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New and Improvements

*This is part of The Ranchor issue of The Anchor, which is a satire edition of our student newspaper. None of this article is meant to be taken as fact.* Current Hope College students and alumni take a look at how much Hope has grown Click here to check out The Ranchor’s Voices page on Hope…

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Lessons Learned in the Capital

Photos: Allie DeJongh Living in the nation’s capital for a semester, while shrinking my bank account, has given me a range of new opportunities and experiences. From going to an event at the French ambassador’s residence to seeing Sean Spicer in the grocery store, I have made many memories during my time in Washington, D.C. Along…

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Amber Ramble: Juggling my double life

There can often be a grand divide forced between arts and humanities majors and those of the STEM (Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics) fields. The two categories of students seem to be very contrasting, with the humanities students more focused on creativity and analysis and the STEM students more geared towards logic and equations. It…