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Milestone volume 97

The flash of a memory; that iswhat

we are leftwith afterour fouryears at Hope College where we dedicated our minds to academic excellence and our spirits to becoming world changers. The lights that guided you from the academic buildings to the campus residences will always glow in your mind, The flash ofa camera ateach Hope event, like the traditional Pull, Nykerk Cup Competition, Homecoming Hoedown, and Spring Flingwere necessary totryto hold on to that moment forever. Here are those moments. Here are those lightsthatguided yourway and here are the times we long to relive from the Fall of 2013 through the Spring of 2014, Captured on these pages are those traditional moments along with the milestones of change and progress. Never let the lights dim or your memories fade. The Milestones of Hope liveforever, here. Hope College 141 E 12th Street, Holland Ml 616-395-7000 www.hope.edu President John C. Knapp Enrollments,388 2

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"The past four years have been an amazing mix of so many things; volleyball, dance marathon, friends, dorms, chapel, professors, play fair, DeVos fieldhouse, homecoming, and more, My Hope experience was so much more than I could have imagined."

HöiA\>eoöiA\ü\<3-20 \3 Unmasking Hope College October 2013 continued the Hope College Homecoming tradition! Relationships were formed among alumni, faculty, staff, and students. The weekend entailed Hope's Championship Athletics with home volleyball, soccer, and football games. Additionally, Saturday afternoon held the Taste of the South where families, groups, and students had plenty of space for an informal get together hosted by our new President John and Kelly Knapp, The upbeat energy carried onto Sunday mornings Homecoming Worship Service. IBrina Miltenberger ('14)

('14) Cr^wWeJl: Queen Marcy Rudins ('14) exclaimed, "Winning homecoming queen was such an honor and truly humbling moment. Although Ido wish that Icould give a piece ofthe crown to everyone and share it... I mean itisjust plastic..."

'The last four years have been the hardest, most challenging years of my life. Ihave grown into somebody that I a m proud of. Icould have never imagined a more perfect place to be. -'gr-cWSL

('14) "Embracing the vibrant Christian atmosphere Hope offers and receiving a wellrounded, diverse education, my time at Hope has inspired m e to keep encouraging, learning, and exploring.

L>eV lX R^e-ccj-Vv: King Kian Hashemi-Rad ('14), and Queen Marcy Rudins ('14) are congratulated by the rest of the nominated court during the Homecoming football halftime show.

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C^V\oe: "Every year Ilook forward to throwing on a pair of overalls, eating cider donuts, playing with baby farm animals, and getting my dance on at the homecoming hoedown!" -Amelia Townsend ('14)

P b j M ccVj:Flying Dutch take the field as a team with pride. Brandon Richardson ('14) explains, "Football isa brotherhood. We are allthere foreach otherjustlikefamily. One guy falls,we allpick him up."

feUMce Oi\: Despite the rain and overcast skies on Saturday, the college community neglected to letthe weather spoiltheir school spiritand they I cheered on theirThe Flying Dutch to a match against Adrian.


Orientation Weekend! Welcome to Hope College, Class of 201 7! On August 22, the incoming class of 830 students flooded the campus, families in tow. They were greeted by hundreds of returning students who had been on campus fordays, preparing a weekend-long celebration to make the new freshmen feel at home at Hope. Aftermoving in(withthe enthusiastic help ofthe orientation assistants),the new students participated in activitieswith their residence halls, improv shows and performances put on by the orientation team, an outdoor worship service, and many more events designed to say "welkom!" By the end of orientation weekend Hope started to feel like home, for both freshmen and returning students. |Mary Elizabeth Winther ('15)

Pe>s>Ver <S^le. Students flipthough the enormous books of posters available for sale at the annual poster sale, held inthe DeWitt loby. This poster sale is always a favorite feature of the firstfew weeks of school, and helps students add some color and personality to their new homes!

kA^v-e ll\ Daniel Prieskorn ('16) carries a mini-fridge into one of the residence halls on movein day. When students arrive on campus orientation assistants are waiting by the residence halls, ready to grab boxes and help the students and parents unload their cars. Soi orientation assistants evdn have competitions amorjg their teams to see wl carriesthe most fridgesi the building.

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öirööV-uC Students gather inthe pine grove on Monday night forthe annual "Groovin inthe Grove," an outdoor worship service that isalways a highlight of welcome weekend. The worship band lead the crowd through old favorites such as "AllThy Fullness," "FallAfresh," and "Thisis Amazing Grace." They also played some new songs, such as "Praise ~ Him." The orientation assistants line up around the perimeter of the gym inthe Dow, welcoming the freshman as they arrive at playfair! Playfair isone of the highlights of orientation, but the activitiesthat take place during thisevent are kept top secret from the new freshmen. The anticipation and mystery is allpart of the fun!

PuoUer Op: Nate Schuitema ('17) and Maxwell Tustin ('17) stop at the Milestone table at the activities fair,taking a minute to check out the yearbook and take a fun picture!

<S^jfp: Esther O'Connor ('17) and Sarah Peterson ('17)"dress up" with a polka dot bow tie and cool mustache.

CAeeSie: Sarah Carpenter ('17) and Katie Pniewski ('17) strike a sassy pose. The photo booth was a fun way to connect new students with the yearbook staff!

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The 166th Pull You give them three hours on the rope, they're going to take allthree hours. In the 166th Pull competition, intensity filled the air and the reality that itwas PullDay sprang to lifeas the Sophomore class of 2016 and the Freshman class of 2017 battled across the Black Riverinthe well-known tug-of-war battle. Three weeks of exhausting practices proved to be worth itwhen Pull Day arrived on Saturday, September 28th. Exerting every ounce of energy they had left,each team left it all on the rope. Coming off a three-year losing streak, the Sophomores finallytook the win for Even Year from the Odd Year Freshmen. With alumni and students flockingtothe river,the chants, yelling, and cheering could not be missed. | Mikayla Flolder ('17) O w e K^eV-cWe: Alex McLaughlin ('17) held the rope for a solid three hours on Pull Day, Coached personallyby DillonDeVries('15),the Odd Year Anchor Coach, Alex stood steady in his pit, also known as "The Black Hole."Alex's said that he couldn't have made itthrough Pull Season without his moraler, Laurel Hall ('17). After Pull Day, he said, "Those three weeks were some of the best of my lifethanks to the Odd Year Pullers, moralers, coaches and alumni."

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C a . u f U i w V\<e K&iMseviV After taking the entire three-hour time allotment for The Pull, Even Year sophomores came outvictorious, by a total of fifteen feet, over the Odd Year freshmen. Traditionally, the winning team celebrates in the Black River after the results are announced.

Kirstin Diepholz ('17) morales Drew Johnson ('17)while never taking her eyes off of the pull coaches that were throwing call sets from their perch upon on the stand.

Each side was swarmed with students, faculty, community members and Pull alumni. Both Even and Odd year alumni came to experiencethe 166th Pull. Many of them brought along younger family members or even other alumni to reminisce on their own Pull Days.

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<S^Jppe>rl: Teams gathered around the stage to listen toa survivortellher enchanting storyofthe fightagainst cancer. These stories of hope inspired students and volunteers alike to keep walking.

EllenAwad, Director of Student Life, took one forthe team as she volunteered to be pied in the face by fellow members of the Hope community. Promethians Collin McGran ('14) and BillGetschman ('14)jumped at the opportunity!

k^LppaP\vc: Some of the Dorians events included: sledding, a pajama party, and decoupage. Jamie Sloan ('14) said, "I enjoyed being a Rush Chair and being able to plan and execute the events. Its an experience that Ia m grateful to have had and loved being a part of the committee!" IcA^c Embodying the SIBtradition of friendship, love, and loyalty, Jeana Abnet ('14) and Kim Palmer ('16) pose for a picture during Sibylline's formal.

Alpfe Laurel Sutherin ('15), Camille Synder ('15), and Lauren Frazier ('15) get ready for "bra night" during Rush. Camille Synder ('15) said, "When Ifirst rushed, Iwanted to join a frat... They wouldn't really let you do that, but "bra night"changed my mind for a sorority that would let m e kick it likethe fratboy Ialways wanted to be." photo by: M a r y Kate Hoerr ('17)

John May ('15) raised money forthe ACS and in return shaved his head.

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:Teams participated inMinute to Win Itgames throughout the night winning some amazing relay for life gear.

More Birthdays Every Year The 11th annual Relay for Life at Hope College raised over $59,847 for the American Cancer Society. Students and cancer survivors came together to not only raise money for cancer research, but this years event increased cancer awareness, celebrated the lives of survivors, remembered those who lost their lives to cancer, and brought together a strong community in the fight against cancer. This year's Relay for Life committee was composed of six students: Ashley Blauwkamp, Brina Miltenberger, JulieSobieski, Kathn/nAhlgrim, Madeleine Ryan, Sarah Steed, and faculty adviser, Sarah McCoy. | Brina Miltenberger ('14) 12

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^ & « I I hoto by: g Alpha G a m m a Phi proudly took third inteam fundraising thisyear. In second was Casey & Friends and Motor Board brought in the most forthe American Caner Society.

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Theta G a m m a Piprides themselves on their diversity. One of their goals isto increase multiculturalism within Greek Life.

Those who are a part of Greek Life look forward to Rush week each year. Fraternities and sororities hold many fun events likecrafting and speed friending.Jamie Sloan ('14) said thisabout Rush:"Thispast rush season our theme was Dorian 8c Co. Home of the Finest Sisters on Earth. W e had a successful rush season, gaining 26 new members intoour organizationISome ofour events consisted ofa pajama party, speed friending, sledding, decoupage, and a progressive dinner." New members of these organizations look forward to gaining new friendships while representing friendship, love, character, fellowship, and faith. |Haley Beck ('15) Rush

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The 79th Nykerk Cup

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After an entire month of high energy rehearsals, meetings, and skits, the participants of the 79th annual Nykerk Cup Competition were ready to dazzle the audience with theirperformances. Atthe end of the night, afterthe judges had seen hilarious plays, moving speeches, and beautifully sung and choreographed songs, the freshman class of 2017 was announced as the winning class! However, what most of the participants took away from the experience wasn't winning or losing, but the relationships and memories that were forged during the Nykerk season. |Mary Elizabeth Winther ('15)

V-colöfj Ci<eer: Odd year play coach Catherine Liang ('15) raises the Nykerk cup high, celebrating the odd year win. Liang issurrounded by play coach Abby Wilhelm ('15), executive board member Laurie Jellison ('15), and song motions coach Kasey Wierzbicki ('15).

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Tr*e^-s>ure HuwV: The odd year play girlstake the stage performing their play entitled "Sparrow in Deo." The play featured a cast of crazy characters, including pullers, moralers, song girls, professors, and even Captain Jack Sparrow, in search of treasure! 14

Freshman orator Gabrielle Gazall ('17) uses graceful motions to add to the imagery and poignancy of her speech. She was coached by Rachael Kabagabu ('15) and Claire Tally ('15).

Gelekrai-e: The odd year Nykerk participants floorthe floor of the Holland Civic Center after the class of 2017 was announced as the winners of the 79th Nykerk Cup Competition. For many participants, Nykerk isa highlight of theirtime at Hope. Song coach Kasey Wierzbicki said "Nykerk isthe most stressful, challenging, and absurd tradition I'veever been a part of. Itwas a hectic and tiresome four weeks, but they were the most rewarding weeks of my x .ScxVeew r• v life!" The even

year song girlshitthe final note of their song, which was a Disney medley entitled "Once Upon a Time." The medley was arranged by coach Sara Wielenga ('14).

«^e>w^ Ä r l Directing song coach Marie Dollar ('15) leads the odd year song girls intheir rendition of 'You Can't Hurry Love." Dollar said about her experience: "Most song girlscame inonly knowing a few girls, but seeing the friendships form throughout those three weeks was so rewarding. Ihope that the bonds those girls made willlast throughout theirfour years at Hope and beyond. Nykerk is something that only Hope can offer, and I'm so grateful that I've been able to be a part of it. 15


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A TVe -As, The set for "As You Like It" included a balcony and a forest.

Hope College Theatre "As You Like It"by William Shakespeare and "The Playboy of the Western World" by John M. Synge were two plays that were showcased thisyear by Hope's theatre department. The other two plays, "Oh, the Humanity" and "Middletown" both by WillEno, also played on the mainstage. |Haley Beck ('15 )

l<Aei\UAj: Christopher Mahon, played by Connor Hernandez ('17), looks at his reflection inthe mirror as he seeks shelter inthe alehouse. Identity plays an important role inthe play, where the word "playboy develops different meanings throughout the production.

Ca-plur-eJl: Christy Mahon, the main character in "The Playboy of the Western World," struggles to get away after being roped in by supporting characters.

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The theme of social expectations played a key role in this play. The main character attempted to kill his father, which represents getting rid of certain societal expectations.

K^JLJl\eV<^u/V\: This melancholy playspeaks ofthe sense of purpose we have in our lives. However,our despair seems to chain us to reality, and we cannot escape the certainty of death .

f4oÂŁ=A^LWev\ IcAevAclj: Touchstone, played by Cameron Pratt '14), and Rosalind, played by Molly Murk '16), talkabout love inthe Forest of Arden, as Corin, played by Theo Zucker ('16), looks on inthe background.

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"Itreally isan honor to participate inVespers. Music issuch a powerful tool to communicate emotion and stories. Ilove Vespers not only because it'sa beautiful Christmas tradition, but because itis an act of worship. W e are given the opportunity to worship the King. To celebrate Jesus' birth -who was born in a stable and later died on a cross and rose again so that we may know lifeto the fullest in Him. Ilove Vespers because as we make music, Ia m reminded of God's great and deep love for us."

"I G e l e k r a - V e Vespers Saturday, December 7: Exactly 72 years ago, the firstyeipers performance was showcased on Hope's campus. Thisyear, over 200 students participated in four performances over two days. In order to discover what Vespers looks like from the other side of the stage, we shadow one student as she sings her way through Vespers. At 7:30 am, her alarm goes off: she has a busy day ahead of her. At 9:00 am, the recording session starts, and this continues for almost three hours. At noon, the performers get a break, but they have to be back soon forthe firstperformance at 4:30 pm. After the one and a half hour show, she gets a dinner break Her final call time is 7:15 pm. After this performance, she willbe ready to head home for some much deserved rest. IHaley Beck ('15) H-UM,: These violinists work hard andplay hard during the performances. Alicia Schubert ('15) says, "Perhaps Vespers is so popular among the Holland community because of its , atmosphere-Dimnent Chapel holds a unique sense of peace, reverence, and joy during Vespers, one that I have found exists only at those four services each year. Itcould be that the popularity of Vespers isalso due to its familiarity-though the program is different every year, the tradition of Vespers remains constant."

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('IS) "Ilikethe bonding time we have with our choir. W e do secret Santa gifts throughout the four performances which helps keep us all energetic and excited for the many performances."

OlvtAj: The College Chorus, Chapel Choir, and the orchestra all sing and play in unison during one of the performances. This year's concert featured over 15 songs and 5 speakers.

014) Joyful Flute Choir plcjys one of their jDieces on the balcony. Marie Schrampfer ('15) says, "Ionce read a book where the characters were looking out over a beautiful landscape, and one of them said that they thought the beauty was part of the gloryofHeaven thathas strayed down to earth, for there is so much gloryinHeaven thatitis easy for itto spill over every now and again. IthinkthatVespers isa part of that glory, too, and being able to participate in that is my favorite thing about being in Vespers." 18

H^uTlHc-Wy: The orchestra awaits the choir's processional. They played several pieces, including "Dona Nobis Pacem" and "Variations on a Shaker Melody."

<j-söUei\14^4: Choirdirector, Brad Richmond, lightsthe candles of the students leading the processional. This is one of the few times real candles are allowed on campus,

<ÜU\e: Flute players, Marie Schrampfer ('15) and Stephanie Stover ('15) play atop the balcony. The flutechoir performed two songs during the show.

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OkSLpel Dimnent Memorial Chapel Attending Chapel on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday mornings as well as the Gathering service on Sunday nights are some of the ways Hope students choose to engage inreligious praise on campus. Every service includes songs and a speaker. A longer sermon isgiven on Sunday nights. |Michelle Brandle ('17) TCiK-e: During the Christmas season, the chapel is decorated beautifully with poinsettia flowers, Christmas trees, garlands, red and gold ribbons, and lights. The Christmas Gathering is one of the most attended servicesof the school year where students like to get dressed up to match the Chapel's fancy look.

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«S>per^ -cw C>ec>: The large colorful stained glass window, found inthe back of the balcony, isone of the most notable things about the chapel. The school's anchor symbol and motto "Spera in Deo" which isLatin for "Hope in God" are featured inthe center in reference to the verse Hebrew 6:15, "We have this hope as an achor to the soul..."

WörsAvCp: The Chapel services are always jam-packed with students waiting to sing, hear the speaker, and read and understand the daily scripture verses.

"Being here [at chapel] with students who also want to worship together isa really great experience."

"Attending Chapel lets you take a pause from the craziness of the day to think about what really matters."

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GTrwesAe* V-ÜteurreB-l: Some speakers, such as Ernesto Villarreal of multicultural education, really capture studenfs attention during chapel services.

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GelekraJ'e: No matter the score, the Dew Crew shows school spirit and pride just likeAleksandra Masiak ('17) with a rivalry flag.

6iUY£>: As Durfee Hall is known to house some crazy guys, the front two rows of Dew Crew tend to be those enthusiastic, entergetic Durfee guys who never back down at cheering for their favorite team. Dew Crew comes together as one, whether you live off campus, live in VanVIeck to Durfee, each member isWelkom to join and support the best Dill collegiate basketball teams out there, Hope College.

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Pui\Vv) Pa-oes^: Freshman ladies Lisa Rosema ('17) and Haley Krommendyk ('17) are enjoying themselves as they pose for a picture with these funny props.

PxocVeiM.-evdf:Thisgroup offriends is taking a break from the action and getting some drinksbefore they head back out onto the dance floor. A lot of students enjoy Winter Fantasia because they get to dress up, dance, and mingle with friends for a few hours.

IV^RJ^ KlOHGALSiO^: This January the Concert Series hosted a concert by Ingrid Michaelson. Tickets were sold out soon aftertheywent on sale. Many ofthe students were very excited to attend and listen to this very talented artist. This event was perhaps one of the favorites of the students at Hope College. AdverU^uv^-: Concert Series does a phenomenal job at keeping the students and faculty up to date regarding any upcoming events. They make multiple posts on social media sites and hang posters allover campus to advertise forallof their events.

Students at Hope love to attend concerts with friends and listen to the variety of artists play. One of the students' favorite concerts thisyear was the Ingrid Michaelson concert. Inthe picture on the left, Ingrid performs in the Knickerbocker Theatre. On the top, a group from Dykstra get ready to attend the concert, and on the right, a freshman (Melissa Lamberts) takes a picture with Ingrid after her concert.

&.e>e>lA\iM3_Ve L&ve.: Roommates Samantha Klokkert ('16) and Katelyn Cunningham ('16) spend the night dancing with friends. Sam Klokkert says, "Winter Fantasia was my favorite night of the spring semester so far! Itwas a great time to get to dress up, eat "classy" foods, and dance the night away. Also, the photo booth iswhere I made some of my best memories."

iri Mightof Can’tStop, W o n ’tStop Nothing can stop the Winter Fantasia dance! As a huge snow storm hit much of the Midwest, students were dancing the night away at Winter Fantasia. Because of the unsafe road conditions, the Student Activities Committee took quick action and moved the location of the annual winter dance from the Amway Grand Flotel indowntown Grand Rapids to the Flaworth Inn and Conference Center here on campus. That proved to be a smart move. Over half a foot of snow fellon January 25th while many students hitthe dance floor. |Flaley Beck ('15) Winter Fantasia

"Ingrid was amazing. She ^couldmnake money being a comedian." - Ir-ewe

Dylan Delapa ('14) and his friend pose at the appetizers table, where they get a delicious bite to eat.

One of the popular things to do at the dance istake pictures in the photo booth. Students receive a photostrip like thisone to take home with them.

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O ^ K o e r V . S s e r C e s * "A musical melting pot" The concert series group plans and coordinates a wide variety of musical shows throughout the year. Concert Series has hosted many musical artists and groups over the years. This yeqr Concert Series has put on shows by Youth Lagoon, Derek Webb, Jamaican Queens, Ingrid Michaelson, and Gardens & Villa. Each of these artists dre^ different intheirtypes and styles of music. Each artistor group has a unique touch to their music that makes itspecial. Because each group or artist isso different, the students of Hope College have an great time finding a concert that interests them to attend. | Laurel Sutherin ('16) Concert Series

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Stephanie Lyons ('16)describes her experience with the littlehero Noelle, "Iwas so blessed to be able to have the opportunily to dance for 24 hours to raise money for kids likethiscutie. Itwas hard but so worth itseeing her smiling face throughout the night."

"For the Heroes" March 7th - March 8th, Hope College hosted its 15th Dance Marathon. One hundred sixty-five thousand, fifty-seven dollars and eight cents was thisyear's record setting total. $165,057.08 isthe highest total in the 15-year history of Dance Marathon at Hope College. Not only did 2014 set a new record high fundraising total, but we also saw a record high participation of eight hundred and forty-eight students. Furthermore, the 15-year total for Hope College Dance Marathon isa remarkable $ 1,307,698.11 forthe Helen DeVos Children's Hospital in Grand Rapids, Ml. |Brina Miltenberger ('14)

TVe UAUe Amazing children and families represent the heart and soul of Dance Marathon at Hope College. These childrenand theirfamiliesare the face of Helen DeVos Children's Hospital for the hundreds of Hope students who participate in the marathon each year. One ofthese little heroes ispictured left as she enters the gym for the beginning ceremonies of the 2014 Hope College annual Dance Marathon. The kids and families love to be a part of the event each year and their stories fuel the dancers.

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^^\\oe UA Y รถ u Cx'รถp. Members of the Hope College community line up to dance the nightaway whileraisingmoney for Helen DeVos children's hospital. Not one dancer got offtheirfeet for 24 hours!

Rachel Slotman( 14], Abbie Zuidetveen n 41,and Katie Pimmler p 4) dressed u p in honor ofthe American theme o the night. There are costume themes throughout the night

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Live bands were present to keep dancers on their feet and grooving to the beat.

Y :Dream Team members lead a group ofdancers and moralers in stretches during the annual event. Throughout the event the Dream Team keeps up the energy and atmosphere of the students -making the event unforgettable.

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One way that Hope students stay fitand have fun op-campus isparticipating inintramural sports. Men^women, and coed teams are alloptions forstudents to join along with theirfellow friends and classmates. Intramural director Mary Vande Hoetwishes to "inviteeach [student] to participate inat least one event during the academic year." Intramural sports promote having fun with both petfT and old friends, staying healthy and fit, and encouraging good sportsmanship among all participants. There's also a very valuable tee-shirt involved. |Michelle Brandle ('T?)

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(V) <^e<Mf<$>e &.*evers>*e: The champion men's flag football team of upperclassmen had a record of 6-1 this season. Intramurals are a perfect study break and way for students to stay active! -UHsloe'7: Leslie Kempers ('15) and Tim Hoffman ('15) had a season with a 6-1 standing. To this competitive tennis duo love means nothing.

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ke^LV-a\<£ A Student Congress President, Ashley Fraley ('14), introduced commencement speaker Dr. Sonja Trent-Brown to the students, families, and Hope community members attending the graduation ceremony. Fraleys leadership to the class of 2014 and to the student body as a whole made her the perfect person to address her peers at graduation. Her passion for Hope and strong leadership abilities have effected Hope in a way that will never be forgotten.

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^r*e wWssse j£>ur Dr. Sonja Trent-Brown was the firstand last member of the Faculty to formally address the class of 2014, urging them to liveintentionally.

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Student-Professor relationshipsisone ofthe greatest characteristics of Hope College. These relationships make forsuch outstanding academics, research, and leadership opportunities. Prior to the Commencement address, Mallory Smith ('14) of the graduating class presented the 50th "Hope Outstanding Professor Educator (H.O.P.E.) Award to Stein Slette, assistant professor of kinesiology. The award, first given in 1965, is presented by the graduating class to the professor who they feel epitomizes the best qualities of the Hope College educator.

kw^Lpp s* P-crsA: Thiswas the first Commencement inthe presidency of Dr. John C. Knapp, who became the college's 12th president on July 1, 2013. The president spoke about histravels to meet Hope alumni to ensure the class of 2014 that they would be welcomed into a network of graduates who are proud of their alma mater.

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Help-ovj- O U c e r ^ Spring Break Immersion Trips Ever/year, a large number of Hope students sacrifice theirpotentially relaxing spring breaks in order to help those in need. Over 200 students participated inSpring Immersion and Service Tripsthisyear, traveling throughout the United States, as well as abroad. Many students worked with ministries, serving food to the homeless and learning how to create a sustainable solution to homelessness. Some spent their time rehabilitating homes damaged during Hurricane Sandy, while yet others learned about diversity, community development, human trafficking,and immigration. |Haley Beck ('15) Jared Bollaert ('16), Jana Witulski ('17), Chalalai Chomchan ('16), and Faith Potgiesser ('16) spent their time feeding the hungry and rebuilding houses in Staten Island, New York. Faith Potgiesser ('16) said, "My favorite part was getting to hear allthe testimonies from my group and the testimonies of the many people we came incontact throughoutthe week! Itisamazing how the Lord blesses you when you you willing give of yourself for the betterment of others!"

(^c^A, L-^v-e P-eefle: Students in Newark, New Jersey spent a good amount of time out in the Newark community. Joseph Helder ('15) said, "The team working with North Reformed Church in downtown Newark spent theweek learningabout urban missions and a perishmodel ofministry. We focused on the first step of ministrywhich is forming relationships and loving others, through eating withthe community members and the people North Reformed servesfood to every week day,"

Öluc3J-ce>i\: Olivia Volkmann ('16) and Katie Miedema ('16) pose with some kids during their immersion trip in Rohoboth, New Mexico. When they weren't helping children at school and meeting other community members, theirgroup went hiking.

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Caxv-Ux^ PV -oewAs^-cp^: Catherine Koloian ('15), Rachel Draeger ('15), Julia Slopsema ('15), and Rachel Lamb ('15) all strike a pose with their cleverly carved pumpkins during Halloween. Rachel Draeger '15)said "justgettingto hang outwith [my best friends] every day ismy favorite part of living inour cottage."

Te> TVe Two Hope students pedal hard to try and maintain the greatest number of revolutions. Ifyou do not enjoy heights, this is not the game foryou! But itiscertainly one of the favorites.

T\<ej SV ö ö V, T W j Evan Rügen ('14)and a friendrace tothe basketwhileattached toa bungee cord. Many spectators stood around watching players' expressions as they fought hard against the bungee cord. Ultimately, the bungee cord won.

PY-oeV\As=>F<m t U£e: SaraWielenga ('14), ErinDrews '14),Marcy Rudins ('14),JulieCioffi('14),Jenna Banas '14), Sarah Zielinski('14), and Lauren Kokum ('14) are allexcited to livewith each other again thisyear.This is theirsecond year livingtogether inthe same cottage.

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UUle A student losthis balance on the ladder climb and fellonto the inflatable mattress. The obstacle course was another popular game where individuals would climb, stumble, and race theirway to the slide at the end.

CXd\ Oöl\ During exam week the men of Reese Cottage decided to take a study break by playing inthe snow. They borrowed some shovels from neighbors and created this mountain. The guys also enjoyed snowball fights and football games intheir lawn with roommates and friends.

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Voorhees a jolly Good Fellow... Voorhees Hall may be one of the oldest buildings on campus, but what itlacks in airconditioning itmakes up for in quirky charm and fun-loving residents! RA Kathryn Shanklin ('16) said, "Ilove how homey itis.The classy lobby, the wood that accents the entire building, and the ivythat grows on the outside make itwhat itis. Some may be annoyed by what accompanies the age of the building, but itmakes The dorm enjoys Speedfriending m e love itallthe more." | Mary Elizabeth Winther ('15) with President and

"The Voorhees R.A. staffwould liketo wish you good luck on your remaining exams and a Merry Christmas!"

Mrs. Knapp. The orange team shows off theirteam spirit during the Heez's second annual capture the flag event. This event took place inthe pine grove, where the two teams competed for bragging rights. Tö^eJ-ter; clusters I-3 and 1-4 are enjoying some much needed time together. Dykstra is known forcreating strong friendships between clustermates.

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(Tsu-cTavj: Proving how festive they are, these Dykstra women braved the There once was a residence hall nestled in the corner of Hope College. It cold temperatures and went Christmas was named "Dykstra" and this was where many of the freshman girls lived. caroling. This year, these ladies created a team for Dance Marathon and raised

over $7500 for the Helen Devos Children's Hospital. They also participated in Other fun events like doughnut runs, going Christmas caroling, and even "pied" their RAs in the face. Karina Winkelman ('16) says, "My favorite thing about Dykstra isthat you never know what may happen in the cluster. Nothing surprises m e anymore. Itmay be a sillyreenactment of a Nicholas Sparks' movie or a cluster-mate holding theirtearful friend. Great, unforgettable moments occur in the cluster, whether they are extra goofy or extra meaningful." | Haley Beck (T 5) 36

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Front Row Seat to the Pine Grove Ifthe walls of Van Vleck could speak, they would have many stories to tell. Itisone of the oldest and smallest residence halls on campus, housing only 38 women at one time. This allows the residents to create a unique bond with each other. "Since Van Vleck isso small, it'seasier to make close friends with the other girlsyou live with," says Janna Köllen ('17). IHaley Beck ('15)

TurUej T>ü\i\er: The women share a Thanksgiving meal together. They used this time to catch up with one another and share what they were thankful for.

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-Lichty Hall housed a wide variety of 48 freshman and sophomore students, Stephanie Smith, the Lichty Hall Resident Director, said, "Lichty isthe smallest co-ed dorm on campus which allows for a close-knit community." From student-athletes to a wide range of majors, the hall was always busy with people coming in and out. Inthe beginning of the year, Lichty took a hiking tripout to the beach were they all bonded in the windy weather! For being one of the smaller dorms on campus, Lichty was cönstantly abuzz withliyely life. IMikayo\ Holder ('17)

Phelps Hall also held a "speed-phriending" event inMaas, where residents dressed up and got to know one another inthe style of speed-dating.

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Located on the southside of Hope's campus, Wyckoff housed women on the firstfloor and men on the second and third floors. Richard Medina ('17) said, "We're a good community that's open with each other, which allows us to get pretty close." The community of Wyckoff was close to each other, especially on each other's floors. Between the freshmen and the sophomores, itproved to be a good balance forthe year with the sophomores helping the incoming freshmen. |Mikayla Holder ('17) Karen Moreno ('16) and Ohanes Khacherian ('16) play fight inthe hallway. They both enjoy how close Wyckoff isto everything on campus and the welcoming atmosphere.

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According to itsresidents, Phelps Hall islbe best place to live. Named afterthe very first president of Hope College, Phelps Hall is comprised of 160 underclassman who are known for having lofsxpf "phun". Of course, eveiyone loves the fact that they don't have to don coatsfhats, and mittens every time they want to eat dinner, and residents love leavingHheir doors open so they can see their friends walking by. Phelps also puts omsome unique events throughout the year. This fall, students went apple-picking at a local orchard. They also had a pick-a-date event this year. |Haley Beck ('1ok

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"My home away from home." Cook Hall, originally built forthe 1997 school year, was later expanded in 2006 and today houses around 250 students. This air conditioned, co-ed dorm typically holds upperclassmen students, and contains one of the two dining facilities on campus. Cook's residents and RAs both love living in Cook. IMichelle Brandle ('17)

KeAleW H clU F u V\: Kollen Hall Resident Assistants hosted a Euchre Tournament for the residents to participatein.Euchre isa tricktakingcard game played in groups of four.The game was popularized in the US by Cornish and Pennsylvania Dutch. Below isa picture of one of the many groups of "Kollenites" playing this game inthe lobby of the dorm.

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'y^udldloes. Students are more than willing to help others on theirwork.

The Cultural Melting Pot Scot Hall ishome to the Phelps Scolars, a unique program that allows kids from all over the world live and learn together in close community. Described by most as a "learning community", Scott Hall invites students to "learn about what makes each culture unique, but also find c o m m o n ties to unite us", as freshman Oliva Skatrud ('17) said. |Nicolette DeSantis ('17)

"The people are the best. Ilove the varied backgrounds that are represented."

"Where Friendships Blossom"A Koljen Hall was built in 1956 in honor of Hope's second president, Dr. GJ. Kollen. The dorm was renovated in 1994. Originally, Kollen Hall was an all male dormitory, however now ishome to both males and females. The women live inthe West halls while the males live in the East halls. This dormitorry has 144 rooms housing 292 freshman and sophomore students. Kollen isknown for being a dorm filled with friendly, outgoing and livelystudents. The dorm holds many special traditions that are carried out each year. ILaurel Sutherin ('15)

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The Coolest Guys on Campus Being the onlyall-male dorm on campus, Durfee Hall has builtup quite the reputation. The infamous "Club Durf" is possibly the largest event the guys put on each semester. New thisyear, Durfee residents Blaine Wierzbicki fl 7), Alexander Corbin ('17), and Ryan Arndt ('17) came up with a thoughtful way to help the Holland community during the holiday season. They began something called the "Durfee Hall Christmas Project," where the residents, with the help of other dorms on campus, raised a total of $1,100. They used this money to buy Christmas dinner, children's presents, and gift cards for four families. The project was so successful that the guys promised to bring itback next year. | Haley Beck ('15) Durfee

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ÄltAvor-e "There is a fawn in the lobby!" With 2013 marking ifs50th year here at Hope, Gilmore Hall isa great place to live.The 112 freshmen and sophomores housed inGilmore consider ita great place to live. Besides "speed-friending" with the Durfee boys, the Gilmore girls love to get involved on campus, and are known to always bring a smile to the room. When the comedy group, Upright Citizens Brigade, came to campus they played off the of the dorm's warm and friendly atmosphere in one of their hilarious skits. The Resident Director inGilmore isKendra Deloof, and she is very close with her team of amazing residential life staff. IAleksandra Masiak ('17) Gilmore


2014^ This year has been quite interesting to say the least! The spring semester of 2014 was delayed two whole days because of a massive snowstorm (nicknamed "Snowpocalypse 2014") that hitmost of the Midwest. Students also had one and a half additional days off a week later because of snowfall and windchill. This crazy winter didn't stop there, and the weather didn't begin to warm up until mid-April. IHaley Beck '15 ,

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C-รถWoerV: Another popular event this year was Ingrid Michaelson performing at the Knickerbocker. Michaelson, a pop artist, was so popular that her show was completely sold out. Here, freshman Melissa Lamberts stands with the singer outside afterthe show,

^<MA\-ew\<er-e: Students with cars on campus found themselves digging out of their parking spots more than a few times thiswinter. There was sometimes so much snow that cars were almost completely covered in the fluffy white stuff.

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PrcAC : Mortar Board's Second Annual Frisbee Golf Tournament went off without a hitch... well almost. The day the tournament was scheduled forpromised rainyweather, so playerswere forced towaita week before taking to the course. Frolfersfrom allover campus came out in hopes of winning the green jacket, as well as the everpopular frolftrophy. Allof the participants had a lot of fun and are eagerly looking forward to next year's tournament.

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T^ll: A new game was being played in the Pine Grove this year. Spike Ball, which is a game where players bounce a ball to each other on a trampoline-like net.

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l The students learn to join service with their faith. To the left, Abbie Larink ('15) works at Nuestra Casa in Holland.

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P slII Comprised of Sophomores and Juniors, the Emmaus Scholars are from various backgrounds and have a variety of academic interests.Atthe beginning ofthe school year, the group went on a retreat where they got to know each other and became closer as a group.

Ca-S3_: After working at Nuestra Casa, the Emmaus Scholars spent time getting to know those they were serving. Pictured below are the students and faculty of Emmaus along with those who work at Nuestra Casa.

The group served at 8th Day Farms. WonWoo Chung ('15)saidthisday showed her how small choices we make on daily basis can help us become good stewards of God's creatoin.

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The Jock RidlVisitingWriters Series seeks to provide Hope College and the surrounding community with "diverse and rich literary experiences". VWS is currently directed by Hope English professor Pablo Peschiera. The intent of these events is for Hope students to learn be inspired to develop their own works. |Jaunine Hackmon ('16)

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Although John Tammi may have retired at the end of this academic year, his legacy willcontinue on inthe students at Hope College. A faculty member since 1968, the very year the department of theatre was established at the college, Tammi has been a beacon of knowledge and experience. In 1972 he even founded the Hope Summer RepertoryTheatre as the artistic director. Looking back over the years, Tammi finds it difficult to identify one stand-alone highlight of his career, "There have been several memorable high points along the way [moving into a brand new theatre, launching the Hope Summer Repertory Theatre, leading May Terms to Ireland, ourveryactive association withthe American College Theatre Festival], but ultimately itwill be the community of people, the many faculty and students, with whom Ihave had the privilege and pleasure of working with." ITessa Schultz ('15)

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Hope’s 12th President The inauguration of Dr. John C. Knapp, held during homecoming weekend attracted representative of colleges and universitiesallover the world. The ceremony featured songs from Hope's choirs and prayers led by past and present faculty and staff of the college. The Knapp family has been warmly welcomed intothe Hope community. In order to help build this community, the Knapps have hosted various events for Hope students in their backyard. |Jaunine Hackmon ('16) > r ki

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The Future of Health Care As a National Health Pre-Professional Honor Society, Alpha Epsilon Delta isa club dedicated solelyto helping those students going into the pre-professional health care tracks. Offering various seminars and development opportunities along with presentations m a d e by alumni and fellow upperclassmen, AED aids in the growth of c o m m o n interests between students. To kickoffsecond semester, AED hosted a g a m e nightto get back into the swing of things. The club played games like Operation to practice for their future professions! | Mikayla Holder ('17)

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Following the ceremony, the Presidents' Room in Graves Hall was open to allow the portraitsofthe past presidents of Hope to be viewed.

Oe\ekra-U^V\:To continue the celebration, a reception was held. Knapp and his wife Kelly mingled with guests, receiving congratulations and many warm welcomes.

:Hope VaWUI- W-cJle £Tvei\l: In View addition to members of the students were invited to Hope community, faculty celebrate the Christmas members of institutions season by singing carols as around the world gathered to the Christmastree outsidethe honor the new president. Knapps home was lit.

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Professor Carrasco De Miguel was born and raised in Spain. She came to America to attend school at Kalamazoo College in Kalamaoo, Michigan. She then attended Western Michigan University for grad school. Carrasco teaches Spanish here at Hope College but also holds other positions on campus. She is the advisor of Alpha G a m m a Phi sorority.and sitson commitees such as the CIS technology committee and the diversity committee. Carrasco loves teaching at Hope and trulyenjoys the students and faculty she works with on a day to day basis. She loves how kind the students are and how administration reallyseems tovalue the faculty. She also lovesthatthe students have so many oppurtunities. Berta's kind, fun, and loving personality makes her a favorite among her students. | Laurel Sutherin ('16)

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V-c K c -Gl Pull: Adam Payne ('15) and Nathan Winter ('15) pulled this invasive vine species at the Hope College Nature Preserve.

feAur-e ?rÂŤes>-erve: The Biology Club gathered together to clean up the Hope College Nature Preserve. Sometimes they got distracted from cleaning by cool bugs or plants.

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Baker Scholars Program The Baker Scholar mission is "To develop our leadership potential through meaningful conversation with professionals and practitioners in allfields,through experiences includingtripsto large metropolitan areas, and through a commitment to continuous learning." |Jaunine Hackmon ('16)

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6?röUp<M\: Below isa picture of the Baker Scholars visiting Groupon in Chicago. They met with Brian Schipper a Hope graduate who works with the company.

£Txplc>rBJ-ca>Y\. Each year the Baker Scholars visit various major citiesacross the country and around the world to get a glimpse into what they might be doing in their future careers. This year, the international trip took the group and their faculty advisors, Vicki TenHaken and Martha LaBarge, to Shanghai, China during Spring Break 2014

Keel & <^r>eet: Below, parents of Chinese Hope students, along with Hope faculty, alumni, and friends, gathered in Shanghai to meet the current Scholars.

Everyyear the Hope Alcor Mortar Board hosts a Friendship Prom. This event provides a fun time for people of allages with various disabilities.

Below, Mortar Board presents Woodside Elementary witha check forbuying the school new books.

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TVreAA/ers* Ca.us.-e: One of the activities at the group's retreat was creating the marshmallow throwers that are seen to the right.The group |sellsthisfun and unique tool to whoever might be interested. The money isgiven to the various causes that Hope Mortar Board supports throughout the year. photo by: Rachel Slotman ('14)

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IwVer In addition to Chicago a Shanghai, the group visited N York Cityand Lansing, Michigan 1 school year. Above is a picture the group at one the business they toured while in Shanghai.

PuWAplCws, ru/-cUv CACA.: To celebrate 'the Fall season, Mortar Board joined with CASA to help elementary aged kids from the Holland - community carve pumpkins. Pictured above is Joe Adamson ('14) helping a student.

Awa_rcCw-öi\i\ci\<§- Yea_r :At the 2013 Mortar Board National Conference, faculty advisor Dr. Dianne Portfleet was given the "Excellence inAdvising" award. The Hope Alcor chapter was also given the Golden Torch Award. Mortar Board

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Tom Renner is the director for Hope's Public & Community Relations Department. Although he will be retiring at by June 2014, Renner will continue his involvement with the Hope community as a volunteer. Some of his continuing tasks will include writingthe thirdchronicle of Hope's athletic historyfrom 1970 through 2013. Having been at Hope since 1967, Renner helped to develop the Public & Community Relations department which oversees the college's news outlets "Hope Today" and "KnowHope", sports information and media relations programs; and multiple publications included the "News from Hope College" magazine. He has also served as the primary college spokesperson and photographer caputuring more than 500,000 images of college related events. Although Renner has retired as of 2013, he can stillbe seen at major campus events taking photos.

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Mary Inman

Vicki Isola

Doug Iverson

Stacy Jackson

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David James

Lynn Japinga

Michael Jipping

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Barbara Johnson

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Krista Liverance

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'Pra e > O t e i A \ C i u b Science! The BioChem Club partners withthe Hope College chapter of The American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Undergraduate Affiliate Network to prepare Hope College students for the workplace, while also promoting Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. The BioChem Club has hosted speakers and outreach events as well as conducting journal club and bioethics discussions. IAleksandra Masiak ('17)

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Lö InJIö Vv:"Ia m taking a variety of courses that apply both to m y major and minor as well as Gen Ed requirements at Hope. My most memorable experience isgoing to Brighton, which is a seaside town in England about three hours from central London. Also, visiting Buckingham Palace while itwas open for the Queen's 50th anniversaiy of her coronation. Meeting all of these amazing new people is definitely something Iwill cany with m e for the rest of m y life. The whole experience has helped m e grow as a person and an adult. I have become more independent and m y whole world view has completely changed. You have no idea how being abroad can shapeyouuntilyou actuallydo it."|BrittanyLawson

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Alexis Rivers ('16) visited Beunos Aires, Argentina. She ispictured standing with two tango dancers in a neighborhood called La Boca, Argentina. This neighborhood isknown for iscolorful houses as well as being the site of the Boca Juniors Futbol Club (Soccer Club). Alexis also got to visit Estancia de Candelaria in Montevideo, Uruguay with some of the friends she has mad e in the program. "We had a long weekend so some of my friends and Idecided to go there. Ithas a lot of wide open spaces and activities to do things such as swim and ride horses." Another beautiful site she visited was Basilica de Lujan, a Catholic church in a city called Lujan.

PWÖUj :Michael De Witt ('15), Benjamin Smith ('15), and Dylan Korzetki ('14), all sociology majors with an emphasis in criminal justice, met up in Philadelphia, PA instead of back in Holland for spring semester of 2014. At the Philadelphia Center the men took classes a few times a week, but focused most of theirattention on theirinternshipswith the District Attorney's Office. City living is a lot different than the "Hope bubble." The guys enjoyed walking or using public transportation, the variely of food options, and living in an apartment without campus policies. They got to meet and study with new people from other parts of the world with different cultural or political perspectives. They also took trips to Washington DC and learned a lot about our nation's beautiful history.

A.re>uvJl "As part of SIT program Istay with three different host families [across] Madagascar. One of the homestays was in a rural village called Ampilanonana in the highlands of Madagascar. There was no electricity or running water, a much slower pace of life,and an awesome community of people who allknow each other. My familyand most of the other villagers didn't speak any French, so Ihad to communicate using only Malagasy, which was very challenging but very rewarding since I've been learning itfor lessthan 2 months! !Pictured are m y host dad Laza, m e and the family cow. During the village stay m y host dad let m e milk the family's cow." |Lize Loubser ('15) Study Abroad

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The Communication Honor Society is named after Aristotle's three modes of persuasion. Declared Communication majors with a high academic standing inthe department are invitedtojointhisnational society. The C o m m Department always looks forward to the End of Year Celebration put on by LPH and thisyear's Celebration, headed up by Social Chair Nicole Glebe ('14), was an event to remember! IJustine Poe ('15]

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Virginia McDonough-Stukey

Ryan McFall

Chris Mendels

Kevin Mendels

Kim Mendels

Career Development Center

Biology

Computer Science

Kinesiology

Computing & Information Technology

HASP

Alyson Michner

(LcAj: LPH members did an extensive amount of research inthe field Jr-C • .. of communication thisyear and these Jenu Szatkowski students traveled to Los Vegas, NV to from the ^ areer Development center presenttheirfindings,, j°ined LPH fora lesson on Linkedln.

Patrick Morgan

Kyle Morrison

Henry Morrow

Carolyn Mossing

Megan Muenger

Chris Mulder

Van Wylen Libroiy

Kinesiology

Admissions Office

Health Services

Campus Safety

Transportation Services

Cheryl Meyer

Jeremy Meyer

Andrew Meyers

Stephanie Milanowski

Barbara Miller

Lori Mulder

Melissa Mulder

PhillipMunoo

Greg Murray

David Myers

April Myler

Education

Computing & Information Technology

Admissions Office

Office of Dean of Natural Sciences

Art

Admissions Office

Human Resources

Modem & Classical Languages

Religion

Biology

Psychology

Campus Safety

Michael Misovich

Katherine Mitchell

Jay Monson

Jesus Montano

William Moreau

Brian Morehouse

Andy Nakajima

Sara Neevel

Matthew Neil

Christine Nelson

Joe Nelson

Steve Nelson

Engineering

Campus Safety

Dining Services

English

English

Kinesiology

Modern & Classical Languages

Psychology

Kinesiology

Van Wylen Library

Athletics

Art

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Sam Nicholes

Karen Nordeil Pearson

Amy Norris

Mark Northuis

JillNutt

Sociology & Social Work

Kinesiology

Chemistry

Admissions Office

Kinesiology

FinancialAid

Terry Nyboer

Jacob Nyenhuis

David O'Brien

Patricia O'Brien

Carrie Olesh

Greg Olgers

Health Services

Von Raalte Institute

Van Wylen Library

Van Wylen Library

Admissions Office

F’ublic & Community Relations

Jared Ortiz

Jon Osborn

Amy Otis-DeGrau

Sabina Otteman

Holli Overbeek

William Pannapacker

Religion

Sociology & Social Work

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This organization has now been in existence for more than twenty academic years and is continuing to develop in terms of itsrecognition and itsinvolvement in the lifeof the students in the major. Each year the Student Organization participates incommunity service activitiesfor local human service agencies, including hat, mitten, and winter coat drives, food collections, fund-raisers, assistance with the annual Point-in-Time Homeless Count, making of sexual assault and domestic violence awareness ribbons for the Center forW o m e n in Transition, as well as others.

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Janet Pinkham

Rob Pocock

Katharine Polasek

Jeff Polet

William Polik

Brian Porter

Academic Support Center

Communication

Engineering

PoliticalScience

Chemistry

Economics, Management, & Accounting

Dianne Portfleet

Lynne Powe

Julie Powell

Christine Powers

Nate Price

Tahnee Prokopow

English

Public & Community Relations

Dance

Admissions Office

DeWitt TennisCenter

Biology

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Deone Quist

Kate Ralston

Margo Ramos-Kendall

Julia Rondel

Patrice Rankine

Biology

Communication

Admissions Office

Multicultural Education

Music

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I fceVureA: In both pictures to ljthe right and below are Phelps ?scholars presenting at the IJaunine Hackmon ('16) Undergraduate Research day. "Withthe FYSclasswe take together, we explore a wide &.-ccA^_rA P-L-cpp<c> has been a member of the Hope faculty since 1999. varietyoftopicsthatIdo notthinkI would have learned about ifIwas He is the conductor of many of Hope's orchestras in addition to serving as a ; notinthe program. Ithas really assocaite professor of cello/chamber music. He also serves as director for the I opened my eyes toracialissues, Symphonette. Piippo is highly involved in the Holland community, serving as among many otherthings,and for conductor of the Holland Youth Orchestra and principal cellistwith the Holland thatIam grateful!The thingsI Symphony Orchestra. He has worked with the Seminar at Western Michigan learned inthe program can be University during the summers as a conductor, solo performer, teacher, and applied inmy everyday life.Ilove coach. He also regularly serves as a clinician for secondary-school orchestral the community ofthe Phelps music programs. He is a cellist with the Detroit Symphony and the Quartet Scholars Program." _ Millennium. Hisworkwiththe DetroitSymphony has included toursofEurope, Japan - lcörs>Ve\\ (V) and Carnegie Hall, and numerous recordings. Piippo willremain inHolland forhis retirement. He completed both bachelor's and master's degrees atthe University ofWisconsin-Milwaukee ('70 and'75). Priortocoming toHope, he taught atWayne State University, Detroit Community Music School, and Oakland University. has been a part of the Hope community since 1977 teaching Theory and Criminology, Sociology, and Cultural Anthropology courses to name a few as part of the Social Work and Sociology department. During this time he also served as department chairperson for 15 years. Dr. Luidens was very involved with the students of Hope, being faculty advisor to the International Relations Club and leading classes to study in Tokyo and Jerusalem. Dr. Luidens ends his time as a professor receiving the Janet Anderson Outstanding Teacher Award of 2014. Before work at Hope, Dr. Luidens was a student here graduating in 1969. He then got a Masters of Divinityfrom Princeton Theological Seminary and PhD from Rutgers University. Dr. Luidens also had the privilege participating inthe Oxford Round Table at Oxford University. Inthe coming years, Dr. Luidens plans to write a book focusing on the missions work his parents have done. He also looks forward to having more time to devote to traveling and to his grandchildren. came to Hope In 1968 after attaining his Bachelor of Arts inSpeech and English from Gustavus Adolphus College and his Masters ofArtinTheatreArtsfrom the UniversityofMinnesota.He alsospent a significant period oftime studyingTheatre Historyatthe UniversityofStockholm. Although he only expected to be here fortwo or three years, he has been working at Hope invariouscapacitiesforover 40 years. Tammi taughtacting and theatre classes inaddition to directing many of the Theatre Department's plays and musicals. He isalsothe founding directorofHope's Summer RepertoryTheatre (HSRT).When reflecting on histime at Hope, Tammi has most enjoyed being able to collaborate with the students and working alongside such great colleagues. After histime at Hope isdone, Tammi looks forward to spending more time with his family and grandchildren. Although he will devote more time to travel and plans to stay active through skiing, golfing, and sailing, Tammi's love fortheatre willremain. •lc>Vv came to Hope in 1989 to serve as head of the Modern and Classical Languages Department, After teaching at Dartmouth College for 8 years, Dr. Agheana says he has reallyfound his place here at Hope. Inthat time, he hastaught a varietycoursesinItalian,Spanish, Spanish Literature,and theSpanish Golden Age. He also taught specialized language-courses in French, Italian, and Romanian forthe Sociology and Social Work department, along with a few classes in Spain and Mexico for the Modern and Classical Languages program. Dr. Agheana received his undergraduate degree from the University of Bucharest in Romania before receiving his Masters degree and PhD, both inSpanish Literature, from Harvard University. Dr.Agheana willmost miss the students here. Teaching has given him the most satisfaction. Afterso much structure he looks forward to adding spontaneity to his lifeand seeing what comes hisway, He may do some teaching and, because he findsita privilegetowork withstudents, he looksforward tooffering extra help to students with a sincere desire to go deeper intheir studies. Retirements

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Hope college developed the Phelps Scholars program to allow students to explore the individuality and uniqueness ina wide varietyof cultures. Scott Hall ishome to this special program and students can be a part of itupon coming to Hope as a Freshman. Itis a one year commitment including living in Scott Hall with otherstudentsfrom a varietyofculturesand taking a unique set of classes. Students in this program also participate infield trips and an array of conversations about topics of social issues. |Laurel Sutherin ('16)

VaA^ü -W-e A<b: The entirePhelps Scholars group meets two times each month to discuss a variety of issues, including topics like "Cross-Cultural Communication" and "The Role of Race inAmerican Sports." The group alsoattends other on-campus events and presents an eventforthe Hope campus once each semester. Each month the program holds off campus trips for the students. Thisyearthe students have gone to the World Music Festival and Lunar new year celebration in Chinatown inChicago, they visited the Islamic Center of America, Arab-American National Museam, North StartUnderground Railroad,and attended the Hispanic photo by: Phelps Scholars Festival.

"The Phelps Scholar Program provided m e with an instant community as soon as Iarrived on campus. Ihave enjoyed livingwith people from across the U.S. and the world. The tripsthat we have taken have been once-in-alifetimeexperiences, Ihave also grown in my appreciation forthe customs of different cultures. Professor Vega and Michael Brown helped m e make a smoother transition to college and welcomed m e rightfrom the start."

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Geoffrey Reynolds

Public & Community Relations

JointArchives

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Matthew Richardson

Brad Richmond

Michael Ricketts

Student Development

Music

Kinesiology

Jon Roden Kinesiology

Patricia Roehling

Lynn Roelofs

Daryn Rogers

JerryRoot

Jessica Root

Lindsey Luna Root

Peter Schäkel

Michael Schanhals

Alison Schantz

Joel Schekman

Sue Schierbeek

Becky Schmidt

Psychology

DeWitt Tennis Center

Counseling & Psychological Services

Campus Ministries

Admissions Office

Psychology

English

Kinesiology

Student Development

Music

Dining Services

Kinesiology

Cindy Sabo Health Services

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Kim Salisbury College Advancement

John Ruiter

Josh Rumpsa

BillRussner

David Ryden

Gwenda Schmidt

College Advancement

Kinesiology

Counseling & Psychological Services

PoliticalScience

Psychology

Debbie Sanderson

Elizabeth Sanfo'rd

Keirsten Schad

Cheryl Schairer

Lee Schopp

Heather Schultz

Leigh Sears

Michael Seymour

Ann Sharkey

Hope-Geneva Bookstore

Chemistry

Student Development

Kinesiology

Haworth Center

Kinesiology

Chemistry

Haworth Center

Office of Dean of Social Sciences

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Cheryl Shea

Louise Shumaker

Hope-Geneva Bookstore

Computing & Information Technology

Student Development

LuisSilva

Michael Silver

Kevin Singer

Gloria Slaughter

Stein Slette

Admissions Office

Chemistry

FinancialAid Office

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Mindy Smith

Nancy Smith

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Van Raalte Institute

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Campus Ministries

English

KrisSolomon

Jan Sommerville

JulieSooy

Gabe Southard

Sarah Southard

BusinessServices

Presidenfs Office

Music

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Mary Speet

Christian Spielvogel

Mary Scheerhorn

Greg Stafford

ChristyStatema

Shelley Stauffer

Campus Safety

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Elizabeth Steenwyk

Darin Stephenson

Mandy Stephenson

Joanne Stewart

Pamela Stockinger

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Deborah Sturtevant

Katherine Sullivan

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Sociology & SocialWork

Art

Debra Swanson

Todd Swanson

Kim Swartout

Robert Swierenga

Garret Szantner

Jena Szatkowski

Sociology & SocialWork

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Tackle O ^ U o e s ^ 7: Pictured abover are Chem Club officers and their Periodic Table made of frosted sugar Cookies. Leftto right: Co-Social Chair -Matthew Rolain ('16) Secretaiy -Grace Blank ('14) Vice-President -Nicholas Hubley ('14) President -Alexandra Benson ('14) Co-Social Chair -Gerardo Ochoa ('14) and Treasurer -Lauren Solosky ('14) 80 Staff/Chemistry Club

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Celebration of Undergraduate Research

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Throughout the academic year and summer, students join with faculty to research a vast variety of ideas and theories. This research isdone through programs such as Mellon and Phelps or simply because a student would liketo dig deeper into something that supports their area of study. Each year in April this research ispresented at the Celebration for the campus and Holland community. |Jaunine Hackmon ('16)

A.vdlr*eW teeo.\<er (’IS).- My research examines the problem of human disunily and separation from the perspective ofReformed Christiantheology. My paper asksthecentral questions: how does Christ'slife,death, and resurrection affect how humans reconcile, and accordingly how should the Church act? After examining a popular perspective on reconciliation, I recount the Biblical understanding.

C\Q: Our research focused on trying to determine ifa person about to receive news naturallymakes an inference about whether the news will be good or bad based on the length of the time lapse that occurs before the news is shared with them. Our results were highly significant, and we hope that this informationwillbe especiallyhelpfultothose inprofessions where the communication of bad news is a daily occurrence.

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6ic>We>W (\Q:Her research looksat 17th century French theatrethrough a case studyofMoliere, who isoften hailed as the Father of French Theatre. Maria explores his satiric style and the varied reactions of Moliere's contemporaries to his works. The research also examines the influencethatMoliere'sfriendsand enemies had on the evolution on hiswork and reputation.

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InterVarsity Club

Doreen Tank

Maria Tapia

Sandy Tasma

Gloria Taylor

Economics, Management & Accounting

Computing & Information Techonology

College Advancement

Biology

"InterVarsity Christian Fellowship has been haunting my life. When I was young, I thought Inteivarsity was something you studied in college, because allthe adults in my lifewere talking about it.So of course Iended up in a Christian college with an IV chapter, and I now understand why so many people in m y early lifewere involved. Itisan incredible communily of people dedicated to studying the Word of God." |Nathaniel Nelson ('17)

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Jenna Teater

Vicki TenHaken

Cheryl Terhaar

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Economics, Management & Accounting

College Advancement

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Craig Tommola College Advancement

Her-e, Fbcve a. Katie Cooper ('15), Hanna Szymczak ('16), and Yijun Liao ('14) helped bake cookies at one of Rebekah Givens ('15),^ Intervarsity's large group meetings in March. Karalyn Headley ('17), Caleb Billman, . Katherine Pitchford ('14), Lize Loubser ('15), Members of InterVarsity and Katrina Cuison ('15) attended the ^ac, sorne fun in snow playing IntervarsityCompelling Conference. broomball at a weekend retreat, Joel Toppen

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Sonja Trent Brown

LoriTrethewey

JillTrujillo

PoliticalScience

College Advancement

English

Psychology

JointArchives

Nursing

Gloria Tseng

JeffTyler

Kristin Underhill

Corey Valdez

Annie Valkema

Pamela Valkema

Dave Vanderwel

Gordon VanderYacht

History

Religion

Art

Chemistry

College Advancement

Religion

College Advancement

Kinesiology

Hope-Geneva Bookstore

Dawn Van Ark

Katharine Vance

Mary Vande Hoef

Connie Vandemark

Barbara VandenBerg

Michelle VanDenend

Rhonda VanDussen

Kristen VanDyke

Doug VanDyken

Kyle VanEerden

Grace Van Haitsma

Van Wylen Library

Mathematics

Kinesiology

Financial Aid Office

Van Wylen Library

Dining Services

Physical Plant

DeWitt Tennis Center

Business Services

Student Development

Economics, Management & Accounting

Bob Vanheukelom

Michael Van Lente

Stephanie Van Oss

Kent Van Til

Daryl Van Tongeren

BrianVanZanten

Dining Services

Music

Dining Services

Religion

Psychology

Kinesiology

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Scott Vanderstoep

Steve VanderVeen

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Mary Barbara Vandervliet Dining Services

Suzanne Vender Zee

Connie VanderZwaag Human Resources

David VanDoorne

Deborah Van Duinen

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Darlene Veenstra

Jose Velazquez

Roger Veldman

Kathleen Verduin

Barbara Vincensi

Physics

Theatre/Dance

Communication

Engineering

English

Nursing

Cynthia Vogelzang

Susan Volkers

VickiVoskuil

LisaVoss

Aimie Vredevoogd

Gary Vruggink

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Margie Wiersma

Susan Wilczak

Kendra Williams

Boyd Wilson

Mary Wilson

Michael Wilson

Computing & Information Technology

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Religion

College Advancement

Physical Plant

Martha Woldvogel-Warren Music

Patricia Walter

Kathy Waterstone

Barbara Weeber

Jane Weeda

Christine Wennersten

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Hope-Geneva Bookstore

Jacob Wingate

Kathy Winnett-Murray

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Meghan Witkowski

Charlotte Witvliet

Jennifer Wolfe

Campus Safety

Biology

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Dining Services

Psychology

Music

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Dr. Isolde Anderson is an ordained minister in the Evangelical Covenant Church having completed her Masters of Divinity at North Park University. Her undergraduate degree in Geology was earned at Smith College. She joined the Hope faculty in 2003 after completing her Ph.D. in Communication at Northwestern University in 2002. Dr. Anderson is now Chair of the Communication Department and specializes in Organizational Communication, Small Task Groups, Family Communication, and Interpersonal Communication. Dr. Anderson is also a Beatles fan and enjoys taking students abroad to England, UK, for the Communication Liverpool May Term. Here she is photographed with the 2013 May Term group and former Hope Professor, Teresa Housel, during their photography class at Liverpool Hope University. | Justine Poe ('15)

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Honors Dance Fraternity "Sigma Omicron works to be a student voice in the dance department both to Hope's campus and the greater community. In addition to initiating 11 new members thisyear, members participated in "So You HOPE You Can Dance" for Dance Marathon, collecting books for area schools, and raising money forthe Dizzy Feet Foundation with a Just Dance video ga m e fundraiser.11|President Sarah Lowry ('14)

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U e W ktei'wkers*: Atthe beginning ofthe year, a reception was held to celebrate the new members of the honors fratnerity. In addition to coveted recognition, members enjoy a community of support even outside of classes.

Sarah Paternoster('14),Hannah, McCoy ('14) Tara Snyder ('14), and Sarah Lowry ('14) comprised the Sigma Omicron Executive board for the year. These experienced seniors dedicated their lives to their passion for dance, which made them great leaders.

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('14) IBut first, let m e take a selfie. After four years of dedicating herself to academics, research, and co-curricular involvement, Nicole never forgot to stop and take a moment to capture the memories of her time at Hope College. Nicole graduated with honors in Communication.

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('\4) IWhile many seniors were carefully planning their last moments on campus, Dylan was with his peers in Philadelphia, PA, studying and working with the DistrictAttorney's office to get a jump start on his future career in law enforcement. Although he was abroad in the spring, he was able to spend the fall semester with his brothers on the Dutchmen football team.

(\4) IWho could pick a favorite memory between Motor Board, living with your best friends, Dance Marathon, Relay for Life, intramural sports, or sharing these experiences with your other half? Luckily, Rachel doesn't have to chose a favorite memory to hold on to. Many athletes will remember Rachel for her expertise in sports medicine.

V sc K ('14) IShe may have said good-bye to Hope College, but Kali's academic journey isn'tover yet. Kali headed off to Chicago, IL,to study occupational therapy at Midwestern University after graduation. The undergraduate opportunities at Hope have prepared her to take her education to the next level.

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(14) I Pride of the present and Hope forthe future. Kelsey graduated with a degree in Elementary Education, which she will use to teach the coming generations more than their abc's and 123's. Her kindness and influence will shape the future leaders.

Underclassmen: What are you most looking forward to?

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Seniors: What are you going to miss the most?

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I Near the end of Greg's journey in orange and blue, he found himself standing before his peers and members of the campus community at Dinment Memorial Chapel to share his senior testimony. As team captain, Greg used his leadership skillsto take the Dutchmen football team 7-3 in his last season at Hope. Football wasn't the only team Greg lead. He was also a Young Life leader and involved in Hope Does and the DeVos ticket office.

\4ool (14) IThe Holland native and son of basketball Coach Neil, Grant ma d e a name for himself at Hope during his four years. Grant lead the Dutchmen soccer team to a 17-4-2 season in the fall, and the Dutchmen basketball team to a 20-8 season inthe winter. Grant was also named to the 2014 Allstate National Association of Basketball Coaches Good Works Team for his involvement in giving back and bettering his community.

0 4 ) IAfter receiving her degree from Hope, Divya was ready to make one last memory with her peers. In May she hopped across the pond to spend May term in London, England with other business management students. Divya's graceful leadership in Student Congress and the Appropriations committee will leave a lasting positive impact on the study body.

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/August of 2010 was when approximately 800 freshmen came from allover the country, even other parts of the world, to begin theirjourney inorange and blue. They sat in circles inthe pine grove and played ice-breakers by day, and the durfee boys sang to the dykstra and gilmore girlsby night. They chose majors, changed majors, loved Phelps food, discovered Cook server/, and things were never the same again. Some then became the mentors to incoming freshmen and facilitated those games such as "two truths & and a lie"or "screaming toes." Others became involved intheir sports teams or student groups. Some even tried to do itall. The Pullcame and went, with the Nykerk Cup to follow. The Class of 2014 went from pullers, singers, players, and moralers, to coaches and mentors. They went from searching fortheir clustermates inthe pews of the chapel to knowing exactly where their cottage would be sitting (7th pew leftside by the isle). Hopefully by this point their gen-eds were out of the way and they had finally decided on what to major in. This by no means says that anyone actually knew what they wanted to do after graduation, although the question came up quite frequently, Those same 18-year-olds joined together as 22-year-olds. The same class, but entirely different people. After 1 Welkom, 3 Welkom backs, 4 Pulls, 4 Nykerk Cups, 4 sports seasons, 4 Spring Breaks, 4 Spring Flings, and a couple of May Days later ithad come time to say goodbye. As Trygve would say, no matter where you go- North, South, East, or West- you willalways be aa\c\e>r-ec!l -a\ Hope.

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Claudia Aguilera

Dimelza Alfonso

Natalie Allardyce

Esmeralda Alvarez

Holland Psychology

Holland Psychology

Grandville Psychology

Chicago, IL Social Work & Sociology

Engineering

History

Kinesiology

Biology

Sasha Balcazar

Jillian Balvanz

A m y Banas

Matthew Barbour

West Olive Biology

Fremont, C A Nursing

Fort Wayne, IN Social Work

Columbus, O H Computer Science

Kyle Bartoszek

Autumn Bartz

Kristin Baron Holland Music

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Saint Joseph History

Bloomingdale Nursing

Jacqueline Baumeister

Brant Bechtel

A m a n d a Beck

Hebron, IN Sociology & Psychology

Holland Math & Computer Science

Mio Biology

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Lauren Bedard

Alexandra Benson

Grace Blank

Williamston Accounting/Management

Holland Biology

Alpena Chemistry

Three Rivers Chemistry

Kimberly Boerigter Los Alamos, N M Kinesiology

Education

History

Joel Brogan

Alyssa Bruff

Sydney Bryer

Rebecca Budde

Orange City, IA Engineering

Flint Nursing

Olathe, KS Special Education & German

Holland Education

Brittany Bootka

Natalie Burrow

Rochester Hills Education

Meredith Busman

Parker Bussies

Rachel Butts

Carmel, IN Education

Coopersville Biology

Zeeland Biology & Chemistry

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Camille Borst

West Lafayette, IN Kinesiology

Allendale Nursing

Julie Brdicka

Elisabeth Brewington

Kelsi Briegel

Micaela Brillinger

C ap e Elizabeth, ME Psychology

Whitehall SocialWork

Rockford Kinesiology

Naperville, IL Seniors Educcrtion

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Monica Chhum

Abby Christian

Carol Stream. IL Education

Jessica Christie

Holland Sociology

Byron Center Special Education

Farmington Hills Exercise Science

Raelene Clark

Amanda Cole

Kimberly Collins

Cara Conrad

Berthoud, C O Psychology

Farmington Ml Special Education

Carmel, IN International Relations & Spanish

Saint Joseph Athletic Training

m

i

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102

„

Jacob Bylsma

Claire Call

Catherine Calyore

Allison Campbell

Hudsonville Engineering

Royal Oak Dance & Philosophy

Naples, FL Chemistry

Fishers, IN Psychology

William Campbell

Madeleine Cantor

Kathleen Carlson

Katie Carlson

Swartz Creek Management

Flint

Glen Ellyn, IL

Rockford

English Education

Biology

Spanish & Management

.

Seniors

Kristin Constantino

Clifford Cooper

Jessica Culbertson

Skylar Darish

Grand Rapids Special Education

Okemos Biology

Cary, IL Social Work & Spanish

Troy Special Education

G e m m a Davies

Margaret Deaton

William Deboer

Eric Deitering

Walnut Creek, C A

Glen Ellyn, IL Exercise Science

West Lafayette, IN Communication & Political Science

Flushing Social Work 0

.

Seniors

103


Dylan Delapa

Divya Dhaliwal

Emily Dittmar

Saint Joseph Public Accounting

Northville Psychology

Highland Sociology & International Relations

Composite

Special Education

Psychology

Spanish & Management

P M H K

104

„

Alyssa Drew

Alexa Duimstra

Keenan Erickson

Larissa Fall

Katrina Farese

Benedict Fils-Aime

Evan Finch

Portage Biology

Appleton, Wl Theatre

Farmington Hills Exercise Science

Grand Rapids Music Performance

Boca Raton, FL

Stamford, CT French & Japanese

Fletcher, N C Physical Education

Rebekah Eskandani

Zachary Evans

Leah Ewald

Lauren Ezzo

Muscatine, IA Music

West Bloomfield International Relations & Spanish

Haslett English & Theatre

Petoskey Biology

Hamilton Education

Clayton, C A . Political Science

Seniors

Seniors


Janette Garcia

Richard Garrett

Helen Grdina

Channa Grebe

Allison Greene

Holland Communication

Clinton Township Biology

Naperville, IL Education

Petoskey

Bloomfield Hills Special Education

Eric Greve

Megan Groh

Kaitlin Haan

Aaron Haecker

Park Ridge, IL Chemistry & Mathematics

Crystal Lake, IL Education

Zeeland Education

Winchester, VA Theatre

Susan Haigh

Sabrina Hakim

Nicole Harnes

Bradley Hamilton

Carmel, IN International Relations & French

Rochester Hills Psychology

McKinney, TX Psychology

Southfield Theatre

Samantha Gindl Crown Point, IN Social Work

106

Seniors

Nicole Glebe Brighton Communication

Andrew Gomez-Seoane

ErikGonzalez

Kara Hartman

Flushing

Saint Joseph Engineering

Holland Arts

Christina Heberer West Bloomfield, Ml Psychology

107


108

Rikki Henderson

Kelsey Herbert

Jordan Herman

Jennifer Hielkema

Wheaton, IL Psychology

Avon, CT International Relations

Midland Management

Abigail Johnson

Jacob Johnson

Gahanna, O H Education

Sammamish, W A Music

Brighton Biology

Kaitlyn Holmwood

Celia Horak

Krystal Hornecker

Brendan Hoshal

Naperville, IL English

Lake Angelus Education

Wyoming

Blake Jones

Tessa Judge

Okemos Biology

South Lyon Management

Indianapolis, IN English

Alexandra Hoyt

Nicholas Hubley

Jordan Ippolito

Lauren Janness

Niles Physical Education

Fox River Grove, IL Chemical Engineering

Linwood, NJ Dance & English

Troy Psychology & Spanish

Brighton Art & German

Ada Music & German

Solange Kealey

Olivia Keinath

Merton, Wl English Education

Deerfield Communication

Senio?!?h0l09V & Spanish

Chemistry

Seniors

109


i

Mary Kelso

Samantha Kemperman

Chelsea Khouri

Korinne Kincaid

Kyla Koboski

Faith Koleczek

Mackenzie Kostizen

Alexandra Kouzoukas

Dafte Psychology & English

Grand Rapids Education

Vermontville Management

Richmond Hill,G A Nursing

Apple Valley, M N Politcial Science

Oak Forest, IL Dance

Birmingham Psychology & Sociology

Libertyville, IL English

Mtr 'â– â–

. .

i

110

Kellie Kirbitz

Amanda Klavas

Chelsea Klomp

Alexandria Klomparens

Caitlin Kozack

Joshua Kranz

Jamie Kreindler

Kelly Krueger

Grand Blanc Nursing

Valparaiso, IN Psychology

Jenison Psychology

Holland Special Education

Carol Stream, IL Chemistry

Carpentersville. IL Exercise Science

White Lake Dance & Psychology

Traverse City Biology

Drew Krumm

Rachel Kuiper

Angelica Kurtz

Kristen Laduke

Brighton Biochemistry/Molecular Biology

Grand Rapids Management

Streamwood, IL Theatre

Lansing Art

Daniel Langholz

Andrew Larson

Sarah Leonard

Camerra Lightbourn

Mechanical Engineering

Jackson Economics

N e w Providence, NJ Psychology & Women's Studies

Landover, M D Psycho'ogy

Seniors

111


Public Accounting

Jessica Lopez

Michael Lovato

Holland Social Work

Poulsbo, W A Chemistry

Lauren Madison Grosse Pointe Woods History Composite

112

Sarah Manke

Matthew Mankivsky

Kelsey Masserant

Felicia Mata

Machesney Park, IL Communication & History

Wheaton, IL Political Science & Management

Novi Special Education

Holland Spanish & Psychology

Micah Matthews

Rachel Mazzaro

Joshua Mccammon

Sheri Mccormack

New Berlin, Wl English

Ann Arbor Social Work

Ypsilanti Mathematics & Theatre

Holland Spanish

Seniors

Hannah Mccoy Massillon, O H Dance

Colin Mckey Stevensville Education

Anne Mcmanis Sunnyvale, C A Biology

Molly Mcnair

Shannon Mctigue

Alexis Meelker

Natalie Meissner

Brooklyn, Wl Theatre

Berrien Springs Biology & Psychology

Holland Biology

Hartland, Wl Management

Jordan Mejaly

Rebecca Merchant

Keirstyn Mesman

Danielle Mila

Shelby Township Communication

Saint Joseph Special Education

Ontario, C A Nursing

Livonia Biology & Mathematics


Alex Mouw

Tyler Mouw

Connor Mulcahy

Courtney Mulder

Holland English & Classical Studies

Holland Social Work

Cedarburg, Wl Geology

Kalamazoo Nursing & Classical Studies

Psychology

Psychology

Religion

Gerardo Ochoa

Kevin Olson

Miranda Orlando

Clawson Chemistry

Hoffman Estates, IL Chemistry

Geneva, IL Exercise Science

David Mwee Nairobi, Kenya Mechanical Engineering

0

Christine Miller

Matthew Milliken

Ellen Milroy

Brina Miltenberger

Leland Communication

Hartland Chemistry & Jazz Music

Saginaw Nursing & Spanish

South Bend, IN Psychology & Social Work

Hilary Moir

Mary Molhoek

Isabel Mortis

Lynn Moss

Grand Rapids Sociology

Albuquerque, N M Civic Engineering & Classical Studies

Marshall Social Work

Columbus, IN . Public Accounting

Seniors

Psychology

. _

oenioi s

115


M OM

Emmanuel Pagkanlungan

Kathryn Palmer

Amanda Palomino

Sarah Paternoster

Naples, FL Exercise Science

Aurora, IL Biology & Psychology

Hudsonville English & Spanish

Fowlerville Dance & Psychology

Shayla Patton

Kelvin Peprah

Hailey Perecki

South Lyon Psychology

Brooklyn Park, M N Psychology

Romulus Art

Communication

Bloomington, M N French & Communication

Redford Mechanical Engineering & Physics

Holland Communication

Shaylyn Pritchard

Myra Puma

Cedarburg, Wl Biology & French

Philadelphia, PA Psychology

Michael Pietrangelo Allendale Religion

116

„

Brooklyn, Ml . English Education

Seniors

Zeeland, Ml Education

Colleen Quick

Jenelle Ranville

Jonathan Redeker

Jesse Richards

Springfield, IL Management

Grand Rapids. Ml Chemical Engineering & Chemistry

Hartland, Wl Management

Fife Lake, Ml Exercise Science

Austin Roblyer Plainwell Social Work

Biochemistry & Molecular Biology

Economics

Bi0,09Y

Seniors

117


Seniors

James Rogers

Stephanie Rogers

Saginaw Communication

Fremont Psychology & Political Science

Samantha Rushton

Sarah Ruszel

Zachary Sander

Reid Sanders

Warren Communication & Psychology

Lake Leelanau Psychology

Holland Computer Science

Ludington Biology

Sarah Rolain

Katherine Root

Rochester Dance

Highland Communication & English

James Schippers

Bethany Schmall

Kayleigh Schneider

Michael Schofield

Grand Haven Music- Piano Performance

Portage Religion & Communication

Lake Leelanau Chemistry

Chester, NJ Exercise Science

Chloe Rose

Jacob Rozema

Saint Charles, IL French & International Relations

Kenosha, Wl Political Science

Todd Scott-Dettl

Alyssa Silletti

Natalie Slechta

Julia Slesinski

Plainfield, IL Mechanical Engineering

Canton Social Work

Cicero, IL Psychology

Ann Arbor Exercise Science

Athletic Training

Social Work _

.

Seniors

119


120

0

Emily Smith

Tara Snyder

Lauren Solosky

Hannah Spahn

Jackson, W Y Kinesiology & Spanish

Chicago, IL Dance

Barrington, IL Biology

Cochranton, PA Psychology

Craig Toren

EricTraynor

Lynwood, IL Mechanical Engineering

Davison Physics

Meghan Stagl

Amy Stauffer

Christopher Stewart

Jenna Sutton

Deerfield, IL Music

Holland Nursing

Farmington Hills Electrical Engineering

Suttons Bay Chemistry & Psychology

Jonathan Turkus

Elizabeth Unterbrink

Jonathan Swiftney

Catherine Tanck

Sarah Taylor

James Teaford

Hudsonville Psychology

Naperville, IL Mathematics Education

Zeeland Psychology

Molly Theiling

Elyse Thompson

Eric Thompson

Plainwell Psychology

Brigid Toner

Galesburg Computer Science

Peoria, IL Mechanical Engineering

Rocky River, O H . Communication

Seniors

Okemos Biology

Gig Harbor, W A Biology

San Luis Obispo, C A Political Science & Communication

Seniors

121


Allison Vanderveld

Daniel Vaneyl-Godin

Edwin Villanueva

TaylorVotto

Rebecca Weygandt

Nicole Whitmore

Ada English

Holland Criminal Justice

Ardmore, PA Social Studies Education

Schaumburg, IL Composite

Rachael Whitmore

Clarkston Biology

Preston Widing

W o o d Dale, IL Psychology & Communication

Clarkston Music

Traverse City Biology

Allison Webster

Carolyn Wermuth

Joseph Wierzbicki

Sarah Wieskamp

Mar/ Elizabeth Winther

Janna Wong

Upper Arlington, O H Psychology & French

Goodrich Political Science

Kalamazoo Psychology

Thiensville, Wl Classical Studies & Communication

Western Springs, IL Electrical Engineering

Oostburg, Wl Biochemistry & Molecular Biology

Canton Theatre & French

Grand Rapids Art

Natalie Woodberry

Jacqueline Woudenberg

Jennifer Yerks

Whitney Yoder

Saint Paul, M N Kinesiology & French

Holland Music

Sytvania, O H Dance & Psychology

Uniontown, O H French & Japanese

EmilyYoung 122

Seniors

Clinton Township Music

Seniors


124

Seniors

Seniors

125


126

Seniors

Seniors

127


^radition, Itiswhat sets Hope College apart from the rest. We hold some of the longest standing and most unique traditions of any college or university inthe country. The classes of 2016 and 201 7 found themselves overwhelmed by their interest in being a part of any and allof these esteemed traditions. It means being a part of something that isso much larger than yourself. Itmeans continuing legacies and fighting forvictories. Itmeans building lasting relationships and becoming passionate participants and making history. Even after those two years being a part of something so great, the class of 2015 found themselves a part of a greater community of Pull alumn, Nykerk alumn, members of exclusive groups and teams of previous participants. Being a part of the Hope community has so much strength and passion behind it,much to do with the love forthese traditions and the loving culture of Hope College.

Underclassmen Divider

129


Sharon Abraham

So

Cook Holl.Itasca, IL

Kathryn Acker

Jr

Centennial Cottage.ßloomdeld Hills,Ml

Allyson Acosta

So

Autumn Anderson

So

FairbankVillages.Dorr. Ml

Ashley Andrews

Fr

Köllen HallWest.Bloomfield Hills,Ml

Emily Andrews

Jr

College EastApartments.West Bloomfield Hills,Ml

SchrlerCottage.Chicago, IL

Andrea Antenan

Samantha Adams

Baker Lofts.Springfield, IL

Fr

LlchtyHall.Griffith,IN

Isabelle Adams

So

So

Alexandra Apostoleris

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Ann Arbor, Ml

Scott Hall.Elm Grove, Wl

Raoul Adwan

Fr

Phelps Hall.Chicago. IL

Christopher Alexander

Fr

Wyckoff Hall.Sturgis

Lauren Alexander

Jr

Kooiker Cottage.Stevensville

Anna Allen

So

Gilmore Hall.Ypsilanti, Ml

Evan Altman

Fr

Köllen Hall East.Petoskey, Ml

Cynthia Alvarado

Fr

Scott Hall.Holland, Ml

Jordan Arnos

Fr

Köllen HallWest.Lake Forest, IL

Jordan Amsbury

Fr

Gilmore Hall.Ada, Ml EmilyAnderson FrDykstia Hall.Whitmore Lake. Ml

Margaret Apostoleris Fr Dykstra Hall.Ann Arbor. Ml

Briana Armand So Phelps Hall.Chicago, IL

Miguel Armijo

Fr

Köllen Hall East.West Olive. Ml

Ryan Arndt

Fr

Durfee Holl.Holland, Ml

Nicholas Atwater

Fr

LichtyHall.Grand Rapids, Ml

Joshua Augustine

Fr

Köllen Holl East.Maple Grove, MN

Madelyne Auriemma

Fr

Gilmore Hall.RiverForest, IL

Emily Ause

So

Gilmore Hall.Ann Arbor, Ml

Hannah Axdorff

So

Phelps Hall.Grand Rapids, Ml

Jamie Baarman

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Holland, Ml

EmilyAnderson

Fr

Voorhees Hall.Chicago. IL

Sayde Anderson

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Wheat Ridge. C O

Karisa Anderson

Jr

Holland. Ml

Kyle Anderson

Jr

Wyckoff Hall.Excelsior. MN

Bradley Bailey

So

Kollen Hall East.Midland, Ml

Megan Bailey

So

Phelps Hall.Hillsdale, Ml

Holly Bajema

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Grandville, Ml

Allison Baker

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Battle Creek, Ml

Rachel Ballantyne

Fr

Uchty Holl.Ypsilanti, Ml

Ellee Banaszak

Fr

Van Vleck Hall.Grand Rapids, Ml

Samantha Banaszak

Fr

Dykstra Hall.SterlingHeights. Ml

Alexandria Barbu

Fr

Voorhees Hall.Midland, Ml

Brianna Barbu

Jr

Cook Hall.Midland. Ml

Rachel Barbutti

Fr

Holland, Ml

Trevor Barker

Fr

Kollen Hall East.Manchester, Ml

Bridget Barletta

So

Voorhees Hall.Ann Arbor, Ml

Allison Barnes

Jr

College EastApartments.Jenison, Ml '

Brian Barnes

Jr

Cook Villages.Comstock Park, Ml

Nestor Barrera

Fr

Phelps Hall.Kalamazoo, Ml

Underclassmen

Underclassmen

131


Alexander Barry

Fr

Scott Holl.Deerfield, IL

ErikBasch

Fr

Kollen HallEast.Ada, Ml

Connor Bassage

Fr

Durfee Holl.Montgomery. Ml

KelliBattistone

So

Dykstra Holl.Saint Joseph, Ml

Matthew Baxter

Fr

Kollen HallEast.Saline, Ml

Sarah Beams

So

LlchtyHoll.Green Castle, IN

Megan Bean

Fr

Kollen HallWest.Rockford, Ml

Kathryn Beary

So

Llchty Holl.Lake Orion, Ml

Austin Beaudoin

So

Jr

Katherine Bird

So

Gilmore Holl.Byron Center, Ml

Blake Birkmeier

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Lima, OH

Megan Bisson

Fr

Dykstra Hall.SterlingHeights. Ml

Mikaila Bisson

Fr

Dykstra Holl.SterlingHeights, Ml

Audrey Black

Fr

Dykstra Hall.West Bloomfield, Ml

Abbigale Blackburn

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Holland, Ml

Harrison Blackledge

Fr

Durfee Hall.Canton, OH

Mckenna Bland

Fr

Wyckoff Holl.Plymouth, Ml

Gilmore Hall.Kalamazoo. Ml

Emily Beckering

Timothy Bloemendaal

So

Voorhees Hall.Mlddleville, Ml

Jodi Beckman

Jr

Shelby, Ml

Madelyn Beilew

Fr

Corey Blom

So

Durfee Hall.Holland. Ml

Duncan Bocks

Fr

Kollen Hall East.Holland. Ml

Nancy Benda

Spencer Boer

Fr

Chase Bennett

Fr

Durfee Hall.Marshall, Ml

Amanda Bennick

Jr

College East Apartments.Grand Hoven, Ml

Faith Benoit

Fr

Phelps Hall.Mount Clemens, Ml

Molly Benton

So

College EastApartments.DeWill, Ml

Joel Bera

So

Cook Hall.Rockford, Ml

Kyle Bernaciak

So

Kollen HallEast.Chicago, IL

Natasha Jaina Bernal

Fr

Scott Hall.Holland, Ml

BrittanyBernard!

Jr

Fairbank Cottage..Ventura, CA

Margaret Berndt

Jr

Brumler Apartments.Baroda, Ml

Katie Berry

So

Deutsches Haus.Whitmore Lake, Ml

Ethan Beswick

So

Durfee Hall.Grand Hoven, Ml

Sarah Bettag

Jr

Marguerite PrinsFrench House.Mukilteo, WA

Emilie Bickel

So

Van Vleck Hall.Denver, C O

Rebekah Bierema

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Oakland, Ml

Trevor Billinghurst

So

Kollen HollEast.Norton Shores, Ml

Ryan Billman

Fr

Phelps Hall.Galena, OH

Underclassmen

So

Durfee Hall.Holland, Ml

Cook Hall.Jackson, Ml Dykstra Hall.Birmingham, Ml

132

Ellen Billman

Cook Villages.Galena. OH

Fr

Phelps Hall.Holland. Ml

Marc Boersma

Fr

Durfee Hall.Spring Lake, Ml

Jacob Boersma

Jr

Beeuwkes Cottage.Grandville. Ml

Morgan Boersma

Jr

College EastApartments.Spring Lake, Ml

Samuel Boersma

Jr

Blue Apartment.Ayton, ON

KelliBoes

Fr

Cook Hall.North Muskegon, Ml

Luke Boeve

Fr

Kollen Hall East.Northville, Ml

Allison Boeve

So

Phelps Hall.Hudsonville, Ml


Mikaela Brinks

So

Gilmore Hall.Holland, Ml

Alyssa Brooks

Fr

Gilmore Hall.Holland. Ml

Sadina Brott

So

Dykstra Hall.Cedar Springs, Ml

Lindsay Brown

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Troy, Ml

Natalie Brown

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Aurora, IL

Christopher Browne

Fr

Phelps Hall.Birmingham, Ml

Rebecca Brumels

Fr

Gilmore Hall.Holland, Ml

Hunter Brumels

So

Durfee Hall.Holland. Ml

Daniel Brune

So

Voorhees Hall.Midland, Ml

Keith Brushwyler

Fr

Durfee Hall.SaintJoseph, Ml

Kylie Boeve

So

Dykstra Hall.Holland. Ml

Barbara Bollhoffer

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Wheaton, IL

Kaitlin Bonds

Fr

Dykstra Holl.Saline. Ml

Christin Bathe

Fr

Dykstra Hall.DeKalb, IL

Mara Bottomley

So

LlchtyHall.Dexter, Ml

Claire Bouret

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Saint ClairShores, Ml

Claire Bouwkamp

Fr

Voorhees Hall.Jenison, Ml

Beth Bouwkamp

So

Voorhees Hall.Jenison, Ml

ElleryBouwkamp

So

Phelps Hall.Holland, Ml

Paul Bradley

So

Voorhees Hall.Pierson, Ml

BrittanyBuchholz

So

LichtyHall.Owosso, Ml

Emily Buck

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Flint.Ml

Katerina Buck

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Grandville. Ml

Tu Bui

So

FriedCottage.Hanoi, Vietnam

BridgittBuikema

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Woodridge, IL

Shelby Buikema

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Holland, Ml

Katrina Bulthuis

So

Dykstra Hall.Commerce Township, Ml

Lauren Burford

So

Cook Hall.Livonia, Ml

Madison Bush

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Grosse Pointe Woods, Ml

lan Bussan

Jr

Voorhees Hall.Niles, Ml

EllieBrady

Fr

Gilmore Hall.Walker, Ml

Connor Brady

Jr

Zachary Buth

Jr

Kuyper/Emersonian Cottage.Grand Raplds, Ml

Reese Cottage.Walker, Ml

Stephen Button

Michelle Brandle

Kollen Hall East.Davison, Ml

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Rochester Hills,Ml

Quinn Brant

Fr

Kollen Holl East.Sytvania, OH

Alec Breit

Fr

Durfee Hall.Muskegon, Ml

Fr

Mariana Buzo

So

Columbia Apartments.Cicero, IL

Nicholas Byma

So

Hinkamp Cottage.Dexter. Ml

Aaron Cain

Jr

College East Apartments.Swartz Creek, Ml

Collin Breit

Jr

Reese Cottage.Muskegon, Ml

Rebecca Bremer

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Des Plaines, IL

Lauren Brickley

Fr

Reeveits Cottage.Grandville, Ml

Joshua Briggs

So

Holland, Ml

Zoe Caltrider

So

Doesburg Cottage.Mason. Ml

Eliana Campbell

So

Cook Hall.Barrington, IL

Ryan Campbell

So

Voorhees Hall.Ferndale, Ml

Daphinne Campodonico S<

Fr

3 College EastApartments.West Bloomfield Township, Ml

Wyckoff Hall.Commerce Township, Ml

Voorhees Hall.Santa Rosa. CA

Tyler Brinks

134

Underclassmen

Diana Campos Loera

Underclassmen

So

135


Chad Carlson

Fr

Durfee Holl.Rockford, Ml

Sarah Carpenter

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Kalamazoo, Ml

Sarah Carrara

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Dexter, Ml

Carinna Carreno Galvan

Fr

Scott Hall.Chicago, IL

Ivan Carreto

Fr

Voorhees Hall.Chicago, IL

Taylor Carter

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Hastings, Ml

Brendan Cassell

Fr

Durfee Hall.Byron Center, Ml

Abigale Cassella

So

Voorhees Hall.Okemos, Ml

Scott Cathey

Jr

Cook Hall.Ada, Ml

KristinCekander

Jr

Timmer Cottage.Grand Rapids, Ml

Gloria Chang

Fr

Kollen HallWest.Grand Rapids, Ml

Madeline Chapman

Fr

Gilmore Hall.Caledonia. Ml

Chelsea Chase

So

Phelps Hall.Clarkston, Ml

Matthew Chema

Jr

Cook Village.Grand Blanc, Ml

LilyChen

Fr

Phelps Hall.Northville, Ml

■ Aleece Cook

Jr

I Vander Borgh Apartments.Flushing, I Ml

I Timothy Cook I Cook Hall

Jr

Aurora. IL

I Veronica Cook

So

I Sigma Cottage.Madison Heights, I Ml

■ Claire Cooper

So

I Weimers Cottage.Okemos, Ml

I Rachael Corey «

So

Cook Holl.Wheaton, IL

J Brianna Cherry

So

Gilmore Hall.Saint Charles, Ml

Tae Hyun Choi

Jr

Cook Hall.Shanghai, China

Jacob Chovaz

Fr

Voorhees Hall.North Muskegon, Ml

Rachel Christiaans

Fr

Gilmore Hall.Holland, Ml

Joshua Ciboch

So

Wyckoff Hall.SaintJoseph, Ml

Colton Clark

Fr

Scott Hall.Holland, Ml

James Clark

Jr

Lampen Cottage.Richland, Ml

Kristen Coffman

So

Cook Hall.Portage, Ml

Madeline Cole

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Elbum, IL

Carter Collins

Fr

Durfee Hall.Fowlerville, Ml

Justin Collins

Fr

Kollen Hall East.South Lyon, Ml

Matthew Commet

Fr

Kollen Hall East.Flushing, Ml

Rebecca Compton

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Highland, Ml

Mitchell Conrad

Fr

Wyckoff Hall.Saint Joseph, Ml

Emily Cook

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Fenton, Ml

Kaylene Cory

So

Sigma Cottage.Grand Blanc. Ml

Ugur Coskun

Fr

Cook Hall.Istanbul,Turkey

Virginia Cotterall

So

Kollen Hall West.Spring Lake. Ml

Paige Courts

Fr

Cook Hall.Caledonia, Ml

Mackenzie Coyle

Jr

Holland, Ml

Nathaniel Crane

Fr

Durfee Hall.Montpelier, VT

Molly Crino

Fr

Phelps Hall.Joliet, IL

Jessica Cronau

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Powell, OH

Mitchell Cuckovich

So

Phelps Hall.Oxford, Ml

KristofferCuesta

Fr

Scott Hall.Bay City. Ml

Katrina Cuison

Jr

Ver Beek Cottage.Okemos, Ml

Mark Cunningham Alicia Curmi

So

College EastApartments.Plymouth, Ml '

Natalie Curry

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Grand Rapids, Ml

Colton Curtiss

So

Cook Villages.Zeeland, Ml

-I? Underclassmen

So

Wyckoff Hall.ShelbyTownship, Ml

Underclassmen


Hannah Cutshall

Jr

Kollen HallWest.Warsaw, IN

Kalla Czarnecki

So

Cook Hall.Wheaton, IL

Palmer D'orazio

So

Durfee Hall.Clarkston, Ml

Abigail Dalton

Jr

Van Drezer Cottage.Plymouth, Ml

Hope Daniel

Jr

Kollen HallWest.Cassopolls, Ml

Thomas Dehaan

So

Vennema Apartments.Kalamazoo, Ml

Grace Deighton

Fr

Dykstra Holl.Farmington Hills,Ml

Jenna Dejongh

So

Dykstra Hall.Zeeland, Ml

Jordan Dempsey

Jr

Reese Cottage.Jenison, Ml

Adrianna Deneef

Fr

LlchtyHall.Hamilton, Ml

Reginald Daniels

Fr

Scott Hall.Chicago, IL

Katarina Dasbach

So

Nicole Deneef

Fr

Holland, Ml

Jordan Denham

So

Gilmore Hall.Midland, Ml

Cook Villages.LathrupVillage

Hannah Dauber

Jordan Dennen

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Jenison, Ml

Sarah Davenport

Fr

Gilmore Hall.Charlotte, Ml

Callahan Davenport

So

Van Vleck Hall.Chennai, India

Laris Davenport

So

Cook Hall.Willlomston, Ml

Lindsey Davidson

So

Gilmore Hall.Canton, Ml

Bruce Davis

Fr

Scott Hall.Chicago, IL

Morganne Davis

Fr

Scott Hall.Holland, Ml

Brett Dawsey

So

Cook Hall.Lansing, Ml

Allie Day

So

Sanford, Ml

Dominic De Torres

Fr

Phelps Hall.Muskegon, Ml

Dana Debest

So

Voorhees Hall...,Ain Arbor, Ml

Matthew Decamp

Fr

Phelps Hall.Caledonia, Ml

Emilie Detrain

So

Brumler Apartments.Leonard, Ml

So

Joliet, IL

John Deppe

So

Cook Hall.Marshall, Ml

Nicolette Desantis

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Rochester. Ml

Danielle Detorres

So

Kollen HallWest.Muskegon, Ml

Joseph Devinney

So

Voorhees Hall.Grand Rapids, Ml

I Corrine Dewitt

Fr

I Dykstra Hall.Norton Shores, Ml

Alyssa Deyoung

Fr

KollenHoll West.Mokena, IL

Kendall Dice

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Allendale, Ml

Nina Dicesare

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Dorr. Ml

PhilipDicicco

So

Phelps Hall.Batavia, IL

Margaret Dickinson

Fr

Gilmore Hall.Grand Rapids, Ml

Claire Dickson

Fr

Gilmore Hall..East Dundee, IL

Zachary Diener

Fr

Phelps Hall.Lake Orion, Ml

KirstinDiepholz

Fr

Dykstra Hall..Ada. Ml

ElliottDigison

Fr

Wyckoff Hall.Midland, Ml

Calirose Digiuseppe

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Portage, Ml

Brooke Dippel

Jr

College East Apartments.Mason, Ml "

Kaleigh Doan

So

Marguerite PrinsFrench House.Ludington, Ml

Rachel Dober

Fr

Voorhees Hall.Rochester Hills, Ml

Maria Domingo Flores

Fr

Scott Hall.West Bloomfield, Ml

E m m a Donahoe

Fr

Voorhees Hall.Milford, IN

Gavin Donley

So

Voorhees Hall.Mansfield. OH

John Dood

Fr

Voorhees Hall.Grand Rapids, Ml

138

Underclassmen

Underclassmen


Erin Doolittle

So

Cook Holl.Holland. Ml

Stanna Dorn

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Lewiston, Ml

Katie Draeger

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Romeo. Ml

Mara Droppers

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Maitland, FL

Joseph Droppers

Jr

Fraternal Cottage.Kalamazoo. Ml

Abigail Emerson

So

Vender Borgh Apartments.Eden Prairie, MN

BrittanyEngbers

So

Voorhees Hall.Kalamazoo, Ml

Tristan Engel

Fr

Wyckoff Hall.Newark, NJ

Elizabeth Ensink

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Hudsonville. Ml

Tori Ewald

Fr

Dykstra Hall.West Bloomfield, Ml

Christin Drozd

Fr

Dykstra Holl.Allegan, Ml

Christopher Dubose

Fr

Kollen Hall East.Austin, TX

Cassidy Duffey Jr Tan Cottage.Willlomston, Ml

Jonathan Dunbar

So

Phelps Hall.Loudon. NH

Tyler Dunifin

Fr

Phelps Hall.Three Rivers, Ml

Keely Dunigan

Fr

Von Vleck.Jackson, Ml

Monica Dwyer

So

DuBois Cottage.Grand Rapids, Ml

Kelly Dykema

Jr

Voorhees Hall.Hudsonville, Ml

Katie Dykman

So

Voorhees Hall.Hudsonville, Ml

Joshua Dykstra

Jr

Voorhees Hall.Holland, Ml

Brent Dziewicki

Fr

KollenHall East.Kalamazoo, Ml

Elizabeth Eader, So Spoelstra Cottage.Kaneohe, HI

Kate Ebels

Fr

Phelps Hall.Zeeland, Ml

Davonte Ecford

Fr

Scott Hall.Chicago. IL

Zoe Edwards

Jr

Brumler Apartments.Wheaton, IL

Megan Edwards

LilyFahlberg

So

Kollen HallWest.BurrRidge. IL

Stefan Fahlen

Fr

Kollen Hall East.Rockford, Ml

Sarah Fallon

So

Van Vleck Hall.Grand Rapids, Ml

Lauren Fanta

So

Cook Hall.Hawthorn Woods. IL

Emily Farnam

Fr

Kollen Hall West.Rochester Hill,Ml

Sarah Farnam

Fr

Kollen HallWest.Rochester Hill,Ml

Megan Farwell

Jr

Beck Cottage.Ada, Ml

Marie Fata

Fr

Gilmore Hall.East Lansing, Ml

Morgan Feldpausch

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Owosso. Ml

Steven Felusme

Jr

Falrbank Villages.BerrienSprings, Ml

Linnea Fenske-Williams

Fr

Wyckoff Hall.Pompton Plains, NJ

Ashley Fernandez

So

Voorhees Hall.Chicago, IL

Thomas Finn

Fr

Durfee Hall.Holland, Ml

Madeline Finn

Jr

Hawkinson Coftoge.Holland, Ml

Madeline Fitzpatrick

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Sylvan Lake, Ml

So

Dykstra Hall.Los Angeles, CA

Richard Edwards

So

West Olive, Ml

Maria Eguiluz

Jr

Cook Hall.Downers Grove, IL

Stephanie Eiler

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Novi, Ml

Gunnar Elder

Fr

Durfee Hall.Grand Rapids. Ml

Samuel Eldersveld

So

Phelps Hall.East Grand Rapids..Ml

Lane Ellens

Fr

Phelps Hall.Holland, Ml

Austin Elling

So

Falrbank Villages.Hudsonville, Ml

Katrina Ellis

Fr

Kollen HallWest.Holly, Ml

140

Underclassmen

Underclassmen

141


Alex Fredrickson

Fr

Kollen Hall East.Zeeland, Ml

ErikFreund

Fr

Scott Holl.Brighton, Ml

Mikayla Freyling

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Alto, Ml

Jonathan Friar

Fr

Durfee Hall.Traverse City. Ml

NilsFritjofson

Fr

Wyckoff Holl.West Granby, CT

Joscelyn Fritzsche

Fr

Hamilton, Ml

Jennifer Fuller

Fr

Dykstra Hall.BeverlyHills.Ml

Emily Gaddis

So

Van Vleck Holl.Medford, OR

Christopher Gager

So

Phelps Hall.Flushing, Ml

Jessica Gaines

Fr

Dykstra Hall.SterlingHeights, Ml

Emily Florek

Samuel Gallmeyer

So

Daniel Flores

Kassandra Gancedo

Fr

Cindy Garcia

So

Katherine Garcia

Fr

Austin Garcia

So

Jocabed Garduno

So

Micah Gargala

So

Kristen Garrett

Fr

JillianGassen

Fr

Paige Gaut

Fr

Elizabeth Gawron

So

Gabrielle Gazall

Jr

Abigail Gehres

Fr

Madison Geib

Jr

HillaryGeorge

So

Elizabeth Gerdes

Jr

Alicia Ghastin

Fr

Hannah Gibbs

So So

Nicholas Gibson

College EastApartments.Troy, Ml

Tessa Fredal

Jr

Kuizenga Cottage.Evergreen Park, IL

North Barrington, IL

KellyFrazier

So

Dykstra Hall.Canton, Ml

Kollen Hall East.Ann Arbor, Ml

Stuart Fraser

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Saint Charles, IA

FairbankVillages.Blanchard, Ml

Robert Frakes

Jr

College East Apartments.Grand Blanc, Ml

Van Vleck Hall.Appleton, Wl

Victoria Fracassi

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Portage. Ml

Durfee Hall.Eden Prairie, MN

Rebecca Fox

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Brighton, Ml

Kollen HallWest.Greenville, Ml

Cameron Fox

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Naperville. IL

Centurion Cottage.Taylor, Ml

Grace Fowler

So

Cook Hall..Muskegon. Ml

Dykstra Hall.Byron Center, Ml

Robert Fountain

Fr

Voorhees Hall.Bloomfield Hills,Ml

Scott Hall.Elmhurst, IL

Kierstynn Foster

So

Voorhees Hall.Rochester, Ml

Kollen Hall East.Kalamazoo, Ml

Sarah Foster

So

Dykstra Hall.Byron Center, Ml

Dykstra Hall.Schaumburg, IL

Jacob Foster

Jr

Wyckoff Hall.Zeeland, Ml

Van Vleck Hall.Broomfield, C O

Emily Forster

So

KollenHollWest.San Diego. CA

Gilmore Hall.Coldwater, Ml

Brooke Forland

So

Voorhees Hall.Fennville, Ml

Kollen HollWest.Wilmette, IL

Hannah Ford

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Lake InThe Hills,IL

Kollen Hall East.Marquette, Ml

E m m a Fondell

Fr

Wyckoff Hall.Holland, Ml

Voorhees Hall.Fraser, Ml

Randy Folker

So

Vennema Apartments.Grand Rapids, Ml

Fr

Kollen HallWest.Clinton Township, Ml

Ryan Gieswein

Fr

Wyckoff Hall.Grand Rapids, Ml

__ L_ Underclassmen

So

Gilmore Hall.Naples, FL

Holland, Ml

Amanda Fodera

So

Kollen Hall East.Grand Rapids, Ml

Voorhees Holl.BurrRidge, IL

Underclassmen


Hannah Gingrich

Jr

Marguerite PrinsFrench House....Potsdam, NY

Matthew Giro

So

Cook Holl.Washington, Ml

Abigail Girard

Fr

Kollen HollWest.Chesterfield, Ml

Savannah Girmscheid

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Grayslake, IL

Rebekah Givens

Jr

Brumler Apartments.. Navarre, FL

Morgan Glover

Fr

Dykstta Hall.Muskegon, Ml

Jay Glover

Jr

College East Apartments.Ada, Ml

Taylor Goes

Fr

Gilmore Holl.HickoryComers, Ml

Victoria Gonda

So

Voorhees Hall.Joliet, IL

Angela Gonzalez

Jr

Holland, Ml

ErinGoodell

So

College East Apartments.Traverse City, Ml

Caleb Goodman

Fr

Wyckoff Hall.East Lansing, Ml

Ethan Goodman

Fr

Bony Guardado

Fr

Scott Hall.Los Angeles. CA

Stephanie Guarino Sophie Guetzko

So

Kollen HallWest.Manchester. IA

Phelps Hall.Big Rapids, Ml

Darwin Guillen

Drew Goodman

Scott Hall..Chicago, IL

Jr

Sutphen Cottage.Big Rapids, Ml

Gabriella Goodsir

Fr

Fr

Voorhees Hall.Warrenville, IL

Fr

EricGuldberg

Fr

Durfee Hall.Ann Arbor, Ml

Dykstra Hall.Okemos, Ml

Aaron Goodyke

So

Phelps Hall.Zeeland, Ml

Amber Goodyke

So

Kollen HallWest.Grandville, Ml

Maria Gowon

So

Alejandro Guzman Nicholas Hacker

Jr

Kraker Apartments.Minneapolis, MN

Scott Hall.Abuja, Nigeria

Jaunine Hackmon

Kelsey Graham

Voorhees Hall

Jr

Van Vleck Hall.Sycamore, IL

Joseph Grahek

So

Durfee Hall.Medina, OH

So

Phelps Hall.Quincy, IL

So

Woodridge, IL

Bethany Haddad

Fr

Dyksfra Hall.Eaton Rapids, Ml

Dylan Haddad

Fr

Scott Hall.Chicago, IL

Jessica Granger

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Lansing, Ml

Alexander Green

Fr

Wyckoff Hall.Pompano Beach, FL

DirkGreene

Fr

Kollen Hall East.Bloomfield Hills, Ml

Katherine Greene

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Westmont. IL

Caroline Gregerson

So

Phelps Hall.Geneva, IL

John Haga

Jr

College East Apartments.Rochester, Ml

Catherine Hagenbush Dykstra Hall.Grand Rapids, Ml

Britta Hageness

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Minneapolis, MN

Emily Hall

Fr

Dykstra Hall.. Mason, Ml

Laurel Hall

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Chelsea, Ml

Bonnie Gregory

So

Wyckoff Hall.Howell. Ml

Samantha Grody

So

Dykstra Hall.Cedar Springs, Ml

Joshua Groenhof

Fr

Kollen Hall East.Zeeland, Ml

Ethan Groothuis

Fr

Durfee Hall.Grand Haven, Ml

Lindsey Gryniewicz

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Canton, Ml

144

Underclassmen

Lindsay Hall

Fr

Dykstra Hall.. Grand Blanc, Ml

Michelle Hance

So

Noblesvllle. IN

Hope Hancock

So

Cleo Apartments.Tremont, IL

Ellen Hannah

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Indianapolis, IN

Noelle Hannay

So

Phelps Hall.Kankakee, IL

Underclassmen

Fr


Abigail Harlow

Fr

Uchty Hall.Holland. Ml

Kory Horner

Fr

Phelps Hall.Elburn, IL

Emily Harper

Fr

LichtyHall.Grand Rapids, Ml

Karalyn Headley

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Erie, PA

Chloe Heckaman

Jr

College East Apartments.Mattawan, Ml

Allison Hedrick

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Naperville, IL

Skylar Heidema

Jr

Phelps Hall.Kalamazoo, Ml

Brandi Heider

Fr

Van Vleck Hall.. Midland, Ml

David Heinze

Fr

Wyckoff Hall.Kentwood, Ml

Jacob Helder

Fr

Phelps Hall.East Lansing, Ml

Joseph Helder

Jr

Klaasen Apartments.East Lansing, Ml

Megan Heller

Fr

Dykstra Hall.ElkGrove Village, Ml

Brianne Hemmeke

Jr

Gilmore Hall.Holland, Ml

William Harrison

Fr

Kollen Hall East.South Lyon, Ml

Ian Harrison

So

Kollen Hall East.Troy. Ml

John Harron

Fr

Wyckoff Hall.Okemos. Ml

Mark Henriksen

Fr

Kollen Hall East.Geneva, IL

Lauren Henry

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Rochester Hills,Ml

Robert Henry

Fr

Durtee Hall.La Salle, IL

Victoria Henry

Jr

BrumlerApartments.LaSalle, IL

Stephanie Herder

Jr

KielsCottage.Portage. Ml

Kevin Hartsfeld

Jr

Parkview Apartments.ElkGrove Village, IL

Elizabeth Hasseld

Fr

Cook Hall.Pinckney, Ml

Andrew Haverdink

Fr

Kollen Hall East.Zeeland, Ml

Jessie Hermann

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Maple Grove, MN

Miriam Hernandez

Jr

Scott Hall.Grand Haven. Ml

ErinHerrmann

Fr

Kollen HallWest.Wheaton, IL

Ann Hersey

Jr

Bergen Cottage.Zionsville. IN

London Hertzberg

Fr

KollenHall East.ElkGrove Village. IL

Ryan Havey

Fr

Kollen HallEast.Slinger. Wl

Stephen Hawke

Jr

Cook Villages.Warrenvllle, IL

John Hawkins

Fr

Kollen Hall East.Tipton, IN

Morgan Herzog

Fr

Gilmore Hall.Grand Blanc, Ml

Lynne Hesselbein

Fr

DykstraHall.Barrington, IL

Katlyn Hettinger

So

Gilmore Hall.Owosso, Ml

Rachel Hibbard

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Traverse City, Ml

EllieHile

Fr

Gilmore Hall.Grand Rapids, Ml

James Hawley

So

Phelps Hall.Traverse City, Ml

Rachel Hayden

So

Phelps Hall.Bellwood, IL

Sherah Head

Jr

Cook Hall.Blaine, MN

Jordan Hill Jr Scott Hall.Zeeland, Ml

Lauren Hillers

Jr

Van Drezer Cottage.Crystal Lake. IL

Carlee Hilt Fr Gilmore Hall.Aurora, IL

Maria Hinojosa

Fr

Scott Hall.Chicago, IL

Amy Hoag

Fr

Voorhees Hall.Hartville,OH

Underclassmen

147


Benjamin Hoard

Fr

Wyckoff Hall.Kalamazoo, Ml

Ryan Hobby

Jr

Columbia Apartments.Twin Lake. Ml

Kimberly Hodgson

Fr

Alexandria Hutchison

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Belleville, Ml

Hope Huvler

Fr

Kollen HallWest.Fredericktown, OH

Lara laderosa

Fr

Dykstra Holl ...Rochester Hills,Ml

Dykstra Hall.Caledonia, Ml

Daniel Hoekstra

Fr

Voorhees Hall.Allendale, Ml

Mary Hoerr

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Saint Louis, M O

Payton Hoff

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Clarkston, Ml

Aimee Hoffman

Fr

Kollen HallWest.Portage, Ml

Allyson Hoffman

Jr

Brumler Apartments.Marshall, Ml

Mikayla Holder

Fr

GerritImmink

Fr

Kollen HallEast.Zeeland. Ml

Clivia Immink

Fr

Gilmore Hall..Troy, Ml

Skye Inniss

Fr

Wyckoff Hall.. Saint James, Barbados

LichtyHall.Naples, FL

Paige Holicki Fr Dykstra Holl.Coldwater, Ml

Mary Hollstein

Fr

Voorhees Hall.Morenci, Ml

Steven Holm

So

Durfee Hall.,..Naperville, IL

Whitney Holmes

So

Phelps Hall.Shepherd, Ml

Kaitlyn Holmstrom

Emilio Isosi

Fr

Scott Hall.Glenview, IL

Anysie Ishimwe

Fr

Gilmore Holl.. Kigali, Rwanda

Robert Jacobs

So

Cook Villages. ..Grand Haven, Ml

Fr

Kollen HollWest.Holt, Ml

Jordan Hoogerhyde

Jr

Reese Cottage.Grand Hoven, Ml

Allison Hopkins

Fr

Hannah Jacobsma

Dykstra Hall.Ada, Ml

Phelps Hall.Douglas, Ml

Kelsey Hosner

So

Dykstra Hall.Holland, Ml

Madison Houskamp

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Holland, Ml

Rebecca Howe

So

Kathryn Jaderholm

So

Gilmore Holl.Wheaton, IL

Michelle Jager

Fr

Gilmore Hall.Holland, Ml

Fr

Dykstra Holl.Dimondale. Ml

Emily Hozian

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Des Plaines, IL

Mikayla Hubley

Fr

Kollen Hall West.Fox RiverGrove. IL

Lauren Huffman

Fr

Kollen HallWest.Grand Rapids, Ml

Lydia Huibregtse

Fr

Scott Hall.Saratoga Springs, NY

Hilary Hunsberger

I Laurie Jellison

Jr

KielsCottage.. York, PA

Courtney Jenkins

Jr

Smith Cottage.Pinckney, Ml

Chelsie Jensen

Fr

B Kollen HallWest.Ovid, NY

Fr

Scott Hall.Fennvllle. Ml

Christine Hunter

So

Fennville, Ml

ElliottHusbands

Fr

Phelps Hall.Holland, Ml

Alexandra Huss

So

Kollen HollWest.Brighton, Ml

Johanna Huss

So

Tan Cottage.Portage, Ml

Nicole Hutchins

Hefei Jiang

Fr

Scott Hall.Shijiazhuang, China

Se Young Jin

Fr

Scott Hall.Buffalo Grove, IL

Hannah Johnsen

So

Phelps Hall.Mukwonago, Wl

Fr

Dykstra Hall.. Carmel, IN

Clare Hutchinson

Fr

Dykstra Hall.. Clarendon Hills,IL

148

Underclassmen

Underclassmen

149


Blake Johnson

Fr

Phelps Hall.Eaton Rapids, Ml

Drew Johnson

Fr

Durfee Hall.Zeeland, Ml

ElliottJohnson

Fr

David Juhl

Fr

Kollen HallEast.Fenton, Ml

Melanie Julison

So

Kollen HallWest.Bannockburn, IL

Rachael Kabagabu

Jr

Scott Hall.Saginaw, Ml

Albers/Dorian Cottage.Ames, IA

EmilyJohnson

Courtney Kachlik

Fr

Cook Hall.Bloomfield Hills,Ml

ErinJohnson

Fr

Dykstra Hall.FortGratiot, Ml

Jamie Johnson

Fr

Scott Hall.Cincinnati, OH

Maia Johnson

Fr

So

Phelps Hall.Oak Forest. IL

Julie Kamins

Fr

Reeverts Cottage.Llbertyville,IL

Jessica Kaminski

So

Gilmore Hall.Grosse Pointe, Ml

Raechel Kamphuis

Uchty Hall.Minneapolis, MN

Cook Hall.Holland, Ml

Mary Johnson

Ariana Karaptian

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Carmel, IN

Ryan Johnson

Fr

Phelps Hall.Milford. Ml

Cara Johnson

Jr

FalrbankVillages.Chelsea, Ml

EliseJohnson

Jr

Delta Phi Cottage.Spokane, WA

Laura Johnson

Jr

Voorhees Hall.Whitehall, Ml

Autumn Johnson

So

Cook Hall.Chelsea, Ml

Benjamin Johnson

So

KollenHall.East Brighton, Ml

Lucas Johnson

So

Phelps Hall.Coopersville. Ml

Clarissa Johnston

So

Gilmore Hall.Normal. IL

Lauren Jolly

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Chelsea, Ml

Katharyn Jones

Jr

College EastApartments.Peart City, IL

Kara Josephson

So

Gilmore Hall.Ada, Ml

Shayna Joyner

Fr

So Fr

Kollen HallWest.Kalamazoo. Ml

Benjamin Kauffman

Fr

Voorhees Hall.Zeeland, Ml

Manvir Kaur

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Portage, Ml

Nicole Kay

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Downers Grove. IL

Courtney Kayne

Jr

Wheaton, IL

IvyKeen

So

Scott Hall.Bellaire, TX

E m m a Kegerris

So

Voorhees Holl.Batavia, IL

Scott Keith

Fr

Durfee Hall.. Normal, IL

Lauren Kennington

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Indianapolis, IN

Dylan Kerfoot

Fr

Holland, Ml

Michelle Kerr

Jr

Gilmore Hall.Dearborn, Ml

Cassidy Kessel

Fr

Uchty Hall.Custer, Ml

Alexandria Kessel

Jr

SchrierCottage.Custer. Ml

Dykstra Hall.Milford, Ml

Jayne Kessel

Jr

Cook Hall.Byron Center, Ml

Kirsten Kettler

Fr

Scott Hall.Saint ClairShores, Ml

Sydney Khouri

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Vermontville, Ml

Paul Kieffer

Fr

Scott Hall.Clayton, M O

E m m a Kill

Fr

Dykstra Hall.. Dexter, Ml

Emily Kindervater

Jr

Brumler Apartments.Bargersville, IN

Melissa Kindinger

Fr

Uchty Hall.Walkerville. Ml

Katelyn Kiner

Fr

Scott Hall.. Arlington Heights, IL

Kelsey King

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Traverse City, Ml

150

Underclassmen

Underclassmen

151


Kelsey Kinley

Fr

Gilmore Holl.Normal, IL

Abbey Kipper

Fr

Van Vleck Hall.Oswego, IL

Kaylee Kish

So

Gilmore Hall.Bay Village, OH

Olivia Klamt

Fr

Kollen HallWest.West Olive, Ml

Jessica Klaus

So

College East Apartments.Saugatuck, Ml

Claudia Klein

Fr

Cook Hall.Plolnwell, Ml

Cadan Kleinheksel

Fr

Kollen Hall East.Spring Lake, Ml

Allison Kleppinger

So

Cook Hall.Lake Zurich, IL

Sarah Klingenberg

Fr

Hamilton Ml

Jean Klochko-Bull

So

Kollen HallWest.Orchard Lake, Ml

Kathryn Krieger

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Princeton, IL

Anastasia Krogstad

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Crystal Lake, IL

Haley Krommendyk

Fr

Dykstra Hall....Holland, Ml

Anna Krueger

Jr

Gilmore Hall.TraverseCity, Ml

Lauren Krug

So

Kollen HallWest.East Grand Rapids, Ml

Taylor Krumm

Fr

Kollen HallWest.Commerce Township, Ml

Alice Krupczak

Fr

Scott Hall.Holland, Ml

Eric Krzak

Fr

Durfee Hall.Oswego, IL

Sarah Krzak

Jr

Vennema Apartments.Oswego, IL

Daniel Kuiper

So

Cook Villages.Zeeland, Ml

Samantha Klokkert

So

Cook Hall.Hamilton, Ml

Joel Klopfenstein

Fr

Durfee Holl.Chicago, IL

Jacob Knol

Fr

Wyckoff Hall.Crown Point, IN

Scott Knoll

Fr

Wyckoff Hall.Holland, Ml

Alex Knowles

Fr

Wyckoff Hall.Holland, Ml

Rebecca Kolarczyk

Fr

Uchty Hall..Crystal Lake, IL

Katelyn Kolker

Fr

Dana Kym

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Llbertyville. IL

Abigail Labarge

So

Dykstra Hall.Hudsonville, Ml

Madison Lachance

So

Voorhees Hall.BattleCreek, Ml

Jordan Lahr

Fr

Gilmore Hall.Byron Center, Ml

Abigail Lalonde

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Grand Haven, Ml

Rachel Lamb

Jr

Beck Cottage.Delavan, Wl

Melissa Lamberts

Fr

Dykstra Hall.SaintCharles, IL

Dykstra Hall.West Olive, Ml

Catherine Koloian

Jeremy Lambrix

Jr

Beck Cottage.. Plymouth, Ml

Shinnosuke Kondo

Jr

Mulder Cottage.Zushl,Japan

Kaila Konecki

Fr

Uchty Hall.Homewood, IL

Kathleen Kooiker

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Hamilton, Ml

Mark Koppenaal

So

Phelps Hall.Zeeland, Ml

Elizabeth Kort

Fr

Kollen HallWest.Grandville, Ml

Callie Kostrzewa

So

Cook Hall.Traverse City, Ml

Taylor Ann Krahn

Jr

Pieters Cottage.Mishawaka, IN

E m m a Kramer

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Brooklyn, Ml

Ashley Krause

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Shelby Township. Ml

Gretchen Krause

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Palatine, IL

Anna Kremer

So

FriedCottage.Zeeland. Ml

Christopher Krieg

Fr

Durfee Hall...,Franklin, Ml

Underclassmen

Fr

Kollen Hall East.Shelby, Ml

Robert Lampen

Fr

Wyckoff Hall.Mequon, Wl

Elizabeth Lane

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Galesburg, Ml


Jennifer Lingenfelter

Jr

Brumler Apartments.Brighton, Ml

Zachary Littleson

Fr

Durfee Hall.Rochester Hills,Ml

Amanda Littleton

Jr

Brumler Apartments.Frankfort. IL

Noah Litwiller So Wyckoff Hall....Delavan, IL

Melanie Lloyd

Jr

College EastApartments.Oswego, IL

Haleigh Locke

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Norton Shores, Ml

Jessica Lockwood

Fr

Scott Holl.Kentwood, Ml

Courtney Lohman

So

Baker Lofts.Minooka, IL

Megan Lohman

So

Diekema Cottage..Hamilton, Ml

Nathan Long

Fr

Holland, Ml

Emily Lane

Jr

Bfownstone Apartments.Ada. Ml

Francis Laporte

Fr

Holland, Ml

Andrew Laroche

Fr

Wyckoff Hall.Hudsonville, Ml

ErikLarson

So

Voorhees Holl.Centerville, OH

Hannah Larson

So

Kollen HallWest.Jackson, Ml

Amanda Long

So

Brownstone Apartments.Zionsville, IN

Aubrey Longstreet

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Jenison, Ml

Jessica Loper

Jr

Gilmore Hall.Kalamazoo, Ml

Mikar Lopez

So

Cook Hall.Chicago, IL

Nicholas Loubert

Fr

Voorhees Hall.Grand Rapids, Ml

Meghan Lau

Jr

Reeverts Cottage.Grandville, Ml

Maxfield Laughner

So

Wyckoff Holl.Cedarburg, Wl

Olivia Lauritsen

Fr

Jr

Noah Loula

Fr

Durfee Hall.Bolingbrook, IL

Amanda Lowry

Fr

Dykstra Holl....Riverside, IL

Dykstra Hall.ElkGrove Village. IL

Katlin Loverly

Andrew Lucas

So

Gilmore Hall.Eaton Rapids. Ml

Jasmine Laws

Fr

College EastApartments.Chicago, IL

Brandi Ledbetter

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Shelby Township, Ml

Brooke Ledsworth

Fr

Phelps Hall.Norton Shores, Ml

Benjamin Lee So Wyckoff Hall...,Aurora,C O

Jenna Lee

So

College East Apartments.Barrington, IL

Kelly Leikert

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Ludlngton, Ml

Hannah Lentz

Fr

LichtyHall....Hudson, OH

Alexandra Leppek

Jr

FalrbankVillages.Bay City, Ml

Catharine Lewis

So

College East Apartments.Falrtawn, OH

Julia Licata

Fr

Voorhees Hall.Livonia, Ml

Dana Lindhout

Jr

BrumlerApartments.Milford, Ml

154

Lize Loubser

Sutphen Cottage.Pinckney. Ml

Underclassmen

Fr

Kollen Hall East.McBaln, Ml

Elizabeth Lucking

Fr

Dykstra Hall.West Bloomfield, Ml

Camden Ludlow

Fr

Phelps Hall.Petoskey. Ml

Krista Luedke

Jr

Kooiker Cottage.Wheaton, IL

David Lunderberg

So

Phelps Hall.Grandville, Ml

Rachel Lundstrom

Jr

Cavanaugh Apartments.Arlington Heights, IL

Kara Lurvey

Fr

Gilmore Hall.Howell. Ml

Sydney Luse

Fr

Gilmore Hall.Elburn, IL

Kelsie Lynch

Jr

Sutphen Collage.Edina, MN

Joshua Lyon

Fr

Phelps Hall.Holt, Ml

Jarred Mackey

Jr

Mulder Cottage.Jackson. Ml

Duncan Maclean

So

Kollen Hall East.EastGrand Rapids, Ml

Underclassmen

155


Paris Madison

Fr

LichtyHoll.Kentwood, Ml

Izamar Mandujano

Jr

Taylor Cottage.Holland, Ml

Kaitlan Manning

So

Kollen HollWest.Indian Creek, IL

Lauren Marchany

Fr

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You reign on high Ybu reign on high

Dykstra Hall.Traverse City, Ml

Kyle Marcinkus

So

Cook Villages.Zeeland, Ml

Eleanor Marinelli

Jr

Phelps Hall.Cary. IL

Alexander Markos

Fr

Scott Hall.Houston, TX

Boone Marais

So

Kollen Hall East.TraverseCity. Ml

Tyler Marone

So

Cleo Apartments.Ann Arbor, Ml

Jacqueline Marschke

Jr

Cook Hall.Glenview, IL

Nicole Marsh

Fr

Kollen HallWest.Traverse City, Ml

Emily Martin

Fr

Kollen HallWest.Springfield, OH

Meredith Martin

Fr

Voorhees Holl.Bloomington, IL

Huntar Martin

Jr

Timmer Cottage.Mason, Ml

Emily Martinez

Jr

Cook Hall.RiverForest, IL

Aleksandra Masiak

Fr

Dykstra Holl.Aurora, IL

Stacy Mata

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Holland, Ml

Jacob Mate

Fr

Scott Hall.Jenison, Ml

Christina Mathew

So

Kelley Mckeon

Jr

Phelps Hall.Grand Ledge. Ml

Bennett Mckey Fr Durfee Hall.Stevensville, Ml

Kjersten Mckinniss

Fr

Kollen HallWest.Mansfield, OH

Alexander Mclaughlin

Fr

Voorhees Hall.Monroe, Ml

Melissa Mclaughlin

Jr

Brownstone Apartments.Waterford. Ml

Lisa Mclellan

Jr

Brumler Apartments.FortWayne. IN

John Mcmahon

Fr

Kollen Hall East.Naperville, IL

Katherine Mcmorris

Fr

Scott Hall.Ann Arbor, Ml

Lauren Mcnally

Fr

Voorhees Holl....Flint,Ml

Dykstra Hall.Chesapeake, VA

Sarah Mattioli

Sam Mcnulty

Fr

Dykstra Holl.Hoffman Estates, IL

Allyson Mauntler

Fr

Uchty Hall.Maumee, OH

Jenna Maury

So

Gilmore Holl.Lawton, Ml

Lauren May

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Shelby Township, Ml

John May

Jr

Kentwood, Ml

Tyler Mayer

Jr

Greenville, Ml

Kathleen McCarthy

Fr

Phelps Holl.Grand Haven, Ml

Sarah Mcclure

So

Phelps Hall.Delafield, Wl

Aaron Mceachran

Fr

So

Cook Villages.Green Bay, Wl

Carly Mcshane

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Normal, IL

Richard Medina

Fr

Wyckoff Hall.Bensenville, IL

Logan Meeker

Fr

Phelps Hall.Ludlngton, Ml

Abigail Meinhard

Fr

Dykstra Hall.LaPorte, IN

Tyler Melby

Fr

Kollen Hall East.Carol Stream, IL

Raquel Mendizabal Esveide Mendoza

So

Zeeland. Ml

Kollen Hall East.Golden, C O

Haley Menzies Fr

Anna Mcgee

Dykstra Hall....Plymouth, Ml

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Midland, Ml

Audrey Mckenzie

Fr

Dykstra Hall.. Grand Rapids, Ml

Jr

Brumler Apartments.San Salvador, ElSalvador

Marisela Meraz

So

Cook Hall.Chicago, IL

Alyssa Merges

So

Gilmore Hall.Arlington Heights, IL

156

Underclassmen

Underclassmen

157


Sarah Merrill

So

Van Vleck Hall.Zeeland, Ml

Baileigh Mesman

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Ontario, CA

Roudeland Metellus

So

Scott Hall.Grand Rapids, Ml

Nicole Metzler

So

Gilmore Hall.Santa Claus, IN

Molly Meyer

Fr

Dykstra Hall.South Bend, IN

Matthew Meyerhuber

Fr

Kollen Hall East.Saginaw, Ml

Rachel Michalowski

Fr

Columbia Apartments.Midland, Ml

Thomas Michielutti

Fr

Kollen Hall East.Shelby Township, Ml

Allison Middleton

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Perry, Ml

Molly Miedema

Fr

Kollen HallWest.Spring Lake, Ml

Lyndsy Miller

Fr

Holland, Ml

Morgan Miller

Fr

Audra Mitschke

Fr

Scott Hall.Charlotte, Ml

Dominique Molinaro

Fr

Gilmore Hall.Burtchvllle. Ml

Mitchell Monocchio

Fr

Kollen Hall East.. Glen Ellyn, IL

Baylie Mooney

Fr

Gilmore Hall.. Grand Rapids, Ml

Breanna Moore

Fr

Van Vleck Hall.Frankfort, IL

Nathan Morales

Fr

KollenHall East.Grand Blanc. Ml

Victoria Moralez

Fr

Voorhees Hall.Holland. Ml

Esther Moreno

So

Wyckoff Holl.Los Angeles. CA

Karen Moreno

So

Wyckoff Hall.Holland, Ml

Julian Morrison

Fr

Phelps Hall.Aurora. IL

Paige Morrow

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Western Springs, IL

Morgan Muchez

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Coldwater, Ml

Kollen HallWest....Portage, Ml

Christopher Miller

Jr

Justine Mucinski

College EastApartments.Grand Ledge. Ml

Christina Mulder

Jyne Miller

So

Phelps Holl.Holland. Ml

Leslie Miller

So

College East Apartments.Princeton, IL

Robert Miller

So

Kollen Hall East.Dearborn, Ml

Rochelle Miller

So

Phelps Holl.Orchard Lake, Ml

Taylor Mills

Fr

Scott Hall.Cedarville. OH

Nicole Mirabile

Fr

Kollen HallWest.BurrRidge, IL

Dorothy Mitchell

So

Scott Hall.Sunnyvale, CA

So

Rockford, Ml

So

Gilmore Hall.. .Pierson, Ml

Kaleigh Mullen

Jr

Kollen HallWest.Oakland Township. Ml

Winton Munch

Fr

Phelps Hall.TraverseCity, Ml

Joel Munoz

Fr

Scott Hall.Chicago, IL

Sarah Murphy

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Countryside, IL

Madeline Murphy

So

Kollen HallWest.Caledonia, Ml

Tara Murray

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Rolling Meadows, IL

Leah Murray

So

Wyckoff Hall.Iowa City, IA

Trevor Murray

So

Cook Hall.Grass Lake, Ml

Allison Muskat

So

Phelps Hall.Libertyville, IL

Rebecca Naal

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Northbrook, IL

Catherine Namwezi

Fr

Scott Hall.Kampala, Uganda

Dimitrie Nastasa

So

Durfee Hall....Clarkston, Ml

Madalyn Navis

Fr

Phelps Hall.Cedar Grove, Wl

Daniel Novitsky

Fr

Durfee Hall.South Barrington, IL

Alyssa Neace

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Naperville, IL

Andrew Neevel

So

Kasteel Cottage....Canton. Ml

Underclassmen

Underclassmen

159


Emily Nelson

Fr

Alexandra Orel

Van Vleck Hall.Williamsburg, Ml

Nathaniel Nelson

Xavier Ortiz

Scott Hall.Los Angeles, CA

Paul Nelson

TylerOsantowske Kathryn Osborne Jordan Ostrander

Jr

Christian Otteman Kelsey Otter

Sloan Ouellette Katelyn Owen Anne Oxendine

Jr

Claire Pabst

Jr

Morgan Painter Kimberly Palmer

So

Cook Hall.Aurora, IL

Jr

Eve Panning

Weimers Cottage.Sparta, Ml

Jr

Holland, Ml

Baltazar Nunez-Aguado Jr

Sydney Papa

Grey Apartment.Pullman, Ml

Fononyamba Nunghe

Jr

Sib Cottage.Metamora, Ml

Fr

Phelps Holl.Jones, Ml

Danielle Nowicki

Fr

Dykstra Hall.DeWrtt, Ml

Dosker Cottage.Linden, Ml

Adam Nottoli

Fr

Dykstra Hall.SterlingHeights, Ml

Holland, Ml

Nicholas North

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Novi, Ml

Fr

Voorhees Hall.Clarkston, Ml

Christian Nikkei

Jr

Cavanaugh Apartments.Rockford, Ml

Fr

Scott Holl.Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Ross Nickels

So

Cook Hall.Grandville, Ml

Fr

Wyckoff Holl.Chelsea, Ml

Minh Ngo

So

Kollen Hall East.Zeeland, Ml

So

Uchty Hall.Chelsea. Ml

Eric Newman

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Grand Rapids, Ml

Brumler Apartments.Chelsea, Ml

Hanna Newbound

So

Gilmore Hall.Midland. Ml

Fr

Scott Holl.Bloomingdale, IL

Samantha Newbound

Fr

Wyckoff Hall....Washington, Ml

So

Wyckoff Holl..Roselle, IL

Anne Neumann

Jr

Scott Hall.Los Angeles, CA

Fr

Kollen Hall East.Oswego, IL

Bonnie Nelson

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Westmont, IL

Fr

Jr

Van Drezer Cottage.Naperville. IL

Fr

Matthew Parisi

Jr

Scott Holl.Abuja, Nigeria

Sweet Apartment.Naperville. IL

Erica Nurenberg

Audrey Park

Fr

Uchty Hall.Pewomo, Ml

Chloe Nykamp

So

Sehyun Park

Voorhees Hall.Hudsonville, Ml

Mitchell O'Brien

Fr

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Kollen Hall East.Manteno, IL |

Esther O'connor

Fr

ScottHoll.. Balsam Lake, Wl

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Ann Arbor, Ml

Fr

Cook Hall.Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Carly Parker

Fr

Cook Hall..Westlake. OH

Benjamin Patchin Durfee Hall.Holland. Ml

Laura 0'Connor_Fr, Gllmore_Hall_SÂťevensville Ml

Emilie O'Connor

Jr

SchrierCottage.Balsam Lake, Wl

Lindsay O'Leary

Fr

Kollen HallWest.South Lyon, Ml

Emily Ockenfels

So

Cook Hall.SaultSainte Marie, Ml

Monica Ohnsorg

So

Gilmore Hall.Chanhassen, MN

TiffanyOken

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Naperville, IL

David Olgers

So

Wyckoff Hall.Holland, Ml

Emily Oliver

So

Wyckoff Hall.Springfield, VA

Hanna Olsen

Jr

Tan Cottage.Boyne City, Ml

160

Underclassmen

Fr


Gabrielle Plaep

Jr

Voorhees Holl.Spring Lake Park. MN

Jackie Plowman

So

Gilmore Hall.Hudsonville, Ml

Katherine Pniewski

Fr

Dykstra Hall..Lowell. Ml

Justine Poe

Jr

Cavanaugh Apartments.. Flushing, Ml

Shelby Poest

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Holland, Ml

Natalie Polanco

So

Gilmore Hall.Santiago, Dominican Republic

Stephanie Polet

So

Phelps Hall.Grandville, Ml

Jennifer Pollack

Jr

Sigma Cottage.Lansing, Ml

Carly Pollins

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Midland, Ml

Payton Ponstein

Jr

Reese Cottage.Jenison. Ml

Rebecca Pavlock

Fr

Gilmore Hall.South Lyon, Ml

Kelsey Payne

Fr

| Samantha Poon

Jr

Brumler Apartments.Midland, Ml

Laurel Post

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Dublin, OH

Dykstra Hall.Downers Grove, IL

Charlyn Pelter

Ashtyn Postema

Jr

College Eost Apartments.. Schererville, IN

Matthew Pelyhes

Fr

Kollen Hall East.Augusta, Ml

llianiPerez Rodriguez

Fr

ScottHoll.Williamston, Ml

Elizabeth Perkins

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Eaton Raplds, Ml

Kayla Perroud

So

Phelps Hall.Willlamston, Ml

Camryn Peterson

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Richten Park. IL

Sarah Peterson

Fr

Holland, Ml

Brooke Petzak

So

Cook Hall.Zeeland, Ml

Amy Pfau

Jr

FalrbankVillages.West Bloomfield, Ml

Giang Phon

Fr

Scott Hall.Hanoi, Vietnam

Molly Phillipi

Fr

Holland, Ml

Justin Phillips

Fr

Kollen HollEast.Kent City, Ml

ErikPhipps

Jr

So

Gilmore Hall.Grand Raplds, Ml

Faith Potgiesser

So

Gilmore Holl.Lawton, Ml

Hannah Potter

Fr

Kollen HallWest.Whitehall. Ml

Mikayla Pouliot

Fr

Phelps Hall.Hudsonville, Ml

Lauren Prince

Fr

Dykstra Hall. ..Holland, Ml

Ashley Prince

So

Gilmore Holl.Zeeland, Ml

Amber Prins

Jr

Holland, Ml

Audrey Prins

Jr

Ver Beek Cottage.Holland, Ml

Taylor Prokott

So

Wyckoff Hall.Grand Blanc. Ml

Rachael Pshock

So

North Ridgeville. OH

Destini Pulido

So

Voorhees Hall..Eaton Rapids. Ml

Bret Putzig

Fr

Voorhees Hall.Midland, Ml

Paige Qualls

Fr

LichtyHall.. Norton Shores, Ml

Dosker Cottage.Boone, IA

Olivia Pilon

Fr

Uchty Holl.Jackson, Wl

Katherine Pimmler

Fr

Van Vleck Hall.West Lafayette, IN

Alexandra Piper

Fr

Voorhees Hall.Brighton, Ml

Katherine Pittman

Fr

Voorhees Hall.Carlsbad, CA

Eric Plaehn

Fr

Kollen Hall East.Okemos, Ml

Underclassmen

Taylor Rabbai

Jr

Holland, Ml

Noah Rachor

Fr

Phelps Hall.Fenton, Ml

Kyle Rae

Fr

Kollen Hall East.Southlake. TX

Amanda Regains

Jr

Santa Ana, CA

Sarah Ratliff

Jr

Gilmore Hall.. West Chicago. IL

Underclassmen


Nicklas Raycraft

Jr

Van ZylCottage.Brighton. Ml

Mallory Reader

Fr

Kollen HollWest..Hartlond, Ml

Lauren RechenbachChapman Fr Cook Hall.Metamora, Ml

Paige Recknagel

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Norton Shores. Ml

Bethany Redeker

Fr

Dykstra Holl.Hartland, Wl

Elizabeth Reeg

Fr

Dykstra Holl.Spring Lake, Ml

Ruth Reeve

Fr

Voorhees Hall.Downers Grove, IL

Tatiana Reinbrecht

So

Kollen HallWest.Dundee, IL

Mitchell Reitsma

So

Kosteei Cottage.. Ada, Ml

Jarol Rendon

Fr

Scott Hall.Chicago. IL

Marcus Reyes

Fr

Voorhees Hall.Chicago, IL

Elizabeth Reynolds

Evan Rodgers

So

Wyckoff Hall.Dublin. OH

Jr

Jazmin Rodriguez

Brumler Apartments.Cheboygan, Ml

Scott Hall.Chicago, IL

Joy Rhine

Fr

Uchty Holl.Owosso, Ml

Alison Rhades

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Okemos, Ml

Andrew Rice

Jr

Fr

Jose Rodriguez

Fr

Scott Hall.Chicago. IL

Christopher Rodriguez

Jr

FairbankVillages.Kalamazoo. Ml

Brianna Roegner

So

Kollen HallWest.Gurnee. IL

Yonkman/Arcadlan Cottage.Lake Forest, IL

Gillian Rice

Jr

College East Apartments.Loingsburg, Ml

Bryce Richards

So

Michelle Roeschlein Jamie Rogalski

So

Cook Hall.Munster, IN

Kollen HollEast.Eaton Raplds, Ml

Bethany Rogers

Brandon Richardson

Dykstra Hall.Saginaw, Ml

So

Vennema Apartments.Galesburg, Ml

Nicholas Richardson

So

Cook Hall.Ann Arbor, Ml

EliseRiddell

Fr

Fr

Scott Hall.Indianapolis, IN

Fr

Grace Rogers

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Wheaton, IL

Lucas Rohrman

Jr

Van ZylCollage.Arlington Heights, IL

Dykstra Hall.Valparaiso, IN

Haley Riemer

So

Dykstra Holl.Ludlngton, Ml

Elijah Riggen

Fr

Durtee Hall.Macon, IL

Alexandra Riley

Fr

Cook Hall.Geneva, IL

Elizabeth Ringel

So

Gilmore Holl.Freeland, Ml

Santiago Rias

Fr

Voorhees Hall.Cicero. IL

Emily Rohwer

Jr

Sutphen Cottage.Grand Raplds. Ml

Matthew Rolain

So

Phelps Hall.Oakland Township. Ml

Meghan Ronayne

Jr

College Eost Apartments.Farmington Hills,Ml

Justyn Root

Fr

Phelps Hall.Williamsburg, Ml

Austin Rose

Fr

Wyckoff Hall.SaintCharles. IL

Ashley Ritsema

Jr

Timmer Cottage.Grand Raplds, Ml

Alexis-Simone Rivers

So

So

Lisa Rosema

Fr

Cook Hall.Indianapolis, IN

Dykstra Hall.Grandville, Ml

Christian Roberts

Rachel Rosenthal

Fr

Durfee Hall.Overland Park, KS

Jourdan Rodammer

Jr

Fennville, Ml

Colleen Roddy

So

Gilmore Hall.TraverseCity, Ml

164

Mary Rose

Cook Hall.Sheboygan, Wl

Underclassmen

Fr

Kollen HallWest.Okemos, Ml

Elizabeth Roskamp

So

Cook Holl.Grand Rapids, Ml

Miriam Roth

So

Van Vleck Hall.Traverse City, Ml

Underclassmen

165


Lisa Rowan

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Zeeland, Ml

Daniel Rozema

So

Durfee Hall.Kenosha, Wl

Samantha Rudnicki

So

Van Vleck Hall.Holt, Ml

Matthew Sandgren

Fr

Wyckoff Hall.Duluth. GA

Shubham Sapkota

Jr

KruithofCottage.Kathmandu, Nepal

Crystal Sarabia

Fr

Wyckoff Hall.Chicago, IL

Christina Sarosiek So Cook Hall.Green Boy, Wl

Katherine Sauer Jr Marguerite PrinsFrench House.Brookfield, IL

So

Christina Sayer

Cook Hall.Holland, Ml

Nicole Ruiz

East Stroudsburg, PA

Karleigh Rush

Alexandra Schaap

Fr

Kollen HallWest.Ionia. Ml

Erika Ryan

Fr

Gilmore Hall.Midland, Ml

Jr So

Gilmore Hall.Rockford. Ml

Zachary Schaap

So

Cook Hall.Holland, Ml

Samantha Schab

Fr

Kollen HallWest.Galesburg, Ml

Joseph Schierbeek So Durfee HallEast.Grand Rapids. Ml

Terah Ryan

Fr

Gilmore Hall.Holland, Ml

Joshua Ryan

So

Blue Apartment.Merrillville,IN

Delaney Ryde

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Lake Orion, Ml

Benjamin Schipper So Kollen Hall East,...Martin. Ml

Cara Schipper

So

Kollen HallWest.Holland, Ml

Erika Schlenker

So

Voorhees Hall.Troy, Ml

Laura Schmidt

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Yorktown. IN

Allyson Schnell

So

Des Plaines, IL

Lydia Sabin

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Sumner, Ml

Heather Sadogierski

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Algonquin, IL

Dalila Salas

Fr

Kollen Hall West.Holland, Ml

Claire Schoenberger

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Downers Grove, IL

Matthew Schowalter

Fr

Kollen Hall East.Birmingham, Ml

Marie Schrampfer

Jr

BeltCottage.Appleton. Wl

Brian Schrems

Fr

Durfee Hall.Zeeland, Ml

Alicia Schubert

Jr

BeltCottage.Enon, OH

Alexis Salisbury

So

Phelps Hall.Pinckney, Ml

Micah Sali

Sarah Schuiling

Jr

Zeeland, Ml

So

Nathaniel Schuitema

Kollen Hall East.Zeeland, Ml

Phelps Hall.Hudsonville, Ml

Emily Salomon

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Tray, Ml

Maxwell Schuiteman

Fr So

Durfee Hall.Fremont, Ml

Grace Schukos

So

Van Vleck Hall....SaintCharles, IL

Sierra Schultz

Fr

Uchty Hall.Kellogg, IA

Regina Sanchez-Gonzalez

Jr

Delta Phi Cottage.Fresno. CA

Ivan Sanchez

Fr

Tessa Schultz

Jr

Smith Cottage.. Kellogg, IA

Hannah Schulz

Jr

Scott Hall.San Francisco. CA

KleisCottage.Allegan. Ml

Claudia Sanchez

Julia Schuman

So

Kollen HallWest.Tegucigalpa. Honduras

Jr

Van Vleck Hall.Northbrook, IL

Mackenzie Schumborg

So

Phelps Hall.Ann Arbor, Ml

Melissa Schwan

Jr

Sigma Cottage.Oakland, Ml

166

Underclassmen

Underclassmen

167


Justin Scott

Fr

Durfee Holl.Midland, Ml

Amanda Scott

So

Van Vleck Hall.Mc Mlllan. Ml

Jessica Scott

So

Van Vleck Holl.Mc Mlllan, Ml

Madeline Scott

Olivia Skatrud

Fr

Scott Hall.Gig Harbor, WA

Ryan Skowronek Cook

So

Hall.Northville. Ml

Abigail Smith

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Jackson, WY

So

Phelps Hall.Glen Ellyn. IL

Delaney Seeburger

So

Scott Hall.Redlands, CA

Meredith Seidel

FfI

Dykstra Hall.. Naperville, IL

Asia Seidu

Fr

Scott Hall..Chicago, IL

Justin Seijo

Fr

Kollen Hall East.Holland, Ml

Christopher Seto

Abigail IvySmith

Fr

Wyckoff Hall.SlipperyRock, PA

Andrew Smith

Fr

Scott Holl.Belleville, Ml

Cullen Smith

Fr

Kollen Holl East.Milford. Ml

So

Cook Hall.Chelsea, Ml

Andrew Settecerri

Fr

Wyckoff Hall.Bloomfield Hills,Ml

Mary Setteducate

Fr

Kollen HallWest.Lake Bluff, IL

Kathryn Shanklin

Jr

Voorhees Hall.Greenwood, IN

Luke Shannon

Fr

Cook Hall.Ada, Ml

Sonya Shaw

Fr

Jeffrey Smith

Fr

Kollen HallEast.East Grand Rapids, Ml

Katherine Smith

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Mokeno, IL

Tyra Smith

Fr

LichtyHall.Grand Rapids, Ml

Allendale, Ml

Michael Shelton

Fr

Kollen Hall East.Niles, Ml

Amanda Shepherd

Fr

Voorhees Hall. ..Cincinnati, OH

Sarah Sheridan

Jr

Phelps Hall.Richmond, IN

Joy Sherman

Fr

Von Vleck Hall.Morton Grove, IL

Lindsay Sherwood

Jr

Darien, CT

Abigail Shew

So

LichtyHall.Danville, OH

Caren Shin

Fr

Scott Hall.Lake Bluff. IL

Andrew Sicard

Fr

Phelps Hall.South Haven, Ml

Clayton Siegle

Jr

Brumler Apartments.Caledonia, Ml

Stephanie Simko

Elizabeth Smoker

Fr

Kollen HallWest.Lake Forest, IL

Shelbey Snider

Fr

Dykstra Hall.South Bend, IN

Therese Snow

Fr

Kollen HallWest.Northbrook, IL

So

Dykstra Hall.Shelby Township, Ml

Emily Simmons

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Mount Clemens, Ml

Allison Simmons

Jr

College EastApartments.North Street, Ml

Timothy Simon

Jr

DeGraaf Cottage.Richland, Ml

Erica Simpson

Jr

Vennema Apartments.Traverse City, Ml

Elizabeth Sitterley

Anna Snyder

Jr

Cleo Apartments.Saline, Ml

Daria Solomon

Fr

Uchty Hall.Shelby Township, Ml

Hannah Soltysiak

Fr

Kollen HallWest.Grand Rapids. Ml

So

Cook Hall.Saint Louis, M O

ErickSkaff

Jr

Beeuwkes Cottage.Flint, Ml

168

Underclassmen

Underclassmen

169


TylerSpaulding

Brianna Stiefel

So

Fr

Durfee Holl.Holland, Ml

Dykstra Hall.Grand Rapids, Ml

Jordan Sportel

Steven Stinson

Jr

Elizabeth Staffa

Julia Stock

Fr

Samuel Stout

Fr

Fr

Phelps Hall.Royal Oak. Ml

Kollen HallWest.Wheaton, IL

Hope Stamas

So

Gilmore Hall.Norton Shores, Ml

Dykstra Hall.Arlington Heights, IL

Alexandra Stabler

Jr

Brumler Apartments.Stilwell,KS

Cook Holl.Kalamazoo, Ml

Stephanie Stover

Fr

Jr

Smith Cottage.Grand Rapids, Ml

Kollen HallWest.Kalamazoo, Ml

I Timothy Stambek

I Melanie Strickland

Fr

Adam Standiford

Cody Stuive

Fr

Andi Stuk

Fr

Daniel Sullivan

Fr

I Elizabeth Sumner

Fr

Katherine Supanich

Fr

Laurel Sutherin

So So

Emily Svendson

Cook Hall.Findlay. OH

Corey Stelk

So

Timmer Cottage.Crystal Lake. >L

Jr

Kenneth Swift Bird

Holland, Ml

Bridget Stenger

So

Doesburg Cottage.Chagrin Falls, OH

Uchty Hall.Lake Orion, Ml

Jamie Steinman

Fr

Van Vleck Hall.Royal Oak, Ml

Phelps Holl.LoPorte, IN

Chelsea Steinfeldt

Fr

Kollen HallWest.Portage, Ml

Dykstra Holl.Midland, Ml

Miranda Steele

Fr

Phelps Hall.Fennville, Ml

Durfee Hall.Hudsonville, Ml

Amelia Stebbins

So

Cook Hall.Mattawan, Ml

Kollen HallWest.Woodridge, IL

Matthew Stark

Fr

Durfee Hall.Hudsonville, Ml

Kollen Holl Eost.Kalamazoo. Ml

Sarah Stanicek

So

I Jenison, Ml

Kollen Hall Eost.Decatur, Ml

So

Kollen Hall East.Chadron, NE

So

Hania Szymczak

Phelps Holl.East Grand Raplds, Ml

Jr

Voorhees Hall.Farmington Hills,Ml

Amanda Stepho

Elizabeth Tally

So

Samantha Sterkenburg

Claire Tally

Fr

Bryce Talsma

Fr

Regina Tan

Fr

Uchty Hall.ShelbyTownship, Ml

Fr

Lucas Tans

Dykstra Hall.Three Rivers, Ml

Kaysee Stevenson

Fr

Phelps Hall.Hudsonville. Ml

Dykstra Hall.Commerce Township, Ml

Samantha Stevenson

Jr

Overland Park, KS

Dykstra Hall.Northport, Ml

Samantha Stevens

Fr

Gilmore Hall.Overland Park, KS

Voorhees Holl.Flushing, Ml

So

ParkviewApartments.Hudsonville. Ml

Jr

College EastApartments.Three Rivers, Ml

Madeline Taylor

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Rochester, Ml

Rachel Taylor

So

Phelps Hall.Zeeland, Ml

Andrew Teahan

Fr

Phelps Hall.Birmingham, Ml

Laura Teal

So

Dykstra Hall.Hudsonville. Ml

Cailyn Tenhoeve

So

Cook Hall.Naperville, IL

Christian Terrell

Fr

Durfee Hall.Monroe, CT

Erica Theros

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Ann Arbor, Ml

Sarah Thoman

So

Phelps Hall.Richland, Ml

Jeremy Thomas

Fr

Scott Hall.Maywood, IL

Michael Thomas

Fr

Kollen Hall East.Troy. Ml

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Reinie Thomas

Fr

Kollen HallWesl.Portage. Ml

Miriam Thomas

Jr

Kollen HallWesl.Avon, IN

Abigail Thomas

So

Phelps Hall.Augusta, Ml

HollyThompson

Jr

BeltCottage.TraverseCity, Ml

Alec Thomson

Victoria Underhill FalrbankVillages

Jr

Birmingham, Ml

Allison Urban

So

Gilmore Hall.Wheaton, IL

Ashley Urban

So

Cook Holl.Clarkston, Ml

Travis Urbanick

Fr

Durfee Hall.Willowbrook, IL

Fr

Durfee Hall.Jackson, Ml

TaylorThorpe

So

Phelps Hall.Fenton, Ml

Meghanne Tighe

Jr

Smith Cottage.Leonard, Ml

Jonathan Tilden

Fr

Kollen Hall East.Holland, Ml

Christopher Tippett

So

Vennema Apartments.Flushing, Ml

Logan Tomaszewski

Fr

Wyckoff Hall.Kirtland.OH

Amanda Tomes

Jr

Cook Villages.Holland, Ml

Abby Tongue

So

Gilmore Hall.TraverseCity, Ml

Caroline Toren

So

Gilmore Hall.Chicago Heights, IL

Katelyn Torres

Fr

Scott Hall.Rockford, Ml

Vanessa Torres

Fr

Scott Hall.Chicago, IL

Bridget Totsch

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Park Ridge, IL

Bailey Towns

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Flushing, Ml

E m m a Träger

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Midland, Ml

Amanda Traversa

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Winfield, IL

Daniel Vachon

Fr

Kollen Hall East.SterlingHeights, Ml

Andrew Valesano

Jr

Klaasen Cottage.Sherwood, OR

Jaclyn Van Dyk

So

Dykstra Hall.ImlayCity, Ml

JenniferVan Es

Jr

Limuru. Kenya

Anikka Van Eyl

So

Dykstra Hall.Grand Rapids. Ml

Benjamin Van Gorp Maribeth Van Hecke

Madeline Van Heusden Sydney Van Hulle

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Troy. Ml

Jonathan Van Reenen

Bradley Van Valkenburg Durfee Hall.Coopersville, Ml

TyVan Wieren

Fr

Durfee Hall.Grand Haven, Ml

Annika Van Wieren Nathan Vance

Fr

Joshua Vandebunte

Melanie Trimble

Fr

Voorhees Hall.Okemos, Ml

Claire Trivax

So

Cook Hall.Orchard Lake, Ml

Jonathan Tuck

Fr

Kollen Hall East.Williamsburg, Ml

Courtney Tuinier

Fr

Voorhees Hall.Augusta, Ml

Shannon Turner

Jr

Fennville, Ml

Maxwell Tustin

Fr

Phelps Hall.Plainwell, Ml

Hannah Tweed

Jr

Delta PhiCottage.Madison, Wl

Jack Twitty

Fr

Kollen Hall East.Oakland Township, Ml

Miranda Ulmer

So

Cook Hall.Zionsville, IN

Underclassmen

Jr

Albers/Dorian Cottage.Grand Ledge, Ml

Dykstra Holl.Indianapolis, IN

Jr

Fr

Wyckoff Hall.Livonia, Ml

Phelps Hall.Holland, Ml

Weimers Cottage.Geneva, IL

Fr

Kollen HallWest.Brighton, Ml

Kathryn Trentadue_So,

Katherine Trierweiler

So

Argonne, IL

Durfee Hall.Holland, Ml

172

Fr

Kollen Hall East.Glen Ellyn, IL

So

So


William Verduin

So

Durfee Hall.Grand Haven, Ml

Jacob Verschueren

Jr

Dosker Cottage.Twin Lake, Ml

Daniel Vessells

So

Kasteel Cottage.Bloomfield, Ml

ArielVincent

Jr

Cook Hall.RiverForest. IL

Ashley Vlasak

So

Kollen Hall.West Woodridge, IL

Jessica Vlisides

Fr

Phelps Hall.Waterford, Ml

Anna Voskuil

Fr

Van Vleck Hall.Bloomington. IN

Kelsey Vredeveld

So

Phelps Hall.Jenison, Ml

Minh Vuong

Fr

Phelps Hall.Hanoi, Vietnam

Randall Wade

So

Voorhees Hall.Royal Oak, Ml

TrevorVonder Loan

Fr

Durfee Hall.....Ada Ml

Adam Vander Ploeg

Fr

Wyckoff Hall.Mundelein. IL

Samantha Vander Yacht

Fr

Dykstra Hall.West Olive. Ml

EllynVander Zouwen

Jr

BeltCottage.Midland, Ml

Josie Vandermolen

So

TrevorWagoner

Fr

Durfee Hall.Hixson,TN

Jensine Waller

Fr

Uchty Hall.Naperville, IL

Tyson Walton

Fr

Scott Hall.. ..San Leandro, CA

Qian Wang

Fr

Scott Hall.Qingdao, China

Liping Wang

So

FriedCottage.Shaoxing, China

West Olive. Ml

Amy Vanderstoep

Jr

Holland, Ml

Hana Vanderveen

Jr

Kollen HallWest.Arlington Heights. IL

Katie Vanderzwaag

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Holland, Ml

Alison Vandixhorn

Fr

Kollen HallWest.Llbertyville, IL

EmilyVandyken

Fr

Bridgette Waning

Fr

Gilmore Hall.Saint Joseph. Ml

Lindsay Watkins

So

Kollen HallWest.Barrington, IL

Cole Watson

Fr

Phelps Hall.Louisville, C O

Alexandria Watts

Fr

Van Vleck Hall.Union. Ml

Ashley Weatherspoon

Jr

FalrbankVillages.Greenville. MS

Dykstra Hall.Zeeland, Ml

Laura VanOss

Jr

Wheaton, IL

Troy Vanportfliet

So

Kollen Hall East.Grand Rapids, Ml

Rebekah Vanslooten

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Allendale, Ml

Alyssa Vanwerden

Fr

Phelps Hall.Petoskey, Ml

Zachary Vanwyk

Jr

Parker Weaver

Fr

Kollen Hall East.Clarkston, Ml

Alexandra Webb

Fr

Phelps Hall.Woodland Hills,CA

Matthew Webb

So

Kasteel Cottage.Grand Rapids. Ml

Zachary Weber

Fr

Kollen Hall East.Ann Arbor, Ml

Ethan Webster

Fr

Voorhees Hall.Minot, ND

Reese Cottage.Zeeland, Ml

Elizabeth Varnhagen

Katelyn Webster

Jr

Jr

Cook Villages.Minot, ND

Smith Cottage.Commerce Township, Ml

Karsten Weeldreyer

Elizabeth Vartabedian

Jr

College East Apartments.Novi, Ml

NikolaiVasilic

Fr

Phelps Hall.Chicago, IL

EmilyVeenbaas

Fr

Phelps Hall.Willowbrook, IL

Whitney Velthouse

Fr

Durfee Hall.Jenison, Ml

Matthew Weiss

Jr

Cook Hall.Roselle, IL

Chloe Werkema

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Ada. Ml

Jessica White

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Glen Ellyn, IL

Dykstra Hall.Hudsonville, Ml

Underclassmen

Underclassmen

175


Rachel White

Fr

Gilmore Hall.Cincinnati, OH

Colin Whitehead

Fr

ScottHoll.Commerce Township, Ml

Ross Whitman

Fr

Voorhees Hall.Monroe, Ml

Kendall Wickstrom

Fr

Phelps Hall.Norton Shores, Ml

Lindsay Wiederhold

So

Kollen HollWest.Plainwell, Ml

HollyWierenga

Fr

Dykstra Holl.Jenison. Ml

Blaine Wierzbicki

Fr

Durfee Hall.Byron Center, Ml

Grace Wiesner

So

Phelps Hall.. Traverse City, Ml

Kyrian Wilcox

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Ada. Ml

Lucas Wiles

Fr

Durfee Hall.Cedar Springs, Ml

Kiara Williams

So

Cook Hall.Indianapolis, IN

Morgan Wilson

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Lombard, IL

Karina Winkelman

So

Dykstra Hall.SaintPaul, MN

Karissa Winkler

Fr

Kollen HallWest.Grand Hoven, Ml

Nathan Winter

Jr

Cook Villages.Saugatuck, Ml

William Winter

So

Cook Hall.Holland, Ml

Breanna Wisneski

So

Gilmore Hall.Grand Raplds, Ml

Cryssanne Wittlief

So

Kollen HallWest.Mount Horeb, Wl

Jana Witulski

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Franktort, IL

Katelynn Wohlfert

Jr

Voorhees Hall.Caledonia, Ml

Brooke Wolters

So

Phelps Hall.Holland, Ml

Hannah Wolthuis

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Martin, Ml

Abbey Woodstock

Fr

Gilmore Hall.Otsego, Ml

Wesley Wright

Fr

Scott Hall.Johnson City, TN

Matt Wright

So

Kollen Hall East.Clarkston, Ml

Alexandria Wubben

So

Voorhees Hall.Allegan, Ml

Logan Wyant

Fr

Wyckoff Hall.Richland. Ml

ElijahYang

Fr

Scott Hall.Eugene, OR

llena Yankoviak

Fr

Kollen Hall.West Petoskey, Ml

Ziyu Ye

Fr

Sara Yockey

Jr

Timmer Cottage...Farmington Hills,Ml

Mason Yoder

So

Mandeville Cottage....Millersburg, OH

Veronica Zamorano

Fr

Voorhees Hall.Chicago. IL

Zachary Zandbergen

Jr

Grandville, Ml

Hannah Zerbel

Fr

Phelps Hall.Kalamazoo. Ml

TiffanyZhang

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Midland. Ml

Christine Zhao

So

Columbia Apartments.Ada, Ml

Ethan Zimmerman

So

College EastApartments.Niles, Ml

Shelby Zoeller

Fr

Scott Hall.Midland, Ml

Emily Zoller

So

Gilmore Hall.Longmont. C O

Sean Zorn

Fr

Kollen HallEast.ClintonTownship, Ml

Theodora Zucker

So

Van Vleck Hall.Lake Orion, Ml

Abbie Zuiderveen

Fr

Dykstra Hall.Hudsonville, Ml

Blake Zwintscher

Jr

Cook Hall.Milwaukee, Wl

Scott Holl.Hangzhou, China

176

Underclassmen

Underclassmen

177



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W o m e n ’s Golf

The men's golf team, led by head coach Bob Ebels, played a great season, taking 1st inthe MIAA championship. Inaddition, numerous players also received honors. Winton Munch ('17)was named MIAA Most Valuable Golfer. Collin Breit ('15), Ben Lewis ('15), and Ben Lanting ('15) also made the All-MIAA Second Team. |Drew Goodman ('15)

The 2013-14 women's golf team was led by head coach Greg Stafford with Mary Bradley ('14) and Montana Leep ('15) serving as the team captains. The team placed 5th overall inthe MIAA Championship, with Leep receiving second-team All-MIAA honors. |Drew Goodman ('15) <^Vr-cWe Pe>Sje: From the left, Elena Moore ('17), Stephanie Stover ('15), Mary Bradley ('14), Andrea Powell ('15), Dominique Molinaro ('17), & Montana Leep ('16) gather for the camara.

CaJldlj: Collin Breit ('15) walks along the green carrying his golf bag during a match. Breitserved as one of two team captains for the 2013-14 men's golfteam along with Evan Telzerow ('15).

PA.Rj Moving intoher follow through, Elena Moore ('17) keeps her eye on the ball. "I love playing golf at Hope because it allowed m e to continue my competitive golf career into college."

S>o<5»r^öa.rJl Aug. 31 FurnitureCity Classic @ Mines Golf Course, Grand Rapids........................... 4thPlace Sep. 6 Olivet College Tournament @ Medalist Golf Club, Marshall..........................12thPlace Sep. 7 Olivet College Tournament @ Medalist Golf Club, Marshall..........................10thPlace Sep. 12 Trine University FallClassic @ ZöllnerGolf Course, Angola, IN....................... 4thPlace Sep. 21 CCIW/MIAA Challenge...............3rdPlace Sep. 24 @ MIAA Jamboree................. 4thPlace Sep. 28 @ MIAA Jamboree................. 4thPlace Oct. 2 MIAA Jamboree @ Thornapple Pointe Golf Club, Grand Rapids........................... 5thPlace Oct. 5 MIAA Jamboree @ ZöllnerGolf Course, Angola, IN................................... 3rdPlace Oct. 11 MIAA Championship FirstRound @ Bedford Valley Country Club, Battle Creek........ 5th Place Oct. 12 MIAA Chmpionship Final Round @ Bedford Valley Country Club, Battle Creek............. 6thPlace Apr. 5 Saint Francis Invitational............... 8thPlace Apr. 8 WHAC Challenge....................3rdPlace Apr. 16 @ Saint Mary's..................... Noscore Apr. 18 @ Wisconsin-Whitewater Tournament...1stPlace Apr. 19 @ Wisconsin-Whitewater Tournament...1stPlace

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A. <S*upporlcve T-eGOH: Before her next hole Mary Bradley ('14) enjoys friendly conversation between her teammates. "Abig partofwhy I love golf so much her at Hope is because of the friendships I'vemade through playing."

lo^wLo Höpe: (From the left)Head coach Bob Ebels, Evan Telzerow ('15), Ben Lewis ('15), Winton Munch ('17), Ben Lanting ('15), and Collin Breit ('15)gather fora pictureinfront of the iconic Hope anchor.

Aug. 30 & 31 @ Olivet College Lou Collins Invitational......................... 3rd Place Sep. 5 @ MIAA Jamboree No. 1........... 1stPlace Sep. 10 Hope College 'B'Tournament....... 1stPlace Sep. 13 @ MIAA Jamboree No. 2......... 4th Place Sep. 18 @ MIAA Jamboree No. 3.......... 1stPlace Sep. 21 @ MIAA Jamboree No. 4............... 1stPlace Sep. 23 @ MIAA Jamboree No. 5.............. 4thPlace Sep. 28 @ MIAA Jamboree No. 6.............. 3rdPlace Oct. 3 MIAA Jamboree No. 7................. 1stPlace Oct. 7 @ MIAA Jamboree No. 8........... 1stPlace Mar. 17 @ Webber, FL..................... 306 Apr. 8 @ Furniture City Classic............ 1stPlace Apr. 9 @ AC Eddy Invitational................. 4thPlace Apr. 12 MIAA National Qualifier @ Watermark Golf Club, Grand Rapids, 1stRound............... 1stPlace Apr. 18 MIAA National Qualifier, 2nd Round.. 3rd Place Apr. 19 MIAA National Qualifier, 3rd & Final Round..................................1stPlace May 13 NCAA D-lllNational Championships @ Greensboro, NC, Firstround.................. 4thPlace May 14 NCAA D-lllNational Championships @ Greensboro, NC ..................... 17th Place

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T h e cross country t e a m started the s e a s o n with high hopes. C o a c h e d by M a r k Northius a n d with captains S a m u e l P e d e r s o n (’14) a n d J a m e s R o g e r s ('14) leading the way, the t e a m started strong with a win at the Vanderbilt Invite. T h e s e a s o n continued successfully, with m a n y runners stepping u p to play big roles. I Aleksandra M a s i a k ('17)

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Qkeer-uvjOn and off the course, the girls on the team are always supporting each other. Here are Catie G a m m o n ('14)and Amanda Dort ('17) cheering on their fellow Dutchman at the NCAA D-lll Great Lakes Regional. Even those not running the race are always a part of the team.

P-LwTsAv: James Rogers ('14) racestothefinishlineina meet atCalvin College. One of the graduating seniors on this years team, Rogers ran for the team allfour years at Hope.

Vanderbilt Invitational - 1st Place Calvin College Invitational -7th Place MIAA Cross Country Jambouree

The Men's & Women's Cross Country teams were together as a group in their pre-season training camp. Coming to school a week earlymay not seem idealto most, but itgave the team a great opportunityto bond and startthe year off righttogether. hoto by: EmilyWrozek ('15

-2nd Place Lansing Community College Invitational

each Mark Northiuswas a five-time MIAA all-conference Muskegon Community College Jayhawk runner when he himself attended Hope, finishing in the Invitational - 3rd Place top fiveat the MIAA champtionship allfouryears he ran. Wisconsin-Oshkosh Invitational -

14th Place MIAA Championships - 2nd Place N C A A D-lll Great Lakes Regional

-9th Place Senior Samuel Pederson recieved the honor of being named MIAA Runner of the Week

In his twenty-five years coaching for Hope, the team has finished third or higher in the conference standings each year.

Vanderbilt Invitational - 1st Place Michigan State Spartan Invitational MIAA Cross Country Jambouree

-2nd Place Lansing Community College Invitational

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-5th Place MIAA Championships - 2nd Place |sheri McCormack was n a med MIAA MVP N C A A D-lll Great Lakes Regional

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\*c<$-\<er:A Dutchmen heads a ball over a Calvin Knight. The Dutchmen had many accomplishments this season both individuallyand as a team. Seniors Jason Muller ('14) and Grant Neil ('14) and Junior Tarwo Konbloa ('14) received all-region recognition from the NSAA.

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^ r - c v - e w MIAA Champions "Thissenior season was one to remember! So many great wins, and so many great relationships were built. W e came together as a group and bought into what we had to do to be successful. This years group was a ,true example of a team through and Ithrough.W e played soccer thisseason forthe pure joy of it.You could ask any guy on the Iteam and they would say the best part of this year was not the wins, but the fun we had together. No, we didn't win a National Championship like we dreamed, but I wouldn't have wanted to end my senior season with any other group of guys!" IGrant Neil ('14)

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V\<e dkepeWSse: Junior Erindipping ('15)executes a play past the detense to move the ball up the field. Along with fellow teammate Raisa Yewah, dipping was a FirstTeam All-MIAA selection.

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Lady Dutch Soccer The Flying Dutch completed another excellent season in 2013, finishing with an overall record of 16-4-1 and a conference record of 12-4-1. Junior Erindipping ('15)and Senior Raisa Yewah ('14) were both selected as FirstTeam All-MIAA selections. Lindsey Bieri ('15), Kat Dickson ('15), and Nora Kirk ('15) were all earned All-MIAA Second Team distinction. All athletes played excellent season and were key contributors to the Flying Dutch's winning record. The team also claimed national academic recognition and were awarded NSCAA Bronze Team Ethics Award for sportsmanship. Way to go Lady Dutch!

V\<e puwoL: Sophomore Kristin Flazlett ('16) beats an Olivet forward to a header during a home game. The Comets fellto Flope with a 4-0 win forthe Dutchmen.

Junior Lindsey Bieri ('15) meets a Saint Mary's player at midfieldto make a steal. Bieri contributed 3 goals and 5 assists to the team's successful season.

<SseWcc>r The team watches from the sidelines on Senior Night in October. Lindsey Bieriand Erin dipping both scored securing a 2-0 victory over Saint Mary's.

front, A Krueger ('16), C Johnson ('15), M Muchez ('17), A Olson ('14), C Laux ('14), R Yehaw ('14), L Bieri ('15), K Hazlett ('15), N Curry ('17), S Fazio ('17); middle, C Schmidt ('15), J Lockwood ('17), J Fatum ('17), M Buursma ('15), E dipping ('15), K Dickson ('15), M Cefaratti ('15), R Rebhan ('14), J Thelen ('17), M DeShaw ('15), K Dice ('17), L Engelsman; back, assistant coach E Slenk, head coach Leigh Sears, manager C VandenBosch, manager K Kooiker, manager M Apostoleris, M Nelson ('16), B Dippel ('15), K Bosch ('14), N Kirk('15), R deMarigny ('17), athletic training students A Japinga, R Floerschemeyer, E Forlow, assistant coach K Thayer.

-cl\ <§-£>^1: Junior Kat Dickson ('15) heads back into the goal after halftime. Kat Dickson was the starting goalkeeper and finished the 2013 season with 63 saves and 6 shutouts.

excellent senior season leading the team with game­ winning goals and being selected for FirstTeam All-MIAA.

Denison........................3-1 Kenyon........................ 2-1 Elmhurst....................... 2-0 Albion*........................ 3-1 Adrian......................... 2-1 Trine*......................... 4-0 Olivet......................... 4-0 St. Mary's....................... 1-1 Alma*......................... 0-1 Kalamazoo*.................... 4-3 Calvin*........................ 1-2 Albion......................... 2-1 Adrian*........................ 2-1 Trine.......................... 1-0 Olivet......................... 3-0 St. Mary's*...................... 2-0 Alma......................... 3-0 Kalamazoo..................... 2-0 Calvin.........................0-1 Alma, MIAA Semi-Finals............ 1-0 Calvin, MIAA Tournament Final....... 0-2

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"What Ilove most about volleyball season is making memories with my teammates. The long bus rides, fun hotel stays, having a record breaking season, messing around inthe locker room before practice, or making itto nationals are justa few things that Iwill remember forever." K-U-cAcell C \ Q

k-Al « i w Atthe net, Courtney Earles('14) hits the volleyball right through the opponenfs hand, getting a kill instantly. One more point for Hope College!

A-C-E ACE! The 2013 Hope College Volleyball season was another big hitforthe team and Coach Becky Schmidt. This year's varsity team consisted of a wide age range of playerswith two seniorsand sixfreshmen playerswho also ma d e the team. Hope was ranked as the number two team in NCAA Division III volleyball. The team worked hard and never gave up and with such a high ranking, anyone and even/one could see that. Another great accomplishment the team ma d e was making it all the way to the Quarterfinals. Even though the Flying Dutchmen did not make itto the top, the team accomplished amazing things. As Coach Schmidt said, "Icouldn't be prouder ofwhatthese girlshave done." |SierraSchultz

"Beaver Strong!" -Aamnsl Va-lvAe%L>V\Ve (V) "Iwould not change anything about my first season on the Hope College Volleyball team. On our road to success between pre-season to regionals and nationals, my extraordinary coaches and teammates taught me how to Inspire hope' in others."

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The Hope women's swim team had a great season this year. W e were undefeated inconference dual meets due to the hard work and dedication of each member of the team. The Flying Dutch had a fantastic conference meet, finishing only 37 point behind the rival Calvin team, giving them a run fortheir money. Hope had eight first place finishes with phenomenal, record shattering swims. Eight swimmers and divers were named All MIAA. W e sentfiveathletestothe DivisionIIIChampionships where they broke even more school and conference records. The women's swim team has big hopes fornextyear, lookingtocome back even stronger and closer as a team. |Lauren Girard ('15) T

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The men's swim had yet another great season for 2013-2014. Junior Grant Ludema ('15) said finishing 2nd inthe MIAA conference was very satisfying because everyone worked so hard all season and swam their best during the championships. Three swimmers and one diver were put on the 2013-2014 All-Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association Men's Swimming and Diving Team. Senior Jake Hunt ('14) was honored for the second time in his career while sophomore Jeff Zita ('16), freshmen Zach Diener ('17), and Jean-Luc Miralda ('17)were firsttime honorees. The Dutchmen are anxious to get back into the pool and dominate the MIAA conference next season. | Margaret Bailey ('15) Plj: Sophomore Nathaniel Rommel ('16) swims fly for the 400 medley relay at Alma. The relay took first and helped Hope secure a 166-76 victory.

r Trule ^ \-eGLiAv Sophomore Michael Trier('16)and JuniorChristopher Waechter ('15) pose fora pictures after a Hope swim meet. Waechter said his favorite part or Hope swimming is "the camaraderie of the team and its individual members. Relationships between the swimmers are strong and unique inthe sense that we spend a lot of time together and look out for one another."

P r A? f+.‘ Above, senior Maria Kieft ('14), sophomore JorgieWatson ('16),freshman Molly Meyer ('17),and sophomore KlareNorthuis ('16) embrace after completing the 400 medley relayatthe MIAA championship meet. Watson said this moment was awesome because the foursome beat Calvin afterfallingshortto them allseason and everyone dropped time.

S.oe>r-etö3Lr<Jl 10/19/13 at Calvin MIAA Relays... Non-scoring 10/26/13 at Hope................... 160 11/2/13 Olivet College................. 72 11/9/13 at Hope.....................160 11/22/13 at U of Chicago-Phoenix Classic.. 5th 11/23/13 at U of Chicago-Phoenix Classic.. 5th 12/6/13 at Wheaton-College Invitational.... 4th 12/7/13 at Wheaton-College Invitational.... 5th 1/11/14 at Wheaton-Quad............. 2nd 1/18/14 at Albion.................... 116 2/12/14 MIAA Championships-Finals......2nd 2/13/14 MIAA Championships-Finals...... 1st 2/14/14 MIAA Championships-Finals......2nd 2/15/15 MIAA Championships-Finals......2nd 3/20/14 NCAA D-lll Championships...... 28th 3/21/14 NCAA D-lll Championships...... 28th 3/22/14 NCAA D-lll Championships...... 26th

fVöYö: from left, front, Cara Conrad ('14), Jorgie Watson ('16), Emily Weber (’15), Taryn Gras ('15), Erica Dunham ('15), Lauren Girard ('15); second, Stephanie Polet ('16), Elizabeth Eader ('16), Molly Meyer ('17), Luisa Burgess ('15), Virginia Cotterall ('16), Bethany Schmall ('14), John Patnott; third, Tatiana Reinbrecht, Paige Garwood ('15), Mikalya Freyling ('17), Michelle Hance ('16), Payton Hoff ('17), Sarah Bettag ('16); back, Maria Kieft ('14), Kaleigh Mullen ('16), Lindsay Wiederhold ('16), Klare Northuis ('16), Hannah Larson ('16), Sarah Sheridan

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Co-ed Cheer The Cheerleading squad isa co-ed team that entertains and energizes the crowd and pumps up either the football or basketball team. During timeouts and the entire game, the squad never stops supporting their fellow Dutchmen. On and off the sidelines you can see the cheer squad go crazy with the crowd. What is a student section without the cheerleaders? The team iscoached by Wes Wooley, a Hope College and cheerleading squad alumni. Coach Wooley has been the head coach since 1996 and has done tremendous things with the Hope College squad. The 2013-14 school year had a uniquely large group of energetic seniorswho are so passionate about their sport. The cheerleading squad is a necessity to the football and basketball games. Nothing would be the same without the bright smiling faces, positive attitudes, and loud voices being contributed by the team. | Sierra Schultz p 7)

Free As the crowd yells louder and louder, Alex Stradal ('14) prepares to throw a free footballintothestands.As always,thecrowd goes crazy untilsomeone claims the prize.

TT.(A\e O u l :Every chance they get, the cheer team takes to the court during Basketball games to keep the audience in high spiritsand cheer on the Dutchmen. They're never short on cheers, chants, orimpressive stunts.

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T C a - l v - c w : Sophomore Alex Eidson ('16) istoo quick forthe Knights! He dribbles past Calvin's defense and scores in rival game at home. Eidson lead the team in shooting forthe 2013-2014 season with an average of 13.1 points per game.

<S>c\\WViceS :SeniorCaleb Byers ('14)sinksa 3 and the crowd goes wild! Byerswas one forfourteam captains for this season along with seniorsGrant Neiland Nate VanArendonk and sophomore Ben Gardner.

k-eep IV Op. Sophomore Ben Gardner ('16)takes the ball down the court to run a play during a home game. Gardner was one ofthe most consistentscorersthis season with a shooting percentage of 77.9%

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up :Sophomore BrockBenson ('16)keeps his hands high in the post positionto defend the lane forthe Dutchmen. Benson was a key player on defense this season averaging 4.3 rebounds per game.

OlvcVj Men’s Basketball Being able to play basketball for Hope has been a dream come true. Hope College has some of the best fans inthe world. One of my favorite memories at Hope was beating Calvin at home thisyear. Itisalways a good feeling to beat Calvin, but no better feeling than beating them at home infront of one of the biggest Dew Crew student sections ever. I will never forget Nate "POOST" VanArendonk's huge dunk over two Calvin players rightbefore the end ofthe first half. Ifeel privileged to have been able to play at Hope College, and will always look back at thisas some of the best times in my life. ICaleb Byers ('14)

Tc>u Oef-ev^-e: Senior Grant Neil ('14) makes an opponent sweat by playing some tough defense.

Twe> Nov. 14 at Grand Valley. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . L, 90-84 Nov. 22 at Wis,-Whitewater. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . L, 83-70 Nov. 23 at Wis. Stevens Point. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . L, 82-62 Nov. 29 vs. Aquinas @ Calvin. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . W, 69-67 Nov. 30 vs. Cornerstone @ Calvin. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I, 79-73 Dec. 6 vs. Wheaton @ Calvin. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . L, 80-61 Dec. 7 vs. Carthage @ Calvin. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . W.80-58 C>ew C r e w Dec. 20 Lake Forest. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . W, 78-66 Cp-cr-cV: The Dew Dec. 21 III.Wesleyan. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I,91-83 Crew goes wild Dec. 30 vs. Centre @ Crestview Hills. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . W, 75-80 Dec, 31 at Thomas More. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . W, 83-80 after Nate Jan. 4 Edgewood. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . W, 68-64 VanAerendonk Jan. 9 Trine. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . W,75-61 Jan. 11 at Calvin. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . W,71-63 ('14) dunks over Jan. 15 at Albion. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . L,67-49 the Calvin Jan. 18 Olivet. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . W,80-72 Jan. 22 at Alma. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . W,93-82 defense. The Dew Jan. 29 Adrian. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . W,82-56 Crew was Feb. 1 at Trine. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . W,82-56 consistent with Feb. 3 Kalamazoo. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . W,76-61 Feb. 5 Calvin. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . W,83-65 showing their Feb. 8 Albion. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . W,88-73 everlasting Feb. 12 at Olivet. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . W, 108-57 Feb. 15 Alma. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . W, 70-67 incredible support :eb. 19 at Kalamazoo. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . W, 110-78 Feb. 22 at Adrian. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . W,73-56forthe Dutchmen Feb. 26 Trine. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . W,65-62 thisseason. Mar. 1 Calvin MIAA Tournament Championship G a m e . . . . L, 78-53 Mar. 7 Penn St.-Behrend N C A A D-lll Tournament, First R o u n d . L, 70-66 196

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From left,front, Rob Sterken, Arville Carroll, Chad Carlson ('17), Jordan Denham ('16),AlexEidson('16), Grant Neil ('14), Ben Gardner ('16), Corey McMahon ('15), Cody Campbell ('14), Mike Aldrich; back, Alex Campbell, Jeff Carlson, Harrison Blackledge ('17), Cody Stuive ('17), Brock Benson ('16), Nate VanArendonk ('14), Caleb Byers ('14), Keith Brushwyler ('17), Sam Otto ('16), Tom Davelaar, Matt Neil.

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^r-cvew: Freshman Allison Hedrick ('17) drivesintothe lane to score. The FlyingDutch had an incredible year with some amazing players. Sophomore Maura McAfee ('16)was selected at MVP by league coaches, senior Megan Kelley ('14) was named Defensive Player of the Year, and senior Brittany Berry ('14)claimed All-MIAA Second Team Honors.

Flying Dutch Basketball "We were 25-0 inthe regularseason and MIAA regular season conference champions. Our success was a resultofthe preparation of our veteran coaching staff and feam members dedicated to attacking one game at a time. The beginning of our season will be remembered for the road trips we enjoyed as a team. W e then were able to maintain consistency through the heart of the conference season. W e went on to win the MIAA Tournament Championship by beating Calvin for the third time this season in the championship game. W e received an automatic bid into the NCAA Division III National Tournament where we advanced to the second round before losingfa Carthage. Thisteam grew tremendously throughout the season. Unfortunately, we faced two season ending knee injuries along the way. W e did not use these as excuses but became closer as a team because of it. First year players improved and played integral parts in our wins. Returning players stepped up and filled prominent scoring and defensive roles. Next season we are looking forward to continuing the winning tradition. Our championship goals stay the same from year to year. W e have a very talented group of players returning next season and are excited to see where the journey leads." -Megan Kelley('15) IMaggie Bailey ('15)

. c V up: Senior Megan Kelley ('14) battlesthe defense and goes up fora layup. Kelley was selected for the Basketball Coaches AssociationofMichiganAcademicAthleticWomen's Team and was also named the MIAA Defensive Player of the Year.

Junior Brittany Berry ('14) dribbles past the Adrian defense and takes the ball to the hoop!

CjzlW I Y^ur AuVö^r^-pV7 : Coach Morehouse and the players sign posters for their loyal fans after a big game.

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Nov. 15 vs. Bluffton @ North Central (III.)....... W, 83-59 Nov. 16 at North Central (III.).............. W, 126-56 Nov. 19 at Calvin...................... W, 88-81 Nov. 22 vs. Hiram @ Wis. Luthern........... W, 84-57 Nov. 23 at Wis. Luthern...................W, 78-72 Nov. 26 at Olivet.......................W, 82-57 Dec. 7 Alma......................... W, 107-61 Dec. 13 Finlandia........................... W,78-46 Dec. 14 Capital............................ W,93-68 Dec. 20 vs. Eastern- Orlando, Fla................ W,74-61 Dec. 21 vs. Wis.-La Crosse -Orlando, Fla...........W,75-70 Jan. 4 at Trine..............................W,82-38 Jan. 9 at St. Mar/s (Ind.)..................W, 93-53 Jan. 11 Adrian......................... W, 71-52 Jan. 15 Kalamazoo..................... W, 74-55 Jan. 22 at Albion....................... W, 63-47 Jan. 29 Olivet......................... W, 70-58 Feb. 1 Calvin.............................. W,78-47 Feb. 3 at Alma.............................W,89-43 Feb. 5 at Kalamazoo........................ W,96-54 Feb. 8 at Adrian............................ W,83-73 Feb. 12 St. May's (Ind.).......................W,89-59 Feb. 15 Trine.......................... 90-40 Feb. 19 Albion.........................W. 69-53 Feb. 22 Rochester College................ W, 88-47 Feb. 27 Adrian MIA A Tournament semifinals.... W, 71-48 Mar. 1 Calvin MIAA Tournamentchampionshipgame....W, 88-79 Mar. 7 vs. Wis. Luthern NCAA Dilllournamenl,Firstround...,W, 60-54 Mar. 8 at Carthage NCAADIIITournament,Secondround...!, 72-67

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"We stumbled intothe regional tournament, needing two victoriesto advance to our thirteenth straight national tournament. Riding the coattails of our All-American Senior Captain, Caleb Digison, and All American goaltender, Drew Cook, the boys were able to pull offtwo hard fought wins and Hope Hockey was yet again headed to the national tournament. Eveiything clicked at the national tournament where we made a run allthe way to the national championship game, before losing 1-0 on a fluke goal inthe final period." Okr-ร ew ('15)

H รถ o U e j History in the making... Hockey at Hope College has an impressive history and exciting future. Ice hockey was originallyfounded as a club team in 1997. The team has won the Michigan Collegiate Conference (MCHC) regular season five times. They have won the Michigan Collegiate Hockey Conference championships three times, in 2004, 2007 and 2008. The team qualified for the American Collegiate Hockey Association (ACHA) Division IIIfor the firsttime in 2002, finishing in fifth place. This year the hockey team has qualified more times than any otherACHA member. They have advanced to the championship gam e of the ACHA four times where they placed second in 2003, 2010, 2011, and 2014. J Laurel Sutherin ('16)

^)la-(Aes> Above, Jamieson Hook ('14) looks for a pass. Right, the team lines up before each game and shows pride for their country during the national anthem. Below, the Dutchmen celebrate after a successful shot on goal.__________________ Oct. 10-12 @ Schupan Tournament Colorado State University.................................5-2 California University..................................... 2-1 Universityof Central Florida............................... 4-0 Oct. 18 Northwood.................................... 11-3 Oct. 19 Oakland...................................... 0-3 Oct. 25 @ Adrian Gold.................................. 2-3 Oct. 26 Adrian Gold................................... 3-2 Nov. 1 @ Calvin...................................... 6-2 Nov. 2 Calvin........................................ 4-2 Nov. 8 @ Lansing Community College...................... 10-1 Nov. 9 Lansing Community College........................ 8-1 Nov. 15 Michigan State................................. 8-1 Nov. 16 @ Michigan State............................... 2-1 Nov. 22 Universityof Michigan-Flint......................... 7-2 Nov. 23 @ Universityof Michigan-Flint....................... 8-2 Dec. 6 Farmingdale State............................... 6-1 Jan. 10 @ Indiana-Purdue-Fort Wayne.......................6-1 Jan. 11 (a)Indiana-Purdue-Fort Wayne.......................7-0 Jan. 17 Grand Valley State............................... 6-2 Jan. 18 @ Grand Valley State............................. 6-2 Jan. 28 Adrian Black................................... 3-2 Jan. 31 @ Davenport...................................2-5 Feb. 1 Davenport...................................... 1-4 Feb. 3 @ Adrian Black.................................. 3-3 Feb. 7 Aquinas........................................1-2 Feb. 8 Aquinas, MCHC Playoffs............................ 7-1 Feb. 14 Michigan State MCHC Playoffs....................... 3-2 Feb. 15 Adrian Black, MCHC Playoffs..................... 6-3 Feb. 21 Michigan State, ACHA Regional Tournament............. 5-2 Feb. 22 @ Grand Valley State, ACHA Regional Tournament........ 3-2 ^eb. 28 Davenport, MCHC Playoffs Semifinals.................. 1-5 Mar. 1 Adrian Gold, MCHC Playoffs -Third Place................ 7-2

OCPeWoe.- Above, Ryan Restum ('16)races to the puck. In the picture to the left, Kaleb Skinner ('14) fights to pass the puck to another team mate to attempt a goal.

ACHA Division 3 National Tournament @ Coral Springs, Fla. Mar. 11 Colorado State.................................. 7-4 Mar. 12 Florida Gulf Coast................................ 2-1 Mar. 13 Pittsburgh-Johnstown..............................2-3 Mar. 14 Davenport (National Semifinals)...................... 2-0 Mar. 15 Adrian Col (National Championship)................... 0-1

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Dutchmen Tennis The men's tennisteam worked hard thisyear to take the 2014 season by storm. The Dutchmen played well throughout the season dedicating long hours to practice both morning and night. Hope earned a spot in the MIAA tournament at the end of the season and took second place. For the month of May, the team was awarded the Intercollegiate Tennis Association National Team Sportsmanship Award. The Dutchmen demonstrated outstanding sportsmanship and character both on and offthe court. The award was well deseived. Individual players on the team also received recognition of Ktheir own. Senior Parker Bussies was named to the All-Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association First Team for the 2014 season. Bussies was Äfte of six players to be chosen by the league's coaches. These honors were bothr very exciting for the team and the Dutchmen are already getting fired up for next year! |Margaret Bailey ('15)

pVcAö: from left,front,Sam Kreps ('17),Jon Hoffman ('16), Cody Herbruck ('15), Jon Panzer ('15), Matt Culver ('15), TJ Brogan ('15); back, Colin McKey ('14), Parker Bussies ('14), Ben Johnson ('16), Henry Peabody ('16), Chris Tippett ('16), C a m Ludlow ('17), Coach Steve Gorno

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W-cVV Junior TJ Brogan ('15) hitsa forehand cross court to hisopponent. One of Brogan's highlights thisseason was winning both his singles and doubles matches against Calvin College on April 22nd to secure place inthe MIAA National qualifying tournament. «Sserv-coe: Junior Matthew Culver ('15) finishes a serve and plays out a point to end a game. A highlight match forthe Dutchmen thisseason was their 9-0 sweep over Onondaga Community College during during theirspring break tripto Florida.

VeAlej vo>\\ej: Freshman Sam Kreps ('17) reaches for a volley during his doubles match with partner Camden Ludlow ('17), The Dutchmen have the privilege to play on the Vande Poel-Heeringa Stadium Counts. The courts were opened in 2012 and thisyear they were named Outdoor Tennis Courts of the Year by the American Sports Builders Association.

HuJlJlle up: The Dutchmen huddle up before a home match at DeWitt tennis center. The team had a successful season for 2014. Senior Parker Bussies ('14) was named to the All­ Michigan I Intercollegiate Athletic Association First Team. Bussies was one of six players to be chosen All-MIAA FirstTeam.

Feb. 22 Luther..............................L,8-1 Ohio Northern.........................L,6-3 Mar. 1 Aquinas..............................L,9-0 Mar. 13 Davenport.......................... L,9-0 Mar. 17 vs.Wis. La Crosse @ Orlando, Fla........... L,6-0 Mar. 18 vs. St. Michael's @ Kissinnee, Fla...........W,9-0 Mar. 19 vs. Grinnell @ Orlando, Fla............... L,8-1 vs. Hobart @ Orlando, Fla................ L,5-4 Mar. 20 vs. Savannah College @ Orlando, Fla.... L, 8-1 Mar. 21 vs. Onondaga @ Orlando Fla............ W,9-0 Mar. 29 Alma.............................. L,5-4 Apr. 2 Trine............................... W.6-3 Apr. 8 Kalamazoo........................... L,9-0 Apr. 11 vs. Ohio Wesleyan..................... W,7-2 vs.Wittenberg........................ W,7-2 Apr. 12 at Wabash.......................... W,6-3 Apr. 16 at Albion............................W,6-3 Apr. 19 Adrian............................. W,6-3 Apr. 22 at Calvin........................... W,7-2 May. 1 Adrian MIAA Tournament Semifinals..... W, 5-3 May. 2 at Kalamazoo MIAA Tournament Finals.... L, 5-0

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Love Sophomore Anna Garcia ('16) dominates her singles match. The Flying Dutch played an awesome season finishing 17-0 and sending two players to the NCAA D-lll Individual Championships in California in May.

Feb. 14 at Davenport........................ W,6-3 Mar. 7 at Wis. Whitewater..................... W,7-2 Mar. 17 vs. Fordham @ Orland, Fla............... L,6-1 Mar. 18 vs. Wis.-La Crosse @ Orlando, Fla.......... W,7-2 Mar. 19 vs. Grinnell @ Orlando, Fla...............W,6-3 Mar. 20 vs. St. Michael's @ Kissimmee, Fla......... W,7-2 Mar. 29 Aquinas........................... W,8-1 Apr. 1 Kalamazoo........................... L,5-4 Apr. 4 vs. Chicago @ U of Wisconsin, Madison.... L,5-4 vs. St. Catherine @ Madison, Wis........... W,9-0 Apr. 5 vs. Denison @ Madison, Wis................L,5-4 Apr. 7 at Adrian............................ W,6-0 Apr. 9 Alma............................... W,9-0 Apr. 10 Grand Valley St........................ L,7-2 Apr. 12 Trine............................... W,9-0 Apr. 17 at St. Mar/s (Ind.)..................... W,8-1 Apr. 19 Calvin............................. W,9-0 Apr. 23 at Albion............................ W,9-0 Apr. 26 at Olivet............................ W,9-0 May. 1 at Albion MIA A Tournament Semifinals.... W, 5-1 May. 2 at Kalamazoo M IAA Tournament Finals.... W, 5-2 May. 8 vs. Wheaton @ Chicago, III. N C A A Tournament First R o u n d ............ W,5-2 May. 9 vs. Carnegie Mellon @ Chicago. III.N C A A Division III Tournament, S e c o n d R o u n d .....L,5-2

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Ok pcvcKk Freshman Kate Mader ('17) finishes a serve and plays out a point with her opponent. This season the Flying Dutch made their third consecutive and ninth overall appearance in the NCAA Tournament.

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Flying Dutch Tennis What a season ishas been for Flying Dutch Tennis! The women's tennisteam, coached by A d a m Ford, have had many great accomplishments inthe year of 2014. The women trained hard this year both in and out of season to prepare of their time on the courts. The four new freshmen were a great addition to the team. Hope finished with a record of 17-6 overall and 7-1 for conference. On May 2nd, the Flying Dutch took a 5-2 over Kalamazoo to secure the MIAA Tournament Champions title. This allowed Hope to advanced to nationals for the third consecutive year. Four individual players were honored with MIAA awards. Sophomore Claire Cooper and freshman Nancy Benda were both chosen to the AllMIAA First Team, while junior Carli Capestany mad e the All-MIAA Second Team. Senior Mallory Smith was given the Karen Caine Scholar-Athlete Award by the MIAA league coaches for her play during the 2014 season. Way to go Flying Dutch! I Margaret Bailey ('15)

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"One is the motto that the Hope Women's Lacrosse team likesto play by. With thisbeing onlythe second year that Lacrosse is a varsity sport, previously being a club sport, the team had a very successful season. A team and a family both on and off the field, the girlswere able to spend their spring break in Oregon and Washington, exploring, hiking, even visiting alumni. The team is coached by Tracy Benjamin, who is in her last year coaching Hope's Women's Lacrosse, which makes ita very special year forcoach Benjamin and her team. [Aleksandra Masiak ('17)

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March 15 @ Pacific (Ore.)...... 3-12 March 18 @ George Fox.. .. 9-13 March 19 @ Puget Sound.... ...12-15 March 27 vs Augsburg.... ....17-11 March 29 vs Defiance.... .. 16-8 April 2 vs Calvin......... .. 9-10 April 5 @ Albion......... .. 7-15 April 8 @ St. Mary's (IN)... ....16-10 April 10 @ Olivet........ .. 12-8 April 12 @ Alma........ .. 5-10 April 19 @ Kalamazoo... .. 10-9 April 22 @ Trine......... ....20-10 M & W Lacrosse

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P1 ö C X > £ > Dutchmen Baseball Dutchmen baseball played well this spring finishing with a winning overall record of 22-21 and a conference record of 17-11. A major highlight for the team this season was completing a four-game sweep of rival Calvin College inthe end of March. Thiswas the firsttime inseven years that Hope swept the knights. Another highlight for the team was their spring break trip to Florida where they got some good experience on the field in before the start of their regular season upon return to Holland. A big win for Hope was theirdomination ofOliveton Senior Day, sweeping them 11-1 and 18-2. The team played incrediblywell as a whole and really came together to secure these wins. Senior catcher Eric Vachon and sophomore second baseman BradyVanderWeele were selected for All-Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association First Team. Senior outfielder Tim Bodine received All-MIAA Second Team recognition. Allthree players made significant contributions to the success of the Dutchmen this season and everyone islooking forward to see what isin store for next year! |Margaret Bailey ('15)

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Junior Ben Pearson ('15) stands ready at firstforthe next play. Pearson played a large role inthe Dutchmen's defense thisseason with 226 putouts.

Oi\ V\<e iA\e>uvJl: Senior Phil Haywood ('14)throws a strikeright over the plate in a home game forthe Dutchmen. Haywood pitched 16 strikeouts and averaged 5.54 per game.

pVeAö: From left,front, Eric Dawson ('14), Josh Kranz ('14), Tim Bodine ('14), Eric Vachon ('14), Alex Hunt ('14), Tom Tresh ('14), Kevin Olson ('14); middle, coach Stu Fritz, Jackson Riggen, coach Chad Ruby, Michael Thomas ('17), Colton Curtiss ('16),Jake Chipka ('16), Ian Harrison ('17),AlexArthurs ('16), Matt Glowacki ('16), Mitch Monocchio ('17), Devin Schaefers ('15), Austin Goodyke ('16), Brady VanderWeele ('16), Eric Plaehn ('17), Brian Barnes ('15), coach Jon Edmondson; back, Co1y Franklin ('16), Nick Glowacki ('16), Ryan Konkle ('16), Luke Brower ('16), Ben Pearson ('15), Mitch Reitsma ('16), TyVanWieren ('17),MattChema ('15),Kyle Bernaciak ('16), Jack Twitty ('17), Currey Thomas ('15), athletic training student Steve Waltersdorf. 210

«S^u/Cwj-: Alex Fiunt ('14) makes one of many hits forthe Hope. At the end of the 2014 season, three Dutchmen were named All-MIAA. Seniors Eric Vachon and Tim Bodine, and sophomore Brady Vanderweele.

VieA e>V\ s»WC\l: Senior Alex Flunt ('14) gets ready to field a play. Flunt rocked the short stop position thisseason turning at total of 23 double plays tying with sophomore Brady Vanderweele ('16) forthe most inthe 2014 season.

oaJ-cA: Alex Hunt ('14) catches a fly ball to end an inning for the Flying Dutch. This year the Dutchmen finished with a winning record and scored 209 runs.

Mar. 14 vs. Wittenberg @ WinterHaven,Fla.. W, 5-4 L, 1-0 Mar. 15 vs.Anderson @ Winter Haven,Fla.... L, 5-4 L, 5-4 Mar. 17 vs.Allegheny @ Wnter Haven, Fla....... L, 3-2 Mar. 18 Vs. Clarkson @ Winter Haven, Fla........ L,5-1 Mar. 19 vs. Springfield @ Wnter Haven, Fla....... L, 5-1 vs. Ripon @ Wnter Haven, Fla.........W, 12-2 Mar. 20 vs. Babson @ Wnter Haven, Fla........ W, 7-3 Mar. 24 vs.Trine @ Adrian College....... W,16-4 L,4-3 5-4 W,3-2 Mar. 28 vs. Calvin @ Cornerstone........ W, Mar. 29 vs. Calvin @ Cornerstone........ W, 3-1 W,7-4 Mar. 31 Trine....................... W, 4-2 W,3-0 Apr. 1 at Chicago.......................W, 16-9 Apr. 4 at Adrian.................... L 13-7 L, 14-3 Apr. 5 at Adrian........................ W, 2-1 L,4-3 Apr. 10 Kalamazoo...................... L, 4-1 L,7-4 Apr. 12 at Kalamazoo............... L, 10-3W, 4-1 Apr. 18 Albion...................... L, 3-2 W, 4-3 Apr. 19 at Albion........................ L 4-2 L,9-4 Apr. 22 atAquinas....................... L,5-4 L,3-2 Apr. 24 Alma.......................W, 6-3 W,3-2 7-1 W,6-3 Apr. 26 at Alma..................... W, May. 2 at Olivet..................... W, 2-0 L, 1-0 May. 3 Olivet.................... W, 11-1 W, 18-2 May. 7 at Calvin MIAA Tournament, firstround.....L,5-2 May. 8 vs. Kalamazoo MIAA Tournament.... ,...W, 10-3 vs. Calvin MIAA Tournamen........ ... L,5-3

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CaAciter: Junior Adalee Robertson ('15) is ready behind the plate to catch the pitch. Robertson was crucial at the catching position this season along with senior E m m a Page ('14).

P-erf-eoY p-cYoh: Junior Natalie Hiser ('15) sends a striketo her opponent. This season, Hiser lead the Flying Dutch in strikeouts pitching and average of 5.94 per game.

Flying Dutch Softball "This season's team wcfs truly special. Team 40 lefttheir mark both on and offthe field. It is an impossible^ task to only pick a few highlights because there have been counties^ key plays and big moments where differem teammates came through. Overall thisteam isa genuine, trusting, competitive, and passionate group of players that has a constant drive to win. W e took second inthe conference and went 13-3 in MIAA competition. Every player ma d e huge contributions to make this a successful season and Icould not be more excited for next season!" -Peyton Wells ('15)

^e^LcX: Peyton Wells ('15) stretches to make the catch and the out at first. Overall thisseason the Flying Dutch hitvery strong with a batting average of .305 and 19 home runs.

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Mar. 15 vs. Bethany (W.V). inClermont, Fla....... L, 2-1 vs. Lake Forest inClermont, Fla......... W, 7-4 Mar. 17 vs. Anderson (Ind.) inClermont, Fla...... W, 4-3 vs. Otterbein inClermont, Fla........... L, 1-0 Mar. 18 vs. Fontbonne inClermont Fla.......... L, 4-1 Mar. 20 vs. McDaniel inClermont, Fla.......... W, 4-0 vs. Benedictine (III.)inClermont, Fla......W, 7-1 Mar. 21 vs. Rowan inClermont, Fla........... L, 10-4 vs. Ripon inClermont, Fla.............W, 9-0 Mar. 28 at Wheaton (III.)............... L, 10-2 L, 8-5 Mar. 29 at North Park.. .........w, 12-6 L,6-5 Apr. 1 Aurora...... ........... L, 4-3 L, 8-1 Apr. 5 Kalamazoo.. ........ W, 10-0 W, 11-0 Apr. 7 Olivet...... ......... W, 3-1 W, 11-4 Apr. 9 St. Mar/s (Ind.).. ..........W, 3-0 W, 9-2 Apr. 12 Alma...... ..........L, 13-4 W, 3-2 Apr. 17 at Chicago. ........... L, 4-1 L, 1-0 Apr. 19 Albion..... ......... W, 9-0 W, 11-0 Apr. 21 Cornerstone W, 7-5 W, 9-3 Apr. 23 at Adrian... ..........W, 3-1 W, 7-5 Apr. 26 at Calvin... .......... W, 6-2 W 4-0 May. 1 vs. Olivet MIAA Tournament, firstround.....W,3-l vs. Calvin MIAATournamet second round...W,15-12 May. 2 Trine MIAA Championship............. L, 11-3 at Trine...........................L, 8-1

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With smiles oil around, Hope's Orientation Staff greeted just over 8 0 0 new faces to the campus during Orientation Weekend. With families intow and new opportunities ahead, the class of 201 7 spent their first couple of days interacting with fellow students and getting used to their new "home" for the next four years. With countless activities such as Playfair and icebreakers, there was never a dull moment, the OAs, ADs, and ODs made sure of it! |Tessa Schultz ('15)

Time to Serve exemplifies the commitment and purpose of the Volunteer Services organization, annually sending 350 Hope freshman in groups to help out in the community. With students participating in anything from pulling weeds to sorting clothes to painting a house, Time to Serve was a day to remember for Hope students and the community around Holland. |Aleksandra Masiak ('17)

m P r e e y e PraJMe: Irene Mendoza ('14), Robert Henry ('17) and Trevor Barker «SUAV-Ae: Justsome ofthe many OrientationAssistantspause totake a photo after T ('17)snap a picture on theirway to work. The group spend theirday digging up many hours of moving inthe belongings ofthe new freshmen girlsto Dykstra Hall. S^water pipeline forsome Hope students. "Itwas fun, but also reallyhard work!" P-ooVure P-erCeal: President Knapp (middle) takes a moment, after greeting I says Robert, comparing hisexperiences of the day to the movie Holes. the new incoming freshmen, totake a picturewiththe Orientation Directors(OD's), Kian Hashemi-Rad ('14) and Claire Tally('15).

After a week of hard work and training, these Orientation Assistants (OAs) (right)take the time to catch up while the freshmen gather together and pose fortheirclass photo in the grassy area behind DeWitt, also commonly known as the DeWitt Bowl (middle). Afterthe freshmen smiled forthe camera, they broke off into theirsmall OA groups for further fun times meeting and learning about their new classmates. Joey Helder ('15) (bottom), triesto signal his location to hisstudents' alongside many other OA's, in the chaotic scramble. "Ihope the freshmen had justas much fun during orientation as we alldid as OA's!" Meghanne Tighe commented. Sierra Schultz ('17) said, "Ithought orientation weekend was a lot of fun but a bitoverwhelming with so many activities. Igot to meet a lotof people who Istill hang out with rightnow. Nothing willever compare."

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JusA A.re>uv\c!l: Taking a quick break from work to pose with some masks, thisgroup shows us allhow much of a good time they had volunteering!

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Ithad been three years since an Even Year pull team reeled in the rope to victor/. Odds were against the class of 2016, but thatdidn'tstopthem ortheircoaches from putting in eveiything they had. Even Year Pull family is founded on heart, tradition, and dedication. All of the chanting and yellingcould not sufficeforthe red passion that flowed through the veins of each puller and moraler. | Brina Milfenberger

"With "Fear Nothing" as their team motto, the '17 Pull team went in knowing that they ma y have been at a disadvantage as freshmen, but were ready and willing to put itall out on the line. With three hard and labor intensive weeks of practice behind them, the pullers and moralers were ready toshow'16 what they were capable of. And though they m a y have lostby 3 feet,'17 can stillhold theirheads high, knowing they held their own against an experienced team." |Tessa Schultz ('15)

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WörUl s* After three hours, Even Year heaved a total of three feet of rope away from the south side of the Black River where the '17 Freshman team felttheir defeat. As tradition, the winning team swam together.

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ke<pLCj: Teodoro "Cobra" Domingo-Flores ('15) ison the stand, prepared to help lead the '17 Pull team.

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"With spirits high and audience members ready, the night of Nykerk began with high hopes forthe '17 class. With the song girls, play girls, and orator all prepared after three weeks of rehearsals and practice, it was down to who presented the best. And after many long nights of work, odd year finallypulled out a win after losing lastyear to even year." |Tessa Schultz ('15)

The Nykerk Cup competition revolves around the categories of song, play, and oration. For approximately one month, the women worked hard together in preparation forthe competition. The 2016 Song girlsperformed "Once Upon a Time", the 2016 Playgirlsperformed "The Grinch", and the 2016 classoration was performed by orator Rosemary Walsh ('16). | Brina Miltenberger ('14)

Following inthe classic style of Nykerk, the play girlsintheir play CWea.Wv-LVg:The cast of the 2016 Play show their Nykerk enthusiasm at the "Sparrow in Deo", lettheirspiritshine through theiracting and final scene, thanks i end of their play performance. to the direction of their coaches Abby Wilhelm ('15) and Catherine Liang ('15). Orator RosemaryWalsh ('16)described her Nykerkexperience, "Having QMA>ra_oe: Under the guidance of her coaches Claire Tally('15) and Rachael not been in Nykerk my freshman year, IfeltlikeIhad a huge task, to keep up with Kabagabu ('15),freshman oratorGabrielleGazall ('17)shows herpassion forNykerk everyone else, who were already stellarinevery way. Butthey became my family, through her speech and actions, and Ifeltso encouraged and motivated by everyone, that Iwanted my words to be forthem."

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"Nykerk was a great way to get immersed in Hope College and one of itsstrongest traditions. Itwas such a joy and a blessing to be a part of '17 song with so many other freshmen girls."

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Coach Sara Wielenga ('14) leads her '16 Song girlsas they perform "Once Upon a Time" forthe lasttime.

"Nykerk gives you the chance to make amazing friends; even like family! Iwouldn't trade m y experience for anything, Nykerk love!"

P slIaWI j :Nykerk Moral boys Nicholas Johnson ('14), Kian Hashemi-Rad ('14), and Alan Padilla ('14) pose fora picture with the Even Year Coaches Marcy Ruidens ('14) and Sara Wielenga ('14).

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"Ifall goes well, it’s not just interpretive hand waving" Silent Praise isa student-run organization that seeks to spread God's lovethrough American Sign Language (ASL) and worship music. Silent Praise has worked with other student groups to provide alternative worship experience forHope students, as well as performing at many local area churches. Silent Praise is an opportunity for students to reach across language and culture barriers to spread God's love. IAleksandra Masiak ('17)

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"With their mission statement "To Live and Spread God's Word Through Movement", the members of Sacred Dance find different ways of fulfilling their mission through active involvement in outreach, Bible study, movement/dance, and the campus community. As a goal, they hope to share God's love with other people through the idea of dance as a form of worship." Under the tutelage of Maxine Debruyn, and the club President, Sarah Lowr/s leadership ('14), active members meet each week forBiblestudy, photo by: Sarah Lowry (’14) finding time to build upon theirfaith, while learning from and fellowshipping with middle (leftto right): Kirsten Monson ('16),Jaunine Hakmon ('16),Jordan Dennen ('16), Sarah Lowry ('14),other members. They OlSO meet Weekly Jenn,,erYerksn 41-KelseyBQkern 4I‘ forfuther choreography and rehearsal for events throughout the year, which can be at Chapel, the Gathering, or even local Ina mid-air jump members (leftto right): Kelsey Baker ('14), Christina churches. |Tessa Schultz ('15) Sarosiek ('16), Gabby Plaep ('16), Jennifer Yerks ('14), Jessica Loper ('16) strikea dramatic pose forthe camera. kkslM^l\Vs=»: Senior Hannah McCoy ('14) (back), and other members, front (leftto right): Jaunine Hackman ('16), Katie McMorris ('17), Hannah Spahn ('14), pause for a moment at the end of theirdance.

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"Ihave been actively involved in Sacred Dance Ministryforfour years -and Ilove it! My firstsemester inthe group iswhen I met most of my life-long friends. Ihave learned about dance, ministry, worship, community, my personal relationship with the Lord, and so much more, allof which has inspired m e to create such a group at my home church when Igraduate!" - L^l k W ölIv M o C jCv )('14) "I'veloved being apart of Sacred because itallows m e to combine my love of dance with my passion for knowing God more and giving Him praise." Ha-oWu\e>\\ C\Q

<£>ui\Wj Huddling around a cute carving of Sacred Dance inthe sand, are dancers (leftto right):Christina Sarosiek ('16),Anna Goodling * ('16), Jordan Dennen ('16), • Katie McMorris ('17), Bethany “ Redeker ('17) Hannah Spahn ('14), and Jessica Loper ('16).

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The orange and the blue Under the faithful leadership of Commodore Russell Fyfe (President of the Sailing Club), and with some fairly good weather, the team had a successful season out on the water. At the E m m a Bagioni Regatta here in Macatawa Bay, named after a former Hope sailor, the SailingClub even placed thirdoverall and in both the A and B categories thisyear. ITessa Schultz ('15)

With a strong team of experienced upperclassmen and underclassmen alike, the Waterski Club had a successful season on the water. Full of flips, turns, and astounding aerial moves, members created memories upon memories while showing off their amazing skills. | Tessa Schultz ('15) The team takes time toenjoythe day.

a. K4e>lA\-ei\l:SailorsAshleyAndrews ('17),Katrina Bulthuis ('17),and Ryan Billman ('17)take a moment before the regatta for a quick photo. r-esJlj: With allthe boats prepped and ready to go, sailorsget ready forthe startof the regatta.

CdKSLiH-co: With the sun shining and their boards allready to go, the team, leftto right: Kyle Van Andel ('14), Sutton Williams ('14), Andrew Robitaille ('14), Monica Ohnsorg ('15), Brandon Jonker ('14), Elizabeth Meiusi ('14), Cory Veenstra ('14), Lauren Krug ('16), and Jordan Gowman ('15) pause for a picturesque moment on the bank. Elizabeth Meiusi ('14) pulls off an amazing turn, creating a giant wave while staying parallel with the water.

?r-epp-a\<3-... Ol\ \A/^J*er: Both Evan Rodgers ('16) and John Stack ('17)with theirboat ready, are prepared to head out onto the water. The sailorswork as a team to float away from the docks and into open waters.

As Evan Rodgers ('16) preps forthe Regatta on the boat, John Stack ('17) and Elizabeth Reeg ('17) stand watch on the dock.

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0 \ \ Vice w ^ V e r . . . "Sailing isone of the most fun ab workouts I'veever found! But actually, it's a great community of people uniting over a common love." GTiAMAoe 0'O^KV\c>r ('15)

: Standing with their boards, leftto right: Elizabeth Meiusi ('14), Monica Ohnsorg ('15), and Lauren Krug ('16), are ready and raring to get out onto the water.

T-cdbcl W^-Ve: Cory Veenstra ('14) creates a tidal wave of a splash during one of his runs on the water. <5»pr9Lj: Pictured left, Andrew Robitaille ('14) completes a feat of strength, holding on with one hand during a turn.

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Newsy News With over a dozen members on staff, Hope College's newspaper produces a quality weekly newspaper covering national and campus news alike. Created in 1887, the Anchor has become a diverse publication over the years, and encompasses the views of many. Meeting each Monday, the staff spends hours working on bringing Hope interesting news. ITessa Schultz ('15)

A new theme ischosen each year forthe yearbook to focus on, and forthis one itis allabout ftemembe/'Me. As a student run organization, the Milestone staff looks to concentrate on the people and events that occur on Hope's campus. With so many memories to keep ahold of, the Milestone isone way for all to remember the years gone by. |Tessa Schultz ('15)

:Some of the Milestone staff: leftto right (back) Drew Goodman ('15), Justine Poe ('15), Mary Elizabeth Winther ('15),Tessa Schultz ('15), (front) Mikayla Holder ('17), and Jaunine Hackmon ('16), pause during theirtour of the production plant to commemorate theiradventure down south. The well caffeinated Co-editor in Chief, Justine Poe ('15), ishard at j workduring a weeklyproduction night."We'reallcrazyhere,"she saidinherdefense.

W^rW: Located intheiroffice at The Martha Miller Center for Communications, the staffmembers spend hours typing away, getting ready fortheir next issue at a production night every Monday. /Wa-j: With countless hours spent infront of the computer, the editors stillfind ways of making work fun. UAosd- IcsLve

Prexoes^: On theirtripdown to the Walsworth plant in Missouri where the yearbooks are made, some of the staff members got to witness the detailed process of the yearbook's production.

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Pexcus*: The other fearless co-editor in Chief, Drew Goodman ('15), refuses to take a break photo by: T e s s a Schultz ('15) while working, focusing in at the job at hand.

When allwas said and done, the team met up with one ofthe Walsworth designers to help create the Milestone's cover.

"Thisismy firstyear at the Anchor, and I enjoy ita lot! There's so much I'vebeen able to express through my own writing and so much I've been learning by reading other's columns and articles. Ican't say it enough how much Itrulyappreciate being a part of thisteam." - GTia\ia\5l PöwAell (\Q

As the staff powers through their production night, tastytreats are essential to theirwork. One of the Editors in Chief, Claire Call ('14) has a box of Cheez-lts to help keep her going.

AW £*iA\-tAes>: Pictured above, E m m a Fondell ('16), Voices Editor forthe Anchor, smiles forthe camera.

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The Club Animalia student organization at Hope College works to help furtherpromote animal well­ being on campus and throughoutthe community and provide services in order to increase awareness and stimulate interest in careers related to animal care and veterinary. With about 20 active members, pre-vet students, and others interested in education and community service alike, the club's activities include a "Zoo 2 You" program that educate local students about natural history and wildlife by bringing animals from the college's Animal Museum to their schools, along with other programs. The Club was also awarded the national "Outstanding Community Service Award" from the American Pre-Veterinary Medical Association forthe second consecutive year. | Tessa Schultz ('15)

Finding personal work can be difficultforsome, but for people like the co-editor-in-chief, Katie Sauer ('15),Opus allowed herto dive straightinto showcasing her artisticand literarytalent. Sauer describes Opus as a literary magazine that is "genuinely of, for, and by Hope's people," meaning that all of the material for the magazine is created, collected, edited, and distributed by Hope students. Also joining Opus as a freshman, Sauer had been intimidated to join, but she ended up loving the energetic organization that is open for Hope students in anyyearand any majorwho enjoydelving deep into the arts. |Mikayla Holder ('17)

read through literaryworks submitted by students as a part of the panel todecide what authorswillbe included inthe Spring 2014 editionofOpus. Opus> At an intimate meeting of Opus board members held in Lubbers, Katie Sauer ('15) & Allyson Hoffman ('15) facilitate discussions that willdetermine the contents of the next Opus publication.

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Above left, Chelsea Payne ('15) and Ashley Tiemeyer ('15), right, can be seen cleaning cages fortransportation to and from the Harbor Humane Society where they volunteer.

"Ia m pre-vet but that's not the only reason Ijoined the club. I know how important animals are to m e and Ireally enjoy bringing that kind of relationship to other people, like through Zoo 2 You. Ithink it'sreally important to teach our youth about the animals they share with the world." £Tim. cI j W^lWer ('15)

"We don't actually serve soup at Opus Soup, but it'sa fun time none the less. Soup isan anagram of Opus. We could serve soup, but cookies are better forthe artistic mind."

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A few of the Club Animalia students stand with Dr. Fraley and their award at the APVMA Symposium, which I they attend every year at Iowa State University inAmes, Iowa.

Kim Hodgson ('17) teaches kids at the local Zoo-2-U program about frogs and toads.

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"The Hope College chapter of Habitat for Humanity became official in 1993 and was established to work alongside local affiliate, Lakeshore, or with Habitat's international headquarters. Following their mission statement, "Seeking to put God's love into action, Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities and more," they have created opportunities to provide affordable, decent housing while being a witness to the Gospel of Jesus Christ."

This student organization has a goal to unite the students of Hope College by sharing and teaching social justice issues through education, awareness, and action on Hope's Campus and throughout the Holland Community. They are a small group of students that have the desire to learn, teach, and share about the world. |Sierra Schultz ('17)

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W ^ n A \ -UvöU^U-s*: Standing out inthe rain, leftto right,Andrew Gomez-Seoane ('14),Keenan Erickson ('14),and Jacob Chipka ('16)pose fora picturewhilecutting roofing feltto size forthe house theirworking on. Christina Heberer ('14), left, takes her time with painting a butterfly on a littlegirl'sface. H c m / LtfLK K 4 H T-ciMee: Leftto right,Andrew Gomez-Seoane ('14) and Jacob Stafford ('16) quickly put up braces to hold up the walls during construction. On his work, Andrew says, "Since starting at Habitat Ihave found that working on this homes only strengthens my belief inthe need forgood shelters for families who have so littlein thisworld."

Opew Whether rain, snow, or shine, workers, like Gomez-Seoane and Stafford, are always willing to work to help finishthe current project.

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Leftto right, students Hayley Schultz ('17), Hannah Canniff ('15), Madeline Hazen ('17), Brant Bibo ('15), Rachel Mazzaro ('14), Sarah Manke ('14) and Kelsey Herbert ('14), and Katy Carlson ('14) inthe front, show offtheir new shirtsfor Hope United forJustice. Members of Hope United forJustice had a great time with representatives from Hope Equals (Mariano Avila) and Christian Peacemaking Teams (BillThornburg) talking about nonviolence, feeding each other M&Ms with chopsticks, doing role play, skits, and planning direct actions forthe spring during their "Non-Violent Direct Action Peace Training" evenf_

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"Working with Habitat over the past 4 years has been a lotof fun! The homes Habitat builds mean so much to the families that receive them and to the community. Contributing to the building process for these homes, even in a small way, issuch a rewarding experience! Ithas also been a great way for m e to meet new people from Hope and the community." -'HölK K ölI J'sufeAv (\4)

"Habitat has changed my understanding of equal housing opportunities and what ittrulymeans to have ownership of your own home. Seeing the joy and relief in the faces of Habitat families when they finallyreceive their homes isabsolutely priceless. Ifeel honored to have played a small role that. In addition, one of my favorite parts about being involved in Habitat isseeing the progression of a house from dirtand a pile of wood, then to a bare bones frame, to walls and a roof, and finallyto a fullyfinished home. Ifsan amazing feeling knowing that Iwas able to help throughout that process." 'PjUUs* ('\4)

Ov\ 'feeGLcX "A team of HUJ members, Katy Carlson ('14) and Mackenzie Kostizen ('14), top, with Sarah Manke ('14), bottom, led by our advisor, ^ Dr.

Hemenway spent Saturday morning helping make the Laketown Township beach park south of Holland a better place. They removed litterand recorded their findings as part of the annual region­ wide nAdopt-aBeach" effort coordinated by the Alliance for the Great Lakes as part of the International Coastal Clean-up." |Rachel Mazzaro ('14)

Jus^ "We believe that supporting justice and being a consumer in today's society do not have to be mutually exclusive. In order to f K show this, we hold a shopping market every holiday season called Just Green Christmas. Just Green Christmas is an event we hold to help educate students about purchasing items made fairly, locally, and environmentally friendly. It isthe perfect event to do some Christmas shopping for friends and relatives and promoting justice at the same time! There will be music, craft making, giftwrapping, and treats!" |Rachel Mazzaro ('14)

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Your Voice Matters The voice of the student body is represented by the members of Student Congress. This dedicated group of individuals seeks to serve as a mediator belween students and administration. IBrina Miltenberger ('14)

:James Allardyce ('15)and Margaret Dickinson ('17)enjoy a laughter filled family dinner at the one and only Froggy's downtown. Trevor Barker ('17) and Anne Oxendine ('17) represent the Freshman Class while attending the Student Congress Football tailgate. These two earned theirtitlesby being voted in by the class of 2017.

HsLrJl b A VaW W : Alpha Phi Omega participates in all kinds of activities. Above, we can see them working on everything from digging on the lawn to participating in Relay for Life.

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JlccJl Timothy Cook ('16)endured the thunderstorm with Congress pride during the Fiope vs. Calvin soccer game tailgate.

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The Nutcracker Each year the Ballet Club holds auditions and the turnout isalways the same. Or at least itwas. In a never before seen moment, over 80 students arrived to audition forthe ever popular Nutcracker ballet performed annually here at the Knickerbocker theatre. Not wanting to turn people away due to numbers, the directors Sarah Lowry ('14), Christine Hunter ('15), and Christina Sarosiek ('16) even went so far as _to adapt the script to fit. Tessa Schultz ('15)

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Ol\ Pcvcwke: Ina tender moment, the Sugar­ Plum, Hannah Jacobsma ('16), and her Cavalier, Marvin Solberg ('15), pose for their final dance. Wa-lly e f U<e in a moment of graceful respite, the Snow Corps takes a bow around their willowy Snow Queen, Lauren Uhrig ('15).

After watching theirfellow dancers take the stage, the Marzipan group finallyhas theirchance to show the audience what they have rehearsed and perfected forweeks.

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Some of the CRU group stop for a pic on the last day of the Onething Conference (backtofront,lefttoright):Joey Zyck ('15),Lucas Johnson ('16),TaylorEly('15),Joey Helder ('15).ChristianRoberts ('16),Lauren Hillers('15),Hannah Gibbs ('15),Drew Johnson ('17),Brandon Verna ('15), Jenny Miller ('16), Carli Capestany ('15), Briana Armand ('16), Kirsten Kettler ('17), Molly Bogolin j'17), Brooke Jeries ('14), Stacy Mata ('17), Lane Heyboer ('15), Monica Wittig (graduated), Rachel Lamb ('15),Courtney Laux('l4),TylerMauw('l 4),EmilySmith (’14),Annamieke Dehann, HollyThompson ('15), Catherine Liang ('15), Rudy Metellus ('16), Kayla Perroud ('16), Emily Hozian ('17), Brigid Vanderbosch ('15), and Nate Jones ('15).

Wc>rs>\vCp: Lauren Gobelman ('15) and Jacob Boersma ('16) lead worship at the end of the first meeting inthe Keppel House basement.

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"Cru isa community seeking to encounter Christ and make Him known. God continues to enlarge our hearts and our vision forwhat He iscapable of on this campus when itcomes to evangelism and discipleship. Ifs been a year of God breaking through the impossible to remind us we serve a God of infinitelove and power."

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With theirmission as "Win, Build, Send", the Campus Crusade for Christ group— CRU for short— consists of a caring and supporting community that ispassionate about connecting students with Jesus. By looking to be a spiritual resource to students at Hope, they are able to introduce people to Jesus, building into those who do, and challenging each other in their faith. With weekly meetings, community events, small groups, and Bible studies, there are plenty of opportunities for students to further their walk with God and build lasting and meaningful relationships! ITessa Schultz ('15)

: Adult leader Chris Maybury (left)and students Stacy Mata ('17), Nathan Jones ('15), Hannah Gibbs ('15), Emily Hozian ('17), Brooke Jeries ('14), Lane Heyboer ('15), Briana Armand ('16), and Rachel Lamb ('15)take a moment inthe early vmorning to eat breakfast at SSS^Christian Robert'shouse before heading to the Onething Conference in Kansas City, MO.

The new leadership team, left,Alexa Mediera ('17), Erin Rhodes ('16), Joey Helder ('15), and Christian Roberts ('17)talkthrough theirvision of CRU over froyo.

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Frisbee Within the last couple of years, Ultimate Frisbee has slowlybutsurelybecome a big cieal on co,le9 e campuses nationwide, and Hope College isno exception. From pick-up games, to Intramurals, to scheduled practices, and even tournaments across the Midwest, the teams stay pretty busy here on campus. This isespecially true within the lastyear or so, as the Women's Ultimate Frisbee Team has made a sure comeback after a couple year hiatus. [Tessa Schultz ('15)

Ifyou are interested instepping away from the real world, then look no further! Geek Life consists of people interested in activities such as video games, role playing games, fantasy worlds, and other forms of creative entertainment. Each year they host events including, but not limited to, large scale gaming nights involving all types of games, like their annual Extravananigans. [Tessa Schultz p 5)

Callahan Davenport ('16), left, triesto avoid getting caught by Matthew Tollman ('16), right, by sneaking around a tree.

Pä W-'Va/Ü u /:The Hope College Ultimate Frisbee team joins up with others across the state at the annual Huckfest Tournament.

W\<er*es> :Leftto right, Angelica Kurtz ('14), John Haga ('15), Matthew Tollman ('16), and Callahan Davenport ('16)take time out of their day to play a competitive game of cards.

W-U\wer^: The women's team takes a moment at the end of the Whitesmoke Tournament fora group shot with their new disc.

WLcrW-cvJl: Geek Life members shake their tailfeathers at one of their annual dances in Snow Auditorium.

V-ccA<Mfj!: The girlswalk to their next field, ready for a new match-up at the tourney.

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Erica Simpson ('15) and Jared Duimstra ('15)show offtheir costumes at the Geek Life Costume Contest.

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Pa-oe Off: Dressed insimilarfashions, Mackenzie Anderson ('14) and Cory Lakatos ('14) complete a stare down.

I a_ ^r-ea^iw..: Dressed forsuccess, Aleece Cook ('15) and Matthew Bracken ('15) don costumes of the beloved characters from Tangled, Rapunzel and Flynn Rider.

Ce>r <^uooes^: Dressed in, well, dresses, two of Hope College's UF team members John Lithio ('15) and David Sapyta ('15) face off against an opposing team at the annual Huckfest tournment.

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Pa-oe-OfC: The women and men of Hope College combine forces at Huckfest, in a fightto beat out other teams.

P<MT-eLaA\Jl: David Sapyta ('15), inthe red dress, expertly maneuvers around his opponent with a forehand throw to histeammate.

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Improv for the Ages " With quick witand unscripted, off-thewall comedic talent, the members of Vanderprov provide hilarious and unforgettable entertainmentforHope College's campus and greater community, Utilizing the audience's suggestions and even participation, the team isable to create countless scenes that leave eveiyone wanting more. Follow them on Twitter: @vanderprov

The Hope College Quidditch League was founded to give Muggles on campus the chance to play one of the wizard world's favorite games, Quidditch. Following the rules set down by the International Quidditch Association itself, members of the League play intournaments involving official teams and scrimmages open to any and all comers. |Tessa Schultz ('15)

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Va-KcAerprew: The group takes time out of their busy days for a photo shoot; left to right are: Mitchell Conrad ('17), Andrew Robitaille ('15), Sean Zorn ('17), Lauren Ezzo ('14), C a m Pratt ('16), Alex Sloan ('15), Abigail LaBarge ('17), Molly Coyle ('14), Dylan Connor ('15), Joel Brogan ('14), and Ed Cowie ('14). Abigail LaBarge ('17)triesto pull Mitchell Conrad ('17)away, even though C a m Pratt ('16) ison the floor, apparently dying from some epidemic. Ol\ ?CvcV\V: Dylan Connor ('15) isn't afraid to add his two-cents, even with fellow member Lauren Ezzo ('14) looking on.

'£)Ul\W0es:,:In an epic battle of wit and rhyme, team Fuzzy Bunnies, cosisting of Alex Sloan ('15), Joel Brogan ('14), Sean Zorn ('17), and Molly Coyle ('16),tryto outrap the opposing Vanderprov team.

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With theirbrooms in hand, and game faces on, teams stand by their goals waiting forthe whistle, signaling the startof the match. Bystanders sitalongside the main sidewalk inthe Pine Grove watching Quidditch teams strategically battle itout inthe hopes of catching the "Snitch" and winning the match.

While Seekers roam the campus in search of the elusive Snitch, other team members work together in scoring and defending their goals.

Uew The "Snitch", aka Jared Duimstra (15), seeks refuge ina tree while avoiding capture.

Capitalizing on the factthey have both bludgers in hand, the team awaits forthe right moment to attack.

Left, Joel Brogan ('14)takes time to visit Ed Cowie ('14), the "secondbest mall kiosk fortune teller", and tryhis chance at hisfuture foretold.

Lgl U<J-\^: Vanderprov members Lauren Ezzo ('14), C a m Pratt ('16), Alex Sloan ('15), and Sean Zorn ('17), stand side-by-side at the end of another laugh inducing game.

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During a game, Abigail LaBarge ('17)takes a look inthe "mirror" but doesn't likewhat she sees.

Surprising his fellow Vanderprovians as well as the audience, C a m Pratt ('16) comes on stage eating a potato. As to why, we'll never know...

T~c>UV\cÄ: Members of opposing Quidditch teams race to the tree inthe hopes of possibly "catching" the Snitch and ending the match.

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Rejoice! Starting in 1970 as an extension of the Black Student Union, the choir has slowly worked its way into becoming the separate dynamic group it is today. Coming together from all different types of backgrounds, cultures, and denominations, students have found a way to glorify God through worship with the Gospel Choir. They sing a variety of songs in the Gospel and Contemporary Christian music styles, and perform throughout the year at the Chapel and Gathering services. Rehearsals are held once a week and allare welcome to join! ITessa Schultz ('15)

O w e Vcvcoe: Dressed for success, the members of Gospel Choir snap theirfingers and sway to the beat of the music.

Move Your Feet Whether an experience dancer or not, students flock to Hip Hop Club where they can learn and practice different forms of hip hop while taking a study break. Meeting once a week, Hip Hop Club istaught by different members who teach various hip hop combinations. They also hold auditions every year for the Hip Hop Club performance group, Hip Hop Anonymous, which performs in dance

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With hands raised. Director Edye Hyde leads the Gospel Choir in a rousing song during chapel.

As of 2013, Edye Evan Hyde, a 2011 West Michigan Jazz Society Musician of the Year recipient, joined Hope College's Gospel Choir as director. Singing jazz, blues and pop, and worship music inWest Michigan, Los Angeles, Asia, and Europe forthe past 30 years, Hyde comes with experience and skillsto further strengthen the group. She even released her most current album, "Magic in His Eyes."

With eyes on theirfearless leader, the Gospel Choir awaits instructions and direction at rehearsal.

^uppcsfl: Standing under the marquee outside of the Knickerbocker, members of the Hip Hop Club are ready to head on inside to cheer on theirfellow dance students. A.U-LkJcAe: Taking a break during rehearsal, the members of Hip Hop Anonymous group together fora picture.

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Soul Music With an active group of students, the Jazz Studies at Hope College includes performance opportunities in both small groups and large ensembles, classes, improvisation, composition, and even private jazz instruction. Students involved in the program either take itrigorously as the major or as supplementary as playing in a combo. And with Hope College bringing in world famous guest artistwho give clinics, work with the students, and perform, there ismuch to learn! |Tessa Schultz ('15) n

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CsLpVure: Matthew Milliken ('15) plays his saxophone with gusto during his solo at the DeVos Musical Showcase held every year.

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ibMAcAvj-: A saxophone quartet plays at one of their many concerts throughout the year.

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Since its beginning, the Hope College Dance Marathon has slowly but surely been gaining ground in raising money for the Helen DeVos Children's Hospital. Inthe inaugural year, Hope College was not expected to raise more than $5,000 due to its size. But through much work, dedication, and volunteers, the school has managed toraiseover a milliondollars since itsfirstyear. |Tessa Schultz ('15)

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With smiles stretching across their faces, Samantha Cole ('15) stands alongside two members from the Miracle Families. <S*uooes>s>: Atthe veryend, the Dream Team stands on stage v/ithsignsinhand, letting everyone who participated in Dance Marathon knowV/hat alltheir efforts helped raise.

TVe>u<$V U<e In a battle of willsand expert dance moves, the Dream Team takes the stage to show offsome of theirfancy foot work.

"öWl B-vJl GewVer: On stage, children take theirturn telling everyone at Dance Marathon who they are and what they've been looking forward to.

:Kian Hashemi-Rad ('14)shows off some moves to fellow dancers and moralers.

<S>VB-rVeJl Pre>iA\. l\<e '£)ö U<MA\, W e ’r-e Her~e: Pictured above is the group that went on the Nordhouse Dunes backpacking trip inthe fallof 2013. From leftto right,Abigail Sanders ('15), Austin Hamkes ('14), Kelly Feiten ('16), Lize Loubser ('14), Randi Ulmer ('16), Katrina Cüison ('15), Olivia Husbands ('14), Megan Schowalter ('14), EmilyAuse ('1öj^xfenae Ardivson ('15), Randy Wade ('16).

Connor Brady ('15) hugs itout with two other fellow Dream Team members during the funfilled 24 hours.

Jhe Outdoor Adventure Club has one goal for the year, to "expose Hope students to the great outdoors." The O A C host various eventsthroughout theyear thatare always open to allHope College students, notjust members, and include things like hiking, backpacking, cross-country skiing, and even camping. C o m e rain,shine, oreven snow, the O A C willalways have something for the students to do, at least those who are willing to brave the weather! IAleksandra Masiak ('17)

Ol\ U<e Kcve: Some of the gang went cross­ country skiing in Pigeon Creek, winter of 2014. Pictured here are Olivia Rowland ('17), Tyler Brinks ('17), and Randi Ulmer ('16). TuvdlrB_: With their poles in hand, OAC members are ready to hitthe snow with a jaunt through the woods.

SiAM-Aes* % C u w x U a v s E m m a Bomeli ('16) finds a moment during the busy hours of Dance Marathon to chillwith Lydia, one of the Heroes.

Ov\ U<e Outdoor Adventure Club started out the 2013-2014 school year with a tripto the beach. With activities like hiking, swimming, ultimate frisbee, and of course, a cook-out, the club started off the year on a good note!

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Children's After School Achievement (CASA) isa community program that helps at-risk kids find free after-school tutoring, summer school, and addition to more educational and cultural programs throughout the Holland community. Many people contribute to this program that helps form many, many relationships with the kids, volunteers, and members of Holland's community. |Sierra Schultz ('17)

The Black Student Union justcelebrated its 45th anniversaryas a Hope College group thispastyear. Coinciding with Black History month, the members hosted a dinner event for all to attend, in the hopes of further promoting theirwork and honoring past alumni. The Black Student Union's mission isto promote equality on campus by utilizing Black history, experiences, issues, and perspectives. By doing so, the group strives to create an environment in which Black culture and heritage will be visible and accessible to fellow students, faculty, and staff, while also opening a window for understanding, learning, and appreciation. |Tessa Schultz ('15)

During the fall, a meeting takes place for the college students to prepare and get information about the kids and what isto come. :Allmembers ofCASA, young and old, pileonto Maas Center's floorand dance the time away.

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Acting chill, Guy Cotter ('14)and Dejon portray a real older/younger brother relationship. Nothing can separate these two.

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During Black History month, the Black Student Union hosts multiple events to help promote awareness across campus, including programs like BSU Voices, above.

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With their mission to educate and stimulate discussion on Asian and Asian-American history, experiences, and perspectives, the members ot HAPA aim to strengthen the identity and pride by providing a community which celebrates a varietyofAsian and AsianAmerican traditions. To accomplish this, they look to creating an environment and building a community in which all cultures will be visible and accessible to students on Hope's campus. ITessa Schultz ('15)

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Spreading the Word Across campus, students seeking to experience and dig deeper into God's Word, gather together in small group Bible studies., led by fellow Hope College students. Meeting on a weekly basis, students have the opportunityto furtherstrengthen theirfaithand relationships. Sarah Davenport ('16), says, "Iprayed about itand God opened the doors forthe opportunityto be a Bible study leader. Itwas the perfect way to pour into girlsthat Ihad a connection with through transferring

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W-oVs^r Oc>Ul: Members huddle around the cart of hot chocolate, waiting to hand some out to students as they pass by on a cold winter day.

"Ilove Hope because of everything I have experienced here. Ilove the small campus, the close downtown, and the 10-minute drive to the beach. The education program is outstanding and Ihave already received lots of experience in the classroom. Ilove the way faith is incorporated into all parts of campus; class, athletics, and extra-curriculars. Hope has provided so many opportunities for m e to grow in all areas of m y life, ifs hard not to love this place." -CDe>i\\\<Mr

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"Ilove Hope because ithas ma d e m e love to learn. The community, the classroom, and the co-curricular activities challenge m e to grow everyday. Together, these areas have challenged m e to make the learning I encounter inthe classroom expand beyond just four walls into every sphere of my lifewhether academic, social or spiritual. No matter the context, Ifind that m y conversations and activities with Hope students, staff and faculty have mad e a lasting impact on m e to continue this life­ long process of learning."

The Student Ambassadors of Hope College consists of twenty sophomores, juniors, and seniors, selected each spring. The group meets twice a month and isco­ advised by staff representatives from Alumni Relations and Student Development. "The purpose of the group is to provide a stronger connection between students and alumni, as well as a smooth transition from student to alumni. Through multiple events and programming on campus, the students benefit by obtaining valuable leadership experience, unique networking opportunities, and professional development training." ITessa Schultz ('15)

0^\£>rs>: Alison Claucherty ('16) hand paints a butterflyon the arm of a littlegirlat the Art 4 Allprogram on campus.

Ce>rS*uoaes>£>: Members of the Student Ambassadors pause outside Dimnent Chapel for a group photo.

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It has been a year of progress from a dedicated and talented staff. WTHS won awards from the Intercollegiate Broadcasting System 2013 including: Winner of Best Show Promo (Will DeBoer for Freeze Frame), Most Innovative Show (Christopher Rodriguez and ForrestDodson forThe Stick), and Best Website to name a few. This year the Executive Board worked with administrators to expand their broadcast to an internet stream for the world to experience. |Justine Poe ('15)

Okees^e: Some oftheWTHS staffpose fora group shot: inthe back. CarterJones ('14), Will DeBoer ('14), Tom Zahari ('15); middle. Matt Costello ('14), Christopher Rodriguez ('14), John Volk Dunbar ('16), Richard Forrest Dodson ('14); and in the front, Carolyn Wermuth ('14), and Nicholas Johnson ('14).

Oceesje!: With so much to plan throughout the year, there must obviously be a powerhouse team behind allthe work, the SAC staff. This group is comprised of Hope-loving individuals with inspiring ideas on how to bring the student body together forfun and exciting events that builds the community of the college.

Keeping true to their motto of "For the students, by the students", the Student Activities Committee works hard to make sure that the year ischock fullof fun, high quality entertainment. "The group is comprised of student leaders who are responsible for coordinating and executing campus-wide social programming that enriches the campus community and reflects the mission and values ofthe institution, such as open-mic night, athletic events and theatre productions, films, concerts, comedy shows, slam poetry, and traditional events such as Homecoming and Winter Fantasia." |Tessa Schultz p 5)

<SsewLe>r UCe: To the left, Richard Forrest Dodson ('14) and Michael Graverson ('14), seniors forthe WTHS staff, smile itup forone of their lasttimes on the Hope College radio. Me>k: From leftto right, Christopher Rodriguez ('14), Richard Forrest Dodson ('14), Matt Costello ('14), and Michael Graverson ('14)take a moment to break out in a mad dance during one of the many DJ parties.

Students were gathering inside DeVos, patiently waiting inline even before tickets forthe Ingrid Michaelson went on sale. And with sold out performances, it comes with no surprise that her concert was one forthe books.

1-eB-cler^lvCp: Will DeBoer ('14) stands with the WTHS advisor, Dave Murray.

Student DJs Carolyn Wermuth ('14), left, Isabelle Morris ('15), middle, and Brooke Wolters ('16), right, snag a selfieduring a WTHS shindig.

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<jsU\\s >Oöl: Above left, Rachel Kabagabu ('15)and Isabel Morris ('15) stand back-to-back pulling a Charlie'sAngel's pose intheiroff-air time. Both had programs, like Isabel's Folksy Folktime on Friday afternoons.

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'£)r^v-a\<3C ä Ü: Freshmen Cole Watson ('17) and Sierra Schultz ('17)take a couple laps around the ice rink at Rosa Parks in Grand Rapids, an annual homework break event.

CJkeoW ?lea~s*e!: Winners of the Annual Really Big Talent Show stand with theirgiant check fora semester's worth of free books.

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Singing Loud for All to Hear Love to sing, even badly in the shower? Then Hope has the right choir for you! Ranging from small ensembles to large groups, participants find ways of sharing in their love of music. Most choirs can be taken for credit, but choristers tend to sing for zero credit, but all the love. You can follow in the Pitch Perfect craze and audition for the acapella groups or take the other route with a mixed ensemble. Participants in the Collegium Musicum even get to perform at a Madrigal Dinner, which takes place in December. |Tessa Schultz ('15) | C slvJUJI: With Vespers finallyover, members of the Chapel Choirthrowon a funnyface withtheirDirector, Brad Richmond.

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Performing throughout the year as Hope's premier choral ensemble, the Chapel Choir has become renowned for itsskilllevel.

M<NM.*ewVs:>: The seniors of the Chapel Choir take a moment at the end of Vespers to talkwith their director. Brad Richmond, and to take a photo.

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There are four different big ensembles that can be found on campus, consisting of bands (Wind Ensemble and Concert Band) and orchestras (Orchestra and Symphonette). The bands are under the direction of Dr. Gabe Southard, and the orchestra's director is Dr. Richard Piippo. In addition to these programs, smaller chamber groups made up of fewer instruments allowstudents perform a wider arrangement of music and receive more direct coaching from professors. Students don't have to be a music major or minor to participate inan ensemble on campus. Music isone of the beautiful ways which students connect and make lasting memories. From rehearsals to concerts and classes to tours, relationshipsthrive over the bond of music. |Michelle Brandle ('17) W-tAxJl The Wind Ensemble performs at one of theirfirstconcerts inthe fall. Dimnent Chapel hosts these musical occasions.

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Members of the Kinickerbocker Fraternity smile during a weekly IFC/ Panhelic Council meeting where policies and upcoming events are discussed in private.

Members of allGreek Lifesororities and fraternities gather together fortheirfinal meeting of the 2013-2014 semester.

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<^r*eeW U £ e A family away from home. Being a member of Greek Life at Hope College provides the opportunity to maintain a steady group of friends who share similar intereststhroughout theirtime at Hope and afterward. The new Greek orientation process was designed to allow incoming members to learn about the organization they are joining and to build strong relationshipswith current brothers orsisters. Because Greek members spend a majority of theirtime together, these bonds often become stronger than friendships made by other means. These bonds become family. |Brina Miltenberger ('14) <S>uper Heroes*: Members of the Dorian Sorority dress up and pass out candy to children at VanRaalte Farm to celebrate Halloween.

C-e>ri\ Hole: Alpha G a m m a Phi hosts a Corn Hole tournament to raise money for Relay for Life. The event took place inthe Pine Groove.

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Montana Trip In the summer of 2013, representatives from every fraternity and sororitytraveled together from Michigan to Montana for a week retreat. Students and administrators bonded through hiking trails by day, and conducted passion-filled business meetings each evening. Greek Life re-evaluated their mission, purpose, and addressed their course of action towards an improved culture and increased positive impact ithas on participants. Open conversations, free-flowing ideas, and a great love for the community of Greek Life allowed these leaders to make a difference in their organization as a whole creating a lasting impact |Justine Poe ('15)

In May of 2012, the chapter of Alpha Kappa Pi was reopened. The brothers of Wyckoff Hallchose to take theirbond to another level and create a fraternity,aftergiven the honor to reopen the Promethean name at Hope. Being one of the youngest and newest fraternities on campus, the brothers ofAlpha Kappa Piare looking forward to making some histoiy of their own, leaving a unique mark on the Hope community. | Brina Miltenberger

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'i^LWoe <5r-eeW: students and administrators joined forces in creating a community of progress in Montana.

%£A\JlCcr*e. Members of different Greek groups bonded over a roaring fireand lots of ooy-gooy s'mores

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:Sistersof Alpha G a m m a Phi gathprror the annual Fipdl Tea at Doesberg Cottage. f3^l\l\er:Sistersof Alpha G a m m a Phi gather fora family dinner while spending the weekend up North in a Cabin.

Stephanie Lyons ('16) and Allyson Webster ('16) smile on the night they received theirfinal bids to Alpha G a m m a Phi.

«S^pr-civ^ 2014: The pledge class of 2014 pose for a family photo. photo by: Megan Bailey (‘16)

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The purpose of Alpha Theta Chi shall be to contribute to the development of the spiritual, intellectual, and social needs of itsindividual members, the Hope campus community, and the Holland community through cooperative brotherhood and unity. They live by the motto, "The Strength of Brotherhood isthe Unify of Diversity." | Brina Miltenberger ('14)

The Kappa Beta Phi - Dorian sorority, literallymeaning "highest, finest, and simplest," isa group of women who work to better themselves and the Hope community. To do this, they are involved with many activities and organizations on campus, such as Relay for Life and Dance Marathon, and also represent many other sports teams and clubs around Hope. I Michelle Brandle ('17)

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'ßröUcerVööJl: Tyler Mayer ('14), Dave Paul ('16), and Ryan Aho ('16) smile forthe camera during one of the weekly Centurion Business Meetings.

View A.cA-cves>: Thisyear, the Dorian sororitywelcomed 26 new actives into the 2014 class.

Äv-cvvjMembers of the Spring 2014 Pledge Class pose fora picture with their sistersorority, the Dorians, at thisyear's Dance Marathon.

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Sigma lota Beta Established in 1919 upon friendship, love, and loyally, the Sibylline sorority exemplify these qualities throughout their journey at Hope and beyond. The sisters are proud to be represented in many of the diverse activities Hope offers. The Sibylline Sororily events provide great memories as members live out their lives honoring their friendship, love, and loyalty. | Brina Miltenberger ('14)

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The Emmersonian fraternity, otherwise known as Phi Tau Nu, was founded in 1919 as the Emmersonian Literary Society. Theirlettersstand for or love, honor, and success. The Emmersonian fraternity accepted 17 new members to their brotherhood for a total of 55 members this year. The rush and pledge process ensures that the brotherhood remains a strong brotherhood of respectable men embodying the Emmersonian values . ILaurel Sutherin ('16)

«Sserv-Öoe: The new pledge class of Spring 2014 dances for 24 hours raising money for Helen DeVos Children's Hospital.

Thisyearthe Emmersonian Fraternityhas participated inmany Hope College events and activities like Relay for Life and Dance Marathon, both of which are large campus wide fundraisers. The men worked together to raise money towards these great causes. Inaddition, the brothers have completed a few community service projects inthe Holland area. They worked with HabitatforHumanity both semesters. The Emmersonians also worked withthe Arcadians tosetup a book driveatthe CivicCenter nearby. Lastly,theyhelped organize the Ditto resale store inthe Holland area. The Emmersonian men not only participate in community service and volunteer events, but also inother school activitiessuch as the annual Pull and other sports teams on campus. This year, brother Ethan Gibbons, served as the Inner-Fraternal Council's president. The men of the Emmersonian fraternityare very well rounded and uphold the values forwhich they stand.

T V e CoU-a-<§--e.The "home" of the Emmersonian fraternity has changed throughout the years to accommodate their growing size. Above is their current campus residence where business meetings, rush events, and some of the frat's greatest memories are made.

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Inthe spring of 1961, the need for a sixth sororilyon Hope's campus became evident when there were more women desiring sorority membership than there were openings permitted. On rMay 11, 1962, thirty women dressed in formals gathered in Gilmore Cottage. There the PanHellanic Board intiated these founders, and the Kappa Delta Chi Sororily was officially chartered. | Brina Miltenberger ('14) .Socles*: Clare Koppin ('14) and her new sorority littleLinnea FenskeWilliams ('17) show their love foreach other.

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t4c>l\Wej The Arcadian cottage isfor much more than just hanging around on the front porch. Here,thebrotherslive,learn,and lovetogether.

W-cU. W-Uv$-s>:The Arcadian men aren't afraid to take on Buffalo Wild Wings informal attire. With class and sifisticatoin they attacked those finger-lickin' good wild wings.

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Service, Love, and Wisdom are what the Arcadian Knights have fought for at Hope College since theirconception in 1946. Thisyear the Arkies completed this task by taking on service projects, participating in campus wide fundraising events, supporting and holding each other accountable in their academic endeavors, as well as loving one another in brotherhood. |Justine Poe ('15)

OVs. T l \ < e TheArkiebrotherhood joined together on top ofa Lake Michigan dune atTunnel Park to appreciate the beauty of God's vast earth.

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PU Diversity Strives In 2010, a group of girlsinterested in creating a multicultural sorority immersed in diversity recreated I Theta G a m m a Pi with a refreshed j mission and purpose: a multicultural sisterhood that will be active in the community through leadership and service. | Brina Miitenberger ('14) Six members of Theta G a m m a Pisororitytook the time to usher during the Black HistoryCelebration MLK lecture.

<S>pr-U\<j- 2014: Members of Theta G a m m a Pi had a celebration in honor of their very own new members being inducted into the organization.

HöU.cbLj: Members of Theta G a m m a Picame together fora quick family picture at the annual Theta G a m m a PiChristmas Party.

2^s4*er\v^^c!l: Theta G a m m a Pi sisterhood planned a tripto Chicago where they grew intheir relationships as sistersand enjoyed a great time inthe windy city.

iLM^r-es^: Every year inthe Fall, the sorority hosts a retreat and thisyear, activities included getting alldressed up and having a family dinner at Johnny Carino's Italian Resturant.

Phi Sigma Kappa's "Tau Septaton" chapter was established on the Hope College campus in2003. The fraternitywas builton the motto, "Do unto others as you would have others do unto us". The cardinal principles for which the fraternity stands are brotherhood, scholarship, and character. This fraternity isthe only national Greek organization on Hope's campus and accepted 20 new members thisyear. The brothers of Phi Sigma Kappa would like to wish their Justin Seijo ('17), EricVan ('16), Austin Werley ('15), Ricky May ('17), Travis Toia ('16), Andy seniors, James Brutsche, Doug Teahan ('17),Austin Garcia ('16), Colin Feguer ('17), Jake Bordeaux ('17), Nestor Barrera Reynolds, Craig Ward, Derek ('17), Nate Morales ('17) Warner, and Ethan VanDePerre, good luck intheirfuture endeavors. Laurel Sutherin ('16) ^serv-ooe b w JI Fuvdlr^--cs2A\<§-: The PhiSigma Kappa Fraternity participates in multiple community service and fundraising events every year. This year the chapter raised over $9000.00 for various charities including Special Olympics of Michigan and DeVos Children's Hospital. They jumped intofreezing water, danced for 24 hours straight, and even raffled off an xbox one inpursuit of their philanthropic goals.

Everysummer PhiSigma Kappa Fraternity holds a national meeting with the chapters throughout the US. A few members from Hope have attended thismeeting inrecent years.

T-r-ue\\<As> Michael Murphy (not affiliatedwith Phi Sigma Kappa), KristoferAlmdale ('16), Austin Bradley ('15), and alumni Ryan Jones celebrated theirbrotherhood together at thisyear's formal event.

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A Aalderink, Linnay-48 Abiera, David -187 Abnet, Jeana -13 Abraham, Sharon -41, 130 Abrahantes, Miguel -48 Acker, Kathryn -130 Ackett, Chris-35 Acosta, Allyson -130 Adams, Isabelle -130 Adams, Samantha -130, 213 Adams, Skyler-48 Adamski, Kathy -48 Adamson, Joe -65 Adwan, Raoul -130, 261 Afton, Katie -208, 209 Agheana, Ion -48, 76 Aguilera, Claudia -98 Ahlgrim, Kathryn -12 Aho, Ryan -267 Alberg, Cindy -48 Alberg, Erik-48 Aldrich, Michael -48, 197 Alexander, Christopher -130 Alexander, Lauren -130 Alfonso, Dimelza -98 Allardyce, James -232 Allardyce, Natalie -98 Allen,Anna -130 Almdale, Kristofer-273 Alsum, Kira-251 Altman, Evan -130 Alvarado, Cynthia -130 Alvarez, Esmeralda -98 Amos, Jordan -130 Amsbury, Jordan -130 Anaya, Abraham -48 Anderson, Autumn -131, 198, 213 Anderson, Emily-130 Anderson, Emily-130 Anderson, Isolde -48, 86 Anderson, Karisa -130 Anderson, Kristi-98 Anderson, Kyle -130 Anderson, Mackenzie -236 Anderson, Mary Elizaeth -48 Anderson, Paul -48 Anderson, Sarah -48 Anderson, Sayde -130 Andre, Maria Claudia -48 Andrews, Ashley -131,224 Andrews, Emily -131 Annett, Karlen -98, 195 Ansel, Katherine -98 Antenan, Andrea -131 Apostoleris, Alexandra -131 Apostoleris, Margaret -131, 188 Appell, Morgan -98 April!,Lauren -99 Ardivson, Jenae -243 Arendsen, Izaac -44 Armand, Briana -131,235 Armijo, Miguel -131,218 Arndt, Ryan -22, 42, 131, 208, 269 Arnold, Kathleen -48

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B Baar, Sarah -48 Baarman, Jamie -131 Babbitt, Alan -48 Bade, Amy -48 Baer, Marc -48 Bahle, Jean -48 Bailey, Bradley-131 Bailey, Maggie -288 Bailey, Megan -39, 131, 232, 265 Bainbridge, Laura -48 Bajema, Holly-131 Baker, Allison-131 Baker, Kelsey -99, 223 Bakker, Alyssa -99 Bakker, Anne -48 Balcazar, Sasha -99 Ballantyne, Rachel -131 Balvanz, Jillian-99 Banas, Amy -99 Banas, Jenna -35 Banaszak, Ellee -131 Banaszak, Samantha -131 Bandstra, Barry-48 Barbour, Matthew -99, 236 Barbu, Alexandria -131 Barbu, Brianna -131 Barbutti, Rachel -131 Bareman, Gloria -48 Bareman, Steve -48 Barker, Amanda -265 Barker, Trevor-131,217, 232 Barletta, Bridget -131 Barletta, Erin-99 Barnes, Allison-131 Barnes, Brian -131,210 Barney, Christopher -48 Baron, Kristin-99 Barrera, Nestor -131,273 Barry,Alexander -132 Barthel, Sam -187 Bartoszek, Kyle -99 Bartz, Autumn -99 Basch, Erik-132, 206 Bassage, Connor -132, 218 Battistone, Kelli-132 Bauer, Kate -99, 228 Bauman, Elisabeth -48 Baumeister, Jacqueline -99 Baxter, Matthew -132 Beal, Hadyn -187 Beals, Rowene -48 Beams, Sarah -132 Bean, Megan -132

Beard, Virginia -49 Beary, Kathryn - 132, 244 Beaudoin, Austin -132 Bechtel, Brant -41,99 Beck, Amanda -99 Beck, Haley -56, 100, 288 Beckering, Emily -132 Beckman, Jodi -132 Beckman, Susan -49 Bedard, Lauren -100 Bedard, Sandy -49 Beerthuis, Sharon -49 Bekmetjev, Airat -49 Bell, Albert -49 Bellew, Madelyn - 132, 213 Benda, Nancy - 132, 204, 205 Benjamin, Tracy -49, 207 Bennett, Chase -132 Bennick, Amanda -132 Benoit, Faith - 132 Benson, Alexandra -80, 100 Benson, Brock - 196, 197 Benton, Molly - 132, 246 Bera, Joel - 132, 206 Berarducci, Amy -49 Bergmooser, Jenna -38 Bernaciak, Kyle -40, 132,

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Brooks,Alyssa -135 Brott,Sadina -135, 228 Brouwer, Wayne -51 Brower, Luke -210 Brown, Annie -256, 257, 260 Brown, James -51 Brown, Kenneth -51 Brown, Lindsay -135 Brown, Natalie -135 Brown, Susan -51 Browne, Christopher -25, 135 Brubaker, Megan -70 Bruff,Alyssa -101 Bruin,Samantha -51 Bruins, Elton -51 Brumels, Hunter -135 Brumels, Kirk-54 Brumels, Rebecca -135 Brumels, Stephanie -54 Brune, Daniel -135 Brunnink, Lali-54 Brushwyler, Keith -135, 197 Brutsche, James -273 Bryer, Sydney -101 Buchholz, Brittany-135 Buck, Emily-135 Buck, Katerina -135 Budde, Rebecca -101 Bui,Tu -135 Buikema, Bridgitt-135 Buikema, Shelby -25, 135 Bulthuis, Katrina -135, 224 Bulthuis,Toni -54 Bultman, Cbaars -54 Bultman, Tom -54 Bunnell,Andrew -54 Burford, Lauren -135 Burgess, Luisa -192 Burkey, Lyne -54 Burrow, Natalie -101 Burton, Cris-54 Burton, Rhoda Janzen -54 Bush, Madison -135 Busman, Meredith -101, 185 Bussan, Ian -135, 228 Bussies, Lisa-54 Bussies, Parker -101, 202, 203 Buth, Zachary -135 Button, Stephen -135 Butts,Claire-181 Butts,Rachel -101,230 Buursma, Maddie -188 Buursma, Norma -54 Buzo, Mariana -135 Byers, Caleb -196, 197 Bylsma, Jacob -102 Bylsma, Thomas -54 Byma, Nicholas -135

C Cain, Aaron -135 Calanchi, Enrique -54 Call, Claire -102, 227 Caltrider, Zoe -135 Calvert, Rob -201 Calyore, Catherine -102, 208, 209 Camp, Gary -54 Campanella, Dee -54 Campbell, Alex -197 Campbell, Allison-102 Campbell, Casey -185 Campbell, Cody -197 Campbell, Eliana -135 Campbell, Ryan -135

Campbell, William -102 Campodonico, Daphinne 135 Campos Loera, Diana -135 Canniff, Hannah -231 Cantor, Madeleine -102 Capestany, Carli-204, 205, 235 Capestany, Jorge -54, 205 Capestany, Martha -54 Carlson, Chad -136, 197 Carlson, Graham -54 Carlson, Jeff-54, 197 Carlson, Kathleen -102 Carlson, Katie -102 Carlson, Katy -231 Carlson, Patti-54 Carlson, Sue -54 Carpenter, Sarah -9, 136 Carranza, Mitzi-217 Carrara, Sarah -136 Carrascode, Miguel Berta -54, 61 Carreno Galvan, Carinna 136 Carreto, Ivan -136 Carter, Taylor-136 Cash, Jason -54 Cassell, Brendan -136 Cassella,Abigale -136, 207 Castillo, Maxwell -269 Cathey, Scott-136 Cefaratti, Mary -188 Cekander, Kristin-136 Chambers, Richard -54 Chamness, Paul -54 Chang, Gloria -136 Chanski, Anne -54 Chapman, Madeline -136 Chase, Chelsea -136 Chase Waller, Leah -54 Chatten, Alison -103 Chavis, Llena -54 Chema, Matthew -136, 210 Chen, Henry -54 Chen, Lily-136 Cherry, Brianna -136 Cherup, Susan -54 Chesnut, Reagan -54 Chhum, Monica -103 Childress, Susanna -54 Chipka, Jake -210, 230 Cho, David -54 Choi, Tae Hyun -136 Chomchan, Chalalai -33 Chovaz, Jacob -136 Christiaans, Rachel -136 Christian, Abby -103 Christian, Brenda -54 Christie,Jessica -103 Chung, WonWoo -52 Ciboch, Joshua -136 Cinzori,Aaron -54 Cioffi,Julie-35 Clark, Adam -55 Clark, Colton -136 Clark, James -136 Clark, Linda -55 Clark, Nancy -55 Clark, Rachel -246 Clark, Raelene -103 Clarke, Laura -55 Claucherty, Alison -247 Claus, Dan -55 Claus, Grace -55 Clegg, Taylor-267 Coffey, Lilia-55 Coffman, Kristen-136 Cole, Amanda -103 Cole, Ernest-55

Cole, Kevin -55, 209 Cole, Madeline -136 Cole, Samantha -242 Collins,Carter -136 Collins, Justin-136 Collins, Kimberly -103 Colsen, Wendy -55 Commet, Matthew -136 Compton, Rebecca -136 Conerty, Thomas -187 Conniff, Peter -55 Connor, Dylan -238 Conrad, Cara -103, 192 Conrad, Mitchell -136, 238 Constantino, Kristin-103 Cook, Aleece -137, 236 Cook, Drew -200 Cook, Emily-136 Cook, Ireana -32 Cook, Mark -55 Cook, Nancy -55 Cook, Timothy -137, 232 Cook, Veronica -137 Coon, Charles -187 Cooper, Claire -137, 205 Cooper, Clifford -103 Cooper, Katie -85 Cooper, Kelsey-213 Corbato, Barbara -55 Corbin, Alexander -42 Corey, Rachael -137 Corson, Jane -55 Cory, Kaylene -137 Coskun, Ugur -137 Costello, Matt -248 Cotter, Guy-31,244 Cotterall,Virginia-137, 192 Courts, Paige -137, 205 Cowie, Brian -31 Cowie, Ed -238 Cox, John -55 Coyle, Brian -55, 253 Coyle, Deborah -55 Coyle, Mackenzie -137 Coyle, Molly -8, 238 Craioveanu, Mihai -56 Crane, Nathaniel -44, 137 Crino, Molly -137 Cronau, Jessica -137 Cronberg, Fred -56 Cross, Kevin -269 Cuckovich, Mitchell -137 Cuesta, Kristoffer-137 Cuison, Katrina -85, 137, 243 Culbertson, Jessica -103 Cullum, Jerry-56 Culver, Matt -202, 203 Culver, Michael -56 Cunningham, David -56 Cunningham, Katelyn -24 Cunningham, Mark -137 Curmi, Alicia -137, 207 Curnick, Nancy -56 Curry, Natalie -137, 188 Curtiss, Colton -137, 210 Cusack, Charles -56 Cutshall, Andrew -59, 193, 219 Cutshall, Hannah -138 Czarnecki, Kaila -138 Czmer, Megan -244

D D'orazio, Palmer -28, 138 Daldos, Jennifer -56 Dalman, Julie-56

Dalman, Patricia-56 Dalton, Abigail -74, 138 Dandavati, Annie -56 Daniel, Hope -138 Daniels, Reginald -138 Darish, Skylar-103 Dasbach, Katarina -43, 138 Dauber, Hannah -138 Daugherty, David -56 Davelaar, Thomas -56, 197 Davenport, Callahan -138, 234, 236 Davenport, Laris-138 Davenport, Sarah -138, 246, 247 Davidson, Lindsey - 138 Davies, G e m m a - 103 Davis, Bruce - 138 Davis, Carla -56 Davis, Morganne - 138 Dawsey, Brett - 138 Dawson, Eric -210 Day, Allie - 138 De Torres, Dominic -138 DeWitt, Michael -71 Deaton, Margaret -103 Debest, Dana - 138 DeBoef, Max - 187 Deboer, Jim -56 Deboer, William - 103, 248 Debruyn, Maxine -56 Decamp, Matthew - 138 Deenik, Mary -56 Detrain, Emilie - 138, 246 Degraaf, Teresa -56 Degrau, Rodrigo -57 Dehaan, Georgia -57 Dehaan,Sander -57 Dehaan, Thomas -139 Deighton, Grace -139 Deitering, Eric -32, 103 Dejong, Carol -57 Dejong, Steven -57 Dejonge, Denise -57 Dejongh, Jenna -139 Dejongh, Matthew -57 Delapa, Dylan -24, 104 Deleon, Perla -57 Deloof, Kendra -43, 57 DeMaagd, Ally-207 deMarigny, Rachel - 188 Dempsey, Jordan -139 Deneef, Adrianna -38, 139 Deneef, Nicole -139 Denham, Jordan - 139, 197 Dennen, Jordan - 139, 223 Deppe, John - 139 Dernberger, Rick -57 Deroo, Mark -57 Dershem, Herbert -57 Desantis, Nicolette -56, 139 DeShaw, Maria - 188 Detorres, Danielle - 139 Deur, Krista -57 Devanney, Amy -57 Dever, Taylor -206 Devette, Kurt -57 Devinney, Joseph - 139 Devisser, David -57 DeVries, Dillon -10 DeVries, Jonathan - 187 Devries Zimmerman, Suzanne -

57 Dewitt, Corrine -139 Dewitt, Jamie -57 Dewitt, Mark -57 Dewitt Brinks,Dawn -57 Deyoung, Alyssa -139 Deyoung, Dianne -57 Deyoung, Paul -57 Index

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Dhaliwal, Divya -95, 104 Dibble, Jayson -57 Dice, Cameron -187 Dice, Kendall -139, 188 Dicesare, Nina -139 Dicicco, Philip-139 Dickinson, Margaret -139, 232 Dickinson, William -57 Dickson, Kathryn - 188, 189 Dickson, Claire -43, 139 Diedrich, Nancy -57 Diekevers, Kristin-57 Diener, Zachary -139, 193 Diepholz, Kirstin - 10, 28, 139 Digison, Caleb -200, 206 Digison, Elliott-139 Digiuseppe, Calirose - 139 Dippel, Brooke -139, 188 Dirkse, Darlene -57 Dittmar, Emily - 104 Ditto, Nicole - 104 Doan, Kaleigh -139 Dober, Rachel - 139 Dodson, Richard - 104, 248 Doell, Hannah -198, 199 Dolehanty, Andrew -201 Dollar, Marie - 15, 220 Domingo, Teddy -269 Domingo Flores, Maria - 139 Donahoe, Andrea -57 Donahoe, E m m a - 139 Donahue, Colleen - 104 Dank, Tony -57 Donley, Gavin - 139 Donnell, Jessica - 104 Donnell, Shiloh -207 Dead, John - 139 Doolittle, Erin -24, 140 Doolittle, Stephanie -57 Dorn, Stanna - 140, 253 Dort, Amanda - 185 Douglas, Kim -57 Draeger, Katie - 140 Draeger, Rachel -29, 35, 104 Drew, Alyssa - 14, 104 Drews, Erin -35 Dreyer, Sharon -57 Droppers, Joseph -140, 263 Droppers, Mara - 140 Drost, Shawn -57 Drost, Tim -57 Drozd, Christin - 140 Dubois, Dave -57 Dubose, Christopher - 140 Duffey, Cassidy - 140 Duimstra, Alexa - 104 Duimstra, Jared -236, 239 Dumez, Deb -57 Dummer, Carrie -60 Dunbar, Jonathan - 140,

248 Dunham, Erica -192 Dunifin,Tyler-140 Dunigan, Keely -140 Dunn, Kristi-60 Dunn, Maureen -60 Dunn, Sue -60 Duntley, Kelsey -181 Dwyer, Monica -140 Dye, Mallory -25, 39 Dykema, Kelly-140 Dykman, Katie -140 Dykstra, John -60 Dykstra, Joshua -140 Dykstra, Kurt-60 Dykstra, Leah -60 Dykstra, Linda -60 280

Index

Dykstra, Robert -60 Dziewicki, Brent -140

E Eader, Elizabeth -82, 140, 192 Eagin, Mary -60 Earles, Courtney -190 Ebels, Kate - 140 Ebels, Laurie -60 Ebels, Robert -60, 181 Ecford, Davonte - 140 Eckerman, Amanda -60 Edgington, Mark -60 Eding, Lisa Lampen -60 Edwards, Megan - 140 Edwards, Richard -140 Edwards, Stephanie -60 Edwards, Zoe - 140 Eguiluz, Maria - 140 Eidson, Alex - 196, 197 Eiler, Stephanie - 140 Elder, Gunnar - 140, 206 Eldersveld, Samuel - 140 Elizabeth, Kimberly -262 Ellens, Lane - 140 Elling, Austin - 140 Ellis,Katrina - 140, 213 Elsbury, David -60 Ely, Taylor -235 Elzinga Wentworth, Mary -60 Emerson, Abigail - 141 Emerson, Derek -60 Engbers, Brittany - 141 Engel, Brianna -270 Engel, Tristan - 141 Engelsman, Lindsey -60 Englert, Heather - 104 Ensink, Elizabeth - 141 Entingh, Anita -60 Erickson, Andy - 187 Erickson, Keenan - 104, 230 Erskine, John -60 Eskandani, Rebekah - 104 Esquerra Awiers, Anita -60 Essenburg, Donna -60 Estelle, Sarah -60 Evans, Kathryn -60 Evans, Zachary - 104 Everse, Michael -60 Everts, Janet -60 Ewald, Leah - 104 Ewald, Tim -60 Ewald, Tori- 141 Ezzo, Lauren - 104, 238

F Fahlberg, Lily- 141 Fahlen, Stefan- 141 Fairbanks, Daphne -60 Fairchild, Hailey -270 Fall, Larissa - 105 Fallon, Sarah - 141 Fanta, Lauren - 141 Farese, Katrina - 105 Farmer, Matthew -60 Farnam, Emily - 141 Farnam, Sarah -141 Farwell, Megan -29, 141

Fata, Marie - 141 Fatum, Jessica - 188 Fazio, Sarah - 188 Feaster, Dennis -60 Feguer, Colin -273 Feiten, Kelly -243 Feldpausch, Morgan - 141 Felusme, Steven - 141 Fenske-Williams, Linnea 141,270 Fernandez, Ashley -141 Fila, Marcus -60 Fils-Aime, Benedict -105 Finch, Evan - 105 Finn, Jane -60 Finn, Madeline -141,246 Finn, Thomas - 141 Fitzpatrick, Madeline -141, 218 Flinker, Rebecca -250 Flinn, Nicki -60 Florek, Emily - 142 Flores, Crystal -41 Flores, Guillermo -105 Flores, Daniel - 142 Fodera, Amanda - 142 Folker, Randy - 142 Folkert, Eva Dean -60 Folkert, Matthew -206 Folkert, Peter -61 Fondeil, E m m a - 142, 227, 249 Ford, Adam -61,205 Ford, Hannah - 142 Forester, Carsten -236 Forester, Lee -61 Forland, Brooke - 142 Forlow, E m m a -188 Forster, Emily - 142 Fortnre, Robert -61 Foss, Benjamin -105 Foster, Jacob - 142 Foster, Kierstynn - 142 Foster, Sarah - 142 Fountain, Robert -142 Fowler, Grace - 142 Fox, Cameron - 142 Fox, Rebecca - 142 Fracassi, Victoria -142 Frakes, Robert - 142 Fraley, Ashley -30, 58 Fraley, Gregory -61,229 Franklin, Coty -210 Fraser, Stuart - 142 Frazier, Crystal -61 Frazier, Kelly - 142 Frazier, Lauren - 13 Fredal, Tessa - 142 Fredrickson, Alex -143 Freehafer, Amy -61 French, Allen -61 Frens, Margaret -61 Freund, Erik-41, 143 Freyling, Mikayla - 143, 192 Friar,Jonathan - 143 Frissora, Lisa -61 Fritjofson, Nils- 143 Fritz,Carol -61 Fritz,Stu-61,210 Fritzsche, Joscelyn - 143, 213 Frost, Richard -61 Fu, Wallace -61 Fuglseth, Heather -61 Fuller, Jennifer -143 Fynaardt, Emily -61

G Gaddis, Emily-143 Gaddy, Angelique -198 Gage, Mitchell -224 Gager, Christopher -143 Gaines, Jessica -143 Galioto, Mollie -61 Gallmeyer, Samuel -143, 193 Gammon, Catherine -105, 185 Gancedo, Kassandra -143 Gänsen, David -105 Garcia, Anna -204, 205 Garcia, Austin -143, 273 Garcia, Cindy -143 Garcia, Janette -106 Garcia, Katherine -143 Gardiner Lam, Jennifer-61 Gardner, Ben -196, 197 Gardner, Kevin -62 Garduno, Jocabed -143 Gargala, Micah -143 Garrett, Donna -62 Garrett, Kristen-143 Garrett, Richard -106 Garrod, Stephanie -62 Garwood, Paige -192 Gassen, Jillian-143 Gaut, Paige -143 Gawron, Elizabeth -143 Gazall, Gabrielle -14, 143, 217, 220 Geerlings, Jodi -62 Gehres, Abigail -143 Geib, Madison -143 Gentile, Jim -62 Geoghan, Sarah -106 George, Hillary-143 Gerbens, Dan -62 Gerdes, Elizabeth -143 Getschman, George -12, 106, 253 Getz, Austin -269 Geurink, Jason -62 Ghastin, Alicia -143 Gibbons, Ethan -256, 257, 260, 269 Gibbs, Hannah -143, 235 Gibbs, Janis -62 Gibson, Janet -62 Gibson, Nicholas -143 Gieswein, Ryan -143 Gillmore, Jason -62 Gindl, Samantha -106 Gingrich, Hannah -144 Giro, Matthew -144 Girard, Abigail -144 Girard, Lauren -192 Girmscheid, Savannah -144 Givens, Rebekah -85, 144 Glebe, Nicole -73, 92, 106 Glover, Jay -144 Glover, Morgan -144 Glowacki, Matthew -40, 210 Glowacki, Nick-210 Gobelman, Lauren -235 Goes, Taylor-43, 144 Goetz, Faith -181 Golin, Zach -62 Gomez-Seoane, Andrew -106, 230 Gonda, Victoria -144 Gonthier, Peter -62

Gonzales, Alfredo -62 Gonzalez, Angela -144 Gonzalez, Erik-106 Goodell, Erin-144 Goodling, Anna -223 Goodman, Caleb -144 Goodman, Drew -144, 226, 288 Goodman, Ethan -144 Goodsir, Gabriella -144 Goodwin, Gloria -62 Goodyke, Aaron -144 Goodyke, Amber -144 Goodyke, Austin -210 Gordon, Tonisha -62 Gorisemilie, Dykstra -62 Gama, Steve -62, 202 Gosselar, Trish-62 Gould, Chris-63 Gowman, Jordan -225 Gowon, Maria -82, 144 Grabill, Molly -107 Graham, Kelsey-144 Graham, Linda -63 Grahek, Joseph -42, 144 Granger, Jessica -144 Gras, Taryn -192 Graverson, Michael -248 Gray, Kristen-63 Grdina, Helen -107 Grebe, Channa -107 Green, Alexander -144 Green, Charles -63 Green, Fonda -63 Greene, Allison-107 Greene, Dirk-40, 144, 269 Greene, Katherine -144 Greene, Vanessa -63 Greenfield, Molly-207 Greenlee, William -193 Greenwood, Stephanie -63 Gregerson, Caroline -144 Gregor/, Bonnie -144 Greij, Eldon -63 Greve, Eric-107 Griffin,Patricia-63 Grady, Samantha -144 Groenendyk, Gezena -63 Groenhof, Joshua -144 Grab, Megan -107 Grooters, Barbara -63 Groothuis, Ethan -144 Gruenler, Curtis-63 Gruppen, Tania -63 Gryniewicz, Lindsey-144 Guardado, Bany -145 Guarino, Stephanie -145 Guernsey, Brandon -63 Guetzko, Sophie -145 Guillen, Darwin -145 Guldberg, Eric-145, 206 Gulker,Virgil-63 Gunnink, Jerry-63 Guzman, Alejandro -145

H Haak, Jamie -200 Haan, Kaitlin - 107 Hacker, Nicholas -145 Hackman, Jaunine - 145, 223, 226, 288 Haddad, Bethany - 145 Haddad, Dylan - 145 Haecker, Aaron - 107 Haga, John - 145, 236

Hagen, Brianne -63 Hagenbush, Catherine - 145 Hagene, Josh - 187 Hageness, Britta - 145 Hagood, Jonathan -63 Haigh, Susan -107 Hakim, Sabrina - 107 Hall, Emily - 145, 205 Hall, Laurel - 10, 145 Hall, Lindsay -25, 145 Harnes, Nicole - 107 Hamilton, Bradley - 107 Hamilton, Erin -74 Hamon Porter, Brigette -63 Hampton, Jennifer -63 Han, Choonghee -63 Hanamitsu, Rika -63 Hance, Michelle - 145, 192 Hancock, Hope - 145 Hannah, Ellen - 145 Hannay, Noelle - 145 Hannema, Caroline -63, 193 Hansen, Ed -63 Hardy, Judy -63 Harless, Alex - 183 Harlow, Abigail - 146 Harmon, Sandy -63 Harmsen, Shirley-63 Harner, Kory - 146 Harper, Emily -146 Harper, Stephanie -146 Harris, Danae -146 Harris, Serena - 146 Harrison, Andrew -247, 269 Harrison, Ian - 146, 210 Harrison, William - 146 Harron, John -146 Harrouk. Racquel -207 Hart, Wilma -63 Hartman, Kara -107 Hartsfeld, Kevin - 146 Harvey, Karen - 107 Hashemi-Rad, Kian -6, 107, 216, 221,242 Hasseld, Elizabeth -59, 146 Hatfield, Taylor - 193 Haveman, Alison -63 Haverdink, Andrew -146 Havey, Ryan -146 Hawke, Stephen - 146, 187 Hawkins, John -146, 235 Hawley, James -39, 146 Hayden, Rachel - 146 Haywood, Phil -211 Hazekamp, Lauren - 191 Hazen, Madeline -231 Hazlett, Kristin - 188, 189 Head, Sherah -146 Headley, Karalyn -85, 147 Heath, Anne -63 Hebb, Mark -63 Heberer, Christina - 107, 230 Heckaman, Chloe - 147 Hedrick, Allison - 147, 199 Heidema_, Skylar -147 Heideman, Carl -63 Heider, Brandi - 147 Heinz Housel, Teresa -63 Heinze, David -147 Helder, Jacob - 147 Helder, Joseph -32, 33, 34, 147, 216, 235 Heller, Megan - 147 Hemenway, Matt -206 Hemenway, Stephen -63, 231 Hemmeke, Brianne - 147 Henderson, Rikki - 108 Henriksen, Mark - 147 Henry, Lauren - 147

Henry, Robert - 147, 217 Henry, Victoria - 147 Herbert, Kelsey -108, 231 Herbruck, Cody -202 Herder, Stephanie - 147 Herman, Jordan - 108 Hermann, Jessie - 147 Hernandez, Connor - 16 Hernandez Jarvis, Lorna -63 Hernandez, Miriam - 147 Herrick, James -63 Herrmann, Erin - 147 Hersey, Ann - 147 Hertel, Lori -66 Hertzberg, London - 147 Herzog, Leo -66 Herzog, Morgan - 147 Hesselbein, Lynne -147 Hettinger, Katlyn - 147 Heyboer, Lane -29, 235 Hibbard, Rachel - 147 Hielkema, Jennifer - 108 Hile, Ellie- 147 Hill,Jordan - 147, 228 Hilldore, Amanda -66 Hillers, Lauren - 147, 235 Hilt,Carlee - 147 Hinojosa, Maria - 147 Hiser, Natalie -212, 213 Hledin, Maria -66 Hoag, Amy -147 Hoard, Benjamin - 148 Hobby, Ryan -148 Hodgson, Kimberly -148,

229 Hodson, Robert -66 Hoekstra, Abbie -38 Hoekstra, Daniel -148 Hoekstra, Sally-66 Hoerr, Mary -148, 288 Hoesch, Karl-66 Hoff, Payton -148, 192 Hoffman, Aimee -148 Hoffman, Allyson -9, 148, 228 Hoffman, Jon -202 Hoffman, Tim -28 Hofmeyer, Ruth -66 Holaway, Marie -205 Holder, Mikayla -148, 226, 288 Holicki, Paige -148 Hollstein, Mary -148 Holm, Steven -148 Holmes, Jack -66 Holmes, Whitney -148 Holmes, VickiLynn -66 Holmstrom, Kaitlyn-148 Holmwood, Kaitlyn-108, 219 Homkes, Austin -219, 243 Hoogendoorn, Sharon -66 Hoogerhyde, Jordan -148 Hoogerwerf, Steven -66 Hoos, Sarah Kim -66 Hoover, Thomas -66 Hopkins, Adam -66 Hopkins, Allison -148 Horak, Celia -108 Hornbach, Christina -66 Hornecker, Krystal -108 Hoshal, Brendan -108 Hosner, Kelsey -148 Houskamp, Madison -148 Howe, Rebecca -148 Hoyt, Alexandra -108, 187 Hozian, Emily -148, 235 Hroncheck, Jessica -66 Hubley, Mikayla -148 Hubley, Nicholas -80, 108

Huffman, Lauren -148 Huffman, Stephanie -204, 205 Hughes, McCaslin -260 Hughes, Morgan -66, 198 Huibregtse, Lydia - 148 Huisingh, Julie -66 Huisman, Andrew -66 Hulst, Cheryl -66 Hulst, Linda -66 Hunsberger, Hilary- 148 Hunt, Alex -210, 211 Hunt, Jake - 193 Hunter, Christine - 148, 234 Husbands, Elliott- 148 Husbands, Mark -66 Husbands, Olivia -243 Huss, Alexandra - 148 Huss, Johanna - 148 Hutchins, Nicole - 148 Hutchinson, Clare - 148 Hutchison, Alexandria - 149 Huvler, Hope -149 Hwang, Yooyeun -66

laderosa, Lara -25, 149 lannacone, Steven -66 Immink, Gerrit - 149 Immink, Olivia -149 Inman, Mary -66 Inniss, Skye -149 Ippolito, Jordan - 14, 108, 241, 250 Isasi, Emilio - 149 Ishimwe, Anysie - 149 Isola, Vicki -66 Iverson, Doug -66

J Jackson, Shawn -182, 183 Jackson, Stacy -66 Jacobs, Robert -149 Jacobsma, Hannah -39, 149, 234 Jacobsma, Kelly-66 Jaderholm, Kathryn - 149 Jaenichen, Preston - 187 Jager, Michelle - 149 Jahng, Mi -66 James, David -66 Janness, Lauren - 108 Janssen, Kelsey - 108 Japinga, Annie - 188 Japinga, Lynn -66 Jaroh, Hannah - 108, 230 Jaros, Elizabeth - 108 Jellison, Laurie -14, 149 Jenkins, Courtney - 149 Jensen, Chelsie - 149 Jeries, Brooke -235 Jiang, Hefei - 149 Jin, Se Young - 149 Jipping, Erin -188, 189 Jipping, Michael -66 Jobson, John -66 Johns, Michael - 187 Johnsen, Hannah -149 Johnson, Aaron - 108 Johnson, Abigail - 109 Johnson, Andrew -206 Index

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Johnson, Autumn -150 Johnson, Barbara -66 Johnson, Benjamin -150, 202

Johnson, Blake -150 Johnson, Cara -150, 188 Johnson, Drew -10,150, 235 Johnson, Elise-150 Johnson, Elliott-150 Johnson, Emily -150 Johnson, Erin-150 Johnson, Fred -52, 67 Johnson, Jacob -44, 109 Johnson, Jamie -150 Johnson, Jeffrey-67 Johnson, Laura -150 Johnson, Lucas -150, 235 Johnson, Maia -38, 150 Johnson, Mary -150 Johnson, Nicholas -221,248 Johnson, Rebecca -67 Johnson, Robert -67 Johnson, Ryan -150, 193 Johnson, Stacey -67 Johnson, Trygve -67 Johnston, Clarissa-150 Johnston, Deirdre -67 Jolly, Lauren -150 Jones, Blake -109 Jones, Carter -248 Jones, Katharyn -150 Jones, Nate -235, 262 Jonker, Brandon -225 Jordan, Linda -67 Josephson, Kara -150 Joyner, Shayna -150 Judge, Tessa -109 Juhl, David-151 Julison, Melanie -151 JĂźngling, Sadie -67

K Kabagabu, Rachael -14, 151, 220, 248 Kachlik, Courtney -151 Kaczynski, Kelsey -30, 95, 109 Kain, Ben -67 Kallemeyn, Sylvia -67 Kamins, Julie-151 Kaminski, Jessica -151 Kamp, Nicole -109 Kamphuis, Raechel -151 Kamstra, Jacob -206 Kamstra, Nancy -67 Karaptian, Ariana -151 Karis, Kristi-67 Kauffman, Benjamin -151, 269 Kaufmann, Anna -198 Kaur, Manvir -151 Kay, Nicole -151 Kayne, Courtney -151 Kealey, Solange -109, 262 Keen, Ivy-151 Kegerreis, Jean -67 Kegerris, Emma -151 Keinath, Olivia-109, 207 Keith,Scott -151 Kelley, Megan -198, 199 Kelley, Michelle -67 Kelly,Colin -183 Kelso, Mary -110 Kemperman, Samantha -110 Kempers, Leslie-28 Kenagy, Rob -67 282

Index

Kennedy, Cornelia -67 Kennedy, Earl-67 Kennington, Lauren -151 Kerfoot, Dylan -151 Kern, Greg -68 Kernstock, Kristen-68 Kerr, Michelle -151 Kessel,Alexandria -151 Kessel, Cassidy -151,220 Kessel, Jayne -151 Kettler,Kirsten-77, 151,235 Khacherian, Ohanes -38 Khouri, Chelsea -56, 110 Khouri, Sydney -151 Kieffer,Paul -151 Kieft, Maria -192 Kill,Emma -151 Kim, Eugene -68 Kim, Minchul -29, 34 Kim Jung, Woo -68 Kincaid, Korinne -110 Kindervater, Emily-151 Kindinger, Melissa -151 Kiner, Katelyn -151 King, Kelsey-151 Kinley, Kelsey -152, 232 Kipp, Julie-68 Kipper, Abbey -152 Kirbitz,Kellie-110 Kirk,Nora -188, 189 Kish, Kaylee -152 Klamt, Olivia -152 Klauka, Emily-198 Klaus, Jessica -152, 246 Klavas, Amanda -110, 262 Klein,Claudia -152 Kleinheksel, Cadan -152 Kleppinger, Allison-152 Klingenberg, Sarah -152 Klochko-Bull, Jean -152 Klokkert, Paul -68 Klokkert, Samantha -24, 152 Klomp, Chelsea -110, 262 Klomparens, Alexandria -110 Klopfenstein, Joel -152 Knapp, Joe -68 Knapp, John -6, 31,58, 68, 216 Knapp, Kelly-6, 58, 68 Knol, Jacob -152 Knoll, Scott -152 Knowles, Alex -152 Koberna, Tim -68 Koboski, Kyla -111 Koch, Pamela -68 Koedyker, Harvey -68 Koetje, Linda -68 Kogge, Connor -187 Kokum, Lauren -35 Kolarczyk, Rebecca -152, 220 Kolean, Lora -68 Kolean, Sarah -68 Koleczek, Faith -111 Kolker, Katelyn -152 Kollen, Janna -37 Koloian, Catherine -35, 152 Konbloa, Tarwo -186, 187 Kondo, Shinnosuke -152 Konecki, Kaila -152 Konkle, Ryan -210 Kooiker, Kathleen -152, 188 Koppenaal, Mark -152, 195 Koppin, Clare -270 Korf,James -68 Kort, Elizabeth -152 Kortman, Edwin -68 Korzetki, Dylan -71,92, 183 Kostizen, Mackenzie -111,231

Kostrzewa, Callie-152 Kouzoukas, Alexandra -111 Kowalski, Kaylee -207 Kozack, Caitlin-111 Kraay, Kevin -68 Kragt, Adam -69 Krahn, TaylorAnn -17, 152 Kramer, Emma -152 Kranz, Joshua -111,210 Kraus, Heidi -69 Krause, Ashley -152 Krause, Gretchen -152 Kreindler,Jamie -111 Kremer, Anna -152 Kreps, Dean -69, 182 Kreps, Sam -202, 203 Krieg, Christopher -152 Krieger, Kathryn -153 Krogstad, Anastasia -153, 195 Krommendyk, Haley -24, 153 Krueger, Anna -153, 188 Krueger, Brent-69 Krueger, Kelly-111 Krug, Lauren -153, 225 Krumm, Drew -111, 193 Krumm, Taylor-153, 213 Krupczak, Alice -153 Krupczak, John -69 Krzak, Eric -153 Krzak, Sarah -153 Kuiper, Daniel -153 Kuiper, Rachel -111 Kukla, Madeline -69 Kurtz,Angelica -111, 236 Kwilinski, Nick -83 Kym, Dana -153

L Labarge, Abigail -153, 228, 238 Labarge, Marty -64, 69 Lachance, Madison -153 Ladd, Susan -69 Laduke, Kristen-111 Lafata, Michael -69 Lahr, Jordan -153 Lakatos, Cory -236 Lalonde, Abigail -153 Lamb, Rachel -35, 153, 235 Lamberts, Melissa -25, 45, 153 Lambrix, Jeremy -153 Lampen, Robert -153, 267 Lamphear, Corissa -69 Landes, Perry-69 Lane, Elizabeth -153 Lane, Emily -154 Langholz, Daniel -111 Lanting, Ben -181 Laporte, Francis -154 Laporte, Joseph -69 LaReau, Melissa -198, 199 Large, Bill-69 Larink,Abbie -52 Laroche, Andrew -154 Larsen,Anne -69 Larson, Andrew -111, 193 Larson, Erik-154 Larson, Hannah -154, 192 Lau, Meghan -26, 154 Laughner, Maxfield -154 Lauritsen, Olivia -154 Laux, Courtney -188, 235

Laverty, Katlin-154, 213 Laws, Jasmine -154 Lawson, Brittany-70 Le,Andrew -69 Leahy, Natalie -213 Leche, Susanna -69 Ledbetter, Brandi -154 Ledsworth, Brooke -154 Lee, Benjamin -154 Lee, Caren -207 Lee, Jenna -154 Leep, Montana -180, 181 Lehman, Jared -201 Leikert,Kelly-21, 154 Lengacher, Katelyn -246 Lentz, Hannah -154 Leonard, Sarah -111 Leppek, Alexandra -154 Lewis, Ben -181 Lewis, Catharine -154 Lewis, Huw -69 Lewison, Mark -69 Li,Jianhua -69 Liang, Catherine -14, 220, 235 Liao,Yijun-85 Licata, Julia-154 Lightboum, Camerra -111 Lindberg, Kendra -69 Lindell, Jay -69 Lindell, Jeanne -69 Lindhout, Dana -154 Lindman, Jonathan -218 Lingenfelter, Jennifer-155 Lio,Christopher -219 Upon, Eric-201 Lithio,John -237 Littleson,Zachary -155 Littleton,Amanda -155 Litwiller,Noah -155 Liverance, Krista-69, 213 Lixey, Mimi -69 Llorens, Rebekah -112, 198 Lloyd, Melanie -155 Locke, Haleigh -155 Lockwood, Jessica -155, 188 Lockwood, Tom -69 Lohman, Courtney -155 Lohman, Megan -155 Long, Amanda -155, 259, 270 Long, Nathan -155 Long, Selina -112 Longstreet, Aubrey -155 Loper, Jessica -155, 223 Lopez, Jessica -112 Lopez, Mikar -155 Lotkhamnga, Song -69 Loubert, Nicholas -155 Loubser, Lize-71,85, 155, 234, 243 Loula, Noah -155 Lovato, Michael -44, 112 Lowry, Amanda -155 Lowry, Sarah -88, 112, 223, 234 Lucas, Andrew -155 Lucking, Elizabeth -155 Ludema, Grant -193 Ludlow, Camden -155, 202, 203 Ludwig, Thomas -69 Luedke, Krista-155 Luidens, Donald -69, 76 Lund, Bill-69 Lunderberg, David -155 Lunderberg, Jon -69 Lunderberg, Marla -69 Lundstrom, Rachel -155 Lunn, John -69

Lurvey, Kara -155 Luse, Sydney -155 Lynch, Kelsie-70, 155 Lynema, Todd -69 Lyon, Kathryn -112 Lyon, Joshua -155 Lyons, Stephanie -27, 265

M Maat, Jon -193 Maat, Pamela -69 Machiela, Dianna -69 Mackey, Jarred -155 Mackley, Rebekah -112 Maclean, Duncan -155, 193 Mader, Catherine -69 Mader, Kate -204, 205 Madison, Lauren - 112 Madison, Paris - 156 Maiullo, Stephen -72 Makowski, Zach -218 Malfroid, Larry -72 Mandujano, Izamar -156 Mange, Brennan -29 Manke, Sarah -112, 231 Mankivsky, Matthew - 112, 206 Mann, Eric -72 Manning, Jake -72 Manning, Kaitlan - 156, 219 Mantey, Katelyn -262 Marchany, Lauren -156 Marcinkus, Kyle -156, 269 Marcus, James -72 Marcus, William -72 Marietta, Andrea -72 Marinelli, Eleanor - 156 Markos, Alexander - 156 Marois, Boone -156 Marone, Tyler-156, 187 Marschke, Jacqueline -156 Marsh, Nicole -156 Martin, Emily - 156 Martin, Herb -72 Martin, Huntar -156 Martin, Meredith - 156 Martinez, Emily - 156 Martinez, Ryan -222, 234 Martinez Olmeda, Jessina -72 Mashman, Allison -72 Masiak, Aleksandra -23, 156, 288

Mason, Charles -72 Masserant, Kelsey-112, 198 Mata, Felicia-112 Mata, Stacy -156, 235 Mate, Jacob -156 Mathew, Christina -156 Matthews, Micah -112 Mattioli,Sarah -156 Mauntler, Allyson -156 Maury, Jenna -156, 212, 213 May, John -12, 156 May, Lauren -21, 156 May, Ricky-273 Maybury, Greg -72 Maybury, Kate -72 Mayer, Billy-72 Mayer, Tyler-156, 267 Mayhue, Steffon -208, 209 Mazzaro, Rachel -112, 231 McAfee, Maura -198, 199 Mcbride, Beth -72 Mccall, Christine -72

Mccammon, Joshua - 112 McCarthy, Kathleen - 156 Mcclure, Sarah -39, 156 Mccombs, Bruce -72 Mccormack, Sheri - 112, 185 Mccoy, Andrew -72 Mccoy, Hannah -88, 113, 223 Mccoy, Sarah - 12, 72 Mcdonough, Virginia -72 Mceachran, Aaron - 156 Mcfall, Ryan - 72 Mcgee, Anna - 156 McGran, Collin - 12 McGuire, Andrea -224 Mckenzie, Audrey - 156 Mckeon, Kelley -157 Mckey, Bennett - 157 Mckey, Colin - 113, 202 Mckinniss, Kjersten - 157 Mclaughlin, Alexander - 10,

157 Mclaughlin, Melissa -157 Mclellan, Lisa-157 McMahon, Corey -197 Mcmahon, John -157 Mcmanis, Anne -113 Mcmorris, David -113 Mcmorris, Katherine -157, 223 Mcnair, Molly -113 Mcnally, Lauren -157 Mcnulty, Sam -157 Mcshane, Carly-157 Mctigue, Shannon -113 Mediera, Alexa -235 Medina, Richard -38, 157 Meeker, Logan -157 Meelker, Alexis-113 Meinhard, Abigail -25, 157 Meissner, Natalie -113 Meiusi, Elizabeth -225 Mejaly, Jordan -113 Melby, Tyler-157 Mendels, Chris-72 Mendels, Kevin -72 Mendels, Kim -72 Mendizabal, Raquel -157 Mendoza, Esveide -157 Mendoza, Irene -25, 217 Menzies, Haley -157 Meraz, Marisela -157 Merchant, Rebecca -113, 262 Merges, Alyssa -157 Merrill,Sarah -158 Mertz, Maddy -190 Mesman, Baileigh -158 Mesman, Keirstyn -113 Metellus, Roudeland -32, 33, 158, 235 Metzler, Nicole -158 Meyer, Cheryl -72 Meyer, Jeremy -72 Meyer, Molly -158, 192 Meyerhuber, Matthew -158 Meyers, Andrew -72 Michalowski, Rachel -158 Michielutti,Thomas -158 Michner, Alyson -72 Middleton, Allison-158 Midlam, Gavin -187 Miedema, Connor -206 Miedema, Katie -33 Miedema, Molly-158 Miedema, Ty-206 Mila, Danielle -113 Milanowski, Stephanie -72 Miller,Barbara -72 Miller,Christine-114, 246 Miller,Christopher -158

Miller,Jenny -235 Miller,Jyne -158 Miller, Leslie-158, 217 Miller, Lyndsy -158 Miller, Morgan -158 Miller, Nicole -195 Miller,Robert -158 Miller,Rochelle -158, 232 Milliken, Matthew -114, 241 Mills,Taylor-158 Milroy, Ellen-114 Miltenberger, Brina-7,12,114, 226, 232, 265, 288 Mirabile, Nicole -40, 158 Miralda, Jean-Luc -193 Misovich, Michael -72 Mitchell,Allison-190 Mitchell, Dorothy -158 Mitchell, Elise-38 Mitchell, Katherine -72 Mitschke, Audra -159 Moir, Hilary-114 Molhoek, Mary -114 Molinaro, Dominique -159, 180, 181 Monocchio, Mitchell -159, 210 Monson, Jay -72 Monson, Kirsten-223 Montano, Jesus -72 Mooney, Baylie-159 Moore, Breanna -159 Moore, Elena -180, 181 Morales, Nathan -159, 273 Moralez, Victoria-159 Moreau, William -72 Morehouse, Brian -72, 198 Moreno, Esther-159 Moreno, Karen -38, 159 Morgan, Patrick-73 Morlock, Will-187 Morris, Isabel -114, 248 Morrison, Julian -159 Morrison, Kyle -73 Morrow, Henry -73 Morrow, Paige -159 Mosier, Colin -219 Moss, Lynn -114 Mossing, Carolyn -73 Moura, Gustavo -187 Mouw, Alex -115 Mouw, Tyler-115, 235 Muchez, Morgan -159, 188 Mucinski, Justine-159 Muenger, Mary -73 Mulcahy, Connor -115 Mulder, Chris -73 Mulder, Christina -159 Mulder, Courtney -115 Mulder, Lori-73 Mulder, Melissa -73 Mullen, Kaleigh -159, 192 Muller,Jason -186, 187 Munch, Winton -159, 181 Munoa, Phillip-73 Munoz, Joel -159 Murk, Molly -17 Murphy, Madeline -159 Murphy, Michael -273 Murphy, Sarah -159 Murray, Greg -73 Murray, Hannah -181 Murray, Leah -159 Murray, Tara -159 Murray, Trevor-159 Muskat, Allison-159 Mwee, David -115 Myers, Davidpreferred -73 Myler, April-73

N Naal, Rebecca -159 Nakajima, Andy -73 Namwezi, Catherine -159 Nastasa, Dimitrie-159 Navis, Madalyn -159 Novitsky, Daniel -159 Neace, Alyssa -159 Nees, Hailey-115 Neevel, Andrew -159 Neevel, Sara -73 Neil,Grant-95, 186, 187, 196, 197 Neil, Matthew -73, 197 Nelson, Bonnie -160 Nelson, Chris -73 Nelson, Emily-160 Nelson, Joe -73 Nelson, Maddie -188 Nelson, Nathaniel -85, 160 Nelson, Paul -160 Nelson, Steve -73 Nemeth, Roger -74 Neuert, Robin -115 Neumann, Anne -160 Nevenzel, Acacia -115 Newbound, Hanna -160 Newbound, Samantha -160 Newhof, Emily-115 Newman, Alexandra -115 Newman, Eric-160, 201 Ngo, Minh -160 Nicholes, Sam -74 Nickels, Ross -160 Niffin,Kara -207 Nikkei,Christian -160 Nordell Pearson, Karen -74 Nordmoe, Paul -115 Norris,Amy -74 North, Nicholas -160, 220 Northuis, Klare -192 Northuis, Mark -74, 184, 185 Norton, Malcolm -115 Nottoli,Adam -160 Nowicki, Danielle -160 Nunez-Aguado, Baltazar160 Nunghe, Fononyamba -160 Nurenberg, Erica -160, 229 Nutt, Jill-74 Nyberg, Ian -269 Nyboer, Terry-74 Nyenhuis, Jacob -74 Nykamp, Chloe -160

O O'brien, Kelsey -115, 253 O'brien, Mitchell-160 O'connor, Emilie-160, 224 O'connor, Esther-9, 32, 160 O'connor, Laura -160 O'leary, Lindsay -160 Obrien, David -74 Obrien, Drew -200, 201 Obrien, Patricia-74 Ochoa, Gerardo -80, 115 Ockenfels, Emily -160 Ohnsorg, Monica -160, 225 Index

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Oken, Tiffany-160, 236 Olesh, Carrie -74 Olesh, Stefanie -43 Olgers, David -160 Olgers, Greg -74 Oliver, Emily-160, 207 Olsen, Hanna -160 Olson, Amy -188 Olson, Kevin -115, 210 Orel,Alexandra -161 Orlando, Miranda -115 Ortiz,Jared -74 Ortiz,Xavier -161 Osantowske, Tyler-161 Osborn, Jon -74 Osborne, Kathryn -161 Osterink, Parker-206 Ostrander, Jordan -161 Otis Degrau, Amy -74 Otteman, Christian -161, 193 Otteman, Sabina -74 Otter, Kelsey-161 Otto, Sam -197 Ouellette, Sloan -161 Overbeek, Holli-74 Owen, Katelyn -161 Oxendine, Anne -161,232

p Pabst, Claire-161 Padilla,Alan -221 Page, Emma -212, 213 Pagkanlungan, Emmanuel 116 Painter, Morgan -161 Palmer, Kathryn -116 Palmer, Kimberly -13, 161 Palomino, Amanda -50, 116 Pannapacker, William -50, 74 Panning, Eve -161 Panning, Josiah -24 Panzer, Jon -202 Papa, Sydney -161 Paparelli,Ann Marie -14 Pardo, Laura -75 Parisi, Matthew -161 Park,Audrey -161 Park,Sehyun -161 Parker, Carly -161 Parker, Kendra -75 Patchin, Benjamin -161 Paternoster, Sarah -88, 116, 223 Patil,Pravin -75 Patnot, Heather -236 Patnott, John -75, 192 Patton, Shayla -116 Paul, Dave -267 Pavlock, Rebecca -43, 162 Payne, Adam -62 Payne, Chelsea -229 Payne, Kelsey-162 Peabody, Henry -202 Pearson, Ben -210, 211 Pearson, Jane -208, 209 Pearson, Mark -75 Pearson, Paul -75 Peaslee, Graham -75 Peckens, Courtney -75 Pederson, Samuel -184 Peecher, Andrew -82 Pellow, Lance -75 Pelter, Charlyn -162 Pelyhes, Matthew -162 284

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Pendrey, Amanda -70 Peprah, Kelvin -116 Perecki, Hailey -116 Perez, Richard -75 Perez Rodriguez, lliani-162 Perkins,Alexander -193 Perkins, Elizabeth -162, 198 Perroud, Kayla -162, 235 Peschiera, Pablo -75 Pestun, Jeff-75 Peterson, Camryn -162 Peterson, Jonathan -75 Peterson, Sarah -9, 162 Petit,Jeanne -75 Petzak, Brooke -162 Pfau, Amy -162 Phan, Giang -162 Philip, Molly-162 Phillips, Becca -213 Phillips,David -75 Phillips,Justin-162 Phillips,Ryan -116 Phipps, Erik-162 Piers,Jim -75 Pietrangelo, Michael -116 Piippo, Richard -75, 76, 252 Pikaart, Michael -75 Pilon,Olivia-162 Pimmler, Katherine -27, 162 Pinkham, Janet -75 Piper,Alexandra -162 Pitchford, Katherine -85, 116 Pittman, Katherine -162 Plaehn, Eric-162, 210 Plaep, Gabrielle -163, 223 Ploch, Caitlin -116 Plowman, Jackie -163 Pniewski, Katherine -9, 163 Pocock, Rob -75 Poe, Justine -163, 226, 288 Poest, Chelsea -116 Poest, Shelby -163 Polanco, Natalie -163 Polasek, Katharine -75 Polet,Jeff-75 Polet,Stephanie -163, 192 Polik,William -75 Pollack, Jennifer-163, 262 Pollins,Carly-163 Ponstein, Payton -163 Poon, Samantha -163 Porte, David -186, 187 Porter, Brian -75 Portfleet, Dianne -65, 75 Post, Laurel -163 Postema, Ashtyn -163 Potgiesser, Faith -28, 33, 163 Potter, Hannah -163 Pouliot, Mikayla -163, 218 Powe, Lynne -75 Powell, Andrea -180, 181 Powell, Julie-75 Powers, Christine -75 Powers, Julie-116 Pratt,Cameron -8, 17, 238 Pratt, Hannah -116 Price, Nate -75 Prieskorn, Daniel -8 Prince, Ashley -163 Prince, Lauren -163 Prine, Erika-198 Prins,Amber -163 Prins,Audrey -163 Pritchard, Shaylyn -116 Prokopow, Tahnee -59, 75 Prokott, Taylor-163 Pshock, Rachael -163, 223 Pulido, Destini-163

Ridlen, Linnea -207 Riemer, Haley -164 Riggen, Elijah-164 Riggen, Jackson -210 Riley,Alexandra -164 Ringel, Elizabeth -164 Ringel, Matthew -117 Rios,Santiago -164 Ritsema, Ashley -164 Ritsema, Christina-78 Rivers,Alexis-Simone -71, Qualls, Paige -38, 163 164 Quick, Colleen -117 Roberts, Christian -164, 235 Quinnell, Teagan -246 Robertson, Adalee -212, 213 Quist, Deone -75 Robey, Patrick-117 Robins, Daina -78 Robitaille,Andrew -225, 238 Roblyer, Austin -117 Robrahn, Rebecca -78 Rodammer, Jourdan -164 Roddy, Colleen -164 Roden, Heather -78 Rabbai, Taylor-163, 270 Roden, Jon -78 Rachor, Noah -32, 163 Rodgers, Evan -165, 224 Rachor, Steven -32 Rodriguez, Christopher -74, Rae, Kyle -163 165, 248 Regains, Amanda -163 Rodriguez, Jazmin -165 Ralston, Kate -75 Rodriguez, Jose -165 Ramirez, Miguel -187 Roegner, Brianna -165 Ramos Kendall, Margo -75 Reeling, Patricia -78 Randel, Julia-75 Roelofs, Lynn -78 Rankine, Patrice -75 Roeschlein, Michelle -165 Ranville, Jenelle -117 Rogalski, Jamie -165, 190 Rasasak, Moy -78 Rogers, Bethany -165 Ratliff,Sarah -163 Rogers, Daryn -78 Ray, Carol -78 Rogers, Grace -165 Ray, Jessica -246 Rogers, James -7, 118, 184, Raycraft, Nicklas -164, 206 208 Reader, Mallory -164 Rogers, Stephanie -118, 207 Rebhan, Rachel -188 Rohrman, Lucas -165 Rebhan, Taylor-53 Rohwer, Emily-165 Rechenbach-Chapman, Rolain, Matthew -80, 165 Lauren -164 Rolain, Sarah -118 Recknagel, Paige -164 Rommel, Nathaniel -193 Redeker, Bethany -164, 223 Ronayne, Meghan -165 Redeker, Jonathan -117 Root, Jerry-78 Reeg, Abby-78 Root, Jessica -78 Reeg, Elizabeth -164, 224 Root, Justyn -165 Reeve, Ruth -164 Root, Katherine -118 Reilly,Sean -78 Root, Luna Lindsey -78 Reinbrecht, Tatiana -164, Ropski, Emma -209 192, 193 Rose, Austin-165 Reitsma, Mitchell -164, 210 Rose, Chloe -118 Remenschneider, Man/ -78 Rose, Mary -165 Remillard, Stephen -78 Rosema, Lisa-21, 24, 165 Rendon, Jarol -164 Rosendahl, Kristi-78 Renner, Tom -67, 78 Rosenthal, Rachel -165 Restum, Ryan -201 Roskamp, Elizabeth -41, Reyes, Marcus -164 165 Reynolds, Doug -273 Roth, Miriam -165 Reynolds, Elizabeth -74, 164, Rowan, Lisa-166 265 Rowland, Olivia-243 Reynolds, Geoffrey -78 Rozeboom, Pauline -78 Reynolds, William -78 Rozema, Daniel -42, 166 Rhine, Joy -164 Rozema, Jacob -118 Rhodes, Alison -164 Rudins, Marcy -6, 35, 118, 221 Rhodes, Erin-235 Rudnicki, Samantha -166 Rice, Andrew -164 Rügen, Evan -34, 118 Rice, Gillian-164 Ruiter,John -78 Richards, Bryce -164 Ruiz, Nicole -166 Richards, Jesse -117 Rumpsa, Josh -78 Richardson, Brandon -7 Rush, Karleigh -166 Richardson, Brandon -164 Rushton, Samantha -119 Richardson, Matthew -78 Russner, Bill-78 Richardson, Nicholas -164 Ruszel, Sarah -119 Richert, Katherine -117 Richmond, Brad -18, 78, 250, 251 Ryan, Erika-166 Ryan, Joshua -166 Ricketts, Michael -78 Ryan, Madeleine -12 Riddell, Elise-164 Ryan, Terah -43, 166 Ridl,Jack -78

Puma, Myra -116 Pumfrey, Danielle -236 Putzig, Bret-163 Putzke, Aaron -75

Q

R

Ryde, Delaney -166 Ryden, David -78

S Sabin, Lydia -166 Sabo, Cindy -78 Sabourin, Katie-207 Sadogierski, Heather -166 Salas, Dalila-166 Salisbury,Alexis-166 Salisbury, Kim -78 Sail,Micah -166, 193 Salomon, Emily -166 Sanchez, Claudia -166 Sanchez, Ivan -166 Sanchez, Sara -246 Sanchez-Gonzalez, Regina 166, 232, 247 Sander, Zachary -119, 236 Sanders, Abigail -243 Sanders, Clayton -206 Sanders, Reid -119 Sanderson, Debbie -78 Sandgren, Matthew -38, 167 Sanford, Elizabeth -78 Sapkota, Shubham -167, 260 Sapyta, David -237 Sarabia, Crystal -167 Sarosiek, Christina -167, 223, 234 Sauer, Katherine -9, 167, 228 Sayer, Christina -167 Schaap, Alexandra -167 Schaap, Zachary -167 Schab, Samantha -167 Schad, Keirsten -78 Schaefers, Devin -210 Schafer, Ryan -219 Schairer, Cheryl -78 Schäkel, Peter-79 Schanhals, Michael -79, 206 Schantz, Alison -79 Schekman, Joel -79 Schierbeek, Joseph -167 Schierbeek, Sue -79 Schipper, Benjamin -167 Schipper, Cara -167 Schippers, James -119 Schlenker, Erika-82, 167 Schmall, Bethany -119, 192 Schmidt, Becky -79, 191 Schmidt, Courtney -188 Schmidt, Gwenda -79 Schmidt, Laura -167 Schneider, Kayleigh -119 Schneider, Lori-79 Schnell, Allyson -167 Schoenberger, Claire -167 Schofield, Michael -119, 206 Schölten, Amy -79 Schölten, Jordan -198 Schoolmaster, Marietta -7 Schoon Tanis, Kathryn -79 Schoontanis, Gretchen -79 Schoonveld, Tim -79 Schopp, Lee -79 Schowalter, Matthew -167 Schowaiter, Megan -243 Schrampfer, Marie -18,19, 167 Schrems, Brian -167 Schubert, Alicia -19, 167 Schubkegel, Elizabeth -253

Schuiling, Sarah -167 Schuitema, Nathaniel -9, 167 Schuiteman, Maxwell -167 Schukas, Grace -167 Schultz, Hayley -231 Schultz, Heather -79 Schultz, Sierra-167, 216, 218, 226, 249, 288 Schultz, Tessa -167, 218, 226, 288 Schulz, Hannah -167, 217 Schuman, Julia-167 Schumborg, Mackenzie 167, 207 Schwan, Melissa -167 Scott,Amanda -168 Scott,Jessica -168 Scott,Justin -168 Scott, Madeline -168 Scott-Dettl,Todd -119 Sears, Leigh -79, 188 Seeburger, Delaney -41, 168 Seidel, Meredith -168 Seidu, Asia -168 Seijo,Justin-168, 273 Seto, Christopher -168 Settecerri,Andrew -168 Setteducate, Mary -168 Seymour, Kara -262 Seymour, Michael -79 Shaffer, Stefan -260 Shanklin, Kathryn -37, 168 Shannon, Luke -168 Sharkey, Ann -79 Shaughnessy, John -79 Shaughnessy, Paula -80 Shaw, Sonya -168 Shea, Cheryl -80 Sheldon, Jody -80 Shelton, Michael -168 Shepherd, Amanda -168 Sheridan, Jaime -80 Sheridan, Sarah -168, 192 Sherman, Joy -168 Sherwood, Lindsay-168 Shew, Abigail -168, 234 Shih, Lingling -80 Shima, Erika-14, 268 Shin, Caren -168 Shumaker, Louise -80 Sicard, Andrew -168 Siegle, Clayton -34, 168, 229 Sikkenga, Logan -187 Silletti,Alyssa -119 Silva,Luis-80 Silver,Michael -80 Simko, Stephanie -168 Simmons, Allison-168 Simmons, Emily -168 Simon, Timothy -168, 249 Simpson, Erica -168, 236 Singer, Kevin -80 Sitterley, Elizabeth -168, 213 Skaff, Erick-168, 193 Skatrud, Olivia-41, 169 Skinner, Kaleb -201 Skowronek, Ryan -169 Slaughter, Gloria -80 Slechta, Natalie -119 Slesinski,Julia -119, 185 Slette,Andreas -187 Slette, Stein -31,80 Sloan, Alex -238 Sloan, Jamie -13, 119 Slopsema, Julia -29, 35 Slotman, Kristen -119, 198 Slotman, Rachel -27, 92, 119

Smith, Abigail -169 Smith, Abigail Ivy-38, 169 Smith, Alexis-73, 169, 218 Smith, Andrew -169 Smith, Ashleigh -169 Smith, Ashley -119 Smith, Austin -169 Smith, Benjamin -71 Smith, Cheryl -80 Smith, Connor -269 Smith, Cullen -169 Smith, Emily-120, 235 Smith, Emily-209 Smith, Jane -80 Smith, Jeffrey-169 Smith, Jo Hannah -80 Smith, Joe -41 Smith, Katherine -169 Smith, Mallory-31,65, 205 Smith, Matthew -80 Smith, Mindy -80 Smith, Nancy -80 Smith, Richard K -80 Smith, Richard L-81 Smith, Sally-81 Smith, Stephanie -38, 81 Smith, Steven -81, 187 Smith, Thomas -81 Smith, Traci -81 Smith, Tyra -169 Smoker, Elizabeth -169 Snider, Shelbey -169 Snow, Therese -169 Snyder, Anna -169 Snyder, Tara -88, 120 Sobieski, Julie-12, 212, 213 Solberg, Marvin -234 Solomon, Daria -169 Solomon, Kris-81 Solosky, Lauren -80, 120 Soltysiak, Hannah -169 Sommerville, Jan -81 Sooy, Julie-81 Southard, Gabe -81,252 Southard, Sarah -81 Sova, Donna -81 Spahn, Hannah -120, 223 Spaulding, Tyler-170 Speet, Mary -81 Spielvogel, Christian -81 Sportel, Jordan -170 Sscheerhorn, Mary -81 Stack, John -224 Staffa, Elizabeth -170 Stafford, Greg -81, 180 Stafford, Jacob -230 Stagl, Meghan -120 Stabler,Alexandra -170 Stamas, Hope -170 Stambek, Timothy -170 Standiford, Adam -170 Stanicek, Sarah -170 Stark, Matthew -170 Starks, Sam -187 Statema, Christy-81 Stauffer,Amy -120 Stauffer, Shelley -81 Stebbins, Amelia -170 Steed, Sarah -12 Steele, Miranda -170 Steen, Todd -81 Steenwyk, Elizabeth -81 Steinfeldt, Chelsea -170 Steinman, Jamie -170 Stelk,Corey -170, 186, 187 Stenger, Bridget -170 Stephenson, Darin -81 Stephenson, Mandy -81

Stepho, Amanda -170 Sterkenburg, Samantha -170 Stevens, Samantha -170 Stevenson, Kaysee -170 Stevenson, Samantha -170 Stewart, Christopher-120 Stewart, Emma -228 Stewart, Joanne -81 Stiefel, Brianna -171 Stinson, Steven -171 Stock, Julia-171 Stockinger, Pamela -81 Stoel,Cathy -81 Stout,Samuel -171 Stover, Stephanie -19, 171, 180, 181 Stradal, Alex -194 Streeter,Travis-81 Strickland, Melanie -171 Strouf, Linda -81 Stubenrauch, Laurie -207 Stuckey, Peter -206 Stuive,Cody -171, 197 Stuk,Andi-171 Stukey, Joseph -81 Sturtevant, Deborah -81 Sudberry, Kamera -198, 199 Sullivan, Daniel -171, 193 Sullivan, Katherine -81 Sumner, Elizabeth -171 Supanich, Katherine -171 Sutherin, Laurel-13, 171, 288 Sutton, Jenna -120 Svendson, Emily-171 Swain, Alex -38 Swanson, Debra -81 Swanson, Todd -81 Swartout, Kim -81 Swierenga, Robert -81 SwiftBird, Kenneth -171 Swiftney, Jonathan -120 Synder, Camille -13 Szantner, Garret -81 Szatkowski, Jena -73, 81 Szymczak, Hanna -85, 171

T Talaga, Steve -84 Tollman, Matthew -234, 236 Tally,Claire -14, 171,216, 220 Tally,Elizabeth -171 Talsma, Bryce -171 Tammi, John -55, 76, 84 Tan, Regina -171 Tanck, Catherine -120, 246 Tank, Doreen -84 Tans, Lucas -171 Tapia, Maria -84 Tasma, Sandy -84 Taylor, Gloria -84 Taylor, Madeline -171 Taylor, Rachel -171 Taylor, Randy -84 Taylor, Sarah -120, 236 Teaford, James -120, 260 Teahan, Andrew -171,273 Teal, Laura -171 Teater, Jenna -84 Telzerow, Evan -181 Tenhaken, Vicki-64, 84 Tenhoeve, Cailyn -171,270 Terhaar, Cheryl -84 Terrell,Christian -171 Index

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Thayer, Dean -84 Theiling, Molly -120 Thelen, Jennifer -188 Theros, Erica -171 Thoman, Sarah -171 Thomas, Abigail -172 Thomas, Currey- 210 Thomas, Jeremy -171 Thomas, Michael -171,210 Thomas, Miriam -172 Thomas, Reinie -172 Thompson, Alexis-38, 191 Thompson, Elyse -120 Thompson, Eric-120 Thompson, Holly-172, 235 Thompson, Rodger -182 • Thomson, Alec -172 Thorpe, Taylor-172 Tiemeyer, Ashley -229 Tighe, Meghanne -172, 216 Tilden, Jonathan -172 Timmerman, Lindsay-53 Tippett, Christopher-172, 202 Toia, Travis-273 Tomaszewski, Logan -172 Tomes, Amanda -172 Tommola, Craig -84 Toner, Brigid-120 Tongue, Abby-172 Tooley, Katelyn -262 Toppen, Joel -84 Toren, Caroline -172 Toren, Craig -121 Torres, Katelyn -172 Torres,Vanessa -172 Totsch, Bridget-172, 244 Towns, Bailey-172 Townsend, Amelia -6 Troger, Emma -172 Trapani, Taylor-207 Traversa, Amanda -172, 198 Travis,Scott -84 Traynor, Eric-121 Trembley, Beth -84 TrentBrown, Sonja -30, 84 Trentadue, Kathryn -172 Tresh,Tom -210 Trethewey, Lori-84 Trier,Michael -193 Trierweiler, Katherine -172 Trimble, Melanie -172 Trivax, Claire-172 Trujillo,Jill-84 Tseng, Gloria -84 Tuck, Jonathan -172 Tuinier, Courtney -172 Turkus,Jonathan -121 Turner, Shannon -172 Tustin, Maxwell -9, 172 Tweed, Hannah -172 Twitty,Jack -172, 210 Tyler,Jeff -84

U Uhrig, Lauren -234 Ulmer, Miranda -172, 243 Underhill, Kristin-84 Underhill,Victoria -173 Underwood, Brandon -187 Unterbrink, Elizabeth -121 Urban, Allison-173 Urban, Ashley -173 Urbanick, Travis-173 286

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v Vachon, Daniel -173 Vachon, Eric-210, 211 Vacik, Olivia-213 Valdez, Andrew -220 Valdez, Corey -84 Valesano, Andrew -173 Valkema, Annie -84 Valkema, Pamela -84 Van, Eric-273 Van Andel, Kyle -225 Van Dyk, Kali-92, 121 Van Dyk, Jaclyn -173 Van Es,Jennifer-173 Van Eyl,Anikka -173 Van Gorp, Benjamin -40, 173 Van Hecke, Maribeth -173, 223 Van Heusden, Madeline 173 Van Hulle,Sydney -173 Van Liew, Johanna -121 Van Reenen, Jonathan -173 Van Valkenburg, Bradley 173 Van Wieren, Annika -173 Van Wieren, Ty-173, 210 VanArendonk, Nate -196, 197 Vanark, Dawn -84 Vance, Katharine -84 Vance, Nathan -173 VandeBunte, Anna -190 Vandebunte, Joshua -173 Vandehoef, Mary -29, 84, 213 Vandemark, Connie -84 Vandenberg, Barbara -84 VandenBosch, Casie -188 Vandenburgh, Katherine -121 Vandenend, Michelle -84 VanDePerre, Ethan -273 Vander Loan, Trevor-174 Vender Ploeg, Adam -174, 206 Vander Stel, Holly-121 Vander Yacht, Samantha 174 Vander Zouwen, Ellyn-18, 174 Vanderberg, Melyn -84 Vanderbilt, Bill-84 Vanderbosch, Brigid-235 Vanderklok, Jason -269 Vandermolen, Josie -174 Vanderstoep, Amy -174, 190 Vanderstoep, Jill-84 Vanderstoep, Scott -84 Vanderveen, Hana -174 Vanderveen, Steve -84 Vanderveld, Allison-122, 262 Vandervliet, Mary Barbara -84 VanderWeele, Brady -210, 211 Vanderwel, Dave -85 Vanderyacht, Gordon -85 Vanderzee, Suzanne -85 Vanderzwaag, Connie -85 Vanderzwaag, Katie -174 Vandixhorn, Alison -174 Vandoorne, David -85 Vanduinen, Deborah -85 Vandussen, Rhonda -85 Vandyke, Kristen -85 Vandyken, Doug -85 Vandyken, Emily-174

Vaneerden, Kyle-85 Vaneyl-Godin, Daniel -122 Vanhaitsma, Grace -85 Vanheest, C James -85 Vanheukelom, Bob -85 Vanlente, Michael -85 Vanoss, Laura -70, 174 Vanoss, Stephanie -85 Vanportfliet,Troy-174, 192, 193 Vanslooten, Rebekah -174 Vantil, Kent -85 Vantongeren, Daryl -85 Vanwerden, Alyssa -174 Vanwyk, Zachary -174 Vanzanten, Brian -85 VanZytveld, Matthew -186, 187 Varnhagen, Elizabeth -174 Vartabedian, Elizabeth -174 Vasilic, Nikolai-174 Veazey, Joshua -86 Veenbaas, Emily-174 Veenstra, Cory -225 Veenstra, Darlene -86 Velazquez, Jose -86 Veldman, Roger -86 Velthouse, Whitney -174 Velthuis, Chelsea -30 Verduin, Kathleen -86 Verduin, Wiliam -175 Verna, Brandon -235 Verschueren, Jacob -175, 220 Vessells, Daniel -175 Villanueva, Edwin -122 Vincensi, Barbara -86 Vincent, Ariel-175, 236 Vlasak, Ashley -175 Vlisides,Jessica -175 Vogelzang, Cynthia -86 Volkers, Susan -86 Volkmann, Olivia -33 Voskuil,Anna -175 Voskuil,Vicki-86 Voss, Lisa-86 Votto, Taylor-122 Vredeveld, Kelsey-175 Vredevoogd, Aimie -86 Vruggink, Gary -86 Vu, Hoang -267 Vuong, Minh -175

W Wade, Lauren -70, 122 Wade, Randall -175, 243 Waechter, Christopher -193 Wagoner, Trevor-175, 193 Walblay, Kelly-216 Waldvogel Warren, Martha -86 Walker, Emily -229 Waller, Jensine -175 Walsh, Rosemary -14, 221 Walter, Patricia-86 Waltersdorf, Steve -210 Walton, Tyson -175 Wang, Liping -175 Wang, Qian -175 Waning, Bridgette -175 Ward, Craig -273 Warner, Derek -122, 273 Warmer, Jake -269 Waterstone, Kathy -86 Watkins, Lindsay -175 Watson, Cole -175, 249 Watson, Jorgie -192

Watts,Alexandria -175 Weatherspoon, Ashley -175 Weaver, Morgan -222 Weaver, Parker -175 Webb, Alexandra -175, 207 Webb, Matthew -175 Weber, Emily-192 Weber, Zachary -175, 206 Webster, Allison-122 Webster, Allyson -265 Webster, Ethan -175 Webster, Katelyn -175 Weeber, Barbara -86 Weeda, Jane -86 Weeldreyer, Karsten -175 Weiss, Matthew -175 Wells, Peyton-212, 213 Wennersten, Christine -86 Werkema, Chloe -175 Werley, Austin -273 Wermuth, Carolyn -122, 248 Werner, Courtney -87 Wesselink, Paul -87 West, Brayden -187 West, Elizabeth Oswalt -87 Wettack, Sheldon -87 Weygandt, Rebecca -123 White, Catie -208 White, Jessica -175 White, Rachel -176 White, Ryan -87 Whitehead, Colin -77, 176 Whitman, Ross -176, 269 Whitmore, Nicole -123 Whitmore, Rachael -123 Wickstrom, Kendall -176 Widing, Preston -123 Wiebe, Todd -87 Wiederhold, Lindsay-176, 192 Wierenga, Holly-176 Wielenga, Sara -15, 18, 35, 221 Wiersma, Margie -87 Wierzbicki, Blaine-23, 42, 176 Wierzbicki, Joseph -123 Wierzbicki, Kasey -14, 15, 213, 220 Wieskamp, Sarah -123 Wiesner, Grace -176 Wilcox, Kyrian -176 Wilczak, Susan -87 Wiles, Lucas -59, 176, 244 Wilhelm, Abby -14, 220, 247 Williams, Gabriella -221 Williams, Kendra -87 Williams, Kiara -176 Williams, Sutton -225 Wilson, Boyd -87 Wilson, Mary -87 Wilson, Michael -87 Wilson, Morgan -176 Wingate, Jacob -87 Winkelman, Karina -36, 176 Winkler, Karissa -176 Winnett Murray, Kathy -87 Winter, Nathan -62, 176 Winter, William -176, 206 Winther, Mary -123, 226, 288 Wisneski, Breanna -176, 221 Wisniewski, Luke -11 Witkowski, Kris-87 Witkowski, Meghan -87 Wittlief,Cryssanne -176 Witulski,Jana -33, 176 Witvliet,Charlotte -87 Wohlfert, Katelynn -176 Wolfe, Jennifer -87 Wolff, Carter -267

Wolter, Rajean -87 Wolters, Brooke -176, 248 Wolters, Chad -87 Wolters, Rajean -87 Wolthuis, Hannah -176 Wonch, Kevin -50, 195 Wong, Janna -123 Woodberry, Natalie -123 Woodstock, Abbey -176 Wooley, Wes -87 Woolsey, Daniel -87 Wormmeester, Zach -206 Woudenberg, Jacqueline -123 Wright, Matt -176 Wright,Wesley -176 Wubben, Alexandria -176, 229 Wunder, Markus -87 Wyant, Logan -176

X Xayasane, Loikham -87

Y Yamoah, Afia -87 Yang, Elijah-176, 193 Yankoviak_Fr, llena -176 Ye, Ziyu -176 Yelding, John -87 Yerks,Jennifer-123, 223 Yetzke, Angie -87 Yewah, Raisa -188, 189 Yockey, Sara -177 Yoder, Mason -177, 234 Yoder, Whitney -123 Yonker, Cinda -87 Yost, Brian -87 Young, Emily-123 Yurk, Brian -87

z Zahari, Tom -248 Zamorano, Veronica -177 Zandbergen, Zachary -177 Zdun, Stephanie -87 Zerbel, Hannah -177 Zessin,Jan -87 Zhang, Tiffany-177 Zhao, Christine -177 Zielinski,Sarah -35 Zimmerman, Ethan -177 Zita,Jeff-193 Zoeller, Shelby -177 Zoller, Emily -177 Zorn, Sean -177, 238 Zucker, Theodora -17, 177 Zuiderveen, Abbie -27, 177 Zwintscher, Blake -177 Zyck, Joey -187, 235

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