Tara Leigh Tappert '73 will be a guest at the Boston Athenaeum series: Beyond Stereotype: War, Warriors, and the Creative Arts. For more details visit [ Bostonathenaeum.org Link ].

Beyond Stereotype: War, Warriors, and the Creative Arts | Boston Athenæum

Julian Hinson '10 will be the keynote speaker at tonight's "Dismantling Injustice: A New Legacy for a Better Future" in Dimnent at 7pm.

Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Civil Rights Lecture

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Join us for "Dismantling Injustice: A New Legacy for a Better Future" lecture on Monday, January 16 at 7pm at Dimnent. Julian Hinson '10 is currently a 4th-year medical student at Meharry Medical College in Nashville, TN where he is a Amos Christie Scholar. Among countless leadership roles during his time at Hope, he was a Phelps scholar and president of Black Student Union.
As voluminous waves rose and flowed more than three miles off the Holland shore, Brian Kieft ’01 looked out over the black-green topography of Lake Michigan and scoured the waterscape. His small bo…

Going Coast to Coast

Meet Eric Guldberg, he just graduated from Hope in December. Starting in March of 2017 he is hiking 2,190 miles of the Appalachian Trail from Georgia to Maine to raise money for the National Brain Tumor Society (NBTS) in honor of his father. Eric has two separate fundraisers: 1) For the NBTS where the funds go to help them find a cure and 2) a GoFundMe to help him with the expenses of the...
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National Brain Tumor Society

We are loving this story of Joy and Hope (and faithful resilience) featuring alumni Stefani Pentiuk '13 and Trevan Thompson '11.

Bride Stefani Pentiuk Thompson: Joy and Hope - MyNorth.com

Rob Peel '87 is taking his experience as Hope's first-ever swimming national champion, eleven-time All-American and four-year MIAA Conference Champion back to the pool at Spring Lake. He's coaching his son's team. Read the full article, written by Duncan MacLean '16 of the Grand Haven Tribune.

Rob Peel brings paternal instinct to his first coaching gig at Spring Lake

Kathy Button '79 Beauregard is one of eight female athletic directors in the Football Bowl Subdivision. Coach Fleck calls her "Boss Lady." Join us in cheering on the Western Michigan Football Broncos at the #CottonBowl.
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'Boss Lady' at forefront of WMU's run to Cotton Bowl

Emily Klauka '16 has been busy since graduation. She says, "I learned that God is the only constant in our lives. Through all the changes and ups and downs, God is always faithful, always good, and never changing." Read about her experience in the World Race at [ Hollandsentinel.com Link ].

Hope grad Emily Klauka gives back in World Race

Give the gift of Hope! Support Hope students by making a gift to the Hope Fund this year. You can make a difference and create future agents of Hope. crowdfunding.hope.edu/hopefund
Remember the time Aaron Goodyke '16 saved Christmas? Here's the story: [ Wp.me Link ]

When Aaron Goodyke ’16 Saved Christmas

Congratulations to our December graduates! Welcome to the Hope College Alumni Association.
Check out the latest crowdfunding project at crowdfunding.hope.edu/ewb. @Engineers Without Borders - Hope College is planning a trip to Kenya to provide clean water for the community of Bondo. Learn more about their cause and share with friends who might be interested. #Give2Hope

Help Engineering Students Provide Clean Water in Kenya