Hope College Students Consider “The Human Condition”
Seminar speakers included Kirk Center Senior Fellows Gleaves Whitney and Jeff Polet, Cara Rogers (Asst. Professor of History, Ashland University), Patrick Deneen (University of Notre Dame), and Jason Peters (Associate Professor of English Literature, Hillsdale College).
The students offered the following reactions to their time spent at the Kirk Center:
“Loved the opportunity to talk with faculty and spend significant time with them in an intimate setting.”
“Very helpful in interacting with faculty and formulating thought on political and cultural matters.”
“Sign up. It’s fantastic.”
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