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October 16 - 22, 2019

Wednesday, October 16

Capturing Light: The Art of Shin Sawano, A Tradition for the Future of Japan

Japanese artist Shin Sawano combines cutting-edge photographic and printing technologies with traditional Japanese papers and picture-mounting techniques....

10am
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Deities and Devotion in Mongolian Buddhist Art

Deities and Devotion explores the religious beliefs and devotional practices of Mongolian Tantric Buddhism. The exhibition features 130 paintings, drawings,...

10am
This is a recurring event - more dates ahead!
Steve Nelson, Tug: A Great Lakes Odyssey

Steve Nelson’s photographs of a Great Lakes tug boat fleet provide an intimate view into a maritime industry that has operated on the lakes since the late...

10am
This is a recurring event - more dates ahead!
ASC Information Sessions to get a Tutor

After attending one session a year all requests for a tutor(s) can be made online. If you prefer you can stop by the ASC to make an individual appointment to...

12pm
This is a recurring event - more dates ahead!
Career Panel (Finance/Accounting & Operations)

Please join us for a panel discussion focused on careers in finance and opearations. The panel will consist of professionals from various firms who are...

New Voices Book Club

New Voices, a YA fiction book club run by the English Department, will be meeting to discuss Dreamland Burning by Jennifer Latham.

Silent Praise

6pm
This is a recurring event - more dates ahead!
Professionalism & Networking Workshop with Business Club

Please join us for a one-hour workshop on Business Etiquette, Professionalism & Networking. Professor Rob Pocock will share tips, techniques, template and...

Thursday, October 17

Capturing Light: The Art of Shin Sawano, A Tradition for the Future of Japan

Japanese artist Shin Sawano combines cutting-edge photographic and printing technologies with traditional Japanese papers and picture-mounting techniques....

10am
This is a recurring event - more dates ahead!
Deities and Devotion in Mongolian Buddhist Art

Deities and Devotion explores the religious beliefs and devotional practices of Mongolian Tantric Buddhism. The exhibition features 130 paintings, drawings,...

10am
This is a recurring event - more dates ahead!
Steve Nelson, Tug: A Great Lakes Odyssey

Steve Nelson’s photographs of a Great Lakes tug boat fleet provide an intimate view into a maritime industry that has operated on the lakes since the late...

10am
This is a recurring event - more dates ahead!
Computer Science Seminar: Yucong Jiang

“Artificial Intelligence and Music” by Yucong Jiang Ph.D. candidate in Computer Science at Indiana University Bloomington. Artificial Intelligence (AI) has...

Ministry & Christian Grad School Fair

Have you thought about becoming a pastor, a priest, a missionary, a youth minister, or a worship leader? Then stop in the Great Room of the Bultman Student...

Psychology 100 Poster Presentations

Please remove center furniture out of atrium area. Tall tables and chairs in the perimeter may remain, along with furniture on the north wall. Thank you!

Pre Law and Washington DC Honors Program Information Session

Pre-registration information session for students interested in pre-law, the Washington DC Honors program for spring 2021 and/or majoring/minoring in...

Math Colloquium - Dr. Darin Stephenson, Math Department

“Modeling Data with Machine Learning” by Dr. Darin Stephenson, Math Department The prevalence of large sets of data in our technological society has given...

Bus Trip Overnight!

We invite you to join other prospective students from the Indianapolis area for a very special Visit Day on October 11 and 12. It only takes 3½ hours...

Nursing Information Session

Please attend this session if you are interesting in the application process for NURSING next spring. We will discuss what classes to take for next semester...

Mr. Dutch

Male Pageant put on by the Sigma Iota Beta sorority to raise money for Dance Marathon

Physics Pre-Registration Meeting

If you are wondering about physics courses for next semester, thinking about declaring a physics major or minor, or just want to spend time with your fellow...

Global Missions Health Conference Informational Meeting

We'll discuss with the individuals interested in the Global Missions Health Conference the paperwork, schedule for the weekend, where we're staying, packing...

Theology of Singlenss

Joint panel discussion with Campus Ministries and Western Theological Seminary

Great Performance Series: Cuarteto Latinoamericano with guitarist Jiji

Curateto Lationamericano is one of the world's most renowned classical music ensembles, for more than thirty years the leading proponent of Latin American...

Smokefall

The Department of Theatre at Hope College will present “Smokefall” by Noah Haidle on Friday and Saturday, Oct. 11-12, and Thursday-Saturday, Oct. 17-19, at...

7:30pm
This is a recurring event - more dates ahead!
Mortar Board Meeting

Mortar Board general and executive board meetings

9pm
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Friday, October 18

Capturing Light: The Art of Shin Sawano, A Tradition for the Future of Japan

Japanese artist Shin Sawano combines cutting-edge photographic and printing technologies with traditional Japanese papers and picture-mounting techniques....

10am
This is a recurring event - more dates ahead!
Deities and Devotion in Mongolian Buddhist Art

Deities and Devotion explores the religious beliefs and devotional practices of Mongolian Tantric Buddhism. The exhibition features 130 paintings, drawings,...

10am
This is a recurring event - more dates ahead!
Steve Nelson, Tug: A Great Lakes Odyssey

Steve Nelson’s photographs of a Great Lakes tug boat fleet provide an intimate view into a maritime industry that has operated on the lakes since the late...

10am
This is a recurring event - more dates ahead!
Comm Dept Academic Info Session

Academic information session open to current and prospective students who want to learn about the communication major.

1pm
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Engineering Seminar: Diane S. Holton

“Process Engineer in the Petrochemical Industry” by Diane S. Holton Diane will give an overview of what it is like to work as a process engineer in Houston,...

Chemistry Seminar: Professor Steven M. Firestine, Wayne State University

Antimicrobial Drug Discovery Targeting Purine Biosynthesis and C. difficile Spore Germination - Dr. Steven Firestine, Wayne State University Abstract:...

Friendship Prom

An annual social dance for community members with special needs and Hope college students

Music of Japan for Organ, Marimba, and Taiko Drums

The mighty sounds of pipe organ and Taiko drummers join together in the unusual and evocative concert, featuring classical and world music from Japan. ...

Sean Zorn: Live at the Knickerbocker Theatre

Class of '17 alum Sean Zorn returns to Hope College to record a live stand up comedy album at the Knickerbocker Theatre -- featuring Hope's best (and only)...

Smokefall

The Department of Theatre at Hope College will present “Smokefall” by Noah Haidle on Friday and Saturday, Oct. 11-12, and Thursday-Saturday, Oct. 17-19, at...

7:30pm
This is a recurring event - more dates ahead!

Saturday, October 19

Capturing Light: The Art of Shin Sawano, A Tradition for the Future of Japan

Japanese artist Shin Sawano combines cutting-edge photographic and printing technologies with traditional Japanese papers and picture-mounting techniques....

10am
This is a recurring event - more dates ahead!
Deities and Devotion in Mongolian Buddhist Art

Deities and Devotion explores the religious beliefs and devotional practices of Mongolian Tantric Buddhism. The exhibition features 130 paintings, drawings,...

10am
This is a recurring event - more dates ahead!
Steve Nelson, Tug: A Great Lakes Odyssey

Steve Nelson’s photographs of a Great Lakes tug boat fleet provide an intimate view into a maritime industry that has operated on the lakes since the late...

10am
This is a recurring event - more dates ahead!
Smokefall

The Department of Theatre at Hope College will present “Smokefall” by Noah Haidle on Friday and Saturday, Oct. 11-12, and Thursday-Saturday, Oct. 17-19, at...

Sunday, October 20

Steve Nelson, Tug: A Great Lakes Odyssey

Steve Nelson’s photographs of a Great Lakes tug boat fleet provide an intimate view into a maritime industry that has operated on the lakes since the late...

1pm
This is a recurring event - more dates ahead!
Faculty Recital - Lora Kolean

The Hope College Faculty Recital Series will feature pianist Lora Kolean on Sunday, Oct. 20, at 2 p.m. in the Concert Hall of the Jack H. Miller Center for...

SAC Coffeehouse Auditions

If you are interested in playing at Coffeehouse for SAC this semester, come prepared with a sample piece to play. All music welcome. Hope to see you there!

Silent Praise

6pm
This is a recurring event - more dates ahead!

Monday, October 21

Michigan Blood Blood Drive

This is a blood drive for Michigan Blood.

8am
This is a recurring event - more dates ahead!
Steve Nelson, Tug: A Great Lakes Odyssey

Steve Nelson’s photographs of a Great Lakes tug boat fleet provide an intimate view into a maritime industry that has operated on the lakes since the late...

10am
This is a recurring event - more dates ahead!
ASC Information Sessions to get a Tutor

After attending one session a year all requests for a tutor(s) can be made online. If you prefer you can stop by the ASC to make an individual appointment to...

12pm
This is a recurring event - more dates ahead!
H-Club Luncheon

Meet and hear from Hope College coaches this school year during our annual H-Club Luncheon Series. Hope College will host luncheons on campus on select...

12pm
This is a recurring event - more dates ahead!
French Speakers' Series "Dictionary Wars" by Dr. David Eick

"'The Dictionary Wars' gives an overview of competing French dictionaries from the apogee of the monarchy under Louis XIV, through the Enlightenment and the...

Lecture: "Adam Smith, Economic Liberal?"

Adam Smith, moral philosopher and the father of modern economics, is so influential and was so prolific, you can find people of all political leanings...

Sociology & Social Work Information Session (Majors Fair)

This is an event for students who are interested in learning more about our Sociology & Social Work Majors. We will go over some general information and...

Careers in Chemical Engineering

Dr. Michael Misovich will present information on career opportunities for chemical engineers and describe Hope's chemical engineering emphasis option program...

Honorable Business with Dr. James Otteson, Wake Forest University

Many people are suspicious of business, a fact reflected in the widespread notion that businesses should "give back" to society. But usually when someone...

IM – Fall Season 2 Captain's Meetings

MEETING TIMES Coed Badminton — 7 p.m.Coed Basketball — 7:30 p.m.Coed Doubles & Men's Tennis — 8 p.m.Women's Badminton — 8:30 p.m.AGENDA IntroductionRules &...

Jazz Arts Collective Concert

All of the arts will be working together to present a one-of-a-kind jazz concert built of both sound and sight at Hope College on Monday, Oct. 21, at 7:30...

Tuesday, October 22

Capturing Light: The Art of Shin Sawano, A Tradition for the Future of Japan

Japanese artist Shin Sawano combines cutting-edge photographic and printing technologies with traditional Japanese papers and picture-mounting techniques....

10am
This is a recurring event - more dates ahead!
Deities and Devotion in Mongolian Buddhist Art

Deities and Devotion explores the religious beliefs and devotional practices of Mongolian Tantric Buddhism. The exhibition features 130 paintings, drawings,...

10am
This is a recurring event - more dates ahead!
Steve Nelson, Tug: A Great Lakes Odyssey

Steve Nelson’s photographs of a Great Lakes tug boat fleet provide an intimate view into a maritime industry that has operated on the lakes since the late...

10am
This is a recurring event - more dates ahead!
Ministry Minor Info Session

The minor is designed to help you think about Christian faith, calling, and the practice of ministry, understood broadly. It consists of a variety of...

Aloha May Term Information Session

Interested to learn more about the Hawai'i May Term 2020? Join us for an important information meeting and see whether the Aloha May Term is right for you!

Little Read Lakeshore: Roosters and Chickens and Books, Oh My!

Join us for a bilingual Spanish-English reading of The Rooster Who Would Not Be Quiet! by Carmen Agra Deedy. Afterward, we'll meet and learn about different...

Living Sustainably Along the Lakeshore Presents: New Developments in Smart Energy

Dave Koster, general manager of Holland Board of Public Works, will talk about the new initiatives underway to further reduce Holland’s per capita carbon...

Japan Club Origami Night

Japan Club origami and game night. We will play Japanese games, make origami, and eat snacks.

NSCI Advising

Interested in Neuroscience? Want to learn more about the Neuro Major or Minor? Have questions about which courses you should take next or how to get involved...

Something Every Tuesday - Silent Praise

Something Every Tuesday features a different student organization each week. All students are invited to come to the event to learn what the group is all...

SAC Coffeehouse Auditions

If you are interested in playing at Coffeehouse for SAC this semester, come prepared with a sample piece to play. All music welcome. Hope to see you there!

October 16 - 22, 2019