A Prehistoric Thesis

For his senior thesis, Forester McClatchey, ’16, is studying dinosaur research conducted in Victorian England and working on a series of paintings that demonstrate the evolution of paleontologist art from the 1860s to the present.

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The History of Centralhallapalooza

Written by The Student Activities Board Central Hall is a beautiful, iconic building located in the middle of campus, hosting several important offices, including Admissions, Financial Aid, the Registrar, and the Deans of Men and Women.  It’s often the site of prospective students’ first picture on campus and graduating seniors’ last.  Central Hall, however, is […]

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Hey, It Works!

An email popped up on my friend’s laptop one morning in January while I unwrapped a granola bar for breakfast. Back on campus a week early for winter training, my swimmer housemates and I were sitting at our kitchen table after morning practice trying to get a start on the job hunt. Graduation was staring us in the face, and it was time to find an answer to the dreaded question: “Do you have a job yet?”

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Life in Olds Residence

When I think of Olds, the first thing I think about is community. A lot contributes to an atmosphere that makes everyone feel welcomed and loved.

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Highlights from Spring 2016 Parents Weekend

Every semester, Hillsdale invites parents to campus for Parents Weekend. Here are what some parents have to say about the event.

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Mathematics and the Common Core

Sarah Onken is a senior majoring in politics and mathematics. For her math thesis, Sarah chose to examine the standards the common core sets for mathematics and what they reveal about how common core answers the question, “What is mathematics?”

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2016 Charger Hall of Fame: Andrew Kincannon

One of the most gifted and versatile athletes of the 1950s, Kincannon made his mark across many sports for the Dales during his career in the 1950s.

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First Edition of The Federalist On Display at the Kirby Center

Visitors of Hillsdale College’s Kirby Center in Washington, D.C., can view an original copy of this seminal work, thanks to the generous donation of nationally syndicated radio talk-show host Mark Levin.

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Hillsdale College 2016 Israel Student Trip

Over the 2015/2016 Christmas holiday break, more than 80 Hillsdale College students had the opportunity to spend ten days studying in Israel.

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Hillsdale College Kirby Center Celebrates Five Years

Hillsdale’s Kirby Center for Constitutionalism and Citizenship in Washington, D.C. celebrates five years of educating students and elected officials about the Constitution.

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Strength Rejoices in the Challenge

“Virtus tentamine gaudet,” translates “strength rejoices in the challenge.” This truth, the motto of Hillsdale College, means that to be strong in virtue, we must welcome a challenge. These challenges shape who we are as we encounter them every day, both on the practice field and in the classroom.

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The Life-Long Journey of Learning

Written by Victoria Barry The other day I was helping preschoolers finger paint. As you can imagine, it was messy business. Each time one of the other teachers and I spooned paint onto a child’s paper, he or she immediately stuck both little hands into the paint and went to work. Preschoolers have so much enthusiasm. Far […]

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