Student Bloggers

Abigail Brummel
Class of 2020
Hometown: Hudsonville, MI
Majors: Studio Art and Communications

Latest: Learning To Be Thankful One Day At A Time
Abigail Kyros
Class of 2019
Hometown: Grand Rapids, MI
Major(s): Studio Art and Communications

Latest: Finding Your “Thing” at Hope College
Chandler Alberda
Class of 2020
Hometown: Austin, TX
Major(s): Communication

Latest: The Most Wonderful Time at Hope College
David Wang
Class of 2020
Hometown: Canton, MI
Major(s): Biomedical Mechanical Engineering

Latest: Glasses Under the Sea
Rachael Cerovich


Recent Posts

The Most Wonderful Time at Hope College

Coming back to campus after Thanksgiving may not sound like any fun. However, there is nothing like Christmas music and festive decorations to make the last couple weeks of the semester that much better. Holland, Michigan, may be well known as a beach town, but there is something so enchanting about 8th Street covered in … Continue reading The Most Wonderful Time at Hope College

Finding Your “Thing” at Hope College

Whether it’s friends, clubs, or a major, finding your “thing” in college can be a daunting task. With about 80 different clubs and student groups at Hope College, you have plenty to choose from! Here are some tips that will hopefully help you determine what “thing” is right for you.   Think about your interests. Are … Continue reading Finding Your “Thing” at Hope College

Learning To Be Thankful One Day At A Time

Thanksgiving has been my favorite holiday for as long as I can remember. When I tell people this, I generally get a lot of questions asking why. No, it’s not because my favorite food is mashed potatoes (though it definitely takes a nice second to puppy chow) or because I love watching the Lions lose … Continue reading Learning To Be Thankful One Day At A Time

Glasses Under the Sea

I lost my glasses in the Mediterranean Sea. Twice. I don’t miss them one bit. Why? Because I learned two important lessons when I studied in Spain last May. First, don’t go kayaking without securing your glasses. Second, you have a rare opportunity to earn college credit while having a marvelous adventure by finding a new way … Continue reading Glasses Under the Sea

Worrying About the “What If?”

Deciding where to go to college was just as stressful and scary as it was exciting. What if I made the wrong choice and I missed out on an entirely different experience at a different school? I wanted someone else to decide for me so I didn’t have to think about it. My whole mindset … Continue reading Worrying About the “What If?”