Where Dreams Go to Die (Kind of)

As we sprinted toward the sideline, I knew it was going to be close. He finally saw his opening and began to cut up the field just inches in front of me. I dove with arms fully extended toward the two yellow flags trailing behind his belt. For a moment, the world slowed as I hovered above the field of Frank “Muddy” Waters Stadium.

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Eight Ways to Find Employment during Coronavirus

As a senior this year, I was excited to enter into an extremely strong job market that offered great opportunities for 2020 graduates. Then COVID-19 hit. Fortunately, there are still ways to secure employment after graduation this year, even as many employers go on a hiring freeze.

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A History of Joys through the Dow Residence

In an odd sequence of events, I knew I wanted to live in the Dow Residence, fondly known as the Paul House, even before I had been accepted into Hillsdale. The house’s history was intriguing, but I have found something even more special in the house’s community.

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Be Our Guest

The College’s Distinguished Visiting Fellows program has brought guests as notable as two-time Pulitzer Prize winner David McCullough and United States Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas to campus to teach students. See how just a few of these visiting lecturers have impacted students’ lives.

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You Know You Go To Hillsdale When . . .

At Hillsdale, we have some quirks and traditions we’re proud to say characterize our campus. Here are just a few.

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Presidential Tasks

Have you ever wondered what it’s like to work in Dr. Arnn’s office? Two student workers share their experiences.

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Eight Reasons to Join a Fraternity

When you join a fraternity, your money goes far beyond the men with whom you work and live. It goes into social and professional events, philanthropy, better housing, and more. Here are the top eight reasons to join a fraternity.

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Procrastibaking and More

After a busy day at college, it’s fun to unwind and do something with your hands. Hillsdale students share two of their favorite creative ways to relax.

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Pursuing Arete at the Splex

Hillsdale’s Sports Complex is more than just a place with exercise equipment. It’s a vital hub of campus culture, with a wealth of opportunities for students to build fitness and friendships.

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Back to the Basics

Gertrude Stein once said, “I really do not know that anything has ever been more exciting than diagramming sentences.” To many people, this may seem odd. But in at least one of Hillsdale’s classes, excitement and sentence diagramming come together.

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A Chorus of Faith

Music not only helps us with our studies, but more importantly, it gives us a way to express our faith, whether that be in the dorm with a guitar and a few hymns, or in the chapel with a majestic organ and a beautiful chamber choir.

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The Halfway House: A Surprising History

Join me on a little dive into the surprising history of off-campus culture at one of Hillsdale College’s off-campus houses.

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