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SOON TO BE DEMOLISHED? — The picture shows two cottages that remain on the site of the proposed development.

New student housing planned

Proposal would extend Cook Village complex east on 11th Street     Only three years after opening the new $3.6 million Cook Village townhouse-style apartment complex, Hope College is again seeking city approval to build new student apartments on 11th Street between Lincoln and Fairbanks avenues directly across from the DeVos Fieldhouse. In a bid…

ACCESSIBLE FOR ALL — Lee West (’10) presented on the climate Hope College presents to transgenders.

Transgender Conference

On Tuesday, April 11, Alexis Brenner’s (’16) senior project for her women’s and gender studies class debuted on campus. The Transgender Conference had three sessions throughout the day. “Becoming Trans: The History and Politics of a Category,” delivered by Dr. Cael Keegan of Grand Valley State University, discussed the centuries old record of trans-life. Despite…


Provost Rich Ray steps down

President John Knapp sent out an email on Monday, April 11, at approximately 3:45 p.m. to faculty and staff notifying them that Rich Ray was stepping down as provost, effective immediately. In the email, Knapp stated, “It is my belief that new and different leadership is needed for Hope’s academic program,” and commented that he…