Charging toward Victory: The Hillsdale Liftathon

Come early spring, when the snow starts to melt, there’s a fresh sense of excitement in the JAM weight room. If you know any football players, you’ll realize that it’s not just the approach of spring practices that’s making them spend extra time pumping iron.

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Dear Freshman Me: Find These Academic Gems

Dear Freshman Me, there are more than just core and major classes in college. Have some fun, and find these lessons outside a classroom—from racquetball to comparative political structures.

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One Voice: Weekly Worship With Soma

Every Thursday night, student-led Soma provides a place for students of all Christian denominations to gather and worship God in song and prayer.

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Hillsdale Students Take to the Airwaves on Radio Free Hillsdale

WRFH Radio Free Hillsdale is much more than a small room tucked away in the Knorr Student Center, or a part of the College’s journalism program.

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Snow and Silence

It was a nearly perfect winter day in Hillsdale, complete with crisp blue sky, shining sun, and a thick layer of snow on the ground. What better way to spend a day like this than in communing with Mother Nature through a trip to Hayden Park?

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The Center of Campus: Hillsdale’s Quad

Though the quad might look like just another patch of lawn, it’s a vibrant center of activity at the heart of Hillsdale’s community.

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Their Time to Shine: Students Rally to Save the Clocktower

For nearly 150 years, Hillsdale College’s iconic clocktower has risen high above the surrounding countryside pointing to an azure sky, as beautifully stated in our alma mater, “White and Blue.” But did you know there was a time when our clocktower was in danger of being lost?

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The Heartbeat of the Community: Jeremiah Hodshire Leads Hillsdale Hospital

In a year when health care and hospitals have dominated the national conversation, ’99 Alum Jeremiah “JJ” Hodshire’s love of the Hillsdale community has motivated him to work tirelessly to bring attention to the importance of rural hospitals.  

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“Come Join Me in Rhyme”: A Look into Hillsdale’s Own Dead Poets Society

In off-campus houses, friends meet to read dead poets, sing Irish songs, and share in a Hillsdale tradition that’s been around for decades.

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Read All About It: Journalism at Hillsdale

If you love writing and have a passion for sharing your discoveries with the world, be sure to explore the on- and off-campus opportunities Hillsdale College’s Dow Journalism Program minor has to offer.

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Rourke Michael: The Value of Collaborative Introspection

While some attempt to overcome the stresses of college life by dedicating certain days to rest and pull away from campus bustle, others dive into their hobbies to regroup. For Hillsdale-bred quartet Rourke Michael, music is the best diversion, especially when it is enjoyed among friends.

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What to Expect Sophomore Year

Sophomore year differs, sometimes greatly, from freshman year, but with it come many exciting changes to appreciate.

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