The Hope College men and women’s basketball teams won their weekend matchups over Albion and Olivet, respectively.
Former Spring Lake standout Meghan Peel had an impressive weekend for the Hope College women’s swim team, while fellow Laker Keon Rick and former Buccaneer Adi Smith also contributed to Hope College’s success.
The Hope College, Calvin College, Davenport University and Grand Valley State University basketball teams, as well as the Hope College mens soccer team will play exhibition games Monday to benefit the American Red Cross hurricane efforts
A 21-year-old Hope College student charged with sexually assaulting a female student while she was unconscious will spend the next 120 days in jail.
For Spring Lake native JP Batts, the road to Hope College was an interesting one.
The Grand Haven senior volleyball player committed Thursday to continue her career at Hope College, going from Buc to Dutch
Allie DeJongh, a Hope College junior, has spent this semester living and interning in Washington, D.C., as part of her International Studies program.
HOLLAND — A first-year Hope College student was found dead in her dorm room on Wednesday, March 8.
HOLLAND — The St. Benedict Institute will explore “The Catholic Priesthood: Why Is It Reserved for Men?” at 7 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 26, in Winants Auditorium of Graves Hall at Hope College.
Hope College students and faculty responded to hate with love last week.
The Hope College volleyball and women’s soccer teams are preparing for their postseasons, while the Grand Valley State University volleyball team records a conference road sweep
The Hope College men’s basketball team will play a Big Ten opponent in a preseason exhibition game
HOLLAND — A special place for students to hang their hammocks is included in Hope College’s plans for its latest expansion of student housing on 11th Street between Lincoln and Fairbanks in Holland.
HOLLAND — The Hope College Board of Trustees adjourned its spring meetings Friday by reaffirming President John Knapp as the college's leader.
HOLLAND — The annual Hope College spring party May Day Crawl has been canceled after the Holland Department of Public Safety informed organizers that the event as it is would violate the Michigan Liquor Control Commission rules and could result
Apr 29, 2016 at 5:00 PM