Articles by Maura McCoy


Sexual assault awareness: “What I Was Wearing” exhibit centers survivor stories

Each month, the Kruizenga Art Museum hosts a different special exhibit to coincide with the holidays of the month. For April, the exhibit was centered around sexual assault and spreading awareness on its different shapes, forms and impacts upon people who have experienced it. Hope College’s very own STEP organization—Students Teaching and Empowering Peers—teamed up…


Students debate mask mandate repeals

On Tuesday, March 1 at approximately 4 p.m., the Campus Health Advisory Team released an update for the campus community regarding the frequently shifting mask mandate on campus. Per the email, the regulations have taken a major alteration for the second time throughout the school year. As of Wednesday, February 23, masks have become optional…


Hope’s big fat Greek Life

As it does every year, Hope College’s Greek Life flourishes with the falling snow, captivating the attention of first-year students, the surrounding community and the campus itself. The college is presently home to seven sororities and seven fraternities, but the numbers have grown and fallen throughout the years. Trials and tribulations arise in any number…