Race at the Center

Trayvon Martin. Michael Brown. Ferguson. Baltimore. Alton Sterling. Chicago. Black Lives Matter. Freddie Gray. Charlotte. Dallas. Philando Castile. Baton Rouge. Terence Crutcher. Tamir Rice. The steady, mournful drumbeat of racial unrest, senseless death and reactionary violence reverberates across our nation. Through social media, the Internet and other vehicles, details of each tragedy send shock waves … Continue reading “Race at the Center”

National Need, Local Impact: Helping iGen Navigate Rough Waters

In a quiet corner of the brightly adorned lobby of Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) at Hope College stands a tall black metal carousel, not unlike one that would hold greeting cards at a Holland gift shop. However, the “greetings” on the informational pamphlets here are anything but cheerful. Understanding and Treating Depression, one cover … Continue reading “National Need, Local Impact: Helping iGen Navigate Rough Waters”