The History of Flag Day

The American flag seems to wave all summer, but do we know the significance and history of the actual Flag Day? The name is pretty explanatory, but there’s a rich patriotic history behind this underrated holiday.

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‘Neath Banners of White and Blue

For the first time ever, Hillsdale College hosted the White and Blue Alumni Weekend in late May. Alumni were welcomed back to campus to honor the achievements of four Alumni Award recipients and to catch up on the happenings of the school they love. A weekend of celebration, festivities, camaraderie, and reunion, White and Blue Weekend is sure to become a Hillsdale tradition.

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Athletes in the Arts

For Hillsdale athletes, the college experience is not confined to lines on a field. Explore the stories of two Chargers who pursue the good, true, and beautiful through their artistic and athletic pursuits.

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Gash Gold Vermillion: Poetry Recitations and Art

Memorizing poetry is mildly terrifying, but it’s one of my favorite takeaways from Great Books. Any bit of memorized poetry is something you can carry with you throughout the day. It’s a sharp bit of beauty or truth that appears in your head when you least expect it: during art class, even…

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Crash Course: Bullet Journaling For College Students

If social media were your only source of information, you might think that bullet journaling is a planning system that involves a million pens, a huge time commitment, and at least a hundred rolls of washi tape. Fortunately, that is not true—a few Hillsdale students set the record straight and offered their advice on how to start a bullet journal of your own.

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Olympian Lucas Kozeniesky Visits Hillsdale

Hillsdale’s partnership with USA Shooting creates opportunities for the best and brightest stars in the shooting world to interact with the Hillsdale community. During the Junior National Championship on Hillsdale’s campus, we were able to catch up with Olympian Lucas Kozeniesky.

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Alumni Find Hillsdale College Campus a Place of Calm Among Storm, Then and Now

Sue Hayes, ’61, and Zach Kanaan, ’71, take a look back at their lives on campus, discuss the College’s 50- & 60-Year Reunion, community impact.

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Manning Street: Hillsdale’s Off-Campus Hub

Manning Street, the heartbeat of off-campus life at Hillsdale, plays a vibrant role in Hillsdale’s student culture.

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Bringing Autism Awareness Through Music: How One Alumna is Making an Instrumental Impact

Nicole Khoury, ’99, is a judge, a rock star, and a charity founder. She talks all things Project iAm, her nonprofit organization, and how Hillsdale gave her solid tools to not only rule in the courtroom, but to start her own charity.

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Grab and Go: Fuel for Chargers on the Run

For Hillsdale students, finding time for meals can be difficult. Often pulled in several directions by their clubs, studies, and organizations, sitting down for lunch may not be the best option for students on the go. Thankfully Hillsdale College and their meal service, Bon Appétit, have created an option for busy students: Grab and Go.

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A Closer Listen: Battle of the Bands

While in many cases this would be seen as a fiasco, and musicians and fans alike were distraught over the abridged night, the floor’s failure secured the lasting success of this storied event.

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The Road to Messiah

Being a freshman in the first performance of Handel’s Messiah in Christ Chapel at Easter was a glorious moment for my choir experience. But what I was most proud of was our persevering through the journey to reach that moment.

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