Student Bloggers

Alley LoPrete
Class of 2019
Hometown: Indianapolis, IN
Major(s): Sociology & Religion, Peace Studies Minor

Latest: May Term Mems
Ariana Bratt
Class of 2019
Hometown: Bothell, WA
Major(s): Sociology & Psychology, Leadership Minor

Latest: #ThrowWhatYouKnow (Everything You Want to Know About Greek Life and More)
Eduardo Cervantes
Class of 2019
Hometown: Chicago, IL
Major(s): Philosophy & Management

Latest: The Philosophical Space
Monica Teuthorn
Class of 2020
Hometown: Naperville, IL
Major(s): Psychology

Latest: A Liberal Arts Education
Noemi Rocha
Class of 2019
Hometown: Austin, TX
Major(s): Nursing

Latest: A Texan's Experience in the Mitten State
Rourke Mullins
Class of 2018
Hometown: Batavia, IL
Major(s): Communication & Leadership

Latest: "Have to" to "Get to"
Tucker Marty
Class of 2019
Hometown: Cincinnati, OH
Major(s): Management, Studio Art Minor

Latest: A Message of Encouragement: A Senior Witness from a Friend
Yordanos Dessie
Class of 2019
Hometown: Grand Rapids, MI
Major(s): Political Science & Psychology (Pre-Med)


Recent Posts

Live Where You Learn

By Kristyn Bochniak, Associate Dean for Residential Life and Education Picture it: You are a high school graduate ready to make “the big move” to become a college student with a college life, on a college campus, in college housing. You are ready to start a new chapter where independence and learning are your new way … Continue reading Live Where You Learn

A Liberal Arts Education

By: Monica Teuthorn Going into the college search, there were a lot of things I didn’t know. There seemed to be a whole new vocabulary of words and terms that applied to college that I didn’t have prior knowledge of. One of those terms was liberal arts. From the word itself and how it was … Continue reading A Liberal Arts Education

A Texan’s Experience in the Mitten State

I constantly receive questions about how and why I ended up in Michigan all the way from Texas. People always ask how I am adjusting to the winter, how I heard about Hope or what made it stand out. Hope is a special place with kind people. There is no perfect college, but there are … Continue reading A Texan’s Experience in the Mitten State

“Have to” to “Get to”

By: Rourke Mullins “If you want something you have never had, you must be willing to do something you have never done”. These words sit closely to me in this season of life. The time is coming that I walk across the stage and receive my diploma and start a new stage of life after … Continue reading “Have to” to “Get to”

#ThrowWhatYouKnow (Everything You Want to Know About Greek Life and More)

  To rush or not to rush? A brilliant question that inevitably crosses the mind of many soon-to-be-freshman. And with great reason. It’s a big decision! Greek Life, no matter where you are in the country, comes with its own unique set of myths, stereotypes, and hesitations. I’m sure you know someone whose Instagram caption is … Continue reading #ThrowWhatYouKnow (Everything You Want to Know About Greek Life and More)