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This y e a r at H o p e College m a r k s the 1 5 0 t h a n n i v e r s a r y of the school's existence. It is for this reason that the 2 0 1 5 / 2 0 1 6 Milestone Staff chose to e m b o d y the rich history of H o p e College a n d it’s c o m m u n i t y through a m i x t u r e of both past a n d present H o p e m o m e n t s , w h i c h h a v e defined the college for the past 1 5 0 years. T h e goal of this book is to e m b r a c e the past, cherish the present a n d look forward to the exciting future of the H o p e College c o m m u n i t y . [1 S O T H r o w b a c k s l



K o d y Alber

Zachary B o e r s e m a 6

Seniors

A u t u m n Anderson

Kyle Anderson

Ethan Beswick

Trevor Billinghurst

Jacob B o e r s m a

Justin B o u m a

James Ankenman

R y a n Boxeth

Emily Au s e

Elizabeth Bransdorfer Seniors

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Mikaela Brinks

Z o e Caltrider

Abigale Cassella

V a n e s s a Brockhouse

Chelsea Chamberlain

Sadina Brott

Jacob Chipka

Luke Brower

T a e H y u n Choi

Lindsey Davidson

Brett D a w s e y

D e a n Devries

Gavin Donley

Jordan D e n n e n

Taylor Dever

Abigail E m e r s o n

Brittany Engbers

Mallory D y e

Austin Elluru

Seniors

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Jillian G a s s e n

Stephen Gerger

M a r y Gipson

Nicholas Glowacki

K e e g a n Goalen

Jesse Ickes

Spencer lobe

Alexander Issa

Ji-yoon Jeon

Michael Johns

H a n n a h Johnsen

Emily Joosse

Courtney Kachlik

Jordan Kalsbeek

Aoi K a m b e

R y a n Konkle

Callie Kostrzewa

A n n a Kre mer

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S a m a n t h a Grody

Elyse Gryniewicz

Serena Harris

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Sherah H e a d Seniors

John H e l m

Noelle H a n n a y

S a m u e l Hansel

Alex Harless

Raechel Ka m p h u i s

Sarah Harvin

Lauren H a z e k a m p

Kristin Hazlett

Jayne Kessel

Katlyn Hettinger

Mat thew H u g h e s

S a m a n t h a Klokkert

Matthew Kroll Seniors

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A n n a Krueger

Jos hua Kurchinski

H a n n a h Larson

Katlin Laverty

Francesco M o e n

Kirsten M o n s o n

Kaleigh Mullen

Mollie Murk

S e a n Mur phy

Kaitlan Manning

Leah Murray

Tara Murray

Taylor M y e r

Dimitrie Nastasa

M e g a n Nowicki

Tyler M a r o n e

Monica Ohn sorg

David Olgers

Emily Oliver

Parker Osterink

Kelsey Otter

C a m e r o n Pratt

Taylor Prokott

Miguel Ramirez

Mitchell Reitsma

Colin Ren sch Seniors

Esveide M e n d o z a

Dorothy Mitchell

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Dulce R e y e s

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Elizabeth Ringel

Brianna Roe gner

Grace S c h u k a s

Mackenzie S c h u m b o r g

A m a n d a Scott

Jessica Scott

Madeline Scott

Sarah Sheridan Seniors

Abigail S h e w

Elizabeth Sitterley

Charles Sieder

S. Andreas Slette

A n n a Snyder

Chelsea Steinfeldt

A m a n d a Stepho

Julia Stock

Laurel Sutherin

Hanna Szymczak

Brandon Tarallo

Cailyn T e n h o e v e

Abigail T h o m a s

Caroline Toren

Ariel Vincent

Victoria Walton

Liping W a n g

Shaomeng Wan g

Kyrian Wilcox Seniors

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Samantha A d a m s

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Cindy Alexander

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Ev a n Altman

Rachel Barbutti

Jackson Batts

M e g a n Bauer

Madelyn Bellew

Jon Chiczewski

Daniel Clark

Michael C o m b s

T h o m a s Conerty

Nancy Benda

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Kristin Anderson

Leland C o o k

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Kristoffer Cuesta

Natalie Curry

Michael Custer

Kelly Daniel

Kimberly Deglopper

Alexandra Dejongh

Rachel Demarigny

A Kendall Dice

John D o o d

Stanna Dorn

A m a n d a Dort

Margaret Dickinson

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Paige Courts

Anna D o w

Sarah D o w n i n g

Abigail Duran

Stephanie Eiler

G u n n a r Elder

Katrina Ellis

Elizabeth Ensink

Xiao Y u Fa n g

Marie Fata

Sarah Fazio

Sarah Feldpausch

Natalie Fulk

Kirk Gibson

S h a n n o n Gill

S e a n Gitter

Dion Goliday

Lindsay Hall

E m m a Hardy

R e b e c c a Harrity

John Hawkins

Aaron H a z e n

Richard Edw ards

Juniors

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Allison Hedrick

David Heinze

A m i e Hixon

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Juniors

Erin He r r m a n n

Lan don Hertzberg

Karl Heusinkveld

Eric Krzak

Dana K y m

Emily Larkin

Jacob Lazar

Elizabeth Lindquist

Aaron Hoyle

Emily Hozian

Alexandria Hutchison

Alexander Lindsey

Jessica L o c k w o o d

A n d r e w Lucas

David Lunderberg

Meredith Martin

Jeffrey M a s a r

Richard M a y

Aaron M c e achr an

Katherine Mcmorris

Richard Medina

Molly M e y e r

Allison Middleton

Molly M i e d e m a

H o p e Huvler

Jacob Jansen

Maia Joh nson

A n n a Jones

Emily Kain

Rachel K e n n e d y

Cassidy Kessel

Tyler Kirchoff

Joel Klopfenstein

Alexandra Knorp

Kathleen Kooiker

Ian Koziatek

S a m u e l Kreps

Christopher Krieg

Kathryn Krieger

Saori Miyata

Bre anna M o o r e

Alyssa N e a c e

Juniors

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Laura O'Connor

Aaron O'M eara

Tiffany O k e n

Benjamin Pederson

Elizabeth Perkins

Rachel Peterson

Eric Plaehn

Laurel Post

M e g a n Powell

Sarah Rexford

Caroline Ritter

Daniel R u s h

Karleigh R u s h

Dominic Paliani

Audrey Park

Sierra Schultz

Justin Scott

Sonya S h a w

A n d r e w Sicard

Maxwell Sievers

Justin Phillips

Stephanie Sim ko

Abigail Smith

Daria S o l o m o n

Hope Stamas

Miranda Steele

Lauren R e c h e n - C h a p m a n

Hayley Reitsma

Michael Stephan

M e g a n Sterba

Jared R o p p

Lisa R o s e m a

Lisa R o w a n

Reinie T h o m a s

Alexis T h o m p s o n

Nicholas S a l o m o n

Clayton Sanders

Julia Toren

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Blair Vanderkin

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Juniors

Gabriela V a z q u e z

David Veasley

Adam Walma

Tyson Walton

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Christiane Abiragi

Rachel Alfond

Jonathan Alvaro

Laura Anderson

Rachel Anderson

Stephanie Arndt

Madeleine Aus term ann

Michelle Austin

Taylor Bailey

Sophomores

Rachel Bartkowiak

Fiona Batamuliza

Melissa B a z a n y

K e a g a n Belyk

Kayla Bentz

S u m m e r Besteman

Mallory Beswick

Brett Bethke

Jordan Betten

Michaela Biegner

Mariah Biscan

Matthew Blessed

Rachel Blough

Carlie B o e v e

Laure Bouret

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Jennifer Cimmarusti

Tyler Clark

Julia Condotti

Jacob Conroy

T h o m a s Constand

Adrian C o s b y

Katlyn Curnick

Kiveran Davidson

Ryan Day

Kylie Dekryger

Mariah Del Valle

Katelyn D e n o u d e n

Carolyn Ellis

A n n e Elzinga

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E m m a Chester

Morgan D a l m a n

Frida D e Santiago

Emily D e a n e

R e e c e Dils

Elizabeth E v e n h o u s e

Justin Fairfield

Sophomores

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Jessica Farhat

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Kenneth Ferris

R o y Fields

Joseph Fifer

Haley Fischman

John G e s h a y

Tyler Gibson

J a m e s Glagola

Kristen G o d w i n

Alejandra G o m e z Limon

Garrett Gor mley

Ma r k Gorte

Madeline G o w m a n

Theresa Gray

C o n n o r Grimes

Sophomores

Alexis Guttilla

Jon Austin Huffer

Irma G u z m a n

Grace Hulderman

Elise H a a n

Sophia Hackett

C h a s e Hankins

William Henkel

Alissa H e y n e n

John Hun ger

David Inman

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Sin woo Lee

Phillip Legare

Victoria Lindemulder

Marianne Lohrstorfer

R e b e k a h Loker

Mallory Luke

Ashley M a c Donald

Alyssa M a c h a y

Sara Menzies

Michael Mes ser

Alexander Johnson

Blake Johnson

C a m e r o n Jones

Sarah Jones

S y d n e y Jones

Aubrey Lavoie

Emily Ledford

Clara Jurik

Alisa Kaiser

David Kallgren

Olivia Kallil

Annie Kalmink

Christopher Leigh

Marissa Lozser

Bethany Lee

Mackenzie M a d e r

Courtney K u e m i n

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Isiaha Kyles

M ar cus Lambert

Grant Lancaster

Matison L a n d m a n

Eleanor Mccormick

C o n n o r Mcdowell

Lauren Meiste

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Adrian M e z a

Mackenzie Micho

Michael Miklusicak

Pierce Millington

Nicholas Minor

Nicholas Olen

David Onofrio

T e a g a n O ve rhau g

R e b e c c a Palomino

Jacob Pardonnet

Kaleigh Mitchell

V a n e s s a Moir

Angelina Morelli

Alexandra M o x o n

Gabriella Mucci

Abbygayle Parshall

Theaphania Patterson

Katie Peterson

H a n n a h Pikaart

Alyssa Pinkham

Carrie Mullen

Haley Muller

Rourke Mullins

Sarah M u r phy

Sierra Mutschler

Julia N e w m a n

Anthony N g u y e n

Ki m N g u y e n

A m a n d a Nichols

Kristen N o a c k

Bryce N o r w o o d

E m m a Nyhof

Kelsey O a t m e n

Kaley O b n e y

Tomoaki Oku

Matthew Reitsma

Vanessa Reyes

Shelby R h o d e s

Ashley Rice

Alison Rich

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Tymi Staub

Mckayla Ste enwy k

Nicholas Steers

H a n n a h Stevens

Kaitlyn Singer

Kurtis Slenk

H a y d e n Smith

J os hua Smith

Courtney Stahl

Alex Vanvleet

D e a n a Velandra

T h o m a s Vismara

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Ashley W a r n e r

Rachael W e b b

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Jose Angulo

Emilia Antons

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Marlina A c h e n b a c h

Alberto A m b e r s

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Freshmen

Kayla Aimesbury

Brittany Alarcon

Travis Alderman

Katherine Anderson

Annette Aragon

Emily Arendsen

Lisa Ashpole

S y d n e y Asselin

Phoebe A w a d

Steven Bac on

Sarah Beckett

Houston Bedford

Jennifer Barragan

Kirstin Anderson

Peter Beck

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Carley B e e m e r

Eliza Beird

Reid Bertsche

Ellie Best

Micah Bieri

Trent Birk

Jake Birkhaug

Jos hua Blackburn

Jordan Benjamin

Kelsey Blood

Lisette Boer

Christopher B o e r e m a

Madeline B o e r e m a

Johnie B o o n e

H a n n a h Brockway

Zebulon Bro ersm a

Josiah Brouwer

Maria Brouwers

Mag gie B r o w n

Stephen Binnig

Noelle Blancke

Paige Bleicher

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Kendall Collins-Riley

Gillian Colquhoun

Josh C o m b s

Miranda Craig

Morgan Buursma

Nicholas B u u r s m a

Zachary Buys

Makayla Byker

Caleb Byl sma

Lucy C o u s e n s

Abby Couwenhoven

D a m o n Cove

Elisabeth Craig

Giovanni C a d e n a

Gregory Campbell

Philip Caris

Braden Carl

Daniel Carpenter

Askaree Crawford

S h a n n o n Crawford

Meryn C r e a s m a n

Olivia Cripe

Nathan Cek ande r

Daiga Cers

Rebecca C h e m a

Matthew Childs

Alexis Cutler

A n n a Czapski

Alexandra Dahlgren

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Rylie Dalton

Abigail Daniels

Allison Darnell

Christian Dault

C y d n e y Davenport

Seth Dewitt

Caitlin D e y o u n g

Justin D e y o u n g

Lauren D e y o u n g

Lillian Dickens

Madeline D a y

Tessa D e You ng

Heather D e b oer

Anna Decamp

Genevieve Dehart

Alexandra Donaldson

Luke Doncel

Brianna Dotson

Emily D o w n s

Riley Draper

Jessica D r e w

Addison D u d a

A n n a h Duffey

H a n n a h Duiven

E m m a Dumez

Devin D u m o n t

Emily D u n p h y

Catherine Dustrude

Jessie Dvirnak

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Jocelyn Echevarria

C h a s e Edgar

M e g a n Elseth

S y d n e y Enloe

Tatiana Feliciano

Natalie Filipowicz

Lauren Fo g g

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Kellyanne Fitzgerald

Garrett F o g o

Justin Folkert

Kayla Gercak

Daniel Foy

Irene Gerrish

Tucker Gibbons

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Annika Gidley

Matthew Gilbert

A n d r e w Goble

Alek G o h r m a n n

Jason G o m b a s

Steven G o m e z

Jason G o m o r y

Cassandra Harders

Matthew H a r k e m a

Galen Hatcher

Austin Hauer

Lauren H a v e y

Benjamin H a g m a n

Ryan Holman

Nicholas Holt

Tyler Horn

Hailey H o u c k

Justin Houthoofd

Freshmen


M a x Huffman

Noelle Jackson

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Addison H u s s

Stefanie Jacobs

Jarad Jaent

Natalie J a m r o g

S a m u e l Jansen

Clairese K e n y o n

Lynnae Ket

Michael Kiley

Madeline King

Chandler Kirinovic

Tate K n a p p

Patrick Kilgallon

Carson King

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Hayley Landstr aB

A n n a Langholz

John Larson

R y a n Lash

Allison Loprete

Olivia Lorence

Mackenzie Lo u g h e a d

Avery L o w e

Daniel L ub ben

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Spencer Lucas

Sarah Lundy

Kristen M a r s m a n

Emily Mascari

Lydia M a s o n

Lydia M a s o n

Claire Matera

S a m u e l Mcbride

Jalynn Mitchell

Mackenzie Mitchell

Hunter M o e

Margaret Mollison

Andrew Monroe

Elizabeth M o r e h e a d

Sabrina Morrison

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Jos eph Mcclusky

Audrey Mcdonald

Robert Mcgivney

Colin M c m u r r a y

Claire Monticello

Rachel M o o r e

Lindy M o o r e d

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Annabelle Otto

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Leah Ov e r b e e k

Chantz O w e n s

Tiffany Paris

Kathleen M Ăź l o m a

Tristen M u n d y

Scott M u r p h y

Nicole M u t u a

Alec Nelson

Lucas N e m e

Sarah N e u m a r

A n d r e w Niedbala

David Niewoonder

M a x Nihart

Joseph Pierce

Madeline Nikcevich

Anders Northuis

Lauren N u m m e r

Gretta Nyboer

Derrick Obiri-Yeboah

Sara Plohetski

M e g a n Oostindie

Victoria Orent

Matthew Orr

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Bryanna Pratt

Meredith P r e d u m

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Miles Pruitt

Selena Quintanilla

Jessica Reichenbach

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James Reymann

Christian R h o a d e s

Derek Richardson

Gerald Richardson

Charles Riddering

Kaitlyn Rus temeyer

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Elijah Rivera

John Rogers

Kaila Robertson

Kelsey R o g u s

Victoria Roughley

A b b y Rudoni

Monica Ruser

Dylan S a b o

Analise Sala

Audrey Salata

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Madison Schaefer

E m m a Schipper

Sarah Schaefer

Rachel Schaller

Nicholas Schierbeek

Austin Smith

J a m e s Smith

M a y a Smith

Gretta Schneider

Allanna Schultze

Emily Sherburn

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Catherine Spalding

M u r phy Stadelmaier

A n n a Stafford

S a m a n t h a Stall

Marissa Solorzano

Alicia Sotelo

Kyle Spillane

T h o m a s Sprys-Tellner

C a m e r o n Steel

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Sarah Stroup

Benjamin Stryker

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Jared Stygstra

Sarah Sutherland

Jaime S w a n s o n

Zachary Terpstra

Allie Thiel

Collin T h o m a s

Leela T h o m a s Parrish

Jonathan T h o m p s o n

Isaac Tilden

Brooklyn Tobias

Tristan Tobias

Hannah Town-Bowen

Dennis T o w n s

M e g a n Trancygier

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A n d r e w Trillet

Tyler Trisch

Heather Troester

Ashley Trojniak

Paige Trujillo

Benjamin Turner

Jesse Ursiny

Allison Utting

Catherine Valdes

Surrey Valdez

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Ma r k Vanderstoep

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Rachel Van derv een

Madeline V a n A s s e n

Adriana V a n d e r z w a a g

Luke V a n Blois

Jordan Vandort

Michelle V a n Es

Bethany Vangessel

Alexandra V r o o m

S a m a n t h a Waller

Jenna W a l m a

Jacob Walters

Trevor W a n d e r

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Rachel W i g h t m a n

Haley Wilcox

Jacob Williams

Spencer Wills

H a n n a h Wilson

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Sarah Anderson

Maria Claudia Andre

Kathy Ada mski

Cindy Alberg

Erik Alberg

Michael Aldrich

T h o m a s Arendshorst

Shelly Arnold

Charles Aschbrenner

Jan Aslanian

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Dale Austin

Ellen Tanis A w a d

Habeeb Aw a d

Sarah Baar

Ma r c Baer

Jean Bahle

Laura Bainbridge

A n n e Bakker

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Susan B e c k m a n

S a n d y Bedard

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Students at H o p e College w h o are in g o o d a c a d e m i c standing a n d are studying c o mm u n i c at i o n s h a v e the opportunity to join L a m b d a Pi Eta, a c o m m u n i c a t i o n s honor society.The n a m e is derived from Aristotle's persuasion techniques of logos (lambda) which is the use of logic, pathos (pi) which is appealing to emotion, a n d ethos (eta) which is using ethics a n d crediblitiy. Students w h o are in L a m b d a Pi Eta m a y use their c o mm u n i c at i o n s skills to present for large groups or to h a v e individualized conversations, but they are great at getting their point across a n d understanding others. I M iranda Craig ('19)

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Louise S h u m a k e r w a s a m e m b e r of H o p e College's faculty since 1 9 8 7 a n d during her leave from her w o r k at Hope, peacefully p a s s e d a w a y o n April 4, 2 0 1 6 from cancer. S h u m a k e r w o r k e d to help those with disabilities, a n d s h e coordinated the disability a w a r e n e s s w e e k since s h e f o u n d e d it in 1988. Not only did s h e w o r k at H o p e College but s h e also attended H o p e for her undergraduate degree. S h u m a k e r received her master's d e gr e e from W e s t e r n Michigan University in Interpersonal a n d family communications. S h e w a s a fighter for those with disabilities, despite herself being legally blind. He r w o r k for those with disabilities c a m e long before the disability act w a s e v e n passed, s h o w i n g her dedication for those with disabilities. S h u m a k e r w o r k e d for H o p e for over 3 0 years, a n d during that time s h e helped over 5 0 0 students with disabilities. S h u m a k e r received various a w a r d over the years for her dedication a n d hard work. T h e s e included Ability Award, State A d v o c a t e of the Year, a n d Michigan State Victory Award. S h e w a s also involved in student life, a n d w a s the adviser for the Sibylline sorority. S h e will b e m i s s e d dearly by all those w h o k n e w her.

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Christopher Bohle

Justin B ol deno w

A m y Borgman

Karen Bo s

David Brondyke

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Rachel Bishop

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John Shaughnessy J o h n S h a u g h n e s s y w a s a beloved p r esence o n c a m p u s a n d he impacted t h ou s a n d of students during the 4 0 years h e taught. T h e hearts of H o p e w e r e broken w h e n h e passed, D e c e m b e r 16, 2016. Professor S h a u g h n e s s y w a s extremely c o mmitted to other people, his students a n d their success, “It w o ul d . i r , o. b e hard to find s o m e o n e m o r e dedicated to the lives of students than John,� said D e a n Scott VanderStoep. Professor S h a u g h n e s s y also valued g o o d teaching a n d m a d e sure the H o p e College c o m m u n i t y did as well/ Professor S h a u g h n e s s y did a lot of research p m here on c a m p u s with students, a n d spent about 15 year researching real life m e mories. Professor I r m w S h a u g h n e s s y also published a research m e t h o d s b o o k for psychology, which h a d m a n y editions, also J o h n retired originally in M a y of 2015, but returned to teach a senior s e mi n a r part time a n d picking u p classes from other faculty. It w a s his personality to help those in need, a n d h a d a particular soft spot for students w h o n e e d e d extra help or those w h o struggled more. Professor S h a u g h n e s s y w a s m dedicated to his wife, t w o dogs, a n d also to his family here at H o p e College. H e will b e r e m e m b e r e d b y all those lives h e h a s touched. I C h l o e Caltrider ('19)

Michelle B o m b e

Anna Bonnema

Jan Boockmeier

Linda Booker

Lori B o u w m a n

Melissa B o u w s

David Brady

D o u g Braschler

J er emy Brieve

Denise Brink

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qT H°re H e r e o n H o p e c a m p u s there is a group that m e e t s to eat, talk about Jesus, learn, a n d g r o w in faith together, a n d that group is the E m m a u s scholars. Students w h o are interested in serving others a n d investigating the Christian call to love a n d s e e k justice in the world are given that opportunity with a closely-knit c o m m u n i t y pursuing the s a m e goals. T h e process is a transformative one. A s Christin Bo th e (‘17) puts it, ‘T h e s e people I d r e a m of serving s o m e d a y are exactly the people w h o will s a v e m e . T h e y will s a ve m e from w a ndering towards p u rposes of m y o w n, they will s a v e m e from k n o w i n g G o d ’s p o w e r only from m y o w n worldview, a n d the will remind m e of this simple truth: It isn’t about m e . ” -Miranda Craig (’19) J--. 78

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T h e Visiting writers series w a s first established by the Professor J a c k Ridl a n d his wife in 1982, an d h a s b e e n a tradition here at H o p e ever since. T h e .püfpöse'of V W S is to bring a diverse literary experience to the people of H o p e so they m a y e x p o s e themselves to the rich pieces of the world. Pulitzer Prize a n d National B o o k A w a r d winners perform at the writing series events. This is a student run series w h e r e a n u m b e r of writers a n d authors perform e a c h semester. T h e series is s p o n s o r e d b y the H o p e College English department, the D e pa r t m e n t s of Art, Dance, a n d Theatre; the Office of International Education a n d Multicultural Life; the minors in A m e r i c a n Ethnic Studies, W o m e n ’s Studies, a n d Environmental Studies; the Phelps Scholar’s P r o g r a m a n d m a n y others. T h e V W S is a great w a y to e x p o s e yourself to literary experiences a n d learn about other's view points on m a n y controversial topics. I M iranda Craig


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Kirk Brumels

Stephanie Brumels

Lali Brunnink

C Baars Buitman

T o m Bultman

Laura Clarke

Lilia Coffey

Liz Colburn

A n d r e w Bunnell

Ernest Cole

Kevin Cole

Vicki Corneau

Elizabeth Council

Maxine Debruyn

Emilie DeFrain

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Berta Carrasco D e

Jason C a s h

Richard C h a m b e r s

Paul C h a m n e s s

A n n e Chanski

Leah C h a s e

Llena Chavis

Julie C h e n

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R e a g a n Chesnut

David C h o

Robert C a w o o d

Aaron Cinzori

T h o m a s Davelaar

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Carla Davis

Denise Dejonge

Jacqueline Deb oard

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Rick Dernberger

Mark Deroo

Herbert D e r s h e m

Krista Deur

A m y Devanney

Jamie Dewitt

M a r k Dewitt

D a w n Dewitt-Brinks

Paul D e y o u n g

Jayson Dibble

Kristin Diekevers

Bethany Dieleman

Darlene Dirkse

Tony Donk

Stephanie Doolittle

Sara Dorer

Marissa Doshi

Carrie D u m m e r

Kristi D u n n

Maureen Dunn

Linda Dykstra

Natalie Dykstra

Robert Dykstra

Stephanie Edwards

D r e w Elliot

David Elsbury

Derek E m e r s o n

Lindsey Engelsman

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T h e business club is not your ordinary club. S o m e students, s u ch as B e k a h Fehsenfeld ('18), e v e n heard about the p r o g r a m before c o m i n g to H o pe : "I w a s talking with a n Alumni w h o couldn't sa y e n o u g h about this spectacular club. H e landed m a n y internships, a n d eventual jobs b e c a u s e of the networking opportunities a n d skills h e learned through listening to professionals. Hearing all of the great opportunities this club offered, I k n e w it w a s something I w a n t e d to b e involved in o n c a mp u s . " T h e club holds m a n y events s u ch a s the Professional D e v e l o p m e n t Series, w h e r e speakers are brought in from local a n d international companies. T h e y help students to develop into y o u n g professionals a n d provide essential skills, s u c h as the m o s t successful w a y s to interview, a n d other tips for entering the workforce. T h e r e are also two trips a year that the Business Club g o e s on. In the Fall the Club g o e s to Chicago, a n d in the Spring to Indianapolis. T h e s e "out of the classroom" experiences help students decide w h a t type of businesses they fit into, a n d allows experiences a n d opportunities to network with other professionals. I Carolyn Ellis ('18)

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T h e Critical issues S y m p o s i u m is a n event that h a s graced Hope's c a m p u s since 1980. T h e purpose of this^symposium is to e x p o s e people to the current! issues of the world, a n d classes are canceled that d a y so students m a y attend the various events. This year's s y m p o s i u m h a p p e n e d during the spring s e m e s t e r about engaging the Middle East. During the past year, a s different attacks h a v e occurred from a terrorist group in the Middle East, the purpose of the s y m p o s i u m w a s to enlighten people about the culture in the Middle East, but also about w h a t h a s really b e e n h a pp e n i n g besides the attacks w e hear about in the news. T h e two keynote speakers w e r e G a r y M. Bu rg e (Ph.D., King's College, A b e r d e e n University) a n ^ N a b i l C o s t a , Executive Director of the L e ba n R e T Ba p t i st Society ( L SE S D ) . ^ P r t n o u g h not all speakers w e r e able to m a k e it d u e to the e xtreme w e at h e r conditions of a Michigan winter, those w h o c a m e truly impacted those w h o attended. I Chloe Caltrider ('19)

April 13, 2 0 1 6 the n e w members of Alpha Epsilon Delta were inducted into the organization in Graves Hall To be able to join, students h a v e to h av e at least a 3.3 G P A overall and in all science classes as well T h e y also must be planning on entering a health field, such as medicine physical therapy or dentistry.

Hi P°c? Hope's Alpha Epsilon Delta organization is an honor society for pre-health professionals that m e e t s every f e w w e e k s a n d s e ek s to support the education of its m e m b e r s . G r o u p s to support the individual education paths, s u c h as pre-physician's assistant or pre-dental are included within the overall A E D organization. At meetings, there are often speakers to provide insight a n d advice. B e c a u s e pre-professional students h a v e m a n y a c a d e m i c requirements, A E D also provides scheduling help a n d advising while students are planning their schedule for the next semester. A E D also started a mentoring p r o g r a m this year. T h e y h a v e h a d a n e m p h a s i s o n poverty a n d medicine, with speakers talking about issues of public health. I M iranda Craig ('19)


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This year, Engineers Without Borders has b e e n working hard to spread h o p e internationally. Last year, four m e m b e r s a n d a m e nt o r w e n t to Bondo, K e n y a to a s s e s s the c o m m u n i t y a n d determine the best w a y to improve the water situation there. This year they h a v e written almost 3 0 0 p a g e s of design for the solution to the water crisis, a n d will i m plement w h e n the /plan is complete! I M iranda Craig ('19)

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T h e chemistry club is o n e of the beloved clubs o n c a m p u s . T h e club w a n t s to p romote chemistry a n d science learning in the H o p e a n d the Holland communities. T h e y also w o r k to establish a strong c o m m u n i t y in the chemistry department, while of course having fun. T h e chemistry club w e l c o m e s all people w h o are interested in chemistry, e v e n if that is not their major or minor. T h e club h a s meeting a n d exciting event throughout the year to get students involved.One of the favorite events is the capture the flag event the chemistry club plays against the biology club, a n d afterwards having a cookout in a park. Another event the club attends is a demonstration of chemistry in the local W o o d l a n d Mall. Several chemical c o m p a n i e s set u p in the mall a n d allow people of the c o m m u n i t y to interact in the demonstrates so they, a n d m a n y kids can learn about chemistry in a fun setting. T h e club h a s m a n y other events throughout the year that m a n y enjoy attending, a n d it's a great w a y to b e involved in science a n d the community. I C h l o e Caltrider ('19)

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T h e Biology Club is o n e of the bigger science clubs on Hope's C a m p u s . T h e purpose pf this club is to bring together all people interested in biology to participate in fun activities to further their k n o w l e d g e of biology. This group is o p e n to all those o n c a m p u s , e v e n those w h o are not majoring in biology, so everyone h a s the opportunity to participate. T h e Biology Club is k n o w n for a fe w traditional events that h a p p e n every year. T h e first is the Vinca Pull, which is an event in which the club travel to the H o p e College Nature Preserve a n d pulls u p the Vinca plant that is a n invasive species to the area. This event h a p p e n s during the fall semester. T h e next major event is the annual nature walk w h e r e students travel to a n area a n d enjoy their time in the outdoors while learning about different plants animals, a n d about their e c o s y s t e m as a whole. T h e third major event the club g o e s o n is the annual trip to the S h e d d A q u a r i u m in Chicago, "The trip w a s a little a w k w a r d for m e at first. I w a s o n e of the only f r e s h m a n there, but it turned out to be a really fun time with a lot of great people," said Julie Isola '19. T h e s e events along with the fun Christmas party k e e p students c o m i n g b a c k for more, a n d inspires t h e m to k e e p pursuing their careers in the biological field. Along with these fun events the Biology Club is also very involved with the seminars w h e r e people in the biological field present their w o r k to the people of H o p e College, "The Biology club is very w e l c o m i n g to e v eryone regardless of w h a t their majors or career interests are," said Micaela Wells '19.1C h lo e Caltrider

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T h e D a y 1 research p r o g r a m is fairly n e w a n d u n k n o w n by m a n y . But, it is a n incredible opportunity for incoming freshman. T h e p r o g r a m s allow f r e s h m a n students to start research before the school year starts. T h e students w h o apply a n are accepted into their various programs, m o v e into Lichty hall about a w e e k before school starts, a n d then they start the w o r k for their individual programs. T h e p r o g r a m s include P h a g e Discovery, Watershed, Great Lakes, a n d Michigan R o c k s , , £ ] m g e D i s c o very w h e r e students discover a phage, s e q u e n c e the D N A a n d look into the g e n o m e of the phage. W a t e r s h e d is a year which students m e a s u r e sedimentation rate a n d the levels of prrosphate in Holland’s very o w n L a k e M a c a t a w a . a n d analyze the results using statistical analysis. T h e L a k e s p r o g r a m s starts by researching the e n d a n g e r e d plant Pitcher's Thistle, which only g r o w s o n the saincmljnes of L a k e Michigar This research lasts three d a y s in the s a n d dunes, while the rest of the se me s t e r incrades analyzing tpre data collected using statistical m e t h o d s learned throughout the semester. Michigan R o c k s J ^ ^ e o l o g y f r i p that lasts ten d a y s in the U p p e r Peninsula of Michigan w h e r e the studied Michigan’s rich geological history.The group of students studied ancient volcanoes, fossil rich areas b y the lakes, glacier areas, a n d mineral deposits using m o d e r n geological processes. Overall, the D a y 1 prograrrfls a wonderful series of p r o g r a m s that allows students to start h a n d s o n w o r k right a w a y ^ a h d create a group of friends before orientation w e e k e n d e v e n begins. T h e p r o g r a m s create ä series of skills that the students will b e able to use throughout their college career. I Chloe Caltrider ('19)

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Michael Fairchild

Matthew Farmer

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Dennis Feaster

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Jason Geurink

Heidi Giannini

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Michelle Gibbs

Janet Gibson

Peter Gonthier

Alfredo Gonzales

Gloria G o o d w i n

Stephanie Grant

Kristen Gray

Charles Green

Eldon Greij

Gerald Griffin

Patricia Griffin

Porter H a m o n

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Diane Francisco

Aaron Franzen

Crystal Frazier

A m y Freehafer

Kristin F r e e m a n

Allen French

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Richard Frost

Emily Fynaardt

Alex Galarza

Mollie Galioto

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Caroline H a n n e m a

Ed Hansen

Debra Hardy

Judy Hardy

Shirley H a r m s e n

Nate H a v e m a n

Danielle H a w k e s

A n n e Heath

Carl H e i d e m a n

Stephen H e m e n w a y

Aay Henk

Lori Hertel

Leo Herzog

Robert H o d s o n

Sally Hoekstra

Karl H o e s c h

Sarah K i m H o o s

A d a m Hopkins

Christina Hornbach

B o b Hunt

Mark Husbands

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A n organization that will s o o n b e hitting its 100th year as a part of the H o p e College community, Mortar B o a r d is k n o w n for consistently upholding a standard of excellence in academics, leadership, a n d service. T h e group is m a d e u p of seniors of g o o d a c a d e m i c r standing, w h o d ^ m n s t r a t e a desire a n d a potential to lead. With\a group like Mortar Board backing them, the m e m b e r s are able to focus on c a u s e s whiop they are passionate about, a n d explore their potential a s they look toward their future. M e m b e r s of the group b a n all d o their o w n exploration, while learning a b ou t supporting a n d working a s a group o n other people's projects. "I think the m o s t important thing people should k n o w is that it is not just a boring group of 'do-good' seniors! W e h a v e a lot of fun ther a n d it is a n opportunity to build relationship^with people I w o u l d h o f h a v e otherwisrgotten the c h a n c e to know," said itha Klokkert ( ^ ^ T h e H o p e College Mdftar B o a r d # w i d e l y recognized, a n d is a latiopa^ssociation, allowing the senior j^fembers to h a v e a unique a n d enriching ird experience as they finish their time with us here at H o pe . I Aleksandra M a s i a k ('17)

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Ruth Hofmeyer

Charles Hoats

Vicki Lynn H o l m e s Steven Hoogerwerf

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Cheryl Hulst

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Craig K o p a s

Elizabeth Kubias

Madeline Kukla

Harvey Koedyker

Linda Koetje

Y e w M e n g Koh

Connie Kuper

Courtney Kust

Marty Labarge

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Stacy Jackson

Kelly J a c o b s m a

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David J a m e s

Lauren Janes

Allison Jesky

Michael Jipping

John Jobson

Barb Johnson

Fred Johnson

Lisa Joh nson

Robert Joh nson

Trygve Joh nson

Deirdre Johnston

Sylvia Kallemeyn

R a n d y Kalmink

Carla Kaminski

N a n c y Kamstra

Kristi Karis

Jos eph Laporte

Bill Large

A n n e Larsen

Melinda Larson

Rob Kenagy

Cornelia K e n n e d y

Earl K e n n e d y

Gr e g Kern

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H u w Lewis

Ma r k Lewison

Jianhua Li

Jay Lindell

T o m Lockwood

Jasmine Lowell

T h o m a s Ludwig

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Bringing- H o p e to the W o r l d "I c a m e to s o m e conclusions o n e d a y this week, as I w a s drinking m y morning coffee o n m y rooftop patio (yeah, it’s pretty great). I’m living m y dream. Really, truly, this d r e a m that I’ve h a d since long before I w e n t to college, a n d that I’v e spent six years studying for, I’m doing it. T o learn another language, to live in another country. T o g o so far outside pf m y comfort zone, to p u s h myself, to learn h o w to blend into a n e w culture, a n d to let that culture b e c o m e part of w h o I a m . A n d y o u know, it’s really not as big as I m a d e it out to be. N o w , that is nopto b e taken the wrorfg way. It’s incredible here, a n d every d a y I a m in disbelief that I get to live & study here. But at the s a m e time, it’s just life. It’s just life at a different pace, in a different place. A n d I’m o k a y with that. M y life here d o e s n ’t h a v e to b e s o m e huge, surreal thing. It d o e s n ’t h a v e to b e separate from w h o I a m , w h e r e I c o m e from. M y experience here will s h a p e m e , as it should. It will b e c o m e ^ part of w h o I a m , a n d I will b e able to take that with m e w h e r e v e r I go." - "It's Just Life", S e p t e m b e r 13, 2015, Sevilla, Spain I Aleksandra M a s i a k ('17)

""fihiHying a b r o a d a w a k e n e d a fire inside of m e for traveling, exploration, discovery, growth, interculturality, and, stepping outside of m y comfort zona" - Kaleigh D o a n 016), Nantes, F r a

"Mi c orazon n o h a sido dividido sino h a crecido." / S l y heart h a s not been divided, rather, it h a s grown." 'Isabel Allende e n a Harris 017), IES, Santiago, Chile

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What, exactly, d o e s robotics club d o ? T h e r e is, of course, the obvious response that they build robots, but there is so m u c h more! Along with working o n a m o du l a r robot that w o u l d b e able to complete multiple tasks (such a s shooting t-shirts, plowing snow, or acting as a n a u t o m a t e d tour guide) with minimal changes, the robotics club m e e t s o n c e a w e e k for an hour a n d a half. T h e s e meetings m a y consist of, but are b y n o m e a n s limited to: -discussing the variety of crazy things that h a p p e n in Durfee -talking about exciting n e w discoveries in S T E M fields -sharing about the n e w e s t video g a m e s Oh, a n d they also build robots. According to club president R y a n B a c k m a n ('16), " W e h a v e a s e m i ­ formal rivalry with Knitting Club. That's w h a t w e say, anyway. I've never actually s p o k e n to Knitting C l u^ about it. S o basically w e like attaching sharp thi to our robots as a sign of symbolic protest. O r m a v b e that's just us rationalizing building c o o l ^ a h g e r o u things." M a y b e h e forgot that the knitting club ha s needles? It s e e m s to m e that they should t e a m u p t m a k e a sweater c a n n o n robot. Just sayin'. I M i ra n d a Club president R y a n B a c k m a n (’16) works on a Craig ('19) project.


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■T°seTtfeR T h e Multicultural Student Organizations h a v e b e e n busy, not only with t h e k o w n events, but together as well! This yeaffifiey hostedafo international food fair (left,) h a d a n M S Cr m i x e r , a n d M S O introductions (below,) as well as e n ^ ^ ^ ^ m t h speakers a n d working together to promotellf|y|l justice on c a m p u s . I Miranda Craig ('19)

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T h e saddest part of a n y year is w h e n o n e ha s to say g o o d b y e to s o m e of the m o s t loved faculty. This year H o p e College is saying farewell a n d g o o d luck to these six faculty m e m b e r s w h o are retiring after the spring s e me s t e r of 2016. Dr. M a r c B a e r h a s b e e n professor of history at H o p e since 1983, a n d h a s b e e n t h ^ b ^ p e r s o n of the department, a n d specializes in m o d e r n British history. H e h a s published m a n y schoicirly articles along wi the multiple books. Dr. B a er f o u n d e d Klesis (advising p r o g r a m for students w h o w a n t ü i e m p h a s i s o n th< Christian Vocation) a n d ha s received various a w a r d s a n d recognitions. Gloria Slaughter h a s w o r k e d as a librarian a n d associate professor at H o p e since 1988. S ^ p ü p e d to^ administrate the library's electronic m a n a g e m e n t system, a n d h a s w o r k e d with various departments design First-Year S e m i n a r Courses, a n d to help students learn to use the library effectively. Dr. A n n e Larson h a s b e e n a professor of French since 1984, a n d h a s written several collections^ articles, a n d h a s published b o o k chapters, articles a n d reviews. Dr. Larson h a s received recognition^ w o r k at both H o p e a n d o n the national level. Dr. Jim Allis ha s b e e n a professor of philosophy at H o p e since 1986. H e h a s h a d a b o o k published tha?., co-authored, along with articles a n d reviews. Dr. Allis h a s led m a n y s u m m e r off c a m p u s terms across the country a n d in various nations, a n d h a s received a w a r d s a n d recognitions for his w o r k over the years. Dr. B o y d Wilson ha s b e e n a professor of religion since 1982, a n d h a s lead various M a y terms to India since 1990. His w o r k w a s mainly with world religions a n d h a s published a textbook for his classes to use. H e h a s received various a w a r d s through H o p e College for the recognition of his work. Alfredo G o n z a l e s w a s a n associate provost a n d d e a n of the multicultural a n d international education, a n d associate professor of social w o r k sine 1979. H e h a s b e e n the director of minority affairs, a n d h e also w o r k e d to e n h a n c e multicultural understanding locally. H e h a s also b e e n recognized by the Great L a ke s Colleges Association along with various a w a r d s from Hope. I C h l o e Caltrider ('19)

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T h e Phelps Scholars p r o g r a m is a group of people w h o live a n d w o r k together to learn m o r e about other cultures, a n d issues surrounding culture a n d diversity. T h e group lives in Scott Hall during their year long p r o g r a m while taking cultural diversity classes. This p r o g r a m takes place during the student's f r e s h m a n year, a n d their first year seminar course is designed to g o with the p r og r a m . Th e group itself h a s m a n y people from broad heritages a n d cultures, including s o m e international students, allowing o n e another to get to k n o w people a n d their cultures m o r e o n e o n one. T h e students g o o n various trips together to e x p a n d their horizons, including trips to Chicago, Holocaust Memorial Center, Islamic Center of America, a n d m a n y more. Overall the p r o g r a m is true to their motto, " G o o d neighbors c o m e in all colors." IChloe Caltrider ('19)


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Anthony Perovich

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Holli Overbeek

William Pannapacker

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Formula S A E is a student design competition organized by the Society of Automotive Engineers. Hope's chapter is a student-run group in which m e m b e r s work together to design a formula style race car and then enter the car into a variety of events at the end of the year in Detroit. Over 120 teams from all around the world compete each year, and these H o p e m e n feel proud to be one of them. There are two parts to the competition: Static, which includes elements such as Business Presentation, Engineering Design, and Cost and Manufacturing Analysis, and Dynamic, which includes Acceleration, Skid-Pad, Autocross, and Endurance/Fuel Economy. IA b b y E m er s o n (2016)

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Lori Schneider

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Stephen Scogin

Leigh Sears

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T h e celebration of undergraduate research occurs every spring s e m e s t e r at H o p e College. T h e p urpose of this celebration is for all the students w h o h a v e w o r k e d all year long with different professors, in different programs, or e v e n by themselves to s h o w the research they h a v e done. Not only is it an opportunity for students to s h o w off their hard work, but it is a n opportunity for the c o m m u n i t y to learn about n e w things they m a y h a v e not k n o w n before. Generally a majority of the projects are science related, but w h a t m a n y people don't k n o w is that at least o n e person presents from e a c h department. People ca n present research o n the humanities, english, marketing, etc. S t u d e A ; start b y registering their topic in J anuary along with their research partner a n d mentor, andithen students build their poster to b e printed o|f, submit a n d abstract a n d are ready to presentMDverall it ifawonderful opportunity f o ^ t u d e m s t o learn to present their research in>a ^ ^ H a l setting, a n d to b e involved in research. I Ch lo e Caltrider (’19) 108

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O n e of the great things about H o p e College includes the availability of research opportunities. T h e s e opportunities are available year round, a n d m a n y are over the s u m m e r . Senior ('16) Z o e Hoover's w a s o n e student w h o did w o r k in the field of c o m m u n i c a t i o n s , " I w o r k e d with the c o mm u n i c at i o n theory called cultivation effect. This theory looks at h o w people experience or are e x p o s e d to things a n d - h o w m u c h those things s h a p e or effect the person's perceptions of things," said Hoover. B e c a u s e of her research, H o o v e r w a s able to travel to N C U R with her partner Alexandra Huss, to present their work. Although m a n y research positions occur during the school year, those that occur over the s u m m e r are paid positions w h e r e students w o r k closely all d a y with professors to find n e w information. A n y student c a n apply for student research, a n d m a n y professors greatly appreciate w h e n students w a n t to help with their work. I C h lo e Caltrider ('19) 109


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M a r y Speet

Jan Ssommerville

Suzette Staal

Greg Stafford

Christine Statema

Shelley Stauffer

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R y a n Stehouwer

Darin Stephenson

Mandy Stephenson

J o a n n e Stewart

P a m e l a Stockinger

Cathy Stoel

Christina Streeter

Travis Streeter

Linda Strouf

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Lori Trethewey

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Katharine V a n c e

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W h e n your w e e k gets hard a n d y o u ’re feeling stressed, studying takes oVer, but y o u n e e d to fest. Dig d o w n d e e p for that creative passion then m e e t us in Kruizenga In true H o p e fashion. T h e food will b e free a n d the folks will b e sweet, y o u c a n color a n d relax while y o u chat a n d eat. Scribble if y o u n e e d to; let it all out. T h a t ’s w h a t this coloring event is all about. I M i r a n d a Craig ('19)

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I've always heard that classic mantra, "In the Midwest, w e h a v e twb^seasons: winter a n d construction." In m y three years at Hope, I've s e e n a building p o p up from the field w e o n c e crossed to get to G o o d Time, a n Art M u s e u m a p pe a r as though a U F O left by aliens d r op p e d it there conspicuously, a n d the best building for climbing leveled to the ground. All of this construction is changing the face of H o p e College, a n d ever preparing the school to w e l c o m e its n e w classes of students. Along with the n e w buildings c o m e n e w opportunities for students to learn, explore, a n d g r o w during their time here at Hope. I Aleksandra M a s i a k ('17)

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Orientation 2 0 1 5 w a s a n event for the books. N e w students described the experience as, "full of community, enlightening, fun, exhausting but encouraging, a n d crazy". T h e fun b e g a n on Friday with move-in day. This process is always m a d e easier by Orientation Assistants, incredible individuals w h o volunteer their time to help n e w students adjust to life at H o p e over the w e e k e n d . Orientation AssistanJ described the w e e k e n d as, "Informative, busy, fun, c o mm unity-based, entertaining, a n d in-the-world." B e t w e e n meetings with their O A groups, Playfair fun a n d g a m e s , family woi^ftip in D i m n e n t chapel, a n d opening convocation, n e w students w e r e w e l c o m e d into the H g p e College family. T h e w e e k e n d w o ul d not h a v e b e e n possible without a group of 2 7 Assistant Directofswvhp w o r k e d tirelessly the w e e k before Orientation to m a k e sure the w e e k e n d w e n t s m o o t W ^ ^ M i e w studer parents, a n d Orientation Assistants alike. Assistant Directors described their prientation e ^ e n e n c e as "fun, bonding, informative, rewarding, pure-joy, relational, a n d caring for n e w students". Finally, event w o u l d not h a v e b e c o m e a reality without Kristen Garrett a n d Destini Puilido, the Orientation Directors for 2015. W h e n a s k e d to describe her Orientation experience in thr|e words, Kristen said, "Informative, fun, a n d a little chaotic". T h e future is bright for Orientation 201 3! I Olivia Skatrud (2017


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Habitat for H u m a n i t y is a great volunteer service that m a n y students o n H o p e College’s c a m p u s c h o o s e to participate in. Habitat for H u m a n i t y is a nonprofit organization that helps those right here in the W e s t Michigan c o m m u n i t y w h o n e e d it most. This year they h a v e accomplished m a n y projects such as working on two different houses, the A d a m ’s family & the Eastburn h o m e which are both located in Holland. Natalie Filipowicz (‘19) w h o is actively involved in the p r o g r a m says that s h e is grateful for the opportunity to help those w h o are less fortunate locally. Without the sincere volunteer service that these students give, our c o m m u n i t y w o ul d not b e the beautiful place that it is today. I S e le n a Quintanilla ('19)_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

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Volunteer Services is comprised of a c o mmittee of about 12 students (led by co-directors Lauren Boyle a n d Brianna R o e g n e r a n d adviser Katie Butterfield) w h o host service events throughout the school year as well as serve in the Holland C o m m u n i t y . T h e group also serves as a resource for students looking to serve a n d n o n ­ profits seeking volunteers! Volunteer Services' biggest events of the year are "Time to Serve" held after F r e s h m a n Orientation w e e k e n d , "January T i m e to S e r v e " , a n d "Operation Christmas Child" w h e r e over 3 0 0 b o x e s stuffed with Christmas goodies for children across the world w e r e collected this year. Lauren Boyle also reports that the group g o e s Christmas caroling at nursing h o m e s a n d sponsors various other drives/service projects, s u ch as helping with ma in t e n a nc e at R e n e w Therapeutic Riding Center. I Olivia Skatrud ('17)

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<5eITiN<? iNTrfe ^RRTT Christmas is a time steeped in tradition, a n d H o p e carried that o n through the early winter celebrations this year. T o kick off the festivities, President a n d Mrs. K n a p p hosted a n o r n a m e n t signing w h e r e they e n g a g e d with the students of the c a m p u s . C o ok i e s w e r e set out with colored frosting a n d sprinkles, a n d the s w ee t joy of the s e a s o n w a s shared. W h e n o r n a m e n t s h a d b e e n h u n g a n d a chill spread across the c a m p u s , students gathered outside the K n a p p h o u s e to w a tc h the tree-lighting, a n d then to h a v e a candlelight carol time. Voices w e r e raised together on Hope's c a m p u s , celebrating a n d awaiting the wonderful d a y to c o m e . I Miranda Craig ('19)

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T h e Vagina M o n o l o g u e s is a s h o w created in the 1990's a n d preformed off B r oadway. Since it's debut in the 90's, T V M has b e e n performed all over the world. T h e s h o w is comprised of a series of m o n o l o g u e s dealing with the female experience, addressing topics such as sex, love, rape, orgasm, birth, a n d more, all from a w o m a n ' s perspective. W o m e n of H o p e College h a v e put this s h o w on for a n u m b e r of years now, but this year w a s a special one, as the w o m e n w o r k e d hard to petition to hold the s h o w o n c a m p u s for the first time. Senior Jessica Kain says of her experience as a part of the event, "Not only did this [having the event on c a m p u s ] allow us to initiate genuine dialogue of the very real experience that w o m e n face directly o n c a m p u s , but w e w e r e able to donate 1 0 0 % of the m o n e y raised to T h e Center for W o m e n in Transition without the cost of a reserved s p a c e fee. This is real m o n e y going to real people in our c o m m u n i t y that are going to benefit from the fundraising. T h e m o s t important part about T V M for m e w a s the reminder that w h et h e r celebratory or traumatic, these stories n e e d to b e heard. If there is a connection with a n audience m e m b e r w h o e n d u r e d sexual assault or trauma, this is a w a y to let t h e m k n o w that they are not alone a n d they are loved a n d supported unconditionally. It g a v e m e strength in m y o w n story as a survivor a n d it is m y only h o p e to to strengthen a n d e m p o w e r otherj^J A b b y E m e r s o n ('16)

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H o p e College's Waterski Club h a d another successful year. Full of flips a n d turns, the diverse group of lower a n d u p p e r c l a s s m e n positively p r o m o t e the sport of competitive water skiing, trick skiing, w a k e boarding, a n d ski jumping through a n active a n d competitive atmosphere. Not only d o they c o m p e t e against other teams, but the Waterski Club also h a s the opportunity to ski with professional record holders in order to improve their skills. I Frida D e Santiago ('18)

Sailing Club is a great club o n H o p e ’s community. F r o m late A u g u s t to m i d - N o v e m b e r , a handful of students s p e n d their d a ys practicing a n d ultimately competing in n u m e r o u s competitions b e t w e e n other sailing t e a m s in the area. Overall, the sailing t e a m h a d a wonderful season, with their top finishes included 4th Overall at the B u c k e y e Invitational at O h io State, 2 n d Overall at the St. J o s e p h Regatta, a n d 1st a n d 3rd Overall at the E m m a Biagioni Memorial Regatta at H o p e College. I S e l e n a Quintanilla (’19)

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ULTiMqNiqCe> Ultimate Frisbee is a n intense crossover b e t w e e n frisbee, soccer, football, a n d basketball. This sport has b e e n gaining popularity throughout college c a m p u s e s all over the United States. A n d while this s e e m s like all fun a n d g a m e s , this sport requires intense dedication a n d self control. Like a n y other sport, these students put blood, sweat, a n d tears into it, with practices flexible e n o u g h to w o r k around. A n d tournaments keep t h e m busy, traveling a r ou n d to at least 5 every year. O n e of the greatest things about Ultimate Frisbee is this: a n y o n e is w e l c o m e to join! A s long as y o u love staying active a n d are a t e a m player, this could be the place for you. I Se le n a Quintanilla ('19)

qll Pretty m u c h a n y o n e w h o has ever o w n e d a b o o k or taken a walk outside k n o w s about Harry Potter. Harry Potter is a 7-book series that follows a b o y w h o discovers his ability a n d true love for magic, wizardry, a n d a m o n g other things - Quidditch. A n d though w e are not wizards, us m u g g l e s like to participate as weji-r|fhich is w h y w e h a v e our very o w n Quidditch team. A group of dedicated students, in their s p a p time, d o m e together a n d play this sport that is the d r e a m of m a n y . T h e H o p e College Quidditch T e a m i v e n c o m p e t e s in tournaments. But m o r e than a n y of the tournaments they win or skills they gain, they are/creating lifelong friendships. I S e le n a Quintanilla ('19)

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W o m e n ' s Issues Organization is all about the e m p o w e r m e n t of w o m e n ! Discussing big topics facing w o m e n Ihese days, this organization focuses o n h o w w o m e n c a n o v e r c o m e obstacles a n d reach their full potential.They Dften host events every year highlighting the a c c o m p l i s h m e n t s of w o m e n all over the world, allowing a voice for Jhose w h o feel like they don't h a v e one. W I O is dedicated to educating the college c o m m u n i t y to b e c o m e a w a r e â–Ąf the difficulties w o m e n face in local a n d global communities, a n d to help w o r k towards a world in which all ceople are treated equally. I S e le n a Quintanilla ('19) 128

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Greta Nyboer (’19), Mackenzie Longhead (’19), and Caroline Pinn (’1 9) bond at the h.

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D o y o u lov^mking, rp:k climbing, a n d hanging out with other outdoorsy folk? O u t d o o r Adventure Club has got your back. M e e u n g throughout the year, this group provides opportunities for recreation with your friends. This year kicked off with a hike to the b e a c h andaetting i m m e r s e d in the waters of picturesque L a k e Michigan a s the s u n set. S o u n d s pretty^great, h u h ? O r d a k e a look at those rock walls. It’s a great w a y to m o v e u p in the world. I Miranda Craig \

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Christin Bothe ('17)' C a m p u s Ministries

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(As told b y Milestone Staffers...) While there is not a n active Y o g a Club o n c a m p u s this year, the Milestone Y e a r b o o k staff is here to help y o u out! H e r e are s o m e relaxed y o g a p o s e s y o u c a n d o w h e n that never-ending pile of h o m e w o r k is getting yo u d o wn . I M iranda Craig ('19)

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Hope kicks for touch, gaining field position. If balance Is w h a t y o u ’re looking for, try the tree pose! Pull one leg u p and place foot against your opposite thigh. If y o u can’t get your foot u p that high, pressing against your calf is o k a y too! Just avoid pressing on the inside of your knee. W h e n y o u ’v e gained your balance hold your hands in front of y o u like you're praying and stand tall!

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W a n t to stretch out? The child's pose starts as sitting on your knees, then y o u bend with your face toward the floor and reach as far as y o u can with your arms. T r y going deep in this position!

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2015 This year's R u g b y t e a m h a d a successful run, falling short in only t w o of their m a t c h e s during the season. R u g b y is a social g a m e with a large e m p h a s i s on the importance of the team. Junior Le e Keinath says of his experience o n the team, "All the talent in the world won't take y o u a n y w h e r e without your t e a m m a t e s . W e h a d a lot of really athletic g u y s o n our t e a m this year, from sprinters on the track team, to unbelievable kickers from playing soccer in high school. W e w e r e fortunate to c o m e together a s a team, a n d p u s h e a c h other to b e better o n the field. T h e hard w o r k a s a t e a m p u s h e d us to b e successful." Congratulations o n a great 2 0 1 5 a n d here's to a n e v e n better 2 0 1 6 for our R u g b y m e n ! I A b b y E m e r s o n ('16) 132

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fi/e. &iX. ^eVeN. E« S a c r e d D a n c e can be founc^performinkat H o p e College C h ap e l services, or at churches a n d events in the local Holland community. B u l m o r e importantly, they c a n b e found hanging out together, s h a t o g fellowship a n d faith, a n d learning m o r e about w h a t it m e a n s to worship through m o v e m e n t . Their group meetings involve not only d a n c e practice, but time spent in the W o rd , in prayer, a n d in fellowship. " W think J e s u s a n d d a n c e are a great combiÄlfön, a n d a w h ol e lot of furfl" -Jordan D e n n e n ('16). T h e group focuses o n sharing the gifts of faith a n d dancing with all around them, a n d d o so b y working as a group to build e a c h other up. With over 5 0 years of legacy here at Hope, S a c r e d D a n c e is a n important e x a m p l e of faith within the H o p e College community. I Aleksändra M a s i a k ('17)

A m e r i c a n Sign L a n g u a g e is truly a n art form. Especially for those w h o participate in Silent Praise. Silent Praise is a n organization on c a m p u s that uses A m e r i c a n Sign L a n g u a g e as a m e d i u m to worship G o d. Along with participating in chapel from time to time, they often g o to other churches in the area to perform. Meeting every S unday, It is an a m a z i n g experience for those w h o wish to learn h o w to praise the Lord in a n e w language. I Selena Quintanilla ('19) Members from Sacred Dance after performing at a Hope Coffee House,

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EquiFfep H o p e United for Justice strives to create a s p a c e w h e r e students c a n U n d e r s t a n d a n d begin to a p pr o a c h social justice issues. T h r o u g h education, conversation a n d e m p o w e r m e n t , m e m b e r s are e n c o u r a g e d to e n g a g e with these important issues a n d raise a w a r e n e s s about t h e m within the H o p e College c o m m u n i t y a n d beyond, W h i t n e y Velthouse, a group leader, says of the idea behind the group, "Although social justice issues s e e m to be very overwhelming a n d s o m e t i m e s hopeless, every person c a n m a k e a n impact through learning about the conflict a n d raising a w a r e n e s s in their social groups." H U J is equipping its m e m b e r s to consider faith a n d justice as they reason with important social issues. I Aleksandra M a s i a k ('17) 134

Members of Hope United for Justice representing World Peace D a y on Hope's campus. 135


O p e n l y Discussing H u m a n Sexuality

Alex Swain 016), E m m a Fondeil (’16), E v a n Johnson C16), Jennifer Wolfe and Nicole Ladd (16) together in their T"

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fl N e W CrtqffeR G R A C E S is a recent addition to H o p e College's c a m p u s as of February 2015. T h e group w a s f o rm e d to discuss a n d learn about the various issues a n d facets of h u m a n sexuality. G R A C E S w e l c o m e s a variety of perspectives a n d h o p e s to create greater understanding a n d respect for various opinions about the s o m e t i m e s difficult a n d often divisive issues of h u m a n sexuality in a safe environment. T h e group uses Intergroup Dialogue, which is a form of discussion targeted at not proving right or wrong, but instead fosters understanding about w h e r e others c o m e from. Participants retain the f r e e d o m to m a k e u p their o w n mind, but by genuinely listening to o n e another, dissolve the polarization that c a n surround s u ch discussions of sexuality. Alex S w a i n ('16), an executive board m e m b e r states that " W e h o p e that by learning both about h u m a n sexuality in factual contexts a n d from personal contexts, w e as students will b e able to e n g a g e in respectful a n d o p e n discourse both at H o p e a n d b e y o n d in the 'real' world." I Carolyn Ellis ('18)

Children’s After School Achievement

Jessica Moore Cl 8) and her C A S A student study over a quick snack

C A S A students and tutors gather for the end of the semester Christmas party.

flcrfieViN<rTrie füTüRe C A S A stands for Children's After School Achievements. This p r o g r a m is for the purpose of helping elementary students w h o are struggling so that they m a y get the o n e o n o n e attention they n e e d to be successful. B e y o n d that, the p r o g r a m is for the at risk youth in the c o m m u n i t y of Holland. This helps the students in b a d situations so that they c a n get the extra love a n d attention they n e e d to b e successful for n o w a n d in the future. C A S A w a s f ounded in 1 9 8 7 a n d h a s helped the youth in the c o m m u n i t y since then. T h er e are tutoring p r o g r a m s that occur throughout the normal school year, a n d are M o n d a y through T h u r s d a y from three o ’ clock to five o ’ clock. C A S A also offers a six w e e k long s u m m e r school p r o g r a m for grade 1-5. T h e s e s u m m e r p r o g r a m s helps the learning of the students w h o are academically challenged to k e e p up their progress s o they d o not fall behind w h e n the next school year starts.Even better yet, this p r o g r a m is absolutely free for the students of the community, so a n y student is able to get the help they n e e d to b e able to succeed. I Ch lo e Caltrider ('19)

1 think this g r o u p scratches a n itch the H o p e C o m m u n i t y h a s h a d for m a n y y e a r s n o w to h a v e a space to share our understanding of sexuality in a respectful environment," - E v a n J o h n s o n C 16) ' W e h a v e this place provided n o w to talk a b o u t sexuality in all its fluid a n d beautiful parts." ' E m m a Fondell ('16) E v a n Johnson ('16), Benedict Fils'Alme ('15), Julia N e w m a n Cl 7), and Alex Swain ('16) hold u p shirts m a d e for the Clothesline Project. 136

Students and tutors gather at the closing assembly where they prepare for the next semester.

Pachel Taylor (’17) watches over her C A S A student as she works. 137


H o p e ’s A s i a n P e r s p e c t i v e A s s o c i a t i o n LeTi> C o M e T o g e T t f e R ? H A P A is an organization o n c a m p u s that allows us to b roaden our horizions to different cultures all over the H o p e C o m m u n i t y . H A P A provides a large a m o u n t of events e a c h year, from bowling night to a Halloween celebratioon to a Asian Heritage w e e k that provides students that opportunity to try authentic Asian food from all over the world. H A P A , as it says in their missior statement, is looking to eliminate bias anc stereotypes that develop from fear. Quintanilla ('19)

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Jubilee J a c k s o n ('19) rocking out!

CuUuRe gNt^jeRTte Black Student Union is an organization that unites p e op l Ä ^ f color all over H o p e College's c a m p u s . Providing multiple events throughout the year, it's a gllaSplace to c o m e together a n d explore the different cultures that w e s t e m from while being in a safe a n d supportivkenviornment to d o so. B S U strives to create a n environment in which Black culture a n d heritage will b e visible^and accessible to fellow students, thereby opening a n a v e n u e for understanding, learning, a n d appreciation, k s t e p towards eliminating biases from fear, stereotypes, a n d intolerance, a s said in their constitution. P e o p l ^ f r o m all races are w e l c o m e to join to appreciate the differences in all of us! IS e l e n a Quintanilla ('ll)

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Bible studies are all oyer c a m p u s , h a pp e n i n g every night of every day. R u n by c a m p u s ministries, bible studies are a great w a y to get closer to G o d while furthering your education. B e c k y J o D o w n i n g ('18) runs a bible sturdy a n d s a ys that,/"it's b e e n a super great w a y to m e e t m o r e girls a n d form a c o m m u n i t y l ^ F o r m i n g a f e w w A s after the start of e a c h semester, it's a n amazing, w a y to glorify G o d a n d get a rich experience of testimonies all around c a m p u s { all while still having afsupport s y st e m during the school year. I S e li f a Quintanilla ('19) Celebrating their unique cultures!

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Students gather In the Pine grove (circa 1970).

T w o students walk to class on a rainy d a y (circa 1960).

Part of the class of 1916. (1972). FailureLab taught students that growth can be a product of failure

D a n a e Frost ('16) and friend wordsearching it up over Family Weekend!

C°NNecfiN<f DuTcrfMeN °LD gNp NeW Student A m b a s s a d o r s w o r k s out of both the Alumni & Student D e v e l o p m e n t Offices. This group of students a i ms to connect with different alumni a n d bridge the g a p b e t w e e n students a n d alumni. T h e y w o r k o n events like Failure Lab, H o m e c o m i n g W e e k e n d a n d Alumni W e e k e n d . T h e Student A m b a s s a d o r s also e n co u r a g e professional a n d leadership d e v e l o p m e n t through Strengths Quest, networking opportunities a n d collaborating with other groups o n c a m p u s . T h e group is c o m p o s e d of 3 0 students (15 m a l e s a n d 15 females) w h o c o m e from every inch o n c a m p u s . Student A m b a s s a d o r President, D a n a e Frost says of the group, "In m y opinion, we're really the m o s t diverse group o n c a m p u s . W e seriously c o m e from every walk of life a n d are all very involved in other groups too, which m a k e s for a really d y n a m i c a n d fun environment. I Olivia Skatrud (2017) Students gather to complete a group project (1966).

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S A C is a committee of students w h o plan a n d organize a variety of weekly events for the student body. T h e S A C c o mmittee consists of the students w h o brainstorm a n d put o n events ranging from m o v i e nights to the hypnotist to Failure Lab. A s well as committing to weekly meetings, the S A C m e m b e r s c o m m i t to running a n d organizing this week, but d o it as their passion, rather than as their job. This year has b e e n a little different, as the c o mmittee h a s g r o w n m u c h larger with the absorption of Hope's Concert Series into in the organization as a sub-committee. This addition h a s m e a n t that this year's m e m b e r s h a v e h a d a lot of adjustments to m a k e , but according to the S A C Director Claire Leitzen ('16), "the current m e m b e r s h a v e b e e n such a big help during the w h o l e process a n d h a v e m a d e the organization better than ever. T h e m e m b e r s are very driven a n d passionate about serving the student b o d y which m a k e s the Director job very easy. W e love S A C a n d h o w it positively influences our c a mpus!" # H O P E S A C I Aleksandra M a s i a k ('17)

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R u d y Metellus 016), Jocabed Garduno (’16), and Micah Cargala 016) enjoy authentic Mexican food during Dia de los Muertos .

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Li>° Life T h e Latino Student Organization is a group at H o p e that a n y o n e c a n join, a n d is dedicated to helping m e m b e r s g r o w professionally a n d personally! L S O also s e e k s to s h o w c a s e the diversity of Latino culture with a s m u c h authenticity a s possible, so students at H o p e c a n experience a n d learn m o r e about e a c h others' traditions, food, a n d heritage. This year L S O hosted a n event for Dia d e los M uertos a n d a d a n c e in the Kletz, as well a s other events. According to D i an a Cortes (’18), the current president, L S O is unique b e c a u s e " A n y o n e a n d e v eryone c a ^ x o m e to our events! W e love to get to k n o w people!" I Miranda Craig ('19)

y o u r ev e n t s create c o m m u n i t y o n c a m p u s , a n d being able to do t h a t together w i t h a close-knit team." -Jessica W h i t e ('17), SAC Member

The entire S A C team comes together at the annual retreat. Students groa>ve in the K k t z at the I CO danca 142

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Laurel Sutherin (16) laughs as Emilie DeFrain struggles to open cream puffs.

Chloe Caltrider (19) works on her yearbook pages during production night.

We fl/RTIe q&0ürY°u In the dark a n d d a ng e r o u s depths of Dewitt lies the Milestone Y e a r b o o k office, w h e r e the staff c o n v e n e e a c h week. While y o u sit in the Kletz studying for classes a n d guzzling energy drinks, they huddle together to discuss the fate of... well... the yearbook. T h e r e are s n e a k y candid photos to b e taken, articles to be written about clubs they've never heard of before, a n d a w h o l e lot of athletes to be identified through F a c e b o o k stalking. A m o n g other things, Milestone h a s production nights w h e n p a g e s are due. O n these nights there is pizza, playful banter b e t w e e n coworkers, a n d the watching of c h e e s y Y o u T u b e videos. S o m e h o w the p a g e s get done, edited, a n d pulled together into a nostalgic (and heavy) b o o k which has obviously reached your hands. F r o m scary b a s e m e n t to student, the b o o k is about you. Enjoy! I Miranda Craig ('19)

The yearbook staff gathers for their weekly W ednesday meeting. 144

Some of the yearbook staff gather to take a group photo during production night.

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T h e A n c h o r is the n e w s source o n c a m p u s that allows students to "read all about it." T h e A n c h o r is completely student-run a n d n o n profit. Staffers cover everything from on c a m p u s e v e n t e t a , world n e w s . . . T h e A n c h o r s e e k s tcfe m p l o y a diverse group of students with varied skills a n d interests. T h e A n c h o r s e el s to b e a publication independent of H o p e administration while maintaining a positive, working relationsn^with them. T h e A n c h o r h o p e s t h a H h r o u g h printing current a n d relevant n e w s they will be able to c r e a t e o p e n dialogu#within the c a m p u s community. Production M a n a g e r Sophie G u e t z k o ('16) says, "being o n staff this year h a s o e e n the best division of m y H o p e career. It's worth the 6 p m - 2 a m production nights; getting ink o n m y handshshirt, a n d forehead from folding newspapers; the In Design. x malfunctions a n d endless b o x e s of Kletz fries at T i T ^ p f o J t ^ s c h e e s y , but we're m o r e than a staff. We're' a family." I A b b y E m e r s o n ('16)

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O p u s is o n e of the h u g e art publications o n Hope's c a m p u s . Every s e me s t e r they h a v e a n e w edition published at a n event called T h e S o u p (upper right picture). During this e v e n people present s o m e of the w o r k s published within the literary magazine, which is free to the public.The S o u p is w h e r e talent is celebrated as are the artists b e c a u s e it took a lot of hard w o r k a n d c o ur a g e for e a c h person w h o s e pieces w e r e published to submit their pieces. O p u s is a great w a y to get involved in the art s c e n e o n c a m p u s , a n d the m a g a z i n e includes pieces of art, poetry,prose a n d m a n y more. T h e process to b e published involves a submission of the w o r k a n d then several meetings w h e r e all of the pieces are presented a n d people vote w hether or not it should b e published in that s e mesters literary magazine. T h e s e meetings are open, s o a n y o n e c a n c o m e in a n d give their input a n d discuss e a c h piece. O p u s consists of two editors in chief; Sa di n a Brott a n d Abigail Klett, a poetry editor; G r a c e H u o d e r m a n , a prose editor; Claire Schoenberger, a n d a n art editor; S a m a n t h a

Members of Club Animalia congregate at the Forest of Fear in Caledonia Michigan before dressing up.

THE zoo CHEW Club Animalia services the c o m m u n i t y a n d H o p e College students' love for animals simultaneously. T h e club satisfies m a n y different interests in the H o p e c o m m u n i t y without being restrictive to only biology majors. Although s o m e of its m e m b e r s plan to attend veterinary school after Hope, m a n y of its m e m b e r s also participate to serve the c o m m u n i t y a n d satisfy their enthusiasm for animals of all kinds. This past October, the club partnered with the H o p e College Biology Club to volunteer at Forest of Fear, a haunted attraction in Caledonia, Michigan that fundraises for the non-profit K e n t w o o d Jaycees. T h e next month, Club Animalia could b e d o u j W a t Porter Hills, a senior living c o m m u n i t y in G r a n d Rapids with their Z oo-2-U program. Z o o- 2 - U M h o s animals from the H o p e College Animal M u s e u m to local schools or other p r o g r a m s for ^tjcational benefit. Just in time for finals in both D e c e m b e r a n d May, Club Animalia brought in a multitude of therapy B o g s to offer a distraction from the stress of e x a m s . I Chandler W a r r e n (2017)

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The 2 0 1 5 - 2 0 1 6 Student Congress Staff set u p a tree in the second floor rotunda of M a r t h Miller

foRTrte <a00t> of H°re Student C o n g r e s s serves as a mediator b e t w e e n the administration a n d the student b o d y o n c a m p u s . M e m b e r s s e e k to m a k e the best decisions possible, while taking voices from both students a n d staff into consideration. M e m b e r s of C o n g r e s s are elected by peers a n d give a year-long c o m m i t m e n t to serving on staff. O u r 2 0 1 5 - 2 0 1 6 Student C o n g r e s s President A n d r e w Harrison ('16) says of his experience, "I love Student C o n g r e s s b e c a u s e of the c o m m o n denominator b e t w e e n representatives. W e all w a n t to m a k e the H o p e College c o m m u n i t y a better place. W e m a y disagree o n the best course of action, but w e h a ve never b e c o m e gridlocked to the point that w e can't m a k e a n impact or advocate for student needs," Student C o n g r e s s takes the time to discuss the important issues o n c a m p u s a n d w e are all very thankful. I A b b y E m e r s o n ('16)

Members of Congress attend a Muskegon Lumberjacks hockey g a m e together 148

Relay for life attracts teams from lots of student groups, Including Congress

Be 3 LeqDeR. Be 3 fRieNp. Be °f ^eRVSce. Alpha Phi O m e g a is a national co-ed fraternity focused o n the values of leadership, friendship, a n d service. Hope's branch m a k e s up the N u Beta chapter of the fraternity. T h e organization holds R u s h in both the Fall a n d Spring semesters, a n d w e l c o m e d 8 n e w m e m b e r s in Fall 2015. T o put its values into practice, the chapter offers m a n y semester-long leadership positions to m e m b e r s , organizes events s u ch as ice skating, apple picking, chapter dinners, a n d m o v i e nights, a n d service events like blood drives in partnership with the A m e r i c a n R e d Cross, Relay for Life, D a n c e Marathon, a n d regular volunteer opportunities with F r e e d o m Village. A s e a c h chapter of Alpha Phi O m e g a creates its o w n service model, m e m b e r s h a ve b e e n completely responsible for organizing every event the fraternity h a s put on. I Olivia Skatrud (2017)

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WrteReTrie M u i> i c I & W T H S 89.9 F M is H o p e College's student-run radio Station. T h e station b e g a n as W T A S in 1956, w h e n H o p e students Richard Brockmeier a n d Jack i Hellriegel transmitted a signal from their r o o m through the wiring of Kollen Hall. 5 0 years later, W T H S k e e p s listeners informed about activities on c a m p u s , local news, sports, current events, a n d the n e w e s t hits in alternative college music. W T H S broadcasts 2 4 hours a day, 3 6 5 d a ys a year. I Frida D e Santiago ('18)

We rtäVe g DReqM D r e a m T e a m is c o m p o s e d of students w h o run a n d plan D a n c e M a r a t h o n from all years of H o p e College. T h e students that are actively involved are very dedicated as they w o r k behind the s c e n e s to m a k e sure that D a n c e M a r a t h o n is completely c h or e o g r ap h e d a n d is the best that it c a n b e that year. M e m b e r s include the leaders of e a c h individual d a n c e m a r a t h o n committee. T h e m e m b e r s of D r e a m T e a m b o n d throughout the year at events like the H o m e c o m i n g H o e d o w n a n d o n d a y s w h e n they visit the D e V o s Children's Hospital in d o w n t o w n G r a n d Rapids. Overall, T h e D r e a m T e a m really is a d r e a m to w o r k with as they put in countless hours to m a k e sure that D a n c e M a r a t h o n is a hit. F T K (For T h e Kids)! Their hard w o r k a n d dedication m a k e D a n c e M a r a t h o n a special event for students, faculty a n d children alike!! Selena Quintanilla ‘19

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UuiSiTTeR i©>Trie Be#T M e w a N e V a n d e r p r o v is H o p e College's very o w n Improv C o m e d y team, providing free, unscripted, a n d hilarious c o m e d y s h o w s for the c a m p u s a n d greater Holland c o m m u n i t y o n c e a month. T h e t e a m is m a d e up of H o p e Students w h o audition at the beginning of the year for the current t e a m m e m b e r s . N o prior experience necessary, simply a n ability to m a k e people laugh! This year's president, senior A b b y LaBarge, says of her experience o n the team, "I never thought I w o ul d b e performing improv s h o w s for 5 0 0 people! This t e a m ha s allowed m e to m e e t s o m e of m y closest friends, a n d I'm lucky to share laughs with s u c h great people. It's b e e n s u ch a honor a n d so exciting to serve a s Vanderprov's president this year. T h e t e a m is full of a m a z i n g people w h o m a k e every practice lots of fun." I A b b y E m e r s o n (2016)

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This h a s b e e n a year of c h a n g e for H o p e College's Ballet Club. T h e group m a d e a decision to c h a n g e their annual s h o w from the traditional Nutcracker to their o w n version of Alice in Wonderland, which w a s entitled, "Wonderland". Along with the production c h a n g e c a m e n e w choreographies, costumes, a n d music. T h e group offered weekly ballet classes with differing types of music, ranging from 8 0 s to a Disney theme. T h e Ballet Club also participated in s o m e other events throughout the semester, such a s live-streaming the Alvin Ailey A m e r i c a n D a n c e Theater at the Lincoln Center. Overall, it h a s b e e n a year of growth a n d m e t a m o r p h o s i s in the best w a y s possible. I Chandler W a r r e n (2017)

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BufTT q M°Ve T h e Hip H o p Club h a s h a d a n eventful 2 0 1 6 - 2 0 1 7 school year. T h e club prides itself o n providing a fun a n d encouraging a t m o s p h e r e in which experienced a n d beginning dancers, alike:f c a n get active a n d dance. T h e club m e t every T u e s d a y evening to learn a chor e o g r ap h y from Hip H o p A n o n y m o u s , a student-led hip h o p team. E a c h week, a different m e m b e r of Hip H o p A n o n y m o u s w a s given a n opportunity to choreograph a routine. Outside of Hip H o p lop A n o n y m o u s also performed round c a m p u s ~ ; a U h e student dance, D a n c e Marathiaj^Relay 4 Life, and the Arts & Humanities Day. T h e group experienced a n influx of m e m b e r s thfsyear and looks forward to v\diat1fTefuture will Dring. I C h a n t f e r W a r r e n (2017)

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Photo by: S y d n e y Enloe ('19) Ariana Bratt ('19) s h o w i n g off her skills! L e F ^ <5eT Choral E n s e m b l e s is a wonderful w a y to find a passion that is right for you! Singing, m e n a n d w o m e n from H o p e college spread the p o w e r of music. T h e Choral e n s e m b l e s w e r e organized in 1 9 2 9 a n d b e g a n touring annually in 1953. In addition to touring extensively in the United States a n d C a n a d a , the Choir h a s toured E u ro p e six times, m o s t recently in France a n d the N e t h e r l a n d s ^ Ä : I S ^ ~ p | ^ g § % | | ^ t o ^ a u i e j d _ S o u t h Africa. With so m a n y w a y s to spread song, the possibilities are e n dl e s s l TS e l e na Quintanilla ('19)

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For those students interested in the string instruments, the H o p e College music department offers two opportunities in Orchestra. T h e 80-person Orchestra is o p e n to majors a n d non-majors both, a n d the 32-person S y m p h o n e t t e is c h o s e n from a m o n g the m e m b e r s of the Orchestra. Both groups get to play a wide variety music styles a n d pieces, a n d get a very g o o d experience playing their instrument. T h e S y m p h o n e t t e gets s o m e very interesting opportunities, including s o m e a little farther from Hope, especially o n their annual tour. Both Orchestras are conducted by Dr. Christopher F a sh u n , 4 /h o is in his first here at Hope, a n d also acts as a guest conductor for other^ groups in his spare time. I Aleksandra f Ik (’17)

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T h e H o p e College C h a p e l Choir w a s organized in 1 9 2 9 aoffias b e e n a staple o n c a m p u s ever since. T h e choir is m a d e u p of forty of Hope's very best vocalists, m a k i n g it the premier choir e n s e m b l e o n c a m p u s . In addition to performing focthe student b o d y o n various o c c a s i o n ^ they are featured in Hope's V e s p e r s service a n d tou| a r o u n d ^ h e U.S.A. e a c h year. T h e 2 0 1 6 C h ap e ! Choir T o ur took participants to a f e w locatioj^ in Michigan a s well as N e w Y o rk a n d N e w Jersey. S o p h o m o r e J onathan Bading says of his^ljerience with the choir, "To b e a m e m b e r of C h ap e l Choir is to b e a part of o n e of the greatest forms C o m m u n i t y available to a n individual, that is, c o m m u n i t y with the collective desjre to create transcendent art. This, first a n d foremost, is the chief e n d of chapel choir, to create beautiful art; Excellent friendship naturally follows s u c h a process" I A b b y E m e r s o n (JIG) . The Hope College W i n d Ensemble

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AND NEWTRLEMT^ T h e H o p e College m u si c department also h a s t w o opportunities for students w h o are interested in being part of a b a n d in their time here. H o p e features both a Concert Band, a n d a W i n d E n s e m b l e for those w h o are looking for a higher level of c o mm i t m e nt . T h e H o p e College W i n d E n s e m b l e is the premier wind group on c a m p u s . T h e y not only get to perform at concerts such a s the D e V o s S h o w c a s e a n d a traditional Halloween concert, they also got the c h a n c e to g o o n tour as a group for Spring Break, stopping for concerts along the w a y in places s u ch as Illinois a n d Wisconsin. Both b a n d s are directed by Dr. Daniel " G ab e " Southard, w h o is also active as a professional flute player in his spare time. I Aleksandra M a s i a k ('17) 157


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M e n' s golf c o a c h e d by B o b Ebels h a s led a n impressive s e a s o n claiming 1st place at the M I A A J a m b DefiNiIeiy N ö f hosted by A l m a College a n d the M I A A j a m b o r e e hosted by Adrian College. Junior W i nt o n Mu n c h ' s 3 ­ T h e Flying Dutch held a n impeccable s e a s o n under the w i s d o m of H e a d C o a c h G r e g Staff6 T » | g e w o m e n 7 0 earned him the medalist honors a n d led H o p e to a first place finish at the Calyin Spring Invitational. M earned 8 first places this s e a s o n including the Olivet T o ur n a m e nt , Calvin & Wisconsin-Whitewafer R M s i d e DIN a n d s o p h o m o r e K a d e H o e k s e m a joined the group of only 5 H o p e golfers to receive All-MIAA First T e a m Invitational, a n d the M I A A J a mb o r e e 's at Olivet, K a l a m a z o o , Bedford Valley C C , Wellesley S B invite, Trii honors for at least 3 times during their careers. M u n c h a v e r a g e d 75.1 strokes per eight lepgue jamborees, Spring Invitational, a n d Calvin, North Central, Illinois & W h e a t o n . T h r e e H o p e w o m e n ' s golfers e a rn e d All­ which is the 5th lowest a verage of the M I A A golfers this Fall. H o e k s e m a placed 6th a m o n g M I A A golfers with Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association First T e a m H o n o r s for the 2 0 1 5 season. Junior Britni G e ^ ^ ^ n # t o ^ 7 5 . 4 average. For M u n c h , "I think a major part of the reason I think this is the greatest t e a m to b e a part of s o p h o m o r e M e g a n Klintworth both claimed all-league recognition for the s e c o n d consecutive season. s is the brotherhood that y o u put your time a n d life into. College is the time for e v eryone to g r o w a s a person a n d S o p h o m o r e Nichole M e y e r got her first All-MIAA recognition. S o m e of the traditions the t e a m shares is p r a s w i g r o w up toifttae a dult yo u w e r e m e a n t to be. S o w h e n I c a m e here as a freshman, I w a s thrown into a varsity with their c o a c h e s before they g o out a n d compete. For Gelow, "praying before w e g o out puts m e in a g o o a j t e a m of 4 juniors w h o b e c a m e m y big brothers a n d took m e u n de r their wings until they graduated, learning mindset that G o d is going to b e with m e during m y round. O u r c o a c h always says before a t o ur nament T m asx about life a n a golf a n d could g o to t h e m for anything. N o w that I a m the oldest o n the varsity team, I h a v e 3 nervous a s a cat with a long tail in a r o o m full of rocking chairs,' but he's never nervous. H e just says it to get f r e s h m a p l m d a s o p h o m o r e that I c a n n o w take under m y wings a n d b e a big brother for them; just as the 4 us to laugh a n d relax. W e h a v e just a great t e a m environment." I Carolyn Ellis ('18) juniors;.were for me." I Carolyn Ellis (’18) \ 160

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fÜflNG T o H I W riEISKT# T h e H o p e W o m e n ' s S o cc e r T e a m lived u p to their reputation as the Flying Dutch this season, a s they soared a 10-0 start. T h e t e a m w a s a real m i x e d b a g of experience a n d youth, with fourteen of the twenty-eight w o m e n roster being freshmen. M a n y f r e s h m e n m a d e a n immediate impact, as the t e a m h a d graduated 7 seniors in M a y 2015. Despite half of the s q u a d being c o m p o s e d of freshmen, there r e mained a high respect for the upperclassmen. F r e s h m a n midfielder, Rylie Dalton, said of the leadership, "I will r e m e m b e r h o w hard the seniors w o r k e d at practice a n d in every g a m e . Also h o w m u c h love they h a d for the sport a n d the team. T h e y will b e greatly missed." T h e Flying Dutch m a d e it to the final of the M I A A T o u r n a m e n t before having their s e a s o n e n d e d by the Calvin Knights. This t e a m will b e r e m e m b e r e d for their love of the g a m e a n d support for o n e another. It truly w a s a family a w a y from h o m e for n e w c o m e r s a n d seniors, alike. I C h andler W a r r e n ('17)

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N s r ^ u u r fon Every time the H o p e M e n' s S o c c e r t e a m takes the field, they bring a level of intensity to V a n Andel S t ad i u m that radiates through the stands. L e d by the infamous D e w Crew, the c r o w d spurs t h e m on in pursuit of victory. N e w this year, fifteen f r e s h m a n helped c o m p o s e a t e a m of twenty-five. S o c c e r at the next level w a s a c c o m p a n i e d by its challenges a n d triumphs. Ho ur s u p o n hours of grueling practices only partially prepared t h e m for the u p p e d expectations of college soccer. For m a n y , seniority prevented t h e m from seeing a n y g a m e action, but that did not prevent t h e m from sharing in the excitement of the season. H o p e earned a berth to the M I A A T o u r n a m e n t at the e n d of the s e a s o n with a record of 9-9-1. T h e y lost in a heart breaking g a m e to the rival Calvin Knights, but that only fuels their motivation for next season. Despite the abrupt e n d to the season, the rivalry with Calvin a n d that final g a m e helped to c e m e n t the t e a m into o n e unit in pursuit of victory next season. I C h andler W a r r e n (’17)

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This year, from fields all over, a group of strong a n d dedicated D u t c h m e n c o n v e r g e d in R a y & S u e Smith Stadium. O n e unique part of the 2 0 1 5 - 2 0 1 6 t e a m w a s the fact that the t e a m w a s not h o m e to eleven quarterbacks. According to Z ebulon B r o e r s m a ('19), "Playing college football w a s a big c h a n g e from high school. T h e g a m e picked u p quite a bit, a n d it w a s great getting to k n o w e v eryone o n the team." A s e a s o n highlight w a s the 48-13 win against Concordia, w h e n the Flying D u t c h m e n w a l k e d off the field triumphant.This year, h e a d c o a c h D e a n Kreps stepped d o w n from his position leading the team. T h e t e a m as well as the H o p e College c o m m u n i t y w o ul d like to thank him for his hard w o r k leading the t e a m for the last 3 0 seasons. President K n a p p states, "The H o p e College c o m m u n i t y is grateful to C o a c h Kreps for his dedication to our student-athletes a n d his stewardship of our football program". I M iranda Craig (‘19) 165


Vanessa Reynhout ('19) goes for the block as Katie Rietberg (19) and Haley Muller ('18) wait at the ready.

Vanessa Reynhout ('19) spikes the ball against Albion at a h o m e match.

You 4 u§>T <a°T ©»eR/eD? T h e 2 0 1 5 girls volleyball t e a m h a d a great year! T h e Flying Dutch finished the s e a s o n with a 24-6 record after m a k i n g their 13th a p p e a r a n c e in the N C A A T o ur n ament. C o a c h B e c k y S c hm i d t stated, "Despite the result, I'm very proud of this t e a m a n d the w a y they represent Hope." H o p e received a n invitation to the N C A A Division III T o u r n a m e n t after posting a 24-6 record during the regular s e a s o n a n d finishing runner-up in the Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association to Calvin College. Despite their losses, the girl's volleyball t e a m played another great season. G o Flying Dutch! I Frida D e Santiago ('18)

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T h e w o m e n ' s a n d m e n ' s s w i m m i n g t e a m under the leadership of H e a d S w i m m i n g a n d Diving C o a c h J o h n Patnott a n d Assistant C o a c h e s Caroline H a n n e m a , Austin Veltman, a n d Diving C o a c h Z a c h Golin held another record shattering season. T h e t e a m claimed 3rd place at the M I A A relays, 2 n d at the M I A A C h a m p i o n s h i p s hosted at Calvin College, a n d 21st place at the N C A A Division III C h a m p i o n s h i p s in North Carolina. B e t w e e n both the m e n ' s a n d w o m e r V ^ w i m m i n g a n d diving teams, 8 H o p e college s w i m m e r s a n d divers h a v e e a rn e d All-MichiganJoiercollegiate Athletic Association honors for the 2 0 1 5 - 1 6 season. Senior S a r a h Sheridan e a rn e d the M I Ä A M o s t Valuable Diver honors for the 3rd consecutive time this season. S h e claimed the 1- a n d 3 - meter diving titles for the 3rd time as well. Sheridan is the 3rd m e m b e r of t h e Q g j n g Dutch to recfflL 3 consecutive M V P honors, following D a w n Hoving N o o r m a n (1992-94) a r ^ S h e l l § S u s s ^ ^ h a f e r (1987-89). Senior Klare Northuis took 3rd in the 5 0 freestyle a n d 4th in th g J f Q freestylegSenior Jorgie W a t s o n earned a M I A A title in the 2 0 0 L .breaststroke a n d runner u p in the 1 0 0 breaststroke. Junior Molly M e y e r set an M I A A a n d school record in the 2 0 0 w '^ a s w im °f 2siliWffes a n d 1.61 seconds. T h e w o m e n in a n d out of the pool remain c l o s ^ a n d d o otheFd^ivities s u ch as the tradition of Trunt: a t h e m e d s c a v e n g e r hunt around c a m p u s . S w i m m i n g isn't simply a n athletic t e a m to the w o m e n , but a family. I Carolyn Ellis ('18) 168

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T h e m e n' s s w i m m i n g a n d diving t e a m led another incredible season. T h e m e n ' s t e a m landed 3rd place at the M I A A C h a m p i o n s h i p s hosted at Calvin College. O f the 8 H o p e college s w i m m e r s a n d divers to earn All-Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association honors, D u n c a n M a c L e a n ('16) finished runner-up in the 1,650 freestyle, placed 3rd in the 5 0 0 freestyle final, a n d sixth in the 2 0 0 freestyle. J e a n Luc Miralda ('17) claimed his first M I A A c h am p i o n sh i p placing first in the 3-meter diving, a n d finished runner u p in the 1-meter diving. According to Senior D u n c a n M a c L e a n , the s w i m m i n g a n d diving t e a m is "unique b e c a u s e of our closeness, y o u don't s e e a lot of other sports t e a m s hanging out a n d being with e a c h other s o m u c h in the off season. All of m y closest friends are g u y s o n the team, the people I see everyday don't c h a n g e at all w h e m the s e a s o n e n d s in February." Other traditions the t e a m ha s is the annual c a m p i n g trip, Christmas break training, sledding with T h e Balto, a n d the A n c h o r tattoo y o u can se e being sported o n their right shoulder. It u s e d to b e w h e n a g u y m a d e nationals they w e r e allowed to get the tattoo. N o w since national cuts h a v e gotten a lot faster, the g u y s still w a n t e d the tattoo to carry on the tradition. It is n o w a s y m b o l of t e a m unity a n d a n y o n e to get it to s h o w their c o mm i t m e n t . M a c L e a n got his after his s o p h o m o r e year season, "It is s o mething I will cherish forever a n d will always remind m e of the a w e s o m e time in a n d out of the pool with m y team." I Carolyn Ellis ('18)


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Trie FüfNfr pülcri engages the crowd. " W e are tr u l y a family. W e t a k e our relationships outside of practica W e eat t o c ^ t h m ^ w ^ ext e a c h other c o nstantly a n d w e spend Luhe^together doing f u n activities; W e Tyler Gast ('19), Courtney Willhite (19), E v a n T h o m a s ('1 and Kelli Battistone (’16) strike a pose.

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T h e cheer t e a m fires u p the c r o w d a n d the Flying Dutch o n both the football field a n d the basketball court. This years s q u a d w a s c o a c h e d by Alex Stradal a n d captains Kelli Battistone ('16) a n d C J Smith ('16). Michelle Eriksson ('19) explains that " w h e n y o u join cheerleading, y o u automatically feel accepted into the group. E v e r y o n e o n the t e a m is loving a n d caring." Cindy Alexander ('17) joined cheerleading b e c a u s e s h e loved her t e a m in high school a n d "it w a s always a n a m a z i n g outlet for a n y stress a c cu m ulated while studying, as well as a support s y s t e m w h e n I b e c a m e o v er w h e l me d . This continues to b e m y experience here at H o pe . M y t e a m is like m y family here a n d I get to share in their e x p e r i ^ ^ ^ at H o p e as well." This year h a d a very m e m o r a b l e m o m e n t for senior Kelli Battistone. O n senior nigt B a l t i s t o n ^ o o k e d u p into the stands to s e e t h e m o v e r c r o w d e d with her friends a n d family. It w a s cole a n d rainy a n d sh e told t h e m it w a s alright for t h e m to leave, but they all assured her that they wanted^ stay n o m a f e r h o w nasty the w e at h e r got, so s h e returned to the field. After the national anthem, s o m e o n e w r a p p e d Battiston in h u g from behind, a n d s h e turned a r o u n d to find her boyfriend Davion standing d o w n o n the field. S h e gently hit him with her p o m - p o m a n d told h i m to get off of the field b e c a u s e h e w a s going to get her in trouble. H e then said,"Kelli, r e m e m b e r a year a g o w h e n I said the ^rson I w a s going to date w o ul d b e the last?" Davion then p r o c e e d e d to propose. Battistone note?: "six m o n t h s later, that d a y still d o e s not s e e m real, but I cannot imagine a m o r e perfect d a y a n d I could not b e m o r e excited to marry m y best friend!" I Carolyn Ellis (’18)

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Fe> ALL AB°ür EffoftT "It's all about effort," is w h a t Senior a n d T e a m Captain M a u r a M c A f e e said after s h e m a d e it to the milestone m a r k of 1,000 career rebounds, the first w o m e n ' s player to m a k e that achievement. That is just o n e of m a n y honors for this year's W o m e n ' s Basketball t e a m to b e celebrating, as they c a n also boast Conference C h a m p i o n s in the regular s e a s o n a n d in the tournament, as well as three H o p e y s a w a r d e d to the team. It w a s definitely a s e a s o n full of successes. Of this season, M c A f e e says, "Our t e a m w a s able to o v e r c o m e a series of adversities including several injuries to key players. W e never u s e d that as an e x c u s e a n d w e continued to play with energy a n d passion everyday." I Aleksandra M a s i a k ('17)

orite part of p l a y i n g w i t h t e a m w a s t h e love a n d passiono n e s h a r e d for t h e g a m e , gijpfery single d a y b r o u g h t a n e w allenge to this t e a m a n d w e took t h e a d o n e v e r y time. It w a s 1 4 girls w h o loved a n d cared for e a c h other t h r o u g h o u t th e entire season," - A u t u m n A n d e r s o n (’16)

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fl Y e s R / ^ R T r i e B ° o K # T h e M e n' s Basketball g a m e s are always a staple of a n y year at H o p e College. With D e w C r e w all d e c k e d out in their bright orange, singing a n d doing the "roller coaster", the a t m o s p h e r e never fails to b e charged. Students will sit in lines for hours just to get a ticket, especially to the Hope-Calvin rivalry g a m e s . This year's M e n ' s Basketball t e a m h a d a great season, finishing the year a s the M I A A regular s e a s o n champions, a n d with only t w o losses o n their record. Captain B e njamin G a r d n e r ('16) said, "Overall, it w a s a successful season. W e h a d a n experienced t e a m with great coaches." T h e r e w a s another piece of big local n e w s associated with this season, w h e n H o p e College officially got its 100th win in T h e Rivalry over Calvin College, n o w m a k i n g the all-time record b e t w e e n the schools 100-93. T h r o w in three H o p e y s o n top of that honor, a n d it m a k e s this year a pretty successful s e a s o n for the H o p e College M e n ' s Basketball team. Until next year, G o Dutch! I Aleksandra M a s i a k ('17)

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"Hope college h o c k e y is a u n i q u e sport at H o p e because of the g u y s that are i n v o l v e d W e are a tight g r o u p of g u y s w h o always work h a r d a n d fight for one another."

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<s)u#r gDD ice T h e H o p e College H o c k e y t e a m b e g a n in the 19 96 - 9 7 school year a n d ha s b e c o m e recognized nationally. T h e Flying D u t c h m a n h a v e claimed the Michigan Collegiate H o c k e y C o n f e r e n c e regular-season title six times: 2014-15, 2011-12, 2010-11,2009-10, 2007-08, a n d 2004-05. H o p e h a s also finished national runner-up in the A m e r i c a n Collegiate H o c k e y Association four times. T h r o u g h the 2 0 1 4 - 1 5 season, H o p e h a s qualified for the A C H A national tournament fourteen consecutive seasons, which is the m o s t of a n y A C H A m e m b e r . T h e D u t c h m a n h a v e also w o n the M C H C tournament c h am p i o n sh i p five times. This s e a s o n the m e n brought in

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S c h a a p ('16), "H o c k e y is a unique sport at H o p e b e c a u s e w e are s u ch a tight-knit group of guys. W e h a v e a n unexplainable b o n d which is f o r m e d by spending hours a d a y at the rink, a n d then hanging out outside the rink too." I Carolyn Ellis (‘18)

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tequeT T h e H o p e W o m e n ' s Tennis t e a m c a m e into the 2 0 1 5 - 1 6 s e a s o n off of a very successful run last year, a n d h a v e d o n e a n outstanding job of keeping the fire alive o n the court. H o p e h a s chalked u p t e a m victories as well a s individual ones, with t w o of the captains, A n n a Garcia ('16) a n d Marie H o l a w a y ('16), being n a m e d M I A A Player of the W e e k . Not only h a s the t e a m found s u cc e s s o n the court, but off of it a s well. Senior A n n a Garcia reflects o n her time a s a part of the team, saying "The best part about being o n the t e a m is k n o w i n g all of m y t e a m m a t e s always h a v e m y back. We're together almost everyday working hard a n d fighting for e a c h other during practice a n d matches, but e v e n off the court we're all pretty close a n d h a v e g o o d t e a m chemistry. W h e n I w a s a freshman, being a part of the tennis t e a m m a d e m y transition to college s o m u c h easier b e c a u s e I automatically h a d a group of girls I could always d e p e n d o n a n d turn to for anything. Every year that continues to hold true a n d I wouldn't trade m y experiences playing tennis at H o p e for anything." I A b b y E m e r s o n ('16)

i>eRViN<J up q WIN! H o p e College's 2 0 1 5 - 2 0 1 6 M e n' s Tennis t e a m h a s b e e n off to a great start this season! With 10 m e n , this t e a m h a s held o n to a conference s e a s o n of 4-1 a n d h o p e to finish 2nd. M a r k V a n d e r a H ^ p (*18) h a s nothing but g o o d w o r d s to say w h e n h e s ^ about the tennis team, "All the g u ys o n the tearKiip a really nice a n d w e get along well. T h e c o a c h e s an great too. T h e y w o r k us pretty hard a n d h a v e high expectations of us but they only w a n t the best from us." G o Dutch! I Selena Quintanilla ('19) 179


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U n d e r the faithful leadership of h e a d c o a c h Michael S c h a n h a l s a n d assistant c o a c h e s Bruce Elder a n d Chris Scheldt, the Flying D u t c h m a n ha v e led a strong s e a s o n winning 9 of 13 g a m e s with 3 left before the M I A A tournament. S o m e traditions that tie this brotherhood together is j a m m i n g to the s a m e s o n g by V e n n y O u t r a g e o u s after Overy g a m e . Taylor D e v e r ('16) notes: "one cool thing we're doing this year involves the a n ch o r stickers o n the b a c k o t ou r helmets. Every fe w w e e k s e v eryone gets a sticker to pass out to a t e a m m a t e to a c k n o w l e d g e s o m e t h i ^ ^ ^ p d they did recently, w hether it w a s a hard-working play during a g a m e , or consistently encouraging otri|rs or being a leader during practice." This year's t e a m also d r a w s its inspiration from f r e s h m a n W a d e H o ag . H o a o h a d b e e n recruited to play for the Flying D u t c h m a n before a w o r k accident left h i m paralyzed. Yet h e reüjains a n inspiration a n d source of constant support b y attending every practice a n d g a m e . H o a g receive d the 2 0 1 6 K a re n P a g e C o u r a g e A w a r d for his c o ur a g e despite o v er w h e l mi n g adversity. I Carolyn Ellis 181


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Š>PeeC)Y f g # T T h e W o m e n ' s H o p e College track t e a m is gaining credibility everywhere. A s the s e a s o n has g o n e on, the w o m e n ' s t e a m h a s d o n e better at e a c h m e e t than the previous. In the practice m e e t against Calvin the w o m e n ' s t e a m placed first in eight events. H o p e W o m e n ' s Track & Field also finished third at the 13t e a m E m o r y Classic. During the invitational at A l m a College the H o p e w o m e n ' s t e a m also placed first along with the m e n' s team. T h e w o m e n ' s t e a m beat A l m a with a w h o p p i n g 291 point while A l m a h a d 125 points. Before the outdoor season, the t e a m also c o nt e n d e d in the indoor s e a s o n w h e r e at the M I A A indoor c h am p i o n sh i p s they scored second. During that meet, four of Hope's strong female athletes earned c h a m p i o n titles. T h e t e a m is getting stronger from here, a n d is expecting m o r e titles in the future. I C h lo e Caltrider ('19)

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T h e H o p e College track t e a m is o n e of the largest t e a m s on Hope's c a m p u s . T h e t e a m started out early this year during the indoor season, a n d m a n y h a v e flourished over the months. T h e track s e a s o n will g o into M a y or J u n e d e pe n d i n g o n h o w well the t e a m does. In late April the M e n' s t e a m traveled to A l m a college for the A l m a invitational w h e r e the m e n' s t e a m took first in six events. T h e m e n' s t e a m w e n t o n to win the A l m a College Jim Cole Scottie O p e n with a score of 2 0 7 points. During the indoor s e a s o n the t e a m took sec(ph4!l^our events a n d finished fourth at the inaugural M I A A Indoor C h a m p i o n s h i p s w h e r e they c a m e in fourth place. T h e t e a m is expected to continue its u p w a r d performance as the s e a s o n continues. I C h lo e Caltrider ('19)

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T h e 2 0 1 5 - 2 0 1 6 H o p e Softball t e a m is m a d e u p of 21 w o m e n , representing e a c h grade, f r eshman through senior. With chemistry both o n a n d off the field, the t e a m ha s found themselves o n the winning side of m a n y of their g a m e s as well as the recipients of M I A A weekly a w a r d s a n d honors. Senior V a n e s s a B r o c k h o u s e credits her positive experience o n the t e a m to both her t e a m m a t e s a n d her coaches, saying, "For me , the greatest part about being a t e a m is that y o u h a v e a family. T h e softball t e a m is m y H o p e family. E v e r y o n e always h a s e a c h other’s b a ck s a n d w e w o ul d all d o anything for e a c h other. F r o m helping with h o m e w o r k to dealing with life b a c k at h o m e , w e are always there. I’v e g r o w n as a person b e c a u s e of the sport I play a n d m o r e specifically, b e c a u s e the c o a c h e s that I have. T h e y h a v e e n c o u r a g e d m e to d o m y best, but also taught m e h o w to take criticism or w h e n to admit m y faults. T h e y h a v e taught m e h o w to react to circumstances that d o n ’t always g o m y way. T h e y ’v e m a d e m e stronger." I A b b y E m e r s o n (2016)


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W°RKiN<f foRTrie C°N#rgr?r BeTTeRMer^T oj= g^eeK Life T h e PanHellenic a n d Interfraternity councils are the shining stars of G r e e k Life. T h e s e groups of m e n a n d w o m e n c o mprised of a representative from e a c h class from e a c h organization m e e t weekly with advisors Ellen A w a d (PanHel) a n d Chris Bohle (IFC) to discuss w a y s in which G r e e k Life as a whole c a n build greater unity. Presidents Lauren Boyle (Sibylline) a n d Griffin M a c D o n a l d (Emersonian) w o r k especially hard, planning a n d leading the meetings of the councils. Alongside the presidents w o r k the Executive Boards. E a c h organization is represented on the board in positions including vice president, secretary, treasurer, recruitment chair, PanH e l / I FC Liaison, a n d publicity. O v e r the course of the semester, P a n H e l a n d IFC partner together to put on an annual R o otbeer K e g g e r during W e l c o m e W e e k , attend active bystander training, visit residence halls to a n s w e r questions u n d e r c l a s s m e n m a y h a v e before R u s h begins in the Spring, a n d hold fun pre-rush events to give potential n e w m e m b e r s of G r e e k Life a n opportunity to m e e t m o r e actives a n d hear about all the organizations in a neutral setting. G r e e k Life is lucky to h a v e s u ch dedicated councils constantly working towards betterment of the w h o l e program! I Olivia Skatrud (2017).

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T h e Delta Phi sorority h a s enjoyed a school year filled with a great mixture of fun a n d Service. In October, the girls held a b a k e s^lfrto fundraise for breast cancer research a n d awareness. T h e y also offered their annual Pie-A^Oelphi event to raise m o n e y for R e l a J f o & U f e a n d w e n t o n to play a n active role infhe evdnt. During the s e c o n d semester, the girls uf Delta Phi held a s e c o n d b a k e sale to raise m o n e y for D a n c e Marathon. Aside from giving b a c k to the community, the ladies also enjoyed gathering for formals in the fall a n d spring a n d spending time with e a c h other w h e n e v e r possible. I Chandler Warren 2017

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T h e Cosmopolitan Fraternity b e g a n the school year with s o m e e n jo y m e n t of nature, as they e m b a r k e d o n their annual fall canoe/trip. T h e m e n spent a w e e k e n d enjoying the great outdoors a n d e a c h others' c o m p a n y before the stresses of school got in the way. Later in the fall, the m e n celebrated 1 2 5 years of the fraternity existing with a big party involving both actives a n d alums. T h e y also held their fall formal at Cadillac S a n d s Resort. In terms of c o m m u n i t y outreach, the fraternity w a s active in fundraising for both Relay for Life a n d D a n c e Marathon. Overall, it w a s a successful year a n d a h u g e milestone with m a n y m o r e great years yet to c o m e . I Chandler W a r r e n 2 0 1 7

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U N f i r ° f PiVfeRi»! T h e Centurian Fraternity busied themselves with a variety of service events a n d bonding experiences over the 2 0 1 5 - 2 0 1 6 school year. Namely, they adopted a park a n d w o r k e d to k e e p it looking beautiful a n d clean. T h e y also participated in Relay for Life a n d D a n c e M a r a t h o n with other organizations o n c a m p u s . T h e C e nt s also hosted a variety of date nights a n d formals throughout the year to build o n their brotherhood. It w a s a very successful year for Alpha Theta Chi. I Chandler W a r r e n 2017

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T h e Knickerbockers h a v e always b e e n a strong group of m e n with unique a n d intellectual personalities. Their n e w e s t pledge class proved to be n o different. T h e Knicks h a d another fantastic year, as they participated in Relay for Life, D a n c e Marathon, a n d other c o m m u n i t y service ventures. T h e y also found time to b o n d with their sister sorority, Alpha G a m m a Phi. S o m e highlights from this year included participating in a biology club event with the Phi Sigs called Vinca Pull, volunteering at G r a c e Episcopal C h u r c h for a food drive during the holiday season, a n d helping a Knickerbocker a l u m n u s m o v e out of o n e h o u s e a n d into another. It w a s another year full of volunteering a n d continuing the rich tradition of the Knickerbocker Fraternity. I Ch andler W a r r e n 2 0 1 7

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Shells sink, d r e a m s float, life is g o o d in our boat! T h e Sibylline sorority experienced s m o o t h sailing this year with their nautically-themed rush slogan a n d a b u n d a n c e of rushees. Leading u p to rush season, the ladies gathered for m a n y bonding experiences, including supporting their fellow sisters o n the soccer pitch a n d annual H o m e c o m i n g festivities. Another highlight w a s the sorority's successful c a m p a i g n for Relay for Life in N o v e m b e r to raise m o n e y for the A m e r i c a n C a n c e r Society. T h e ladies e n d e d the first s e m e s t e r o n a high note, as they gathered to share food a n d m e m o r i e s for their annual Sib-Giving get-together. I Chandler W a r r e n 2017 ^

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NoßLe MeN Of [MeR^oN T h e E m e r s o n i a n fraternity ha s h a d a b u sy a n d fulfilling past fe w months. B y bringing in a large a n d proud pledge class, the E m m y s h o p e to continue promoting the moral, intellectual, a n d social d e v e l o p m e n t of a n e w generation of m e m b e r s . Highlights of this year h a v e included strong E m m y support of Relay for Life a n d D a n c e Marathon. Outside of impressive service contributions, the E m m y s h a v e h a d their fair share of fun at fall formals, rush, a n d spring formals. A standout event w a s the fall c a m p i n g formal that always creates a m e m o r a b l e time, full of time for fraternal bonding. T h e b o n d that started in 1 9 1 9 gets stronger a n d stronger with e a c h year. I Chandler W a r r e n 2017

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T h e m e n of the O m i c r o n K a p p a Epsilon Fraternity w e r e active on c a m p u s this school year. T h e y participated in Relay for Life a n d D a n c e Marathon. T h e e n d of the school year w a s c a p p e d by H o g Bash, which w a s a c a m p i n g excursion that took place in Rothbury, Ml m i d w a y through April. It w a s a beautiful w e e k e n d for brotherly bonding and w a s an opportunity to invite s o m e o n e special to share in that time. I Chandler W a r r e n 2 0 1 7

S i g m a S i g m a Sorority h a d a very eventful year, starting with helping out the city of Holland a n d planting Tulips a n d culminating with a wonderful D a n c e M a r a t h o n experience. In between, the ladies held a b a k e sale to benefit the Center for W o m e n in Transition, which h a s b e c o m e a n organization they consistently support. T h e ladies held a date night at S a l e m H a u n t e d C o r n M a z e during the fall a n d hosted a H o m e c o m i n g b a nq u e t at Boatwerks. O v e r 1 0 0 alumni joined the actives a n d shared stories about h o w S i g m a S i g m a has s h a p e d t h e m into the w o m e n they are, which w a s a very valuable experience. T h e S i g m a s also put o n a MotherD a ughter B r un c h at Alpen Rose, which w a s p r ec e d e d by a family night the evening prior. Like other G r e e k organizations, the S i g m a s w e r e also very active in Relay for Life. Closer to the holidays, the girls s a n g carols at nursing h o m e s to spread s o m e holiday cheer. A highlight of the year w a s meeting their n e w D a n c e M a r a t h o n Miracle Child, Jillian. T h e S i g m a s h a d events, s u ch a s a pizza party, to get to k n o w Jillian a n d her family. T h e y b e c a m e very close with her, which provided further motivation to stand for the kids at D a n c e Marathon. T h e S i g m a s are positive about m o r e fun to c o m e in the next years! I Ch andler W a r r e n 2 0 1 7 201


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e>eRYice. L°Ve. Wii>DoM T h e Arcadian Fraternity w a s active in service like m u c h of the H o p e College c o m m u n i t y this school year. T h e y participated in both Relay for Life a n d D a n c e Marathon. This year, they launched a n e w website to better connect Arcadian alumni with actives to provide networking opportunities. I Chandler W a r r e n 2 0 1 7

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u N i l T H e ^ r e c T q N p i>i#reRri0 0 C> T h e Theta G a m m a Pi sorority is built u p o n respect of multiculturalism a n d sisterhood. T h e y h a v e b e e n active a n d successful proponents of promoting diversity o n c a m p u s this school year. For fun, the girls h a d a fall photo shoot a n d a date night at R o s a Parks Ice Rink in G r a n d Rapids. S o m e of the girls led a w o r k s h o p at the G L C A C o nf e r e n ce first semester, a n d the Thetas w e r e active participants in the first G r e e k W o m e n ' s Day. Overall, it h a s b e e n a b u s y year, p a c k e d with self-fulfillment a n d spreading the m e s s a g e that these lovely ladies h a v e to offer. I Chandler W a r r e n (2017)

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Be Y°uR&tLf T h e K a p p a Delta Chis h a v e experienced a fun-filled a n d rewarding school year. With their motto of "pledging honor, giving friendship" as their backbone, the K a p p a Chis e m b a r k e d o n a journey of service a n d friendship this year. T h e y w e r e involved in the c o m m u n i t y by volunteering at the Ronald M c D o n a l d House, B e n j a m i n ’s Hope, a n d the Windmill Gardens. Outside of c o m m u n i t y service, the girls participated in a retreat at the beginning of the fall to help t h e m rekindle the sisterhood after a long s u m m e r apart. This aided t h e m in getting to the roots of their sisterhood, which w a s f ounded u p o n sincere friendships a n d Jesus. T h e sisters of K a p p a Delta Chi also attended events around c a m p u s to further their growth as intellectuals, s u ch as the Critical Issues S y m p o s i u m , the Visiting Writers Series, a n d anything else in which their sisters w e r e involved. T h e y also planned r e nd e z v o us to p r o m o t e their social d e v e l o p m e n t with events such as formal a n d testimony night. E a c h semester, the w o m e n recognized a n d celebrated the families w h o s h a p e d t h e m with a family luncheon. Overall, it h a s b e e n a n exciting a n d fulfilling school year for the K a p p a Delta Chi sorority. I Chandler W a r r e n (2017)

BR°rrleRrt0 0 D A ß o / e ^ e U = T h e m e n of Phi S i g m a K a p p a h a d another b a n n e r year a s the only active national fraternity o n c a m p u s . In October, the m e n w e n t to A n n Arbor to support the rechartering of the University oiMichifaa n chapter of Phi S i g m a Kappa. T h i Phi figs remained active volunteers o n Hope's c ä m p u s this year, participating in Relay for Life a n d D a n c e Marathon. Off c a m p u s , they volunteered for Kids' F o o d Basket in G r a n d Rapids. T h e organization is a nonprofit a i m e d at ending childhood h u n g e r a n d helping to educate y o u n g people o n healthy living. T h e y also volunteered at the local polar plunge. Aside from active service participation, the m e n held a fojpal in St. J o s e p h Michigan a n d a date niqht in late April. Ijfey are optimistic about years yet to c o m e . I Chandler W a r r e n 017

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# H oreSRee^0MeN G r e e k W o m e n ' s D a y w a s a n e w event this school year a i m e d at bringing together a talented a n d diverse group of w o m e n from all of the sororities o n c a m p u s to celebrate fellowship a n d the positive impacts the w o m e n in G r e e k Life h a v e m a d e on the H o p e c a m p u s a n d the greater Holland community. It w a s a time to share w h a t m a k e s G r e e k life so great. During the day-long event put o n by the Panhellenic Society, the sororities around c a m p u s o p e n e d up their cottages to s h o w w h a t G r e e k living looked like. Afterwards, there w a s a n event w h e r e the floor w a s o p e n e d up to sorority m e m b e r s to share their love for G r e e k life a n d h o w it has impacted their lives at H o p e College. I Chandler W a r r e n 2 0 1 7

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BR^TrieRrt0 0 ^ TrtR0 u5tf f e L L ^ r i . r T h e Alpha K a p p a Pi Fraternity h a d a whirlwind year of c o m m u n i t y service with a plethora of fun events. T h e P r o m i e s built a connectior SSixty Ministries, a SllVneighborhoods neighbor ledoon-profit b a s e j ^ T t h e central of Holland, First, they helped oht a c o m m u n i t y m e m b e r w h o w a s a n avid volunteer of theirs. L e e r en, they helped in SSixty's remodeling of Petrino's Pizzeria. T h e fraternity also h a d a strohg.presence at both Relay Marathon. Oufefde of volunteering, the m e n enjoyed a fall date night, hosted^ratl rush event, partook in reverse trick or treating, attended a Gnrflns g a m e , a n d h a d il^jf Spring date night at a White C a p s b a s S f t g a m e . Thi P r o m e t h e a n s celebrated another greityear of b r o y n ^ o o d a n d faith. I Ch andler W a r r e n 2 0 1 7

Q R e e K I§> G 0 0 D T h e annual G r e e k a w a r d s are the p e rfect^im'Siorthose in G r e e k life to c o m e together a n d celebrate the best a n d brightest of the school year. This year w a s no different, a s m e n a n d w o m e n from all of the sororities a n d fraternities o n c a m p u s gathered to honor the s u c c e s s e s of G r e e k life organizations. N e w this year, the event w a s invite only, with only G r e e k leaders receiving a bid. A w a r d s for highest G P A , best brotherhood or sisterhood event, best philanthropic event, a n d others w e r e granted to the deserving G r e e k organization. Additionally, Panhel, Interfraternity Council, the Justice Board, G r e e k Orientation leaders, a n d other major contributors to G r e e k Life's s u cc e s s this year w e r e honored. Lastly, the G r e e k M a n a n d G r e e k W o m e n of the Y e ar w e r e a n n o u n c e d a n d later recognized at the honors c e re m o n y . I C h andler W a r r e n 2 0 1 7 207


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H o p e College, although originally h a d itr grounding in 1851, w a s officially c h a r t e r e d 1866, w i t p 2 0 1 6 marking the 150tt year of the school. T h e school h a d backing from th< R e f o r m e d Church, v ä thö J ^ o u s founiferdf Rev. V a n Raalte. A l t h o ^ ^ today than w h e n j a p a s oR^fhally founded, V a n Vleck still stands today aj^re p r e se n t s our history. With Hope's proud heritage, m a n y events h a v e g o n e o n throughout the year in order to celebrate the m a n y years in which H o p e h a s touched people's lives. In the fall there w a s a birthday b a sh in order to celebrate the birthday of Hope, a n d all year long the lamppost b anners a n d sugar cookies h a d the beautiful 1 5 0 logo. In the spring there w a s a n alumni a n d donors dinner held in Phelps dining hall to celebrate those w h o w e r e the past of Hope, a n d those w h o are the future of our wonderful H o p e College. I Chloe Caltrider ('19) 211


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^e^quiNcer^IeNNiqL Celebrating H o p e College's 150th birthday, this year's H o m e c o m i n g W e e k e n d w a s o n e to be r e m e m b e r e d . T h e w e e k e n d w a s filled with events for students, alumni, parents a n d c o m m u n i t y ^ e m b e r s , all celebrating the institution w e love so m u c h . At halftime of the h o m e c o m i n g football g a m e H o m e c o m i n g King a n d Q u e e n w e r e a n no u n c e d, from a h o m e c o m i n g court voted o n by H o p e College seniors. C r o w n e d this year's h o m e c o m i n g queen, R o u d e l a n d (Rudy) Matellus says, " W h e n m y n a m e w a s called, I w a s in s h o c k a n d looked around w o ndering if this w a s really happening. Next thing I know, I'm wearing a tiara, holding onto Dutch w o o d e n s h o e s a n d smiling for a lot of pictures. Looking b a ck on it now, I think being c r o w n e d q u e e n represented h o w H o p e is growing in diversity a n d inclusion. It has b e e n a growing mission for the college a n d I think having J e s u s [this year's H o m e c o m i n g King] a n d I represent a group of our peers is pretty fantastic." I A b b y E m e r s o n (2016)

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This year the D e w C r e w u n d e r w e n t s o m e changes. Senior Eric V a n S w o l h a s b e e n at the center of it all: "The m a in motivation to c h a n g e w a s just about improving a n (already great) student section as m u c h as possible to continue bringing the fun a n d the energy t o ^ o r t i n q e v ^ the players a n d the fans. T h e m a i n focus w a s to g r o w the support for all sports, hot just basketball a n d volleyball a s it is well d o c u m e n t e d h o w m a n y fans c o m e out for those. I think it w a s cNiitle slow in gaining traction this s e a s o n b e c a u s e w e w e r e starting from nothing in terms of experience in coordinating a student section a n d all that g o e s into that but overall it h a s gotten people interested that m a y h a v e not b e e n normally a n d set u p the section well for next year with a "government" structure in place a n d experience with w h a t w o r k e d well a n d w h a t didn't." With events at Phelps, handing out big prizes at g a m e s ^ n d free g i veaways for the first people to arrive, the D e w C r e w brought in m o r e fans this year, cheering or great teams! I A b b y E m e r s o n (2016)

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After a three h o u r long battle, the E v e n Y e a r pull t e a m h e a r d the w o r d s "Reel it in", signaling that they h a d w o n . "The feeling of winning w a s indescribable. T h e c h a n c e to s w i m in the beautiful, cold, a n d disgusting Black River is the perfect representation of a c h ieve ment. T h e w a t e r is like a n inundation of a c c o m p l i s h m e n t , a n d being able to s w i m alongside the t e a m I h a d the c h a n c e to lead w a s o n e of the best m o m e n t s of m y life!" said c o a c h H a n n a h Cutshall. 1-8 w o n b y pulling a total of 5 5 feet a n d 4 inches. Photos: 1:1-8 pull team: A n d r e w Rot, William Yancey, D a n Garrick, Daniel Rush, D a v e Hallam, Derek Chen, D r e w Briner, Elijah N y k a m p , Geoffery Stagg, Heidi Schaetzl, Jon ah Kaveh, Jonny Sheesley, Keaton Post, Matt Wehner, Nathan Rock, Nick Price, Phil LeGare, Trevor Parrett, Tyler Thayer, Xavier Smith, Allison Tooley, A m i e Hixon, Bryanna Howard, Camelia Witt, Carlie Boeve, Carolyn Ellis, Emily O'Connor, Erin Evans, Gra ce Ahlgrim, H a n n a h Fawcett, Kendra DeFazio, Kristin Janssen, Marissa Ruehl, N a n c y Kast, R e b e c c a Buth, Sara Menzies, Sarah Vroon, S y d n e y Dippel, Taylor Grill, Thalia Hernandez Coaches: Timothy Bloemendaal, Lindsay Leh m a n , Luke Wisnewski, H a n a VanderVeen, S a m McNulty, Destini Pulido, Jacob Warriner, Laura Persenaire, Jordan Kalsbeek, H a n n a h Cutshall. 2: Geoffrey S t a g a n d Carlie B o e v e . 3: C o a c h Destini Pulido, H a n n a h fawcett a n d Nick Price. 4: Heidi Schaetzl. 5: Daniel R u s h a n d S y d n e y Dippel. 6: T h e 1-8 t e a m s w i m m i n g in the river. 7: A v i e w of the t e a m in the pits. 8: B r y a n n a H o w a r d a n d D a n Carrick. I C h l o e Caltrider ('19) 214

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fF ° K g C u R e y g r a m n f e is a n event held at colleges'and other institutions all around the country every year. T h e the event is that t e a m s sign u p to participate a n d s p e n d twenty four hours walking around a track. T e a m s fundraise prior to the event, with all p r oceeds going towards the A m e r i c a n C a n c e r Society This year, H o p e College's Relay for Life took place N o v e m b e r 13-14, 2015. While the actual evSfft did not take place until N o v e m b e r , participants a n d organizers h a d b e e n working hard since the beginning of the school year to m a k e this year's Relay for a success. G r e e k life m e m b e r s hosted b a k e lies, m a n y students participated in a 5K, a n d individual participants raised m o n e y through F a c e b o o k n d e-mail. 2 0 1 5 Relay w a s a h u g e success, with a total of $ 6 5, 6 8 7 raised. H a n n a h Larson (’16) says, "as a senior, it w a s fun to b e a part of the Event D e v e l o p m e n t C o m m i t t e e a n d to b e able to s e e the planning of the event unfold. T h e icing o n the c a k e w a s being able to surpass our fundraising goal! I A b b y E m e r s o n (2016)

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A DReqM (TeqM) C°Me Tftue T h e roof of the D o w w a s almost blown off w h e n this year's total of $256,323.13 w a s a n n o u n c e d at the e n d of D a n c e M a r a t h o n 2016. T h e goal for this year w a s to beat last year's total by raising $ 1 90 , 0 0 0 for Helen D e V o s Children's Hospital. D a n c e Ma r a t h o n Director Kierstynn Foster describes this year's m a r a t h o n saying, "I h a v e never h a d a m o m e n t that w a s so humbling. That's w h a t h a p p e n s w h e n a c o m m u n i t y of college kids b a n d s together a n d d r e a m s the impossible. T h e kiddos at D e V o s are worth every p e n n y a n d more, a n d to b e able to b e a part of s u ch a n incredible year- e v e n outside of that outstanding nu m b e r - w a s a h u g e honor." I A b b y E m e r s o n (2016)


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Christmas V e s p e r s h a s b e e n a winter staple at H o p e College since its inception in D e c e m b e r of 1941. Since then, it h a s g r o w n immensely, in terms of performers audience, a n d scope. Not only d o e s the event fill the p e w s of D i m n e n t Chapel, but it is also broadcast o n P B S television a n d radio stations around the country. For m a n y , Ve s p e r s is a tradition that h a s b e e n in the family for years. For senior Jeff Holmes, this year's p r o g r a m w a s his first. H e s a ys of the experience, "what w a s m o s t impressive to m e [...]was h o w s e a m l e s s all of the transitions b e t w e e n s o n g s were. C o m p a r e d to all of the other concerts I've b e e n in throughout m y music career I've never b e e n part of s o mething w h e r e o n e s o n g or reading would flow directly into the next. I'm extremely blessed to h a v e h a d the opportunity to participate in V e s p e r s b e c a u s e I truly think that it is a o n c e in a lifetime experience." E a c h a n d every person involved in V e s p e r s w o rk s hard for m o n t h s beforehand to m a k e sure the p r o g r a m runs smoothly for everyone a n d

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Every M o n d a y , W e d n e s d a y a n d Friday at 10:30 a.m. students, staff, faculty, a n d c o m m u n i t y m e m b e r s gather in D i m n e n t C h ap e l to worship a n d g r o w together. N o classes are scheduled during chapel, in order that a s m a n y m e m b e r s of the H o p e College c o m m u n i t y as possible c a n attend. M o s t mornings begin with two worship s o n g s followed by the m e s s a g e . This year's chapel s e r m o n s h a v e b e e n b a s e d o n the s e r m o n o n the mount. Particular d a ys throughout the s e m e s t e r are focused o n worship s o n g s a n d scripture s o that those at chapel c a n s p e n d s o m e time in prayer a n d contemplation. M e s s a g e s are often shared by Trygve Johnson, Paul B o e r s m a , or Lauren Taylor, e a c h of w h o m shares their w i s d o m o n scripture a n d living a God-centered life. Ch ap e l provides a m u c h n e e d e d place for restoration a n d spiritual growth in the midst of the business of a typical d a y for a college student. All w e e k long the student b o d y is refueled through shared w o r d s of encou r a g em e n t , a n d the c o m m u n i t y of H o p e worshiping G o d as o n e body. I M iranda Craig ('19)

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Caroline Toren ('16) on a ski/ snowboard trip to Tellunde, Colorado

S a m a n t h a Rudnicki Cl 6) on a mission trip to Mazatlan, Mexico

Paige Holicki C18) in St John's in the U S Virgin Islands

S a m Starks C16) ziplining through the Galapagos Islands

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A SidflT oiNTrfe T°WN Winter Fantasia, for m a n y H o p e Students, is the favorite event of the winter. This year, held on Saturday, J anuary 30, H o p e students dressed to the nines a n d traveled to the A m w a y G r a n d in G r a n d Rapids for a night filled with dancing, photo booths, g o o d friends, a n d g o o d food. Senior Gabi Williams says of the g l am o r o u s night, "I will take a n y e x c u s e to i c a n get to g o shopping, get dressed up, a n d d o m y m a k e u p . Winter Fantasia is the perfect excuse! T h e food, the Photo Booth, the dancing a n d doing it all with great friends m a k e s it o n e of m y favorite events at H o p e College!" I A b b y E m e r s o n (2016)

H°Fe Despite being a fairly small school, H o p e ha s b e e n able to b o o k s o m e a m a z i n g b a n d s a n d artists over the years thanks to the hard w o r k of those o n the Coffeert Series Committee. This year, w e w e r e treated to nights of m u si c with T h e O h Hellos, B e n Rector, Gungor, P H O X , Soil in the Sun, All S o n s a n d Daughters, a n d S a n Fermin with E s m e Patterson. B y bringing successful musical talents to c a m p u s a n d promoting discussion about their artistic process a n d the issues a d dr e s s e d by their music, H C C S w o rk s to strengthen our c a m p u s ’ artistic voice a n d creative fellowship. Junior A m y H o a g h a s loved her time working with Concert Series at Hope, saying, "Concert Series is probably m y favorite thing about H o p e life a n d is incredibly rewarding. Having the opportunity to m e e t b a n d s I've followed a n d loved for years, getting to se e all of the processes behind a concert, a n d gaining h a nds-on experience with the music industry is a n a m a z i n g w a y to enrich the college experience!" I A b b y E m e r s o n (2016)

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T h e battle for glory d o e s not e n d w h e n the N C A A Division III sports s e a s o n ends. T h e night c o m e s to life/with endless sports for the devoted athlete a n d the Netflix marathoner. With choices from inner-tube water polo to flag football, there is a n option for everyone. Picking a n a m e is half the fun: b e it Sets Ed., Pop, Lo ck & Block It, or Dat A c e Doe, y o u c a n m o l d the n a m e to your team's liking. A favorite m e m o r y for Laura Persenaire ('16) is the p e p talk given by Captain David B r o w n ('16) of the flag football t e a m Hot M e ss , c o m p o s e d of Education majors: "You're in school a n d you're taking a test w h e n all of a s u d d e n your soft lead n u m b e r 2 pencil breaks. W H A T D O Y O U D O ? D o y o u quit? D o y o u ask the teacher for another? N O , you pull out your knife a n d slash o p e n your finger a n d finish the test in your o w n blood! N o w get out there a n d finish the s e c o n d half!" For Lyndzie L e h m a n ('16), inner-tube water polo g a v e her pull t e a m another c h a n c e to defeat O d d Year. "Waterpull-o w a s our t e a m n a m e , b e c a u s e #evenyearpull. T h e rivalry doesn't die on the rope.” Laura Persenaire ('16) s u m s the intramural experience up well: "Winning a n IM shirt is the next m o s t desired thing to winning the Pull or Nykerk." I Carolyn Ellis ('18)

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T h e W yckoff residence hall w a s built in 1 9 6 2 in honor of Isaac N e w t o n Wyckoff, w h o w a s a pastor from N e w Y o rk a n d contributed to the formation of H o p e College. Wyckoff Hall w a s originally housing for the Cosmopolitan a n d Arcadian fraternities. B y 2 0 0 3 both fraternities h a d reloacted. W yckoff hall is n o w a co-ed d o r m that h o u s e s 1 0 0 f r e s h m a n a n d s o p h o m o r e students. A s a part of the south side of c a m p u s , W yckoff participates in m a n y events that include both Lichty a n d Scott halls. I Ch lo e Caltrider '19 232

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Phelps Hall is a co-ed d o r m housing u p to 1 6 0 f r e s h m a n a n d s o p h o m o r e students. This is also h o m e to the m o s t popular dining area, Phelps Dining. E v e n through the bitter cold winters, the students w h o live in Phelps only h a v e to g o downstairs to get food, which is a h u g e a d va n t a g e for hungry college students. Phelps Hall also holds a lot of history. It w a s n a m e d after H o p e College’s very first president -- Rev. Philip Phelps Jr. Being built in 1960, it first started a s a girls dorm. Ho w e v e r , with the increasing n u m b e r of students, in 1980, it w a s officially n a m e d co-ed. Justice Burley, a f r e s h m a n living in Phelps, loves the c o m m u n i t y a n d the friendships that h e h a s m a d e a n d could not imagine himself ■ilVibg~ahywhere else for his first year at Hope. I Se le n a Quintanilla ('19)


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Scott Hall holds very unique people from all over the world. Scott is h o m e to Phelps Scholars, which is a p r o g r a m n a m e d after the very first president of the college. Closely knit, they often take hall wide field trips to various places to learn about different cultures. A n d e v en though they s p e n d all this time together, students such as Kathleen M u l o m a a n d Frina R e d o l o z a say they w o ul d not w a n t it a n y other way. T h e y love living in a smaller dorm, b e c a u s e they k n o w everyone a n d they all get along very well, w h e n they h a v e a c h a n c e to get a w a y from their h o m e w o r k . If students like P h o e b e A w a d could c h a n g e o n e thing about their d o r m a n d their program, it w o ul d be simply to stay after their f r e s h m a n year is over. T h e s e students love their a t m o s p h e r e so m u c h that they d o not e v e n w a n t to m o v e w h e n the year ends. I S e le n a Quintanilla ‘19

Kollen Hall is o n e of the largest d o r m s o n Hope's c a m p u s , a n d h o u s e s mostly f r e s h m a n a n d s o p h o m o r e students. B e c a u s e Kollen is so large, it hosts a vast array of students that are involved in music, the arts, Pull a n d Nykerk, a n d m a n y other activities, giving the d o r m its o w n unique a n d fun culture. Kollen is o n e of the m o s t sociable d o r m s a n d people can almost always find s o m e o n e to s p e n d time with, w hether just to talk or play g a m e s . It helps to introduce people w h o w o ul d not normally s p e n d time with s o m e others b r oa d e n their horizons a n d try n e w things with n e w people. Kollen also hosts m a n y traditions that m o s t e v eryone in the d o r m a n d o n c a m p u s g o to s u ch a s Kolloween a n d a super bowl party, a n d they also participate in m a n y events with the rest of the south side dorms. Although the d o r m is not as close knit d u e to its size, it also m e a n s that n p w people are meeting everyday a n d building n e w bonds, m a k i n g everyday m o r e unique than the last. I Q h lo e Caltrider '19

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C o o k Hall is a co-ed dorm, usually housing upperclassmen. W h a t m a k e s this d o r m unique is that, like Phelps, it also h o u s e s its o w n dining hall. It is a privilege to b e able to eat in Cook, sort of a threshold yo u pa ss w h e n you officially b e c o m e a n upperclassmen. M a r k VanderStoep, a freshman, loves living in Cook. H e also really enjoys the suite style housing, which is unique to this resident hall. Getting along with everyone, he w o ul d not w a n t it a n y other way. I Selena Quintanilla ‘19

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Gilmore Hall is o n e of three all female d o r m s o n Hope's c a m p u s ^ J O i a d l R girls that currently reside in Gilmore are often k n o w n as "The Gilmore Girls," b a s e d o n the hit toUvision series. S o p h o m o r e R A Brooke Mattson, said, "I c h o s e Gilmore b e c a u s e I w a n t e d a n all-girls resioRitial hall that w a s not entirely reserved for freshmen. For m e , I h a v e found that Gilmore's environment is conoücive for m y learning a n d studying, but also a w a r m a n d inclusive place that is willing to partake in social events." Gilmore holds m a n y social gatherings with the Durfee boys, like speed-friending a n d watching T h e H o wever, Gilmore also organizes events like apple picking a n d bible studies to k e e p the f e m a l e ^ ^ M c o m m u n i t y close. At the e n d of the day, Gilmore is a h a p p y a n d positive residential hall for girls that are^ looking to m a k e life long friends. I Frida D e Santiago '18

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LMM' U R O e After t w o years living in p a c k e d residence halls sharing b a th r o o m s a n d public s p a c e s with c r o w d s of other students, juniors a n d seniors often h e a v e a sigh of relief at the opportunity to live in a n apartment or cottage as a n upperclassman. In addition to the a d d e d privacy a n d quiet, living in these a r ra n g e m en t s is also a wonderful opportunity to get to k n o w the people you're sharing a h o m e with e v e n better a n d to h a v e a very different experience than d o r m living. Jared Bollaert ('17) is a N e i g h b o r h o o d Coordinator a n d says of his experience, "I think it is a great job b e c a u s e it is going to stretch y o u n o matter w h o y o u are. M y responsibilities are so diverse that there are always things taking m e a little bit out of m y comfort zone." I A b b y E m e r s o n (2016)

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Spring Fling symbolizes a variety of ends. For one, it m a r k s the e n d of semester packed with never-enc ^ e x a m s a n d papers. It also m a r k s the e n d of braving wintry conditions (hopefully!) o n the trek to class. But m e importantly, it m a r k s the e n d of a school year, filled with challenges and fun. Spring Fling is the last of a plethora of m e m o r i e s of the 2 0 1 5 - 2 0 1 6 school year. E a c h spring, hoards of students flock outside to enjoy a b a rb e c u e a n d an array of fun activities, such as a zip line a n d blow up obstacle course. It is a time to convene with friends for o n e last hurrah before locking oneself into preparing for the following week's final exams. I Chandler W a r r e n 2 0 1 7 i /

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This year w a s H o p e College's 151th c o m m e n c e m e n t a n d w a s also the school's largest graduating class with over 7 5 0 students. T h e d a y started with the baccalaureate celebration in D i m n e n t Chapel, w h e r e the graduates a n d their families gathered not only to celebrate the d a y with e a c h other, but with the Lord. T h e s e r m o n w a s given by Jeffrey Allen w h o graduated from H o p e College in 1985, a n d is a m e m b e r of the board of trustee's for the college. T h e c o m m e n c e m e n t c e r e m o n y h o no r e d all the potential graduation candidates, but also those w h o achieved outstanding excellence. M a n y students w e r e a w a r d e d various a c a d e m i c honors, a n d the faculty a n d staff w h o w e r e retiring after this year w e r e also h o no r e d at the beginning of the c e re m o n y . T h e Mortar B o a r d group g a v e the H.O.P.E. a w a r d to W a y n e Brouwer, a retiring faculty m e m b e r of Hope. B r o u w e r also h a d the honor of giving the c o m m e n c e m e n t s p e e c h titled " R e m e m b e r W h o s e Y o u Are". T h e s p e e c h explained that y o u should always r e m e m b e r w h e r e y o u c a m e from, especially since faith is tied to the past. H e a s k e d for the n e w alumni to r e m e m b e r w h e r e there h o m e is, a little place in W e s t Michigan called Hope, b e c a u s e H o p e will always b e h o m e . I C h l o e Caltrider ('19)


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Colsen, W e n d y ... 81 C o m b s , Josh ... 47 C o m b s , Michael ... 19 Condotti, Julia ... 30 Conerty, T h o m a s ... 19 Conley, E m m a ... 30 Conroy, Jacob ... 30 Constand, T h o m a s ... 30 Cook, Ireana ... 8 Cook, Korey ... 8 Cook, Leland ... 19 Cook, M a r k ... 81 Cook, N a n c y ... 81 Cooper, Claire ... 8 Corbato, Barbara ... 81 Corneau, Vicki ... 81 Cosby, Adrian ... 30 Cotterall, Virginia ... 8 Council, Elizabeth ... 81 Courts, Paige ... 20, 225 Cousens, L u c y ... 47 C o u w e n h o v e n , A b b y ... 47 Cove, D a m o n ... 47 Coyle, Brian ... 81 Coyle, Deborah ... 81 Craig, Elisabeth ... 47 Craig, Miranda ... 47, 75, 78, 79, 85, 86, 99, 100, 114, 122, 123, 130, 133, 143, 144, 165, 220, 222, 2 43 Craioveanu, Mihai ... 81 Cranmer, Tricia ... 81 Crawford, Askaree ... 47 Crawford, S h a n n o n ... 47 Creasma n, Mer yn ... 47 Cripe, Olivia ... 47 Cronau, Jessica ... 20, 238 Cronberg, Fred ... 81 Cuesta, Kristoffer... 20 Culver, Michael ... 81 Cunning ham, David ... 81 Curmi, Alicia ... 8 Curnick, Jason ... 8 Curnick, Katlyn ... 30 Curnick, N a n c y ... 81 Curry, Hilary ... 47 Curry, Madeline ... 47 Curry, Natalie ... 20 Cusack, Charles ... 81 Custer, Michael ... 20 Cutler, Alexis ... 47 Cutshall, H a n n a h ... 8, 214 Czapski, A n n a ... 47 Czechowicz, Monica ... 8

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Dault, Christian ... 48 Davelaar, T h o m a s ... 81 Davenport, C y d n e y ... 48 Davenport, Jacob ... 48 Davenport, Laura ... 48 Davidson, Kiveran ... 31 Davidson, Lindsey ... 9 Davis, A n n a ... 48 Davis, Carla ... 81 Davison, Benjamin ... 48 Dawdy, A d a m ... 48 Dawsey, Brett... 9 Day, Madeline ... 48 Day, R y a n ... 31 D e Santiago, Frida ... 31, 126, 150, 166, 231, 23 7 D e Young, Tes sa ... 48 Deane, Emily ... 31 Deboard, Jacqueline ... 81 Deboer, H e a t h e r ... 48 Deboer, Jim ... 81 Debruyn, Maxine ... 81 D e c a m p , A n n a ... 48 Deeg, Carl ... 9 DeFrain, Emilie ... 81, 114, 144 Deglopper, Kimberly ... 20 Degraaf, Teresa ... 81 Degrau, A m y ... 81 Degrau, Rodrigo ... 81 Dehaan, Georgia ... 81 Dehaan, S a n d e r ... 81 Dehart, Genevieve ... 48 Dejong, Carol ... 81 Dejong, Steven ... 81 Dejonge, Denise ... 81 Dejonge, Michael ... 81 Dejongh, Alexandra ... 20 Dejongh, Matthew ... 81 Dekoster, Katie ... 81 Dekryger, Kylie ... 31 Del Valle, Mariah ... 31 Dellolio, A n d r e w ... 81 Deloof, Kendra ... 83 D e m a a g d , Darcy ... 48 D e m a a g d , John ... 48 Demarigny, Rachel ... 20 Demrose, Ian ... 48 Dennen, Jordan ... 9, 134, 135 Denouden, Katelyn ... 31 Depree, Mitchell... 48 Deritter, Jos hua ... 48 Dernberger, Rick ... 83 Deroo, M a r k ... 83 Dershem, Herbert... 83 Desantis, Mitchel ... 48 Dessie, Yordanos ... 48 Deur, Krista ... 83 Devanney, A m y ... 83 Dever, Taylor... 9, 181 Devol, Christy ... 31 Devos, Nicholas ... 48 Devries, D e a n ... 9 Devries, Paetyn ... 48 Dewitt, Jamie ... 83 Dewitt, M a r k ... 83 Dewitt, Monika ... 48 Dewitt, Seth ... 49 Dewitt-Brinks, D a w n ... 83


Deyoung, Caitlin ... 49 Deyoung, Justin ... 49 Deyoung, Lauren ... 49 Deyoung, Paul ... 83 Dibble, Jayson ... 83 Dice, Kendall... 20 Dickens, Lillian ... 49 Dickinson, M ar gare t... 20 Diekevers, Kristin ... 83 Dieleman, B e t h a n y ... 83 Dils, R e e c e ... 31 Dion, Rachel ... 49 Dirkse, Darlene ... 83 Disher, Ellen ... 49, 231 Ditzenberger, Grace ... 49 Dober, Rachel ... 20 Dokter, Annie ... 49 Dolehanty, Alex ... 49 Dominguez-Martinez, A s h l e y ... 31 Donaldson, Alexandra ... 49 Doncel, Luke ... 49 Donk, T o n y ... 83 Donley, Gavin ... 9 Donley, M a e v e ... 31 Dood, John ... 20 Dooley, Kimani ... 31 Doolittle, Stephanie ... 83 Dorer, Sara ... 83 Dorn, Stanna ... 20 Dornoff, Jessica ... 31 Dort, A m a n d a ... 20 Doshi, Marissa ... 83 Dotson, Brianna ... 49 Dow, A n n a ... 20 Downing, R e b e c c a ... 31 Downing, Sarah ... 20 Dow ns, Emily ... 49 Draper, Riley ... 49 Drew, Jessica ... 49 Dreyer, Sharon ... 83 Drost, S h a w n ... 83 Drost, Ti m ... 83 Dubois, D a v e ... 83 Duda, Addison ... 49 Duffey, A n n a h ... 49 Duhr, Sara ... 83 Duistermars, Lauren ... 31 Duiven, H a n n a h ... 49 D u m e z , D e b ... 83 D u m e z , E m m a ... 49 D u m m e r , Carrie ... 83 Dumont, Devin ... 49 Duncan, T h o m a s ... 31 Dunlap, Leah ... 31 Dunn, Kristi ... 83 Dunn, M a u r e e n ... 83 Dunphy, Emily ... 49 Duran, Abigail ... 20 Dustrude, Catherine ... 49 Dvirnak, Jessie ... 49 Dye, Mallory ... 9 Dyke, Gabriella ... 20 D y k e m a , Kelly ... 9 Dykstra, Katrina ... 49, 131 Dykstra, Linda ... 83 Dykstra, Martin ... 31 Dykstra, Natalie ... 83 Dykstra, R o b e r t ... 83

246

S Eader, Elizabeth ... 9 Eagin, Ma r y ... 83 Ebels, Laurie ... 83 Ebels, R o b e r t ... 83 Echevarria, Jocelyn ... 50 Eckermann, A m a n d a ... 83 Edgar, C h a s e ... 50 Edgington, Mark ... 83 Eding, Lisa ... 83 Edinger, Rachel ... 50 Edwards, Richard ... 20 Edwards, Stephanie ... 83 Egbert, Zachary ... 31 E h m a n n , M a r n y ... 50 Eickholtz, Tyler... 9 Eiler, Stephanie ... 20 Elder, G u n n a r ... 20 Elinski, Adriane ... 50 Elliot, D r e w ... 83 Ellis, Carolyn ... 9 Ellis, Carolyn ... 31 Ellis, Katrina ... 20, 184 Ellsworth, Brandon ... 20 Elluru, Austin ... 9 Elsbury, David ... 83 Elseth, M e g a n ... 50 Elzinga, A n n e ... 31 Emerson, Abigail... 9 Emerson, D e r e k ... 83 Engbers, Brittany ... 9 Engel, Tristan ... 20 Engelsman, Lindsey ... 83 Enloe, S y d n e y ... 50, 79, 155, 161, 169, 210, 2 43 Ensink, Elizabeth ... 21 Entingh, Anita ... 83 Erickson, Christian ... 50 Escalante-Gonzalez, Roberto ... 50 Eshuis, S a m u e l ... 31 Essenburg, D o n n a ... 90 Essenburg, J e n n a ... 50 Estelle, Sarah ... 90 Evans, Kathryn ... 90 Evenhouse, Elizabeth ... 31 Everse, Michael ... 90 Everts, Jen ny ... 90 Ewald, Ti m ... 90

Fairbanks, D a p h n e ... 90 Fairchild, Jordon ... 50 Fairchild, Michael ... 90 Fairfield, Justin ... 31 Fang, Xiao Y u ... 21 Farhat, Jessica ... 32 Farmer, Matthew ... 90 Fashun, Jessica ... 90 Fata, Marie ... 21 Faustyn, Jacob ... 50 Fazio, Sarah ... 21 Feaster, Dennis ... 90

Feiten, Kelly ... 9 Feldpausch, Sarah ... 21 Feliciano, Tatiana ... 50 Fellinger, Jennifer... 90 Felton, R y a n n ... 50 Ferris, Kenneth ... 32 Fette, Lauren ... 50 Fields, R o y ... 32 Fifer, Joseph ... 32 Fila, Mar cus ... 90 Filipowicz, Natalie ... 50, 89, 121, 126, 145, 148, 232 Finn, Caroline ... 50, 122, 130 Finn, Jane ... 90 Finn, Madeline ... 9 Fischman, Haley ... 32 Fisher, M e g a n ... 90 Fisher, Patrick ... 50 Fishman, Ford ... 50 Fitzgerald, Kellyanne ... 50 Fitzpatrick, Madaline ... 21, 238 Flanery, Nicklas ... 32 Flinn, Nicki ... 90 Fogg, Lauren ... 50 Fogo, Garrett... 50 Folkert, Ev a D e a n ... 90 Folkert, Justin ... 50 Folkert, Pet er... 90 Fondell, E m m a ... 9, 136 Ford, A d a m ... 90 Ford, Darren ... 32 Foreman, M ar gare t... 90 Forest, Stephanie ... 90 Forester, Lee ... 90 Fort, J e n n a ... 32, 184, 185 Forte, Madeline ... 50 Foster, Kierstynn ... 9, 216, 219, 225, 238 Foster, Sarah ... 21 Fowler, Voshel H e a t h e r ... 90 Fox, C a m e r o n ... 9, 225 Foy, Daniel ... 50 Fraley, Gregory ... 90 Francisco, Diane ... 90 Franklin, Coty ... 186, 187 Fransted. Bethany ... 51 Franzen, Aaron ... 90 Frazee, Alissa ... 32 Frazer, Gra ce ... 5 1 , 2 1 5 Frazier, Crystal ... 90 Frazier, Kaitlin ... 51 Frazier, Kelly ... 2 1 , 2 0 4 Freehafer, A m y ... 90 Freeman, Justin ... 51 Freeman, Kristin ... 90 Freiburger, Erin ... 5 1 , 2 1 5 French, Allen ... 90 French, J a n e ... 90 Frenette, Riley ... 32 Frens, Ma r g a r e t ... 90 Frey, Jonathan ... 90 Frey, K i m ... 90 Freyling, Mikayla ... 21 Frink, Karen ... 51 Frissora, Lisa ... 90 Frissora, M a d d a l e n a ... 51

Fritjofson, Brynne ... 51, 23 0 Fritjofson, Nils ... 32 Fritz, Carol ... 90 Fritz, Stu ... 90, 186 Fritzsche, Joscelyn ... 21 Frost, Richard ... 90 Frostbrophy, Lydia ... 9 Fudge, Dominique ... 51 Fulk, Natalie ... 21 Fulton, Julia ... 5 1, 235 Funk, Kyle ... 32 Fynaardt, Emily ... 90 ||

Gaea, C h a s e ... 51 Gaddis, E m i l y ... 9 Gaines, Jessica ... 9 Galarza, Alex ... 90 Galioto, Mollie ... 90 Gall, A n d r e w ... 90 Gallup, Isabelle ... 51 Gamino-Kirkhoff, Joseph 51 Gangler, Seth ... 32 Garcia, And rea ... 51 Gardiner, L a m Jennifer.. 91 Gardner, Kevin ... 91 Garduno, Jocabed ... 9, 143 Gargala, Micah ... 9, 143 Garrett, D o n n a ... 91 Garrett, Josephine ... 51 Garrison, Abbigail ... 51 Garrison, R o b e r t ... 91 Garrod, Stephanie ... 91 Gassen, Jillian ... 10 Gast, Tyler... 51, 170 Gaudino, Maria ... 32 Gebavi, Monika ... 51 Geerlings, Jodi ... 91 Gentry, Calvin ... 51 Gentry, C o n n o r ... 32 Genzink, Jonathan ... 51 George, T a m a r a ... 91 Gercak, Kayla ... 51 Gerger, Stephen ... 10 Gerrish, Irene ... 51 Geshay, John ... 32 Geurink, Jason ... 91 Giannini, Heidi ... 91 Gibbons, T u c k e r ... 51 Gibbs, Janis ... 91 Gibbs, Michelle ... 91 Gibson, Ivy ... 51 Gibson, J a n e t ... 91 Gibson, Jos hua ... 51 Gibson, Kirk ... 21 Gibson, Tyler... 32 Gidley, Annika ... 52 Gilbert, Matthew ... 52 Gill, S h a n n o n ... 21 Gillespie, Jillian ... 52 Gillespie, Rachel ... 52 Gillmore, Jason ... 91 Gipson, M a r y ... 10 Gitter, S e a n ... 2 1 , 9 9 Gkekas, David ... 91

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Glagola, J a m e s ... 32 Glover, Stephen ... 52 Glowacki, Nicholas ... 10 Goalen, K e e g a n ... 10 Goble, A n d r e w ... 52 Godwin, Kristen ... 32 G o h r m a n n , Alek ... 52 Goliday, Dion ... 21 Golin, Z a c h ... 91, 168 G o m b a s , Jason ... 52 G o m e z Limon, Alejandra ... 32 G o m e z , Steven ... 52 Gomory, Jason ... 52, 215 Gonda, Victoria ... 10 Gonthier, Peter... 91 Gonzales, Alfredo ... 91, 102 Goodwin, Alyssa ... 52 Goodwin, Gloria ... 91 Goodyke, Aaron ... 10 Goodyke, Austin ... 10 Goral, Jeffrey ... 52 Gorgenson, Ian ... 52 Goris, Emilie Dykstra ... 91 Gormley, Garrett... 32 Gorte, Mark ... 32 Gottschlich, Sarah ... 91 Gove, Kellen ... 52 Govier, Mackenzie ... 21 G o w m a n , Madeline ... 32 G o w o n , Maria ... 10 Gra h a m , Linda ... 91 Grant, Stephanie ... 91 Gray, Kristen ... 91 Gray, Theresa ... 32 Green, Charles ... 91 Green, F o n d a ... 91 Greendyke, Mackenzie ... 52 Greene, V a n e s s a ... 91 Gre enwood, Stephanie ... 91 Gregory, Emily ... 52 Greij, Eldon ... 91 Griffin, Gerald ... 91 Griffin, Patricia ... 91 Grimes, C o n n o r ... 32 Grimm, H a n n a h ... 52 Grit, Matthew ... 52 Gritt, Molly ... 10 Grochowsky, Jacob ... 52 Grody, S a m a n t h a ... 10, 146 Grooters, Barbara ... 91 Gross, S y d n e y ... 52 Grotenhuis, Sharon ... 91 Gruenler, Curtis ... 91 Grulke, Kendra ... 52 Gruppen, Tonia ... 91 Gryniewicz, Elyse ... 10 Gryniewicz, Lindsey ... 21, 21 5 Guillaume, Jessica ... 21 Gulker, Virgil ... 91 Guthaus, Jason ... 91 Guttilla, Alexis ... 33 Guyer, Jacob ... 52 G u z m a n , Irma ... 33 Gyulamiryen, Tatevik... 91

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Hernandez, Juan ... 53 Hernandez-Abrego, Leonel ... 53 Herrick, J a m e s ... 93 Herrmann, Erin ... 22, 182 Hertel, Jeffrey ... 93 Hertel, Lori ... 93 Hertzberg, L a n den ... 22, 86, 215 Herzog, Leo ... 93 Hesselbein, Kelly ... 53 Hettinger, Katlyn ... 10 Heusinkveld, Karl ... 22 Heynen, Alissa ... 33 Hibma, K e n ... 93 Hilldore, A m a n d a ... 93 Hilt, Lauren ... 53 Hines, Angelique ... 33 Hines, Julia ... 33 Hixon, A m i e ... 22, 214 Hoaglund, Lindsey ... 33 Hoats, Charles ... 93 Hodson, R o b e r t ... 93 Hoef, Kylie ... 53 H o e k s e m a , K a d e ... 33, 161 Hoekstra, Sally ... 93 Hoesch, Karl ... 93 Hofmeyer, Ruth ... 93 Holman, R y a n ... 53 Holmes, Vicki Lynn ... 93 Holt, Nicholas ... 53, 186 Hoogerwerf, Steven ... 93 Hoolahan, Erin ... 33 Hoos, Sarah Ki m ... 93 Hopkins, A d a m ... 93 Hoppen, Olivia ... 33 Horn, Tyler... 53 Hornbach, Christina ... 93 Hornshaw, David ... 22 Horton, Libbey ... 93 Houck, Hailey ... 53 Hough, C h a r ... 93 Houpt, Russell ... 33 Houthoofd, Justin ... 53 Houthoofd, R o y c e ... 54 Hoving, Travis ... 54 Howard, Bryanna ... 33, 21 4 Howard, H a n n a h ... 33 Howell, C o n n o r ... 54 Hoyle, Aaron ... 22 Hozian, Emily ... 22, 21 5 Hroncheck, Jessica ... 93 Hubbel, Brooke ... 33 Hubinger, Victoria ... 54 Hudgins, Milly ... 93 Hudson, Sara ... 54 Huffer, Jon Austin ... 33 Huffman, M a x ... 54, 21 5 Hughes, Matthew ... 93 Hughes, Matthew ... 10 Huisingh, Julie ... 93 Hulderman, Gra ce ... 33 Hulst, Cheryl ... 93 Hulst, M a r c ... 93 Hulst, Zachary ... 33 Hunger, John ... 33 Hunsberger, Kristen ... 93 Hunt, B o b ... 93 Husbands, M a r k ... 93

Huss, Addison ... 54 Huston, Zachary ... 54 Hutchison, Alexandria ... 22 Huvler, H o p e ... 22 H w a n g , Y o o y e u n ... 93

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lannacone, Steven ... 94 lekes, Jesse ... 11 Inman, David ... 33 Inman, Ma r y ... 94 lobe, S p e n c e r ... 11 Ip, H o L a m ... 54 Ipri, B r o w n S u s a n ... 94 Islami, C a m e r o n ... 54 Isola, Julie ... 54, 88 Isola, Vicki ... 94 Issa, A l e xand er... 11 lungerich, R e b e c c a ... 54 Iverson, D o u g ... 94 Ivey, Mcristina ... 94

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Jackson, Bryson ... 54 Jackson, C o n n o r ... 54 Jackson, Jubilee ... 54, 138, 180 Jackson, Noelle ... 54 Jackson, Stacy ... 94 Jacobs, Stefanie ... 54 Jacobsma, Kelly... 94 Jaent, Jarad ... 54 Jahng, Mi ... 94 James, David ... 94 Jamrog, Natalie ... 54 Janes, Lauren ... 94 Jansen, Jacob ... 22 Jansen, S a m u e l ... 54 Japinga, Lynn ... 94 Jarzembowski, Sophia ... 54 Jeon, Ji-Yoon ... 11 Jesky, Allison ... 94 Jipping, Michael ... 94 Jobson, John ... 94 Johns, Michael ... 11 Johnsen, Erik ... 54 Johnsen, H a n n a h ... 11 Johnson, A l e x a n d e r ... 34 Johnson, Allison ... 54 Johnson, Barb ... 94 Johnson, Blake ... 34 Johnson, Fred ... 94 Johnson, Jeffrey ... 94 Johnson, Lisa ... 94 Johnson, Maia ... 22 Johnson, Nicholas ... 54 Johnson, R e b e c c a ... 54 Johnson, R o b e r t ... 94 Johnson, Trygve ... 94, 222 Johnston, Deirdre ... 94 Jones, A n n a ... 22 Jones, C a d e n c e ... 55, 215 Jones, C a m e r o n ... 34 Jones, E m m a ... 55


Jones, Sarah ... 34 Jones, S y d n e y ... 34, 185 Joosse, Emily ... 11, 182 Jordan, Linda ... 94 Jurik, Clara ... 34

(X Kachlik, Courtney ... 11 Kain, Benjamin ... 94 Kain, Emily ... 22 Kaiser, Alisa ... 34 Kallemeyn, Sylvia ... 94 Kallgren, David ... 34 Kallil, Olivia ... 34 Kalmink, Annie ... 34 Kalmink, R a n d y ... 94 Kalsbeek, Jordan ... 11, 2 14 Kalthoff, A n d r e w ... 55 K a m b e , A o i ... 11 Kaminski, Carla ... 94 Kamphuis, Raechel ... 11 Kamstra, N a n c y ... 94 Karis, Kristi... 94 Kashian, Ma r k Daniel ... 55 Kaufman, Paige ... 55 Kaveh, Jon ah ... 34, 2 14 Kay, Nina ... 55 Keen, Ivy ... 11 Kegerreis, Jean ... 94 Kegerris, E m m a ... 11 Keiser, Kailee ... 55 Kelley, Katrin ... 55 Kelly, Christopher... 55 Kelly, Colin ... 11 Kelly, R u d y ... 34 Kenagy, R o b ... 94 Kennedy, Cornelia ... 94 Kennedy, Earl... 94 Kennedy, Rachel ... 22, 22 0 Kennis, R y a n ... 55 Kenyon, Clairese ... 55 Kern, G r e g ... 94 Kernstock, Kristen ... 94 Kerr, Michelle ... 11, 109 Kessel, Cassidy ... 22 Kessel, Jayne ... 11,97 Ket, Lyn nae ... 55 Khacherian, O h a n e s ... 11 Kieser, Caitlin ... 34 Kiley, Michael ... 55, 179 Kilgallon, Patrick... 55 Kim, E u g e n e ... 94 Kim, Jung W o o ... 94 King, Carson ... 55, 215 King, Madeline ... 55, 153 King, Taryn ... 34 Kipp, Julie ... 94 Kirchoff, Tyler... 22 Kirinovic, C h a n d l e r ... 55 Kish, Richard ... 34 Kish, R o b e r t ... 11 Klaus, Jessica ... 11 Klein, Claudia ... 34 Kleinheksel, Cindy ... 94 Kleppinger, Allison ... 11 Klokkert, S a m a n t h a ... 11, 92 248

Klopfenstein, Joel ... 22 Knapp, Joe ... 94 Knapp, John ... 94 Knapp, Kelly ... 94 Knapp, Tate ... 55 Knight, Trinity ... 55 Knoll, Kerri ... 55 Knorp, Alexandra ... 22 Koberna, Tim ... 95 Koch, P a m e l a ... 95 Kochanski, N o a h ... 55 Koedyker, Harvey ... 95 Koenig, Kyle ... 34 Koetje, Linda ... 95 Koh, Y e w M e n g ... 95 Kolber, Stephanie ... 55 Kolean, Lora ... 95 Kolean, Sarah ... 95 Konkle, R y a n ... 11 Kooiker, Kathleen ... 22 Kooy, Lindsay ... 55 Kopas, Craig ... 95 Kopek, Benjamin ... 95 Kopp, Louis ... 55 Korenchuk, C o n n o r ... 55 Kornfield, Sarah ... 95 Korte, Jessica ... 56 Kortman, Edwin ... 95 Koster, Margaretta ... 95 Kostka, Zachary ... 56 Kostrzewa, Callie ... 11 Kotenko, Bradley ... 56 Kou we, T h o m a s ... 56 Koziatek, Ian ... 22 Kraay, Kevin ... 95 Krahn, A d a m ... 34 Kram, Luke ... 56 Kramer, Benjamin ... 56, 161 Kraus, Heidi ... 95 Kremer, A n n a ... 11 Kreps, D e a n ... 95, 165 Kreps, S a m u e l ... 22 Krieg, Brandon ... 95 Krieg, Christopher... 22 Krieg, William ... 56 Krieger, Kathryn ... 22 Krisch, Sarah ... 34 Krohn, Shelby ... 56 Kroll, Matthew ... 11 Krueger, A n n a ... 12 Krueger, B r e n t ... 95 Krueger, Emily ... 34, 23 7 Krug, Kathleen ... 56 K r u m m , Kyle ... 56 Krupczak, John ... 95 Krzak, Eric ... 23 Kubias, Elizabeth ... 95 Kuemin, Courtney ... 34 Kuhlmann, C o n n o r ... 56 Kuiper, Courtney ... 56 Kuiper, S a m u e l ... 56 Kukla, Madeline ... 95 Kunkel, Grace ... 56 Kuper, Connie ... 95 Kurakazusampson, Benjiman ... 56 Kurchinski, J os hua ... 12 Kust, Courtney ... 95 Kyles, Isiaha ... 34 K y m , D a n a ... 23

Kyros, Abigail ... 56 Kyros, Alexand er... 56

CL Laaksonen, Britney ... 56 Labarge, Abigail ... 12 Labarge, Erin ... 56 Labarge, Marty ... 95 Labarge, S h e r m a n ... 95 Labarge, Taylor... 56 Lafata, Michael... 95 Lakanen, David ... 56 Lambert, Mar cus ... 34 Lancaster, G r a n t ... 34 Landes, Perry ... 95 La n d m a n , Matison ... 34 Landstra, H a y l e y ... 56 Langholz, A n n a ... 56 Laporte, Joseph ... 95 Large, Bill ... 95 Larkin, Emily ... 23 Larsen, A n n e ... 95, 102 Larson, H a n n a h ... 12, 218 Larson, John ... 56 Larson, Melinda ... 95 Lash, R y a n ... 56 Lau, Rachel ... 57 Laverty, Katlin ... 12 Lavoie, Aubrey ... 35 Lawson, Olivia ... 57 Lazar, Jacob ... 23 Le, A n d r e w ... 95, 215 Leach, J i m m y ... 95 Lebeda, Zachary ... 57 Ledford, Emily ... 35 Lee, Bethany ... 35 Lee, S i n woo ... 35 Legare, Phillip ... 35 Lehnertz, Olivia ... 57 Leigh, Christopher... 35 Leija, Edwin ... 57 Leitzen, Alicia ... 57 Leonard, Mitchell ... 57 Lepore, Nicholas ... 57 Lewis, H u w ... 95 Lewison, Mark ... 95 Li, Jianhua ... 95 Libson, Karissa ... 57 Liggett, Kayla ... 57 Lilley, Elizabeth ... 57 Lindell, Jay ... 95 Lindell, J e a n n e ... 95 Lindemann, R e e c e ... 57 Lindemulder, Victoria ... 35 Lindquist, Allison ... 57 Lindquist, Elizabeth ... 23 Lindsay, Kathryn ... 57 Lindsey, A l e xand er... 23 Lindus, A n n a ... 57 Little, Taylor... 57 Litwiller, N o a h ... 12 Liverance, Krista ... 95 Lloyd, Melanie ... 12 Locker, M o r g a n ... 35 Lockwood, Jessica ... 23 Lockwood, T o m ... 95 Lohrstorfer, Marianne ... 35 Loker, Jonathan ... 57 Loker, R e b e k a h ... 35

Loomis, Cassie ... 57 Loper, Jessica ... 12 Lopez, Anitsie ... 57, 232 Lopez, Aricelia ... 57 Loprete, Allison ... 57 Loree, M e g h a n ... 12 Lorence, Olivia ... 57 Loughead, Mackenzie ... 57, 123, 130 Lowe, Avery ... 57 Lowell, Jasmine ... 95 Lozser, Marissa ... 35 Lubben, Daniel ... 57 Lucas, A n d r e w ... 23 Lucas, S p e n c e r ... 58 Ludwig, T h o m a s ... 95 Luidens, Donald ... 95 Luke, Mallory ... 35 Lund, William ... 98 Lunderberg, David ... 23 Lunderberg, Jon ... 98 Lunderberg, Marla ... 98 Lundy, Sarah ... 58 Lunn, John ... 98 Lussenhop, Jennifer... 58 Lynema, Madison ... 58 Lynema, T o d d ... 98

ÂŁ3 Maas, Caitlin ... 35 Maas, Cara ... 58 Maat, P a m e l a ... 98 M a c Donald, Ashley ... 35 Macarthur, E m i l y ... 58 Machay, Alyssa ... 35 Machiela, Dianna ... 98 Macks, Michael ... 58 Mader, Catherine ... 98 Mader, Mackenzie ... 35 Madison, Benjamin ... 58 Maiullo, Stephen ... 98 Malson, Jaclynn ... 58 Man n, Allison ... 58 Man n, Eric ... 98 Manning, Jake ... 98 Manning, Kaitlan ... 12 Manthei, Micah ... 58 Mao, Yubing ... 12 Marcus, J a m e s ... 98 Marcus, William ... 98 Margason, Haley ... 35 Marietta, And rea ... 98 Marinelli, Ele anor... 12 Markos, A l e xand er... 12 Marois, B o o n e ... 12 Marone, Tyler... 12 Marquez, Dahlia ... 58 Ma r s m a n , Kristen ... 58 Marthens, M e g a n ... 98 Martin, Claire ... 35 Martin, Clare ... 35 Martin, Herb ... 98 Martin, Meredith ... 23 Martinez, O l m e d a Jessina ... 98 Marty, Jonathon ... 58 Masar, Jeffrey ... 23 Mascari, Angela ... 58, 122 Mascari, E m i l y ... 58

Mason, Charles ... 98 Mason, Lydia ... 58 Mason, Lydia ... 58 Mata, Augie ... 12 Matera, Claire ... 58 Mathew, Christina ... 12 Matthews, Tristan ... 35 Maury, Jen na ... 12 May, Richard ... 23 Maybury, Greg ... 98 Maybury, Kate ... 98 Mayer, Bill ... 98 Mcbride, S a m u e l ... 58 Mccall, Christine ... 98 Mcclure, Nora ... 58 Mccluskey, Michael ... 98 Mcclusky, Joseph ... 58 M c c o m b s , Bruce ... 98 Mccormick, Eleanor... 35 Mccoy, A n d r e w ... 98 Mccoy, Sarah ... 98 Mcdonald, Audrey ... 58 Mcd onou gh, Virginia ... 98 Mcdowell, C o n n o r ... 35 Mceachran, Aaron ... 23 Mcelgunn, A n n e ... 98 Mcfall, R y a n ... 98 Mcgivney, R o b e r t ... 58 Mckeon, Kelley ... 12, 151 Mcmorris, Katherine ... 23 Mcmullen ... 98 Mcmurray, Colin ... 58 Mcquade, Nicholas ... 59 Mea de, Jos hua ... 59 Medina, Richard ... 23 Meinhard, Lydia ... 59 Meiste, Lauren ... 35 Mellifont, N o a h ... 59 Mendels, Kevin ... 98 Mendels, Ki m ... 98 Mendoza, Esveide ... 12 Mendoza, Keila ... 59 Menzies, Haley ... 23, 82 Menzies, Sara ... 35, 21 4 Merges, Alyssa ... 12 Merrill, Sarah ... 12 Merriman, Justin ... 59 Mertz, Madison ... 23, 125 Mervis, M o r g a n ... 59 Messer, Michael ... 35 Meyer, J e r e m y ... 98 Meyer, Molly ... 23, 168 Meyerhuber, Kiersten ... 59 Meyering, Kevin ... 98 Meyers, A n d r e w ... 98 Meza, Adrian ... 36 Mezeske, Barbara ... 98 Mezeske, Richard ... 98 Michner, Alyson ... 98 Micho, Mackenzie ... 36 Middlecamp, Rick ... 98 Middleton, Allison ... 23 Miedema, Molly ... 23 Mikkelsen, Jen na ... 59 Miklusicak, Michael ... 36 Mikolitis, E m m a ... 59 Miller, Barbara ... 98 Miller, G r a n t ... 59 Miller, Josh ... 98 Miller, Mackenzie ... 98 Miller, Madeline ... 59

Miller, Rochelle ... 12 Millington, Pierce ... 36 Minoletti, Mia ... 59 Minor, Nicholas ... 36 Mireles, Andrea ... 101 Mishler, Mallory ... 59 Misovich, Michael ... 101 Mitchell, Allison ... 12 Mitchell, Dorothy ... 12 Mitchell, Greg ... 101, 175 Mitchell, Jade ... 59 Mitchell, Jalynn ... 59 Mitchell, Kaleigh ... 36 Mitchell, Mackenzie ... 59 Miyata, Saori ... 23 Moe, H u n t e r ... 59 Moen, Francesco ... 13 Moir, V a n e s s a ... 36 Mollison, Mar gare t... 59 Monroe, A n d r e w ... 59 Monson, Kirsten ... 13 Montano, Jesus ... 101 Monticello, Claire ... 59 Moore. Breanna ... 23 Moore, Rachel ... 59 Moored, Lindy ... 59 Moreau, William ... 101 Morehead, Elizabeth ... 59 Morehouse, Brian ... 101 Morelli, Angelina ... 36 Morgan, Diana ... 101 Morgan, Patrick ... 101 Morrison, Julian ... 23 Morrison, Kyle ... 101 Morrison, Sabrina ... 59 Morrison, T h o m a s ... 60 Morrissey, David ... 60 Morrow, Henry ... 101 Mossing, Carolyn ... 101 Motte, Elyse ... 60 Moxon, Alexandra ... 36 Mozdren, Sarah ... 60, 89 Mucci, Gabriella ... 36 Muenger, M a r y ... 101 Muilenburg, V a n e s s a ... 101 ' Mulder, Chris ... 101 Mulder, Hailey ... 60 Mulder, Jack ... 101 Mulder, Lori ... 101 Mulder, Melissa ... 101 Mullen, Carrie ... 36 Mullen, Kaleigh ... 13 Muller, Haley ... 36, 166, 167 Mullins, Rourke ... 36 Muloma, Kathleen ... 60, 235 Mundy, Tristen ... 60, 84, 88, 122, 123, 128, 130, 132, 133, 137, 144, 146, 150, 152, 154, 156, 162, 163, 166, 167, 172, 173, 174, 175, 190, 213, 214, 215, 216, 217, 218, 219, 222, 223, 228, 230, 232, 233, 235, 236, 237, 24 3 M un oa, Phillip ... 101 Munoz, Paola ... 101

Murk, Mollie ... 13, 152 Murphy, Sarah ... 36 Murphy, Scott... 60 Murphy, S e a n ... 13 Murray, Gr e g ... 101 Murray, Leah ... 13 Murray, Tara ... 13 Mutschler, Sierra ... 36 Mutua, Nicole ... 60 Myer, Taylor... 13, 183 Myers, David ... 101 Myler, April ... 101

Nakajima, A n d y ... 101 Nally, Tracey ... 101 Namwezi, Catherine ... 23 Nastasa, Dimitrie ... 13 Neace, Alyssa ... 23 Near, A n d r e w ... 101 Neevel, Sara ... 101 Nelson, Alec ... 60 Nelson, Chris ... 101 Nelson, Steve ... 101 N e m e , Lucas ... 60 Nemeth, R o g e r ... 101 Neucks, Jobie ... 101 Neumar, Sarah ... 60 N e w m a n , Julia ... 36, 136 Nguyen, Anthony ... 36, 147 Nguyen, K im ... 36 Nichols, A m a n d a ... 36 Niedbala, A n d r e w ... 60 Niewoonder, David ... 60 Nihart, M a x ... 60 Nikcevich, Madeline ... 60 Noack, Kristen ... 36 Nordell, Pearson Karen ... 101 Norris, A m y ... 101 Northuis, Anders ... 60 Northuis, M a r k ... 101 Norwood, Bryce ... 36 Nowicki, M e g a n ... 13 N u m m e r , Lauren ... 60 Nutt, Jill... 101 Nyboer, Gretta ... 60 Nyboer, Terry ... 101 Nyenhuis, Jacob ... 101 Nyhof, E m m a ... 36

(9 O'connor, Laura ... 24 O'meara, Aaron ... 24 Oat men, Kelsey ... 36 Obiri-Yeboah, Derrick ... 60 Obney, Kaley ... 36 Obrien, David ... 101 Obrien, Patricia ... 101 Ocock, Kelly ... 60 Ohnsorg, Monica ... 13 Oken, Tiffany ... 24 Oku, T o m o a k i ... 36 Olen, Nicholas ... 37 Olesh, Carrie ... 101 Olgers, David ... 13

Olgers, Greg ... 101 Olinger, Jeanette ... 101 Oliver, Emily ... 13 Olson, Matthew ... 60 Onofrio, David ... 37 Oostindie, M e g a n ... 60 Orent, Victoria ... 60 Ornee, Julie ... 101 Orr, Matthew ... 60 Ortiz, Jared ... 104 Osborn, Jon ... 104 Oshinski, Danielle ... 104 Osterink, P a r ker... 13 Otteman, Sabina ... 104 Otter, Kelsey ... 13 Otto, Annabelle ... 61 Overbeek, Holli ... 104 Overbeek, Leah ... 61 Overhaug, T e a g a n ... 37 O w e n s , Chantz ... 61

IP

Paget, Lydia ... 13 Paliani, Dominic ... 24 Palmer, Kimberly ... 13 Palomino, R e b e c c a ... 37 Pannapacker, William ... 104 Parcel!, Brandon ... 13 Pardo, Laura ... 104 Pardonnet, Jacob ... 37 Paris, Tiffany ... 61 Park, Audrey ... 24 Parker, Kendra ... 104 Parshall, Abbygayle ... 37, 147 Pasker, R o d n e y ... 61 Patnott, John ... 104, 168 Patterson, Theaphania ... 37 Pavlak, Gr e g ... 104 Pearce, C h a s e ... 61 Pearson, M a r k ... 104 Pearson, Paul ... 104 Peaslee, G r a h a m ... 104 Peckens, A d a m ... 104 Peckens, Courtney ... 104 Pederson, Benjamin ... 24 Pellizzari, Richard ... 61 Pellow, Lance ... 104 Pelyhes, Daniel ... 61 Pelz, Tori ... 104 Pentis, Stephanie ... 61, 2 30 Perez, Richard ... 104 Perkins, Derrick ... 61 Perkins, Elizabeth ... 24 Perovich, Anthony ... 104 Perry, Alexandra ... 61 Peschiera, Pablo ... 104 Pestun, Jeff... 104 Petersen, Emily ... 61 Peterson, Austen ... 61, 177 Peterson, John ... 61 Peterson, Jonathan ... 104 Peterson, Katie ... 37 Peterson, Rachel ... 24 Petit, J e a n n e ... 104


Phillipi, Molly ... 24 Phillips, Justin ... 24 Philllips, David ... 104 Pierce, Joseph ... 61 Piers, Jim ... 104 Pikaart, H a n n a h ... 37 Pikaart, Michael ... 104 Pike, Tyler... 104 Pinhey, S h a y ... 61 Pinkham, Alyssa ... 37 Pinkham, J a n e t ... 104 Plaehn, Eric ... 24 Plaep, Gabrielle ... 13 Plasman, Geffrey ... 61 Plaster, G e o r g e ... 37 Plaver, Michelle ... 61 Pledger, Jacob ... 37, 127 Pletcher, Timothy ... 61 Plohetski, Sara ... 61 Plowman, Sarah ... 61 Pocock, R o b ... 104 Podgorica, A m y ... 37 Polasek, Katharine ... 104 Polik, William ... 104 Popp, M e g a n ... 37 Porte, Arianna ... 37 Porte, David ... 13 Porter, Brian ... 104 Portfleet, Dianne ... 104 Post, Laurel ... 24 Postma, Lauren ... 37 Potgiesser, H o p e ... 61, 23 4 Powe, Lynne ... 104 Powell, Julie ... 104 Powell, M e g a n ... 24 Powers, Ma r k ... 61 Pratt, Bryanna ... 61 Pratt, C a m e r o n ... 13 Predum, Meredith ... 61, 215 Prince, Alexis ... 37 Prokott, Taylor... 13 Pruitt, Miles ... 62 Puckett, Jeff... 104 Puckett, S a m u e l ... 62

(2 Qian, Yi ... 62, 226 Qualkinbush, Corinne ... 62 Quay, Karen ... 62 Quintanilla, Selena ... 62, 121, 127, 128, 129, 134, 138, 139, 151, 154, 155, 179, 186, 217, 223, 233, 235, 236, 2 43 Quist, D e o n e ... 104

Rader, Ethan ... 37 Ragains, A n d r e w ... 62, 215 Rainwater, R e b e k a h ... 62 Raisch, A n n a ... 62 Ralston, Kate ... 104 Ramirez, Brenda ... 62 250

Ramirez, Isayah ... 62 Ramirez, Miguel ... 13 Randel, Julia ... 104 Rankine, Patrice ... 104 Rasasak, M o y ... 104 Ras mu s s e n , Abigail ... 62 Ray, Carol ... 104 Ray, Richard ... 106 Ray, T h o m a s ... 62 Reason, Kyle ... 37 R e c h e n - C h a p m a n , Lauren ... 24 Redoloza, Frina ... 62, 235 Reed, Katherine ... 37 Reeg, A b b y ... 106 Reenders, Claire ... 62 Reichenbach, Jessica ... 62 Reilly, S e a n ... 106 Reitsma, Hayley ... 24, 185 Reitsma, Matthew ... 37 Reitsma, Mitchell... 13 Rembert, Isabelle ... 62 Remenschneider, Ma r y ... 106 Remillard, Stephen ... 106 R e m y , Pauline ... 106 Rencsok, A m a n d a ... 62 Rensch, Colin ... 13, 92 R e n s m o , Else A m a n d a ... 62 Rexford, Sarah ... 24 Reyes, Dulce ... 14, 196 Reyes, V a n e s s a ... 37 R e y m a n n , J a m e s ... 62 Reynhout, V a n e s s a ... 62, 166, 167 Reynolds, Geoffrey ... 106 Rhoades, Christian ... 62 Rhodes, Shelby ... 37 Rice, Ashley ... 37 Rich, Alison ... 37 Richardson, Derek ... 62 Richardson, Gerald ... 62 Richmond, Brad ... 106 Ricketts, Michael ... 106 Riddering, Charles ... 62 Rider, Brian ... 106 Riedlinger, Madalyn ... 38 Riekse, S y d n e y ... 38 Rieman, Elizabeth ... 38 Rietberg, Katrina ... 63 Rimelspach, Erika ... 38 Ringel, Elizabeth ... 14 Rink, Taylor... 63, 23 3 Risedorph, Sarah ... 106 Ritsema, Christina ... 106 Ritter, Caroline ... 24 Rivas, Stephen ... 63 Rivera, Elijah ... 63 Roach, Shelley ... 106 Roberts, Anna-Leigh ... 38 Robertson, Kaila ... 63 Robins, Daina ... 106 Robinson, E m i l y ... 63 Robrahn, R e b e c c a ... 106 Roden, H e a t h e r ... 106 Roden, Jon ... 106 Roegner, Brianna ... 14, 120 Reeling, Patricia ... 106

Rogalski, Jamie ... 14 Rogers, Daryn ... 106 Rogers, Erica ... 63 Rogers, John ... 63 Rogers, S h a n n o n ... 63 Rogus, K e l s e y ... 63 Rolain, Matthew ... 14 Romero, Jocelyne ... 63 Rondeau, Erin ... 106 Root, Chelsea ... 14 Root, Jerry ... 106 Root, Jessica ... 106 Root, Luna Lindsey ... 106 Ropp, Jared ... 24, 164, 165 Rosado, M a s o n ... 38 Rose, Katharine ... 106 R o s e m a , Lisa ... 24 Rosendahl, Kristi ... 106 Roskuski, T h o m a s ... 63 Roth, A u t u m n ... 38 Roughley, Victoria ... 63 Roux, Randall ... 14 R ow an, Lisa ... 24 Roy, Hadley ... 38 Royer, Jada ... 38 R o z e b o o m , Pauline ... 106 Ruch, Douglas ... 106 Rudoni, A b b y ... 63 Rudy, C h a d ... 106 Ruehl, Marissa ... 38, 21 4 Ruff, Matthew ... 38 Ruiter, John ... 106 R u m p s a , Josh ... 106 Ruser, Monica ... 63 Rush, Daniel ... 24, 199, 21 4 Rush, Karleigh ... 24 Russner, Bill ... 106 Rustemeyer, Kaitlyn ... 63 Ryan, E u g e n e ... 38 Ryan, Madeleine ... 14 Ryan, Shelby ... 63 Rzepecki, Katharine ... 38

S Sabo, Cindy ... 106 Sabo, Dylan ... 63 Sala, Analise ... 63 Salata, Audrey ... 63 Salgado, Jacqueline ... 14 Salguero Palma, M a r y ... 38 Salisbury, K im ... 106 Salomon. Nicholas ... 24 Sambaer, A b b e y ... 63 Sanders, Clayton ... 24 Sanford, Elizabeth ... 106 Sankey, N o r m a n ... 106 Sanon, Josias ... 38 Santalucia, Daniel ... 14 Santos-Souto, Luiz ... 63 Sarosiek, Christina ... 14 Savalle, S a m a n t h a ... 63 Savona, Kailey ... 63, 21 5 Sayfie, Clayton ... 63 Sayfie, Mitchell ... 38 Schaap, Zachary ... 14 Schaefer, Madison ... 64

Schaefer, Sarah ... 64 Schairer, Che ryl... 106 Schäkel, Pet er... 106 Schaller, Rachel ... 64 Schanhals, Michael... 106, 181 Schans, S h a n n o n ... 106 Schantz, Alison ... 106 Scheerhorn, Ma r y ... 106 S c h e k m a n , Joel ... 106 Schierbeek, Nicholas ... 64 Schipper, Benjamin ... 14 Schipper, Emily ... 64 Schipper, E m m a ... 64 Schloff, Nathan ... 64 Schlotterer, Madison ... 64 Schmidt, Becky ... 107, 166 Schmidt, Mackenzie ... 64 Schmitz, Riley ... 64 Schneider, Gretta ... 64 Schneider, Lori ... 107 Schoenheider, Jonathan ... 64 Schölten, A m y ... 107 Schölten, Jordan ... 14 School, Rylee ... 64 Schoonveld, Ti m ... 107 Schopp, Lee ... 107 Schroeder, Amelia ... 64 Schroeder, Benjamin ... 24 Schuiling, Matthew ... 64, 152 Schuiteman, Maxwell ... 14 Schukas, Grace ... 14 Schultz, Chris ... 107 Schultz, Sierra ... 25, 78, 182, 183, 204 Schultz, Stephanie ... 107 Schultze, Allanna ... 64 Schumborg, Mackenzie ... 14 Schut, M a s o n ... 64, 215 Schwark, Jacquelyn ... 38 Schwend, Tyler... 107 Scogin, Stephen ... 107 Scott, A m a n d a ... 14 Scott, Jessica ... 14 Scott, Justin ... 25 Scott, Madeline ... 14 Sears, Leigh ... 107 Senti, M a c k e n n a ... 64 Serdahely, S u s a n ... 64 Serrano, E d w a r d ... 107 Serrano, Moises ... 38 Seymour, Michael ... 107 Shadaia, Log an ... 64 Shank, Benjamin ... 107 Shaughnessy, John ... 76, 107 Shaughnessy, Paula ... 107 Shaw, Nicholai ... 38 Sha w, S o n y a ... 25 Shea, Cheryl ... 107 Sheldon, Jody ... 107 Sherburn, Emily ... 64 Sheridan, Sarah ... 14, 168 Sherman, Rachel ... 38 Shew, Abigail... 14 Shioda, Nagisa ... 64

Shorb, Justin ... 107 Shumaker, Louise ... 76, 107 Shupe, Madeline ... 64 Sicard, A n d r e w ... 25 Sievers, Maxwell ... 25 Silva, Luis ... 107 Silver, Michael ... 107 Simko, Stephanie ... 25 Simonich, Brian ... 64, 169 Singer, Kaitlyn ... 38 Singer, Kevin ... 107 Sitterley, Elizabeth ... 14 Skiba, Caitlin ... 64 Skowronek, Steven ... 65 Slater, Kara ... 107 Slaughter, Gloria ... 102, 107 Sleder, Charles ... 14 Slenk, Brian ... 107 Slenk, C h a n d a ... 107 Slenk, Kurtis ... 38 Slette, S. Andreas ... 14 Slette, Stein ... 107 Smallegan, Paul ... 65 Smalley, Elyse ... 65 Smalley, E m m a ... 65 Smit, Lily ... 65 Smith, Abigail ... 25, 141, 238 Smith, Austin ... 65 Smith, Cheryl ... 107 Smith, H a y d e n ... 38 Smith, J a m e s ... 65 Smith, Jo h a n n a h ... 107 Smith, Joshua ... 38 Smith, Laurie ... 107 Smith, Matthew ... 107 Smith, M a y a ... 65 Smith, Mindy ... 107 Smith, N a n c y ... 107 Smith, Pet er... 65 Smith, Richard K ... 107 Smith, Richard L ... 107 Smith, Shanley ... 65 Smith, S h a n n o n ... 65, 232 Smith, Steven ... 107 Smith, T e m p l e ... 107 Smith, T h o m a s ... 107 Smith, Traci ... 107 Snow, A n n e ... 65 Snyder, A n n a ... 15 Sojka, Jonathan ... 65 Solomon, Daria ... 25 Solomon, Kristine ... 107 Solorzano, Marissa ... 65 Sooy, Julie ... 107 Sotelo, Alicia ... 65 Southard, G a b e ... 107 Southard, Sarah ... 110 Sova, D o n n a ... 110 Sowder, E m m a ... 65 Spagnuolo, Sabrina ... 65 Spalding, Catherine ... 65 Speelman, J a m e s ... 110 Speet, Ma r y ... 110 Spillane, Kyle ... 65 Sprys-Tellner, T h o m a s ... 65 Ssommerville, Jan ... 110 Staal, Suzette ... 110

Stadelmaier, M u r p h y ... 65 Stafford, A n n a ... 65 Stafford, G r e g ... 110, 160 Stahl, Courtney ... 38 Stall, S a m a n t h a ... 65 Stamas, H o p e ... 25, 215 Starovich, M e g a n ... 65 Statema, Christine ... 110 Staub, Tymi ... 39 Stauffer, Shelley ... 110 Steel, C a m e r o n ... 65 Steele, Miranda ... 25 Steen, T o d d ... 110 Steenwyk, Elizabeth ... 110 Steenwyk, Mckayla ... 39 Steers, Nicholas ... 39 Steffes, K a d e ... 66 Stegenga, Ashley ... 66 Stehney, Luke ... 66 Stehouwer, R y a n ... 110 Steinfeldt, Chelsea ... 15 Stephan, Michael ... 25 Stephenson, Darin ... 110 Stephenson, M a n d y ... 110 Stephenson, R y a n ... 66 Stepho, A m a n d a ... 15 Sterba, M e g a n ... 25 Stevens, H a n n a h ... 39 Stevens, Jessica ... 66 Stewart, Ariana ... 66 Stewart, J o a nne ... 110 Stewart, Pet er... 66, 176, 177 Stid, Jacob ... 66 Stimley, Darien ... 66 Stimson-D'water, Jillian ... 66 Stock, Julia ... 15, 182 Stockinger, P a m e l a ... 110 Stoel, Cathy ... 110 Streeter, Christina ... 110 Streeter, Travis ... 110 Strouf, Linda ... 110 Stroup, Sarah ... 66 Stryker, Benjamin ... 66 Stuart, Elizabeth ... 66 Stuckey, Caleb ... 66 Studzinski, Joe ... 66 Stuive, Gölten ... 66 Stukey, Jos eph ... 110 Sturtevant, Deborah ... 110 Stygstra, Jared ... 66 Styrlund, Lindsay ... 66 Sullivan, Katherine ... 110 Sutherin, Laurel ... 15, 144, 24 3 Sutherland, Sarah ... 66 S wa nson , Debra ... 110 Swa nson , Jaime ... 66 Swa nson , T o d d ... 110 Swartout, K im ... 110 Sweers, Lauren ... 39 Swift, Victoria ... 66 Szatkowski, Jena ... 110 Szczerowski, Beth ... 110 S z u m a , Mary-Kate ... 39 Szymczak, H a n n a ... 15

Takas, Mikayla ... 66 Talaga, Steve ... 110 Tallman, S a v a n n a h ... 66 T am mi, John ... 110 Tang, Weiyi ... 66 Tank, Doreen ... 110 Tapia, Maria ... 110 Tarallo, Brandon ... 15 Targett, E m m a ... 66 Tarp, Cleveland ... 67 Tarsa, Kaelyn ... 39 T a s m a , S a n d y ... 110 Taylor, Lauren ... 110, 222 Taylor, Madeline ... 25 Teater, J e n n a ... 110 Telfor, Zachary ... 39 T e n Haken, Vicki ... 110 Tenhoeve, Cailyn ... 15, 204 Terpstra, Zachary ... 67 Thayer, D e a n ... 110 Theis, Mary Clare ... 39, 162 Thelen, Craig ... 110 Thelen, Jennifer... 25 Thiel, Allie ... 67 T h o m a s Parrish, Leela ... 67 T h o m a s , Abigail ... 15 T h o m a s , Collin ... 67 T h o m a s , Justine ... 39 T h o m a s , Michael ... 25 T h o m a s , Reinie ... 25 T h o m p s o n , Alexis ... 25 T h o m p s o n , Grace ... 67 T h o m p s o n , Jonathan ... 67 T h o m p s o n , R o d g e r ... 25, 165 Throop, Barbara ... 110 Tilden, Isaac ... 67 Tilden, Pet er... 110 Tilma, H a n n a h ... 39 T i m m e n e y , M a r a ... 39 Timmer, S u m m e r ... 39, 196 Timperman, Pet er... 39 Tobias, Brooklyn ... 67 Tobias, Tristan ... 67 Tobin, Kaitlyn ... 39 Tolsma, Nola ... 39 T o m m o l a , Craig ... 110 Tongue, A b b y ... 25 Toren, Caroline ... 15 Toren, Julia ... 25 T o w n - B o w e n , H a n n a h ... 67 Towns, Dennis ... 67 Trancygier, M e g a n ... 67 Traversa, A m a n d a ... 25 Travis, Jam e l a h ... 39 Traynor, S e a n ... 67 Trembley, Beth ... 110 Trent, B r o w n Sonja ... 111 Trentadue, Kathryn ... 15, 109 Trethewey, Lori ... 111 Trillet, A n d r e w ... 67 Trisch, Tyler... 67 Troester, H e a t h e r ... 67 Trojniak, Ashley ... 67 Trujillo, Jill ... 111

Trujillo, Paige ... 67 Tseng, Gloria ... 111 Ttravis, Scott... 111 Turley, Liam ... 67 Turner, Benjamin ... 67 Turner, S h a n n o n ... 15 Tyler, Jeff... 111

03

Underhill, Kristin ... Ill Urban, A s h l e y ... 15 Urbanik, S h a n n o n ... 39 Ureste, Emily ... 25 Ursiny, Jesse ... 67 Utting, Allison ... 67

Valdes, Catherine ... 67, 223, 232 Valdez, Surrey ... 67 Valkema, Annie ... 111 Valkema, P a m e l a ... 111 Valle, Christian ... 68 Vallie, Logan ... 68 V a n Assen, Madeline ... 68 V a n Blois, Luke ... 68 V a n Deelen, A n n a ... 25 V a n Dyke, H a n n a h ... 39 V a n Es, Michelle ... 68 V a n H a m , Elizabeth ... 68 V a n Hecke, Maribeth ... 15 V a n Houzen, Courtney ... 25 V a n Oosterhout, Kaaron ... 111 V a n Reenen, Brianna ... 68 V a n Reenen, Jonathan ... 25 V a n Solkema, Nathan ... 68 V a n Swol, Carley ... 68 V a n Valkenburg, Bradley ...15 V a n Wienen, Grace ... 68 V a n Wieren, Kirsten ... 68, 215 V a n Wingen, Emily ... 68 Vanalst, H a n n a h ... 68 Vanark, D a w n ... 111 Vanbuskirk, Ev a n ... 68 Vance, Katharine ... 111 Vandebunte, A n d r e w ... 68 Vandehoef, Ma r y ... 111 Van demark, Connie ... 111 Van der Kooi, Abbigail ... 68 “ Van der Laan, R y a n ... 68, 215 Van der Lee, Elizabeth ... 68 Vanderberg, Melyn ... 111 Vanderbilt, Bill ... Ill Vanderkin, Blair... 26, 153 Vanderklipp, Sabrina ... 68 Vanderlugt, D a n a ... 111 Vanderstoep, Allison ... 68 251


Vanderstoep, Jill... 111 Vanderstoep, Ma r k ... 68 Vanderstoep, Scott... 111 Vanderveen, H a n a ... 15 Vanderveen, Jacob ... 39 Vanderveen, Rachel ... 68 Vanderveen, Steve ... 111 Vanderweele, Brady ... 15 Vanderyacht, G o r d o n ... 111 Vanderzee, S u z a n n e ... 111 Vanderzwaag, Adriana ... 68 Vanderzwaag, Connie ... 111 Vandoorne, David ... 111 Vandort, Jordan ... 68 Vandort, Mic hael... 111 Vanduinen, Deborah ... 111 Vandussen, R h o n d a ... 111 Vandyke, Mar cye ... 111 Vandyken, D o u g ... 111 Vaneerden, Kyle ... Ill Vangessel, Bethany ... 68 Vanheest, J a m e s ... 111 Vanhouten, T o n y ... 111 Vanklompenberg, Mary ... 111 Vanlente, Michael ... 111 Vanmeeteren, R o b e r t ... 111 Vanoosterhontk, Aaron ... 111 Vanoyenwitvliet, Charlotte ... 111 Vanputten, Laura ... 69 Vanputten, P a m ... 111 Vantil, K e n t ... 111 Vantongeren, Daryl ... 111 Vanvalkenburg, Ally ... 69 Vanvleet, Alex ... 39 Vanvoorst, R o b e r t ... 111 Vanwieren, G o r don ... 69 Vanwylen, David ... 111 Vanzanten, Brian ... 112 Vartabedian, Elizabeth ... 15 Vazquez, Gabriela ... 26 Veasley, David ... 26 Veenbaas, E m i l y ... 15 Veenstra, Darlene ... 112 Veenstra, R y a n ... 69 Vega, Yolanda ... 112 Velandra, D e a n a ... 39, 220 Velazquez, Jose ... 112 Veld, Annie ... 69 Veld, Jack ... 69 Veldman, Emily ... 69 Veldman, R o g e r ... 112 Veldman, R o g e r ... 69 Veltman, Austin ... 112, 168 Veltman, Michael ... 112 Verbrugge, D a w n ... 112 Verduin, Kathleen ... 112 Verduin, William ... 15 Vereeke, Randall ... 112

Villarreal, Ernesto ... 112 Vincensi, Barbara ... 112 Vincent, Ariel ... 15, 239 Vincent, K im ... 112, 180 Vismara, T h o m a s ... 39 Visser, A b b y ... 39 Vogel, Ev a n ... 69 Vogelzang, Cynthia ... 112 Vogt, Lillianne ... 69 Volkers, S u s a n ... 112 Vollbrecht, Peter... 112 Voskuil, Dennis ... 112 Voskuil, Vicki ... 112 Voss, Lisa ... 112 Vroom, Alexandra ... 69 Vroon, Sarah ... 39, 214 Vruggink, Gary ... 112

Walcott, Lisa ... 112 Waldvogel, Martha ... 112 Waller, S a m a n t h a ... 69 W a l m a , A d a m ... 26 W a l m a , J e n n a ... 69 Walters, Jacob ... 69 Walters, M a r g o ... 100, 112 Waltersdorf, A n n a ... 69 Walton, Tys on ... 26 Walton, Victoria ... 15 Wander, T r e v o r ... 69 W a n g , Liping ... 15 W a n g , S h a o m e n g ... 15 W a n g , Teky ... 69 Wangstrom, E m m a ... 69 Wantoch, Jacob ... 69, 215 Ward, Victoria ... 40 Ware, Jonathan ... 40 Warner, Ashley ... 40 Warner, Mckenzie ... 40 Warren, C h a n d l e r ... 26, 147, 153, 162, 163, 192, 193, 194, 195, 196, 197, 198, 199, 200, 201,202, 203, 204, 205, 206, 207, 239, 242 Wassilak, Collin ... 40 Waterstone, Kathy ... 112 Watson, Cole ... 26 Watts, Alexandria ... 26 W e b b , Alexandra ... 26 W e b b , Rachael ... 40 W e b b , Tyler... 69 Weber, Zachary ... 26 Weeber, Barbara ... 112 W e e d a , Jane ... 112 Weeldreyer, H a n n a h ... 69 Weesies, Melanie ... 69 Weigl, Griffin ... 40 Weisgerber, Patrick ... 112 Wells, Micaela ... 69, 88 Wennersten, Christine ... 112 Wentworth, Mary ... 112 Wernlund, Bec ky ... 112 Wesselink, Paul ... 112 West, Braxton ... 69 West, Elizabeth O s w a l t ... 112

Wettack, Sheldon ... 112 Wetzler, Elizabeth ... 112 White, David ... 40 White, R y a n ... 112 White, Tyra ... 69 Whitehead, Colin ... 26 W hi twam , A b b y ... 70, 123 Widener, Greg ... 112 Wiebe, T o d d ... 112 Wiederhoeft, C a m e r o n ... 26 Wielenga, Sara ... 112 Wiersma, Margie ... 112 Wightman, Rachel ... 70 Wilcox, Haley ... 70 Wilcox, Kyrian ... 15 Willard, Paul ... 112 Willhite, Courtney ... 70, 170 Williams, Carolyn ... 70 Williams, Jacob ... 70 Williams, Jos eph ... 40 Williams, Kendra ... 112 Williams, Zachary ... 40 Wills, S p e n c e r ... 70 Wilson, Betsy ... 40 Wilson, B o y d ... 102, 112 Wilson, H a n n a h ... 70 Wilson, Lela ... 113 Wilson, M a r y ... 113 Wilson, Michael ... 113 Wilson, T r e v o r ... 70 Windemuller, Tyler... 70 Wingrove, Catherine ... 70 Winia, Jaelyn ... 40 Winkelman, Karina ... 16 Winkler, Jen na ... 70 Winnett-Murray, Kathy ... 113 Wisneski, Breanna ... 16 Wissink, Rick ... 113 Witkowski, Kris ... 113 Wittenbach, Alexandra ... 40 Wittlief, Cryssanne ... 16 Wittlief, Helena ... 70, 215 Wohlfert, Alexia ... 70 Wolfe, Caitlin ... 70 Wolfe, Jennifer... 113, 136 Wolters, Jarod ... 70 Wolters, Rajean ... 113 Wolthuis, Aleshia ... 70 W o n d e r g e m , Jared ... 70 W o n g , Sharon ... 113 Woodside, R y a n ... 70 Woolsey, Daniel ... 113 Woolsey, Lisa ... 113 Worcheck, Zachary ... 70 Wortz, Caleb ... 70 W u , Xiaodong ... 16 Wunder, M a r kus ... 113 Wunderlich, G r a n t ... 40, 179 Wyckoff, Dylan ... 40 W y n v e e n , Leigh ... 40 Wysocki, D a v e ... 113 Wysocki, R y a n ... 70

Xayasane, Loi K h a m ... 113

Yacullo, S a m a n t h a ... 70 Yamazaki, K a n o k o ... 16, 226 Yang, Elijah ... 26 Yang, Jincheng ... 70 Yelding, John ... 113 Yetzke, Angie ... 113 Yokouchi, A y a k a ... 26 Yonker, Alexandra ... 70 Yonker, Cinda ... 113 Yonker, D a n ... 113 Yost, Brian ... 113 Yost, Michelle ... 113 Young, Danil ... 71 Young, Kelley ... 113 Yurk, Brian ... 113

a Zank, Benjamin ... 16 Zanski, Jakob ... 40 Zawacki, A n d r e w ... 71, 186 Zeeff, E d n a ... 113 Zeeryp, Kaeli ... 40 Zeller, Natalie ... 40 Z e p e d a Moreno, Anisha ... 71 Zheng, Zilong ... 113 Zhi, Yiran ... 16 Zieschang, Sarah ... 40 Z i m m e r m a n , Ethan ... 16 Z i m m e r m a n , Lori ... 113, 180 Z i m m e r m a n , S u z a n n e ... 113 Zoller, Emily ... 16 Zomer, Katarina ... 71 Zomerlei, Daniel ... 113 Zorrilla, Isabella ... 71 Zuniga, Esther... 113 Zuniga, H e c t o r ... 113 Zylman, Lannette ... 113

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