Lunch with President Arnn

Of the many idiosyncrasies that make Hillsdale unique, President Arnn’s regular cafeteria visits stand out as possibly the coolest quirk of Hillsdale.

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Music in the Community

Music in the Community offers Hillsdale students the opportunity to sing at a nearby nursing home every Sunday afternoon. This past week we gathered to join voices with the residents in their sunny dining room.

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Internship Spotlight: Emily Runge, ’16

Senior politics major Emily Runge interned in Washington, D.C., during the spring of 2015 at the Heritage Foundation in their Asian Studies Center, which is part of the Davis Foreign Policy Institute.

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The Hozian Art Scholarship

When Hillsdale donor Bob Hozian decided to fund a scholarship for art students in memory of his mother, he didn’t want it to be just any scholarship. He wanted to know the people he’d be helping out.

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A Hillsdalian in Virginia

Rather than attending a cheery parade complete with firetrucks, mini American flags, and lollipops, junior history major Hailey Morgan spent her Memorial Day last summer working at a luminary event for a national cemetery.

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WRFH 101.7 Spreading the College’s Mission on the Air

On July 10, WRFH 101.7 FM—Hillsdale College’s new radio station—crackled to life, and with it, the dreams of many students to have their voices echo across Hillsdale’s airwaves. Though an automation system currently selects songs from a “Patriotic Music” catalog to fill those airwaves, the mic will soon be in the hands of students.

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How to Stay Sane Over Finals Week

Exams are upon us. To prepare for my first week of college finals, I asked some test-taking veterans for study tips. Spoiler alert: almost all advice begins with, “Don’t procrastinate.”

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Places To Study During Finals Week

Looking for a place to study for final exams or to finish that twenty-page term paper? Whether you need a dead-silent space in which to think, a place where you can grab a coffee while memorizing flashcards, or some natural lighting to brighten the monotonous process of organizing class notes, we’ve got you covered. Check out these ten spots!

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The Unexpected Community of Hillsdale

The unexpected part of Hillsdale comes in the form of community. I asked some fellow freshmen what it is about Hillsdale that suprised them the most this first semester, and relationships and experiences outside of the classroom come out on top.

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Music in Community: Spotlight on Chamber Choir

The chamber choir is what Prof. Holleman calls an “ambassador for the college and the students,” distinguished not only by quality of sound, but also by tradition and beauty.

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Why I Chose Hillsdale: Haley Hauprich

Home. Up until now, I’ve always used that word to describe the house that I’ve lived in for the past 18 years, my small and close-knit high school, or the city of Phoenix, Arizona (which, if you didn’t already know, is a place about as un-Michigan as it gets).

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A Friday in the Life of a Sophomore

Sophomore Aaron Andrews describes daily life at Hillsdale College.

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