Articles by Molly Douma


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New faces of leadership charge campus

The realm of politics and voting may seem worlds away. Our minds usually go straight to Washington, D.C., when we hear the word “Congress.” While there are big-ticket decisions going on many miles away, there are topics being discussed right on this campus by our own student body’s personal Congress. Recently, elections took place for…

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Unique new clubs available to join

Yoga Club Led by Sophia VanderKooy (’20) and Alaina Streberger (’20), Hope Yoga seeks to “allow a space for all students to learn about and practice yoga,” in the words of Streberger. VanderKooy says, “We strive to make Hope Yoga affordable, inclusive and accessible. We want everyone who walks into our practice to feel comfortable…

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Peculiarities among activities

Getting involved has never been easier here at Hope College. The amount of organizations and clubs at every student’s disposal are numerous—all you need to do is show up. Some of these organizations have been around for years and others are just getting started by students who saw an interest gap that needed to be…

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Campus resources: CAPS and beyond

College is hard. There are so many factors impacting students on a regular basis, causing a rollercoaster of emotions. Stress from classes, issues back home, conflict with friends and the panic of looking into an uncertain future are just a few challenges Hope students may face in their daily lives. Luckily, Hope provides resources that…

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Our home: More green than gray

“Ignorance is bliss” is a pretty good summary of many people’s attitudes toward climate change and humanity’s effect on ecological degradation. We prefer to forget that it exists, ignoring the fact that our every day actions have a large impact on what the world will look like in the next few decades. This is the…