Can’t you just tell me?: Musings on Being Undecided

By: Alley LoPrete One of the most daunting parts of choosing a college for me was wondering if I would make the right choice. How do I know my school is the right one? It brought me back to middle school dreams of my future husband and asking my mom “How do you know he …

The Phelps Scholars Program

By Monica Teuthorn Before I started my freshman year, college seemed like a foreign place. I didn’t have a ton of experience with it as I was one of the first in my family to really go away to a college like Hope. I had no idea what to expect. College seemed intimidating thinking about …

Find Your Home

By Rourke Mullins, Hope College Senior Here it is, you’re 18 years old and the moment has come when you are asked (a lot) to answer one of the most important questions of your young life so far: “Where are you going to college?” It can be daunting question. For me, it created a pit in my …

Need Me This Summer? I’ll Be in the Lab

Meet Anna Lunderberg. Don’t let the relaxed pose in the hammock fool you. This summer, Anna is hard at work on campus, doing things like studying the brain tissue of rats and running Western blots. (Yeah, I had to Google that, too.) Anna, a soon-to-be sophomore at Hope, is collaborating with biology and chemistry professor …

Senior Struggle #6: It’s OK to Want an End

Hello, readers! I hope your week is going well so far! We have five weeks of school left, and those weeks are flying by! The time passing quickly is sad as I realize that my final year of college is coming to a close, but at the same time, I’m happy that it will be done …

Principles of Microeconomics

Since, I am Management major Principles of Microeconomics is a must-take class. It is not terribly difficult, but harder harder than Principles of Macroeconomics. But I am not really talk here about what we study in Microeconomics, but more the difference between the Management and Economics major. I was an Economics major, then I declared …

Spanish V

My second class is Spanish V class because Spanish is my minor. Interestingly enough, Spanish V is my first Spanish class at Hope, but I did study abroad in Chile for a semester. In Spanish V we basically go over all tenses, subjunctives and conditionals, so by then we should theoretically have no more grammar …

Dr. Arthur Brooks Lecture: “Let’s Work Together: Restoring Optimism, Unity, and Opportunity”

On February 20, Dr. Arthur Brooks gave a lecture called “Let’s Work Together: Restoring Optimism, Unity, and Opportunity.” The goal of the lecture was sharing of what he thinks are three secrets to successful entrepreneurship. Dr. Arthur Brooks is well respected social scientist and musician, who is currently the president of the American Enterprise Institute …