“What Was I Wearing” Exhibition: Unveiling the Power of Survivor’s Stories

Oftentimes, the conversations that are the most needed are also the most difficult to have. While discourse involving the stories of survivors of sexual and domestic violence may feel uncomfortable to talk about, conversation is paramount to raising awareness, creating community, and validating survivors’ stories. On April fifth, Students Teaching and Empowering Peers (STEP) hosted…


Trailblazing in Pearls: The Iconic First Ladies That Shaped Women’s History

As Women’s History Month draws to a close, it is imperative to delve into the often-overlooked contributions of America’s First Ladies, shaping not only the White House but the course of women’s history itself. The Anchor asked some students on campus about their favorite First Ladies and received insightful feedback about their choices.  First, Anchor…


Beyond the Spotlight: Peeking Behind the Curtain of Hope’s Performing Arts Communities

Beyond the spotlight’s glow and the curtain’s rise lies a community of performers whose stories often remain untold. While the performing arts often unite audiences, it is the intricate tapestry of camaraderie, competition and collaboration among those on stage that truly reveals the community of those who perform. I talked to two performing arts minors…