Studying the American Mind From Three Different Perspectives

Jordan Reimschisel, ’16, enjoys the unique opportunity to study a single topic, the American mind, from three different perspectives. “How did the politics, the literature, everything interact to form the American mind? That’s what the American studies major is about. It’s writing and reading and, above all, critical thinking that encourages you to explore the relationship between those three fields.”

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The Patience of a Stonecutter

Flute players are a dime a dozen, but Hillsdale’s flute instructor, Jaimie Wagner, has a knack for making students feel special.

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What College is Meant to Be

This is what college is meant to be. This is Hillsdale.

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The Freshman Pledge

We pledge ourselves to the pursuit of truth, the love of the good, and the cultivation of beauty, for the sake of our minds and hearts and for an ennobled society.

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The Good, the True, and the Beautiful

  How do we measure “good”? Is it defined by the majority? Is it measured by self-satisfaction or personal fulfillment? The good of any thing is found in its ability to accomplish what it was created for…to realize its purpose for existence as intended by its maker. Only in this realization can something truly be […]

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16 Do’s and Don’ts for CPAC 2016

Going to the biggest convention of conservatives of the year? Excited to see the presidential candidates in person? Going to D.C. for the first time? Here’s the lowdown on how to survive your first—or your fourth—Conservative Political Action Conference.

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Justice Antonin Scalia: What We Lost

With the death of Antonin Scalia, America lost. We lost a great writer, a brilliant mind, and a great champion for the rule of law.

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A Study of Church Tensions

Written by Chandler Lasch Senior Bryan Morey has been interested in religious history since high school. While the majority of his studies at Hillsdale have focused on the Jacksonian period, his passion for religious history has continued to grow during his time here. After taking a class on the history of England, he was inspired to research the […]

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