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Local rally rails against Betsy Devos

(Photos by Kelly Ocock) Hundreds gathered at Centennial Park in Holland on Jan. 28 to march around the block, protesting against DeVos, who was a Holland resident and graduate of Calvin College. She is known for being a supporter in vouchers toward private school tuition and advocates toward charter schools. The future of our education…


Double wins for Hope on home ground

Men’s, women’s basketball successfully secure weekend victories over Albion, Alma This Saturday, both the men and women’s basketball teams played Alma and Albion Colleges, respectively at home. The women played at 3:00 p.m. while the men played at 7:30 p.m. in the evening. Both teams dawned on the purple jerseys in honor of the family…


Hope sailing team wins big at MCSA

Four members of the Hope College Sailing Team executive board (Libby Reeg (’17), Carrie Ritter (’18), Jacob Pledger (’18) and Lisette Boer ‘19) traveled to Milwaukee, WI to attend the Midwest Collegiate Sailing Association annual Midwinters meeting and banquet on Saturday Jan 28, 2017. During the annual meeting, regatta schedules were finalized. The MCSA executive…


Can a scientist be religious?

It is a common assumption that science and religion are substantially, philosophically and persistently in conflict. A perception that emphasizes the dependable and authoritative nature of science and the scientist while also focusing on the irrationality and blindness of religion and the believer leads to various interpretations of the potential for a relationship between religion…