10 Tips to Surviving Hell Week

The week before finals, otherwise known as “Hell Week” is finally upon us. As you’re scrambling to finish papers, projects, and exams, don’t give in to desperate panic! Use these practical tips to help you navigate this stressful time—and emerge with great grades and your health and sanity intact!

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Greg Wolfe, Editor of Image Magazine, Visits Campus

Several weeks ago, Hillsdale hosted Greg Wolfe, Writer in Residence at Seattle Pacific University and founder of Image literary magazine.

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Phoebe Kalthoff, Art Major

You’ll find more than a couple people double-majoring in English and art at Hillsdale, and Phoebe Kalthoff argues that this happens because English is art with words. Phoebe is a junior at Hillsdale, hailing from the town of Hillsdale.

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A Portrait of a Freshman: Elsa Lagerquist

Elsa Lagerquist is a freshman from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, majoring in Art. She is a member of the Hillsdale College Honors Program, and she participates in Orchestra, Swing Dance Club, and Ballroom Club.

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Epic Week: Revisiting the Spoken Epic

Every year during the fall, students gather on the quad to read Homer and Virgil over the course of an entire night.

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Mary Blendermann and the Three Bears

For Mary Blendermann, Hillsdale College was a happy medium between the larger Liberty and dwarf Patrick Henry.

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What’s Your Favorite Hillsdale Story?

What is your favorite story from your time at Hillsdale? This isn’t supposed to be what you think the college wants to hear, but what really is one of your favorite stories of being in college – the most ridiculous and the most hilarious ones; the ones that left you in tears of sorrow or joy; the ones that made you realize who you wanted to become.

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Learning How to Live

“As a high school senior, I was dead-set against coming to Hillsdale College,” Victoria Fassett confesses. “My mom actually forced me to visit the campus.”

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Anthony Manno, New Director of Student Activities Office

“I always joke that I have a fun job,” Anthony Manno smiles, “because it’s about distracting students and taking their focus off academics when everyone here is so focused on their schoolwork. Focusing first on academics is the philosophy that’s preached here—as it should be—but another part of the college experience is having a great time socially.”

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Dr. Whalen “Absolutely Thrilled” to Be a New Part of Hillsdale College

From the beginning of his teaching career, Dr. Benedict Whalen has “aspired to teach at a small liberal arts school.” His invitation to teach at Hillsdale College allowed him to finally realize this dream.

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A Big Fan of the Liberal Arts

What can be gained by a liberal arts education? Christina believes that this education is foundational to living a good life regardless of vocation. The classes move beyond the GPA and become part of leading a good life.

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Discovering Beer as a Science

Matt Drogowski’s passion for science needs no embellishment. When speaking with him, his interest in his research spills into nearly every aspect of conversation.

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