Explore the Christ-centered campus idea

Hope College’s Arts and Humanities Division’s symposium for this spring took place Friday in Graves Hall, Winants Auditorium. The theme of this semester’s symposium explored “The Idea of a Christ-Centered College.” Professor Timothy Larsen of Wheaton College was the keynote speaker in the discussion. Larsen shares that his “research tends to explore theological and intellectual…

Multiple perspectives of North Korea

North Korean’s fear of their government, as depicted in the news, now can be seen through art. The DePree Art Center and Gallery is hosting the exhibition, “No Motherland Without You” featuring images from North Korea. Tom Wagner, the artist behind the thought-provoking photographs, is a Hope College alumnus and an award winning editorial photographer….


Ten actions, 100 days: student voices

The Women’s March was just the beginning for these Hope College students. Hope United for Justice is teaming up with the Women’s March on Washington and their campaign for ten actions in 100 days. After millions of marchers voiced their concerns for the country last Saturday, the movement is encouraging everyone to join the next…