Rockets and Music and Travel…Oh My!

Hello again! As I mentioned in my previous post, I was given the opportunity to travel to the NASA White Sands Test Facility in Las Cruces, New Mexico as a part of my internship with Jacobs Engineering. I have been working on a project to design a rocket test stand as a part of the […]

My Summer Experience at Mason Street Warehouse

This summer I have the exciting honor to be working at Saugatuck’s Center for the Arts as a spotlight operator for their theatre, Mason Street Warehouse. Mason Street just closed the show Million Dollar Quartet with record ticket sales and we can look forward to their upcoming shows Murder for Two (July 22 through August 7) and The Great American […]

Summer Send Off: Then and Now

Rewind to July of 2014.  As an incoming first-year student at Hope College, I was a ball of nerves and excitement. Being the type of person that needs planning and order, not knowing what was to come when I stepped onto campus in the fall was a rattling concept. Thankfully, Hope College does a picnic called […]

At the Breakneck Pace of Life

Well it has been a LONG time since I’ve posted…but I promise I can explain. In the past two months I have… Raced a triathlon SURVIVED FINALS (finishing my Junior year at Hope) Participated in the Formula SAE competition at the Michigan International Speedway Started work at Jacobs Engineering – Technology Group in Tullahoma, Tennessee […]

Share Your Hope Experience at Summer Send Offs

Each summer Hope alumni, students and parents meet members of the incoming class and their families at a series of welcome events. You are invited to help welcome the Class of 2020! Connect with Hope alumni, parents and students at a Summer Send Off event near your and share your Hope experience with students just […]

Can I Please get a T-Shirt ?

Hope College Intramurals; the one place an amateur can feel like a world class professional athlete. I always prefer playing Co-Ed Soccer not because of the girls, but because it makes most of the guys be more gentleman-like. Lets be honest, no dude enjoys looking like a jerk in front of girls. This season, I […]

Cook Hall, Best Hall

“The quiet, anti-social dorm? You want to live there?” These reactions were all too familiar just a year ago this time after room draw. And rest assured, Cook Hall is no longer considered a quiet dorm after this past year. With our best friends living on the third floor, this residence hall became family. The pranks […]

Scholarship Day of Giving 2016

Scholarship Day of Giving is back on April 19, and the planning team needs your help spreading the word. Most of the excitement and buzz will be shared via social media and email — that’s where you come in! Your assistance in 2015 helped bring in more than 600 gifts and $100,000+ to support Hope […]