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: Life in Holland as told from my #Instagram
Eduardo Cervantes
Class of 2019
Hometown: Chicago, IL
Major(s): Philosophy & Management

Latest: From Windy City to Tulip City
Monica Teuthorn
Class of 2020
Hometown: Naperville, IL
Major(s): Psychology

Latest: Staying Healthy at Hope
Noemi Rocha
Class of 2019
Hometown: Austin, TX
Major(s): Nursing

Latest: Hope College Nursing
Rourke Mullins
Class of 2018
Hometown: Batavia, IL
Major(s): Communication & Leadership

Latest: Getting Comfortable in the Uncomfortable
Tucker Marty
Class of 2019
Hometown: Cincinnati, OH
Major(s): Management, Studio Art Minor

Latest: What We Really Need to Hear
Yordanos Dessie
Class of 2019
Hometown: Grand Rapids, MI
Major(s): Political Science & Psychology (Pre-Med)

Recent Posts

Countdown to Hope

We want to help you worry less and enjoy more your transition to college life so we’ve created a “Countdown to Hope” — an important to-do list designed to clarify next steps about financial aid, scholarships, and enrollment. From now until enrollment in the fall, you’ll find every next step necessary to get you to Hope.

Staying Healthy at Hope

By: Monica Teuthorn I remember what it felt like the summer before coming to college. I remember different daydreams of what it would be like to finally be in college, the nerves that I would get from worrying about forgetting something important, and the advice I would get that helped calm those nerves (just a … Continue reading Staying Healthy at Hope

Getting Comfortable in the Uncomfortable

By: Rourke Mullins We as humans have unique tendencies. We have a weird way of shifting who we are and what we do based off of those around us. Don’t think I am shaming you, I’m not. I can think of countless ways that I have conformed myself, made decisions, and have grown to be … Continue reading Getting Comfortable in the Uncomfortable

May Term Mems

Pine Ridge, South Dakota  One of the unique academic experiences that Hope College offers students is to study over the summer months through May, June and July terms. For many Hope students, this is a chance to travel or spend some more time in lovely Holland and build a deeper community with the members of … Continue reading May Term Mems

What We Really Need to Hear

I screw things up. I get anxious. Sometimes I feel alone. Yes, I feel this way even at Hope College. Hope. Hope is rooted in our name. I believe that we all have a hope for something great. To achieve something great. To do something great. To be something great. We’re told that this Hope … Continue reading What We Really Need to Hear