Tagged Issue 130:6

Hunt for World Series begins

The Major League Baseball season has officially ended, and the playoffs have officially started with the Wild Card games Tuesday and Wednesday. If you’re not necessarily a huge baseball fan, or if 162 games makes for too long of a season for you to pay attention, then take this as your one-stop shop for the…


Hope hockey hits the ice

  Hope College hockey started their season on the right note this past weekend with two big wins over the University of Michigan. Both Hope and Michigan compete in the Michigan Collegiate Hockey Conference (MCHC) and Division III of the American Collegiate Hockey Association (ACHA). Coach Chris Van Timmeren is entering his 17th season leading…


A ‘Train Wreck’ comes to DeWitt Theatre

The Hope College Department of Theatre will present “Roustabout: The Great Circus Train Wreck!” on Wednesday-Friday, Oct. 5-7, and Thursday-Saturday, Oct 13-15, at 7:30 p.m. in the DeWitt Center main theatre. “Roustabout” tells a story of the cost of war, the beauty of humanity and the power of redemption, while it builds a narrative for…

Relient K

Switchfoot searches for America

“America, who are you?” Jon Foreman, frontman of Switchfoot, shouted throughout the DeltaPlex. With the flick of a switch, a flashlight beam scanned the crowd where thousands of people from all generations cheered in response. This was only part of what made the Relient K and Switchfoot concert memorable for everyone in attendance. From the…

2016 presidential election update

DONALD TRUMP, the Republican party nominee, has been polling within 4 points of Clinton for the entire month of September and is currently sitting at 41.3 percent according to RealClear Politics. The Trump campaign has raised $168 million this campaign cycle almost exclusively from campaign donations rather than Super Pac groups, according to OpenSecrets. Trump…