Things to Bring to College

Moving at any point in your life is stressful, but moving from home to college is possibly the most daunting experience. I believe this is because no one really knows exactly what one may, or may not, need. Being a senior at Hillsdale College, and having moved nearly every semester, I now find myself a master of moving. For the new freshman on campus, here are some brings and do-not-brings.

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10 Things Students Should Know When Traveling Abroad

Passports are the most exciting things. They get you into strange and wild new places. They allow a smooth welcome back to the United States. The stamps and visas are like a “collect them all” for the nations of the world. Here are 10 things to know when planning your next overseas trip.

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What You Didn’t Know About Downtown Hillsdale

You already know the popular downtown shops for a cup of joe, a scoop of ice cream, or a mid-week break from studying. Here are the lesser-known sides to five of your favorite Hillsdale haunts.

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Biblical Narrative: The Summer Session to Take

Studying biblical narrative requires particular focus because of its unique challenges. As LaRae Ferguson explains, “I feel like we have to unlearn more things when studying the Bible than with other texts. We come to the Bible with many assumptions, primarily that it’s holy literature. We have to temporarily set those assumptions aside before we can bring them back and gain a richer understanding of the text.”

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Cultural Immersion: High Schoolers Study Abroad

The Hillsdale College High School Study Abroad program gives high school students the opportunity to study and travel abroad with Hillsdale faculty.

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