Thursday, November 8

Big Read “The Lure of Ruins” focus exhibit

For more than 400 years, architectural ruins have been portrayed in art to remind us about the power of nature and time and the parallel fragility of human...

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Bruce McCombs Exhibitions

Watercolor paintings of the Hope College campus by Bruce McCombs, who is in his 50th year on the art faculty, will be the focus of an exhibition in the De...

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Kruizenga Art Museum: Living Tradition

A new exhibition opening at the Hope College Kruizenga Art Museum on Friday, Sept. 21, explores the beliefs and practices of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church as...

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Math Colloquium: Tim Pennings

"Do Dogs Know Calculus?” by Dr. Tim Pennings, Mathematics Department Chair, Davenport University A standard calculus problem is to find the quickest path...

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...

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International Studies Alumni Panels

Michael C. Dirksen '12, International Studies, Political Science, Sociology; Ph.D. Candidate, University of Illinois at Chicago Renee Wynveen '12,...

"Faith, Intersectionality, & Black Masculinity: Kendrick Lamar's Urban Theology"

Dr. Davia J. Crutchfield is a native of Cincinnati, Ohio. She received her bachelor’s degree from The Ohio State University, and her master’s and doctoral...

Fly-In Weekend

During this visit, you will: * Learn about Hope's nationally recognized academic programs * Attend a class or two * Explore student and residential life *...

Puebla May Term Meeting

Come and find out more information about our May term in Puebla Mexico! This trip is open to all students who will have completed Spanish 222 by the end of...

NEA Big Read Lakeshore: Dr. David Dark Lecture

Dr. David Dark, assistant professor of Religion and the Arts in the College of Theology at Belmont University and author of Life's Too Short to Pretend...

Saint Benedict Institute Film Screening: Summer in the Forest

The public is invited. Admission is free. “Summer in the Forest” is a documentary film that explores the life and work of Jean Vanier, Catholic author,...

SAC Coffee House

A weekly showcase of student musicians and performers

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Thursday, November 8