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Phelps Scholars skate in G.R.

Phelps Scholars were treated to a wonderful skating experience in Grand Rapids over the weekend. An annual trip, it typically follows this schedule: busses are loaded with interested students from the program and driven to Rosa Park Circle Ice Rink. After arriving, students are allocated a pair of skates . As all college students would…

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UCB leaves audience in stitches

Hope College is no stranger to the hilarity that stems from really good improv. The college’s own Vanderprov (whose September 8 show we covered last semester) is a fantastic group whose sketches many students are familiar with. However, students were treated to an extra-special performance this past Friday. The Upright Citizens Brigade, a traveling comedy…

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New year, new Greek: 2019 rush season

Are you looking for a way to establish meaningful friendships here at Hope? Or perhaps an opportunity to take on more roles in leadership or service? Greek Life may be just the right pathway to fulfill these goals. Hope offers an array of different Greek organizations, including eight fraternities and seven sororities. Mentioning their names…

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Christmas comes early, thanks to IRC

While there were no stockings or roaring fires at the French House last Friday night, there was a lot of Christmas spirit. The event featured three Hope T.A.’s sharing their favorite traditions from their respective home countries. Hand-crafted decorations adorned the cottage. Judging by the many who attended, the evening seemed like quite a hit….

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Marvel’s greatest hero passes: Stan Lee

“Marvel” means so much more than “wonder, amazement, astonishment and curiosity.” The word is synonymous with the most successful characterbased creative powerhouse in history, boasting 8,000 unique characters and a whopping total of 52 films (21 of which are cemented in the same cinematic universe). Wherever creative freedom exists, Marvel tends to exist there also,…

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Skating back to the ’80s in style

Colorful outfits and great music set the scene Saturday, Nov. 17 at “The Rink.” One of America’s most cherished time periods returned for two hours. Students took selfies and showed off their skating skills (or lack thereof). Dazzling lights and mirrors on the wall allowed for some interesting pictures. Lockers allowed students to store their…