Events

Thursday, March 30

Kruizenga Art Museum:  “Gospel Stories: Otto Dix and Sadao Watanabe”

Kruizenga Art Museum: “Gospel Stories: Otto Dix and Sadao Watanabe” 10am

Arts, Kruizenga Art Museum, Public Events

The Kruizenga Art Museum at Hope College will open the exhibition “Gospel Stories: Otto Dix and Sadao Watanabe” on Tuesday, Jan. 10,...

Kruizenga Art Museum  
Computer Science Colloquium

Computer Science Colloquium 11am

Academics, Computer Science, Natural & Applied Sciences Division

“Exploring Bioinformatics through Distributed Computing” by Nick Hazekamp '13, University of Notre Dame

VanderWerf Hall, 102  
Mellon Scholars Lunch

Mellon Scholars Lunch 11am

Research, Mellon Scholars Program

Mellon scholars and faculty mentors are invited to drop in for a time of community and conversation over lunch.  Find the "mellon" on a...

Phelps Dining  
Ministry Minor Info Session

Ministry Minor Info Session 11am

Academics, Center for Ministry Studies

Attention freshmen! The Studies in Ministry Minor is an interdisciplinary minor intended for students who are discerning a call to Christian ministry.

Van Wylen Library, Granberg Room 222  
"You May Not Have a Sense of Humor, But You Are Funny," teven Wilkens, Professor of Theology and Ethics, Azusa Pacific University

"You May Not Have a Sense of Humor, But You Are Funny," teven Wilkens, Professor of Theology and Ethics, Azusa Pacific University 2pm

Academics, Arts and Humanities Division

The capacity to write, sing, or speak of love, beauty, or God with profound insight while wearing an “I’m with stupid” tank top,...

Van Wylen Library, Granberg Room  
La Pause Café

La Pause Café 4pm

Academics, Arts and Humanities Division, Modern and Classical Languages

Practice French conversation at Lemonjello’s (French IV speakers & up). Immerse yourself in the French "café culture", buy a...

Lemonjellos  
KAM: After Hours

KAM: After Hours 5pm

Academics, Arts and Humanities Division, Arts, Campus-Life, Student Development, Student Life, Kruizenga Art Museum

The Kruizenga Art Museum proudly presents its new monthly event series, After Hours.

Kruizenga Art Museum  
Pre-PT Student Panel

Pre-PT Student Panel 5:30pm

Academics, Pre-Medical & Pre-Health Professions

Two separate panels of professionals will be available to inform and instruct students interested in pursuing a career in PT

A. Paul Schaap Science Center, 1116  
Washington, D.C. Networking Event

Washington, D.C. Networking Event 5:30pm

Campus-Life, Alumni, Regional, Alumni Highlight

Join Washington Honors students, alumni, families and friends of Hope College for a networking reception with heavy hors d'oeuvres starting at 5:30...

Marriott Crystal Gateway  
Intervarsity

Intervarsity 6:30pm

Campus-Life, Student Development, Student Life

Intervaristy Christian Fellowship is a group of believers who gather to study the Bible and worship together.

Graves Hall, 201  
Global Ambassador Film Presentation

Global Ambassador Film Presentation 7pm

Campus-Life, Fried Center for Global Engagement, Off-Campus Study

Recently returned study abroad students will present films from their host countries.

De Pree Art Center, 141  
GPS - Barrage 8

GPS - Barrage 8 7:30pm

Arts, Great Performance Series, Public Events

Barrage is a violin-based, modern world beat ensemble. With a blend of contemporary string arrangements and high-energy choreography, Barrage has toured...

Jack H. Miller Center for Musical Arts  
Knickerbocker Film Series  - Things to Come

Knickerbocker Film Series - Things to Come 7:30pm

Arts, Knickerbocker Film Series, Public Events

The Hope College Knickerbocker Theatre will feature the French-German drama “Things to Come” on Monday-Saturday, March 27-April 1, at 7:30...

Knickerbocker Theatre  
Chinese Culture Club

Chinese Culture Club 8pm

Academics, Arts and Humanities Division, Chinese, Campus-Life, Student Development, Student Life

Come experience Chinese culture through board games, food & conversation. This event takes place on most Thursdays as noted.

Martha Miller Center for Global Communication, 239  

Thursday, March 30