Top 10 Student Study Playlists

You search, and search, and search some more. But you just can’t find the music you’re looking for. Never fear, the students of Hillsdale will not let you down.

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BCSI School Staff Spotlight—Mrs. Juliane Hillock

Juliane Hillock is the founding principal of Hozho Academy, a K-5 BCSI school that opened in 2018 in Gallup, New Mexico. She graduated from Hillsdale College in 1991 with an English major and history minor. She also holds a master’s degree in school leadership from Harvard University.   What did you do immediately after graduating […]

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Blue Christmas: Pain has a Place

Blue Christmas is a service that honors the pain of the past and provides a space for students to honor their story in light of the Christmas story. It all started in 2016 as a joint effort between Father Adam and Brock Lutz.

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The Day We Peaked: A Visit to the Top of Central Hall

Written by Nina Hufford I visited Hillsdale College for the first time as a senior in high school. During that visit, I shadowed Paul Keenan, a high school friend who was a sophomore at the time. As I settled into a chair in a Kendall classroom to hear Provost Whalen lecture on Alexander Pope, I […]

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Connecting the Dots between Hillsdale’s Non-Profits

In a town with so much need, many groups want to help. Problems arise, though, when those groups don’t coordinate. Missy DesJardin is helping connect Hillsdale’s non-profits, starting with her new thrift store.

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Professors Share: Poetry Appreciation Month

April is Poetry Appreciation Month, and around Hillsdale’s campus, we take our poetry pretty seriously. We asked a few professors to share their favorite poems and what inspires them to read more poetry. Here’s what they had to say.

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BCSI School Staff Spotlight—Mr. Bryce Horswell

What is your current position, graduation year, and major? I am dean of the upper school for Northwest Arkansas Classical Academy in Bentonville, Arkansas. I graduated from Hillsdale College in 2005 with a major in history.   What did your time at Hillsdale teach you, and how does it influence your teaching? My Hillsdale education […]

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Creating Beautiful Study Spaces

While it may not always be possible to take leisurely time to appreciate the beauty of what we study, it is at least important to take the time once in a while to surround ourselves with beauty.

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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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