Hope College

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  A group of Hope College students identifying as LGBT and People of Color started a campaign to amplify 95 stories of discrimination and disrespect on campus. 

Joshua Kam is generally well regarded by faculty and peers, when I meet him on Hope’s campus, he exudes politeness as he tells me why he stepped out of the choir formation on Sunday to disrupt his third and final Vespers concert as means to promote of his 95 Stories campaign.

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A frozen yogurt business is trying out the idea of making deliveries using a drone in Michigan.

A test run of Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt's drone delivery took place Tuesday at Hope College in Holland.

Dubbed "Project Flying Orange Unicorn," the business says it's planning to offer deliveries from its Orange Leaf Holland store located a few blocks from campus.

The effort is led by Jeremy Latchaw, franchise owner of Orange Leaf locations in Holland and Grandville.


Hope College has received a $500,000 grant to establish a summer faith institute for high school students.

The Holland Sentinel reports that Lilly Endowment Inc. supported the program called "Awakening."

It is designed to deepen high school students' faith and understanding of Christian theology.

The summer program will also help students see how their own faith calls them to service and explore the moral complexity of contemporary issues.