Articles by Stephanie Arndt


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From dust to dust

“Memento, homo … quia pulvis es, et in pulverem reverteris” (cf. Gn 3:19). “Remember, man, you are dust and to dust you will return.” My mother would wake my sister and I early on every Ash Wednesday for the 7 a.m. Mass. We would get dressed and completely packed for school and be on the…

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Marchers who made their mark

Want to make your own difference? Marchers were given the number (202)-225-3121. Americans can call this number to reach their representatives. Or, visit the website house.gov/representatives/ for more information on how to contact your state representatives.   Shelby Rhodes (’18) “I marched for all the women who marched before me and all the ones coming after….

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Winter views on Hope’s campus

“While normal students spend their study breaks watching Netflix or napping, I venture into the winter blizzards and take advantage of the views that people sometimes miss. These were all taken during Sunday’s snowfall, the first accumulation of the year. Sometimes, it just takes some weird bends, crouches and other unbalanced positions to find the…