Hope students of all years and majors are encouraged to attend one of two brief meetings hosted by the members of Markets & Morality in Winants Auditorium, Graves Hall. “M&M” is a friendly and intellectually intimate community, and we’ve got great plans for making silver-linings out of these COVID times! We’ll start our time with a brief, socially-distanced presentation about who M&M is, the privileges and responsibilities of membership, the application process, and our plans for 2020-21. We’ll then move outside for the bulk of our time together, enjoying snacks (provided) and each other’s company.

If you cannot make it on August 19 at 4 p.m., please attend the alternative session on August 20 at 7 p.m. or email us at marketsandmorality@hope.edu.

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Why Econ is for Lovers? Sarah’s work—and this website—isn’t just about her love for econ and a desire to share it, but rather that economics, as a tool of prudence, can help us to facilitate the Good of the other, that is to love well. (This slogan is also a whimsical reference to Sarah’s grad school home in Charlottesville as it echoes Virginia’s classic state tourism motto.)