The Veritas Forum began at Harvard University in 1992 as a way to get students to think about what the school was founded upon: the Veritas, or truth, of Jesus Christ. Since then, dozens of campuses in the United States and abroad have emulated the Harvard model and held forums of their own. The Hope Veritas Forum is designed to include the arts, ideas, theology and popular culture, so as to listen to how God works in the lives of writers, musicians, social activists, educators and artists. This forum has run every two years since its 1997 debut on campus. The collection includes audiotape cassettes of speaker presentations, event posters, speaker information, and newspaper clippings.
Repository citation: Hope College, "H14-1858.10. Veritas Forum. Records, 1997. 0.50 linear ft." (2022). Collection Registers and Abstracts. Paper 1809.
August 5, 2022.