Hope College’s Markets and Morality Group Receives Grant

Hope College’s Markets and Morality group has received a grant to support programming and outreach. The grant will provide opportunities for students to attend conferences and expand the guest speaker and film programs. Founded in 2013, Markets and Morality has seen strong interest from students as it explores the relationship between free markets and religious ideas.

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