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Thursday, January 25

Culture, Commerce, & Criticism

The exhibition features fifty works of art ranging in date from the early 1500s to the early 2000s and includes works by many notable artists, including...

De Pree Art Center and Gallery: “Jamia | Studio”

The public is invited to the exhibition, artist’s talk and reception. Admission is free. The exhibition will highlight work that Sullivan completed during...

Continuum Scholar Lecture Series: Temple Smith, Sociology

In the face of soaring college tuition, poor secondary preparation, and burdens of student loan debt, some politicians, administrators, and scholars have...

Catholic Mass

All are welcome to participate through prayer and song. Catholics in a state of grace are invited to receive Eucharist. For more information, please visit...

PBK David Haberman Lecture

Why do humans attribute human characteristics to nonhuman entities? This lecture explores the function of anthropomorphism, from a variet of academic...

Brazilian Choro Performance + Opening Reception

Students from Hope’s own music department will be playing in a Brazilian Choro ensemble consisting of cello, mandolin, soprano and tenor saxophone, and...

Taste of Hope

Through this opportunity you’ll connect with other students who are considering Hope and who are interested in experiencing multicultural life in college....

Winter Film Series: Lucky

The film follows the journey of 90-year-old Lucky, a fiercely independent atheist who finds himself at the precipice of life, staring down his dwindling days...

Affinity Groups

What are Affinity Groups? Affinity groups are weekly gatherings of students who are asking similar questions about the Christian faith. Both groups will...

Thursday, January 25