Creating Beautiful Study Spaces

Three freshmen who write fiction for fun discuss how storytelling impacts their lives as students.

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Students on Stories

Three freshmen who write fiction for fun discuss how storytelling impacts their lives as students.

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Lessons in Storytelling: Approaching the Unfamiliar with Visiting Writer Dennis Covington

Visiting Writer Dennis Covington spent time on campus sharing his gift for storytelling with English majors and Journalism students. Beyond this, however, Mr. Covington taught us an important lesson in seeing humanity in the most unfamiliar and uncomfortable of situations.

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Think Outside the Major

You may think your summer internship must specifically relate to your major, but if you follow your passions and skills first, and major second, you’ll discover numerous internship opportunities you might not have thought possible.

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Selfless Service is the GOAL

Behind every GOAL program is a student leader who organizes events, coordinates volunteer opportunities, and offers their own time volunteering. What does it take to be one of these extraordinary leaders?

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The Weight of Education

A liberal arts education is more than simply a core curriculum. It is an education in the questions that burden the hearts of every human being.

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Reaching Beyond the Major

What happens when we don’t end up using our majors? This question can terrify a college student. If we had the power to perfectly plan our futures, we would work it out to where all the blood, sweat, and tears we invest in our majors would translate directly to our careers. Unfortunately, thanks to changing interests or shifting priorities, it usually doesn’t end up this way. However, even if our majors don’t always line up perfectly with our careers, they still lay important groundwork for our futures.

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From Friends to Family: What It’s Like to Adopt-A-Grandparent

Though college students and residents at a local nursing home might appear to have little in common, the friendships they form through Hillsdale College’s Adopt-A-Grandparent GOAL Program transcend generational gaps.

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Feminism at Hillsdale: Campus Culture Thrives on Open and Honest Dialogue

Faculty members bring feminism to the discussion table: what it is, how it can be implemented, and why our society needs it. “Feminism: A Professorial Panel” welcomed professorial dialogue on a hot-button issue pervading our nation.

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Student Athletes

The question of whether student-athletes can make the grade has a simple answer: yes. At Hillsdale, the same competitive spirit found on the court, diamond, and turf is what drives student-athletes to strive for greatness in the classroom.

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A Vibrant Mission

“Pursuing truth and defending liberty” is a commonly mentioned phrase in classes, over lunch, and in the hallways of Hillsdale College. Our mission statement truly encapsulates the spirit here.

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A Brief History of Hillsdale, Part 2: The Twentieth Century

From its founding principles of freedom and equality to its fight against governmental control, here is a glimpse into the fascinating history of Hillsdale College throughout the twentieth century.

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