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Rushing in the midst of COVID-19

This article was co-authored by staff writers Gillian Skiba and Molly Douma (’22). Each spring, Hope’s Greek world grows a little bit bigger, and even COVID-19 couldn’t put a stop to that. More than one hundred interested students, largely composed of underclassmen, go through the two and a half week process of rush, where they…

WTHS Radio: Details on the DJs at 89.9

Below is a small sampling of some of Hope College’s most passionate music fanatics. Each of the students below has an hour-long show on WTHS 89.9. These short features explore a little bit more about some of Hope’s very own radio personalities. Frankie Kronewetter (’23)Major: Communications, emphasis on filmShow: “Frankie’s Late Night Slice,” Thursdays 10…

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Art from a distance

Over the last year, there is no doubt that each department at Hope College has been forced to make some major adjustments to the way their courses are taught. Being thrust into an online-only COVID-19 world last spring and continuing to navigate safety protocols on campus has not been a simple task.  One area of…

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What sets grad students apart?

As class registration approaches, many students are beginning to urgently consider their future plans. For underclassmen, this could involve declaring a major or taking exploratory classes to find their interests. For upperclassmen it holds slightly more weight, as their futures could rely on decisions that are being made right now. After four years of college…