From Beyond the Stars: Innovation and... 10/24 10:00am
The museum is always free and open to the public, Tuesday - Saturday 10am-4pm.
Faculty Meeting 10/24 11:00am
Women's Soccer vs. Alma 10/24 4:00pm
Volleyball vs. Calvin 10/24 6:30pm
The Sakiko Kanamori '63 Memorial Gala Alumni... 10/24 7:30pm
The public is invited. Admission is free. The performance, the Sakiko Kanamori ’63 Memorial Gala Alumni Concert, will feature singers and...
Career Panel: Human Resources 10/25 3:00pm
Students are encouraged to dress business casual. Following the panel, students can optionally attend a small group discussion with the panelists. This...
Men's Soccer vs. Alma 10/25 4:00pm
Tom Harrell Quartet 10/25 7:30pm
The public is invited. Admission is free. Mojo Magazine has called Grammy nominee Tom Harrell, “a supreme trumpet/flugelhorn player” having “an endless...
Gap Year and Nonprofit Fair: Learn, Serve, Grow 10/26 7:45am
Meet the Firm: Herman Miller 10/26 11:00am
Express interest in attending through Handshake. (BUS 222, Marketing)
COMM DAY 10/24 9am
Stop by the Martha Miller Center rotunda to learn about the exciting things happening in the world of communication.
Artist Claudia Esslinger explores the concepts of connection and separation and the role that technology plays in facilitating or frustrating connections...
Academics, Art and Art History, Arts and Humanities Division, Asian Studies Minor, International Studies, Japanese, Modern and Classical Languages, Arts, Kruizenga Art Museum, The Big Read, Public Events
Our fall semester exhibit examines the role of art in the broader political, social, economic and cultural changes that transformed Japan into a modern...
The Studies in Ministry minor is an interdisciplinary minor intended for students who are discerning a call to Christian ministry.
Catholic Mass 10/24 12pm
The Saint Benedict Institute invites the campus community to celebrate Catholic Mass at noon in Harvey Chapel in the Bultman Student Center.
Droning on about Sand Dunes and Machine Learning by Keri Haddrill (Dr. Paul Pearson) and Graph Pebbling: Doppelgangers and Lemke Graphs, by Mark...
Philosophy Speaker Series: Kevin Timpe 10/24 4:30pm
Kevin Timpe of Calvin College will present "Community and Moral Ecology: Lessons from Disabled Agency," which is part of a larger project in...
Dr. Cady Short-Thompson, provost at Hope College, will present the address “Lessons from Adversity” on Tuesday, Oct. 24, at 7...
Concert Series: Drew Holcomb and the Neighbors with special guests Lewis Watson and S. Martin 10/26 7:30pm
Doors open at 7 p.m. Drew Holcomb and The Neighbors is an Americana band from Memphis and East Nashville, TN. Special...
Community Business Dinner 11/2 6:30pm
Academics, Economics and Business, Social Sciences Division, Campus-Life, Career Development Center, Student Development
Join professionals from a variety of firms and industries as you network and enjoy dinner with a panel presentation.
Fly-In Weekend 11/9 6pm
Prospective students, fly in to Hope for a special visit experience on Thursday-Saturday, November 9-11, 2017.