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Twelfth Night: The Freshman Experience

The student body is going through a lot right now with COVID-19, that is undeniable. However, our freshmen are also going through a huge transition: the shift from high school to collegiate life. I interviewed two freshmen, Liliana Fraser-Shade and Brianna Tomczak, from the Hope College Theatre Department’s production of “Twelfth Night” to get their…

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Food Truck Frenzy

            In a time of stress, little is better for a person than some really good food. And on October 2nd, Student Activities Committee (SAC) organized a Food Truck Frenzy as a fun way to provide free food for students as the weekend kicked off. The event was held around campus, with trucks and tents all…

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Last-minute flights, canceled programs and hope for the future: Off-campus study in a time of pandemic

For junior Grace McConaghie, the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic meant scrambling to find a flight home in a foreign airport. For McConaghie, who is pursuing majors in Spanish and sociology with a minor in ministry, studying in Buenos Aires, Argentina was an important part of truly immersing herself in the Spanish language. “I was…

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Will the Pull pull through?

The Pull has been postponed for the Fall 2020 semester.  This 123-year-old tradition has yet to be completely cancelled, though. Representatives from both the Even and Odd Year Pull teams have shared that they are working to make the competition happen some time in the Spring 2021 semester. “We are looking for ways to move…