Campus and Beyond

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When mail is in danger: What’s going on in Washington and how to save your mailbox

In 1787 the authors of the Constitution guaranteed Congress the power “to establish Post Offices and post Roads,” as well as the responsibility to protect them (Article I, Section 8, Clause 7). Centuries ago, our Founding Fathers realized the importance of delivering basic necessities, providing means for democratic discussion and connecting over long distances, which…

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From Ashes to Ashes

Ash Wednesday is the most observed Christian service in the world. The number of attendees to services on Ash Wednesday has been recorded to trump both Christmas and Easter services. One Hope student, Cameron Smith (’23), joined the ranks of Christian believers in participating in his first-ever Ash Wednesday service. Upon returning to his dorm,…

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Bernie Sander’s America?

As of Super Tuesday, Bernie Sanders has emerged next to Joe Biden in a two-man race for the 2020 Democratic candidacy. Sanders, a senator from Vermont who also ran for president in 2016, envisions drastic economic, social and environmental shifts for our country. His left-wing beliefs and stance as a self-described ‘democratic socialist’ have faced…

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Put the ‘I’ in Immersion

 One of the benefits of a liberal arts education is the opportunity for students to develop themselves beyond the classroom curriculum specific to their major or minor. For most students, this looks like the completion of the courses listed under “required” to graduate. However, Hope’s statement on Christian identity and the belief that the knowledge…