within Dining Services

 It’s a challenging job to feed thousands of students every day, three times a day, for a whole academic year. Student dining at any higher education institution is a touchy subject, with a variety of complaints, both legitimate and illegitimate, coming from students. Even with plenty of staff on hand and enough physical food resources,…


CDI will move to Keppel House

One of the issues at the top of everyone’s minds lately has been diversity. At Hope, we’re lucky to have a place actively working to make inclusion a reality: the Center for Diversity and Inclusion (CDI). Since their founding in 2016, as part of Hope’s “Hope for the World” initiative, the CDI has been located…


Dad’s Doll: A Short Story

Madison Meeron is a Senior at Hope College majoring in Theatre and minoring in Communication. She began her performance career at the ripe age of 3 when she and her grandmother would act out “The Wizard of Oz” beginning to end. Madison was always Dorothy and her ninety four year old Grandma miraculously portrayed every…