Articles by Miles Pruitt


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Clothesline opposes sexual assault

The Clothesline Project, presented by the Students Teaching and Empowering Peers (S.T.E.P.), honors survivors and victims of interpersonal violence (i.e. dating violence, harassment, sexual assault, and stalking). Anyone who has experienced such violence, at any time in their life, is encouraged to create a shirt and allies are encouraged to make shirts to support their…

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CDI leadership program opportunity

The student leadership program is a collaboration between the Boerigter Center, the Center for Diversity and Inclusion and Herman Miller to support students in the development of effective planning strategies in order for them to achieve their desired goals and outcomes for their future. One of the main contributors to the program, Vanessa Greene, is…

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Workshop focuses on inclusion

The Diversity Institute Workshop series began with a two-hour introduction workshop on Sept. 25. The workshop was proctored by Vanessa Greene, the Director of the Center for Diversity and Inclusion (CDI) and the Associate Dean of Students, and students Kathleen Muloma and Cherish Joe. It primarily focused on creating a more inclusive environment for students…

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First game night a rousing success

The Black Student Union (BSU) hosted its first official game night on September 28 in the multicultural lounge in the Bultman Student Center (BSC). A multicultural lounge is a place where students of all colors are welcome to come to spend time in since it is an inclusive environment at Hope College. The entire Executive…

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GLOBE hopes to change status quo

Past and current students at Hope who have identified as part of the LGBTQ+ community have struggled to find a group on campus due to the fact that official student organizations cannot openly advertise themselves as LGBTQ+ due to certain “rules and policies”. GLOBE hopes to change this by allowing LGBTQ+ students to express themselves…

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Athletes attend annual host event

Hope College provides unique opportunities for student-athletes to get involved with prospective Hope athletes; this was on full display this past week at the annual athlete host event. Hosting has become part of Hope’s culture, where students can come directly onto campus and experience a day in the life of a student athlete. Activities range…