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Dance 43 premieres at Knickerbocker

Hope College’s Department of Dance kicked off Dance 43 last weekend on March 3 and 4. The performance took place at the Knickerbocker Theatre in downtown Holland and featured student dancers. Department Chair, Matthew Farmer, explained the event’s theme in the program notes, writing, “Tonight the Dance Department celebrates 43 years of presenting works to…


Dancers take performance to the Knick

On Friday at 7 p.m. and Sat-urday at 1 p.m., StrikeTime Dance Company performed at the Knickerbocker Theatre. The company’s main goal was to pro- vide children, grades K-6, an opportunity to experience dance in a creative format. The performance, titled “Dancing Galleries,” was intend- ed to simulate a tour through a museum of visual…


IMAGES shows cultural diversity

(Photos by Kelly Ocock) This past weekend Hope College hosted an event in the Knickerbocker theatre that none will soon forget. It was called “IMAGES” and provided a mouthpiece for the minority groups that inhabit Hope. At 7 p.m. on Nov. 12, students, faculty and community members crowded into the theatre to watch a passionate,…

Markets & Morality means business

The Knickerbocker Theatre hosted a showing of the film sponsored by Markets & Morality. “Poverty Inc.” last Thursday as part of The Big Read. The film was made by the Action Institute (a think-tank based in Michigan, which promotes free enterprise in a Christian framework) and questions whether aid organizations help or hurt the fight…

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Concerts for the music lover’s soul

  Every person passionate about music should be pumped for the concert line-up this semester at Hope College, which will include a wide range of incredibly talented musicians. The Concert Series, hosted by the Student Activities Committee, consistently brings in artists that both cater to what students are interested in and challenge the music students…