Coming Full Circle: Hillsdale Athletes Brent and Lindsay Ogle and Blazer Manufacturing

Written by Monica Vanderweide Twenty years after they entered Hillsdale as freshmen, 2002 alumni Brent and Lindsay Berlin Ogle of Columbus, Nebraska, find that they appreciate Hillsdale College even more with each passing year. As business owners, they recognize how their Hillsdale education and time as student-athletes laid the foundation for the entrepreneurial leap they […]

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Making Home at Hillsdale

Intentionality lives at the heart of the yet-unnamed New Dorm, which opened last fall as an upperclassman women’s dorm on the east side of campus. From the building layout, to the furniture and decor, to the young women who live inside, each detail exists to help make Hillsdale a home of its own. “We were […]

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Top of the Morning Show Michael Kreuz Wins Newscast Emmy

With the help of John Lauria, ’95, 27 Hillsdale graduates have been hired by Stryker, a Fortune 500 company specializing in medical technologies. “Hillsdale grads take care of Hillsdale grads,” Lauria says.

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The Underappreciated Writer’s Fanclub, a.k.a. Chesterton Society

With the help of John Lauria, ’95, 27 Hillsdale graduates have been hired by Stryker, a Fortune 500 company specializing in medical technologies. “Hillsdale grads take care of Hillsdale grads,” Lauria says.

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Buy a Sticker, Save a Lake: Austin Holsinger and Great Lakes Proud

Through his company, Great Lakes Proud (GLP), Austin Holsinger, ’10, is fulfilling a dream to celebrate and promote the Great Lakes while giving back to organizations that protect and preserve this national treasure.

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“Stryking” the Right Match: John Lauria Places Graduates at Stryker

With the help of John Lauria, ’95, 27 Hillsdale graduates have been hired by Stryker, a Fortune 500 company specializing in medical technologies. “Hillsdale grads take care of Hillsdale grads,” Lauria says.

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Cool Class: History of the Book

Written by Monica Vanderweide What goes into making a book? How have books evolved from Gutenberg’s day to the present? Is a bookless future a real possibility? Hillsdale bibliophiles examine these questions—as well as items from the College’s rare book collections—in “History of the Book,” a class taught by Assistant to the Provost and Lecturer […]

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Community Among the Stacks: Mossey Library Outreach Programs

Written by Monica Vanderweide Librarian of Congress Carla Hayden says, “There is a hunger in this digital age to hear authors together, to participate in programs, to just be in a place, a community space.” Hillsdale’s Mossey Library is such a place—giving students, faculty, and staff opportunities to explore new interests and engage with great […]

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Traditions That Work: Valentine’s Day in Benzing Residence

Most Benzing events follow a simple structure: home-cooked food and low-pressure ways to build or strengthen friendships.

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From Injury to Victory

Written by Brad Monastiere In the midst of a promising freshman year volleyball season, Paige VanderWall, ’19, tore the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) in her right knee during a victory over Ashland University. The injury was caused by a simple jump and landing, something she had done thousands of times in her career. But this […]

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Why I Chose Hillsdale: A Graduate Profile by Christopher O’Keefe

Written by Christopher O’Keefe I used to think that I wanted to be an orthopedic surgeon. I started college at Salve Regina University as a pre-med major, taking classes in biology and chemistry. Although I worked hard, I never felt passionate about what I was learning; I was just going through the motions. I became […]

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Meet Time Management Masters Jay Rose and Maria Grinis

When senior Jay Rose goes to his 8:00 a.m. class, he’s not bleary-eyed like most college students. He’s already made time for weight lifting with the team and some early-morning studying.

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