Student Bloggers

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

Latest: Can’t you just tell me?: Musings on Being Undecided
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: The Phelps Scholars Program
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: Find Your Home
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

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

Life in Holland as told from my #Instagram

THE BEACHES Whether is Big Ol’ Red (aka Holland State Park), Tunnel Beach, Laketown Dunes, The Bowl, or some random beach front you found on a drive, everyone has their favorite beach and it’s a must no matter what time of year. Even in the depths of winter, my friends and I will bundle up … Continue reading Life in Holland as told from my #Instagram

From Windy City to Tulip City

By: Eddie Cervantes Growing up in Chicago, there was always something to do whether it was in my neighborhood, downtown, or even in a neighborhood on the other side of the city.  Transportation was never an issue, it allowed us to get from one side of the city to the other without ever switching a … Continue reading From Windy City to Tulip City

Hope College Nursing

By: Noemi Rocha As a kid, I would equate nursing school with a trade school. I always pictured the hospital beds and learning the necessary technical skills, but not much else. My Hope experience has been completely different than I imagined and incredibly worthwhile. If I’m being completely honest, I didn’t know I wanted to … Continue reading Hope College Nursing

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