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Wednesday, March 27

Hockey @ ACHA National Tournament

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Employee Wellness: Biometric Screenings

Knowing your numbers is knowing your risk. Just 15 minutes and a little finger poke can provide insight into your health. Fasting test: No food, only water...

7am
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SPIN/SMARTS Training Session

This workshop will provide an overview of SPIN/SMARTS, the funding opportunity database and email alert system for use by faculty and staff of Hope College.

Kruizenga Art Museum: Enlightened Harmony: 20th-century Japanese art from the Hesselink Collection focus exhibit

Showa, literally “Enlightened Harmony”, was the reign name of the Japanese emperor Hirohito, who ruled Japan from 1926 to 1989. This focus exhibition...

10am
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Kruizenga Art Museum: Once Were Nomads: Textiles and Culture in Baluchistan Exhibit

This exhibition uses textiles to examine the traditional life and culture of the nomadic peoples of Baluchistan, a territory that straddles the modern...

10am
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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...

12pm
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Career Panel: Marketing

Please join us for a panel discussion focused on careers in marketing. The panel will consist of professionals from various firms who are experts within the...

Hope in Washington, D.C.

Join President-Elect Matt Scogin '02 for a networking event at The Mayflower Hotel. Gather with Washington Honors students, alumni, families and friends of...

GRACES

"Why We Aren't Having Sex. A Priest, a Therapist, and a Graduate Discuss Stepping away from Sex."

Wendell Kimbrough Concert

Wendell Kimbrough is a songwriter reimagining the Psalms for emotionally honest modern worship. His songs are marked by strong singable melodies, steeped in...

Wednesday, March 27