Research as Tough as Diamonds: A Liberal Arts Approach to Engineering

Viktor Rozsa, ’14, studied the great books under Dr. Jackson and classics with Dr. Hutchinson. His summers, however, he spent researching geophysics and molecular behavior in extreme conditions.

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The World Our Rose: Work and Responsibility

The Little Prince teaches us that a thing is beautiful because we tend it, and that our life is valuable because tending has changed and tamed us.

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Acing an Interview: A Quick Guide

Career Services hosted a series of short workshops on career-related topics for students working or studying on campus last summer.

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Order in the Court: The Difference Between Methods of Honoring Seniors

Royalty is earned in more ways than one for seniors at Hillsdale College. But what’s the difference between homecoming court, outstanding senior men and women, and president’s ball court?

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Broadening the Mind

“Part of a liberal arts education is understanding history and heritage,” Aaron said. “That is no different for psychology than it is for any other discipline.”

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Embracing the Challenge: Hillsdale Students at OCS

“The Few, the Proud.” The United States Marine Corps represents a practical application of the principles behind the United States of America and its Constitution.

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Why I Chose Hillsdale College

The sense of family was a big part of why I chose Hillsdale. I suppose I didn’t completely realize this then, but I was seeking fellowship at college.

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From Butterfly House to Biology Lab

“I owe my career to my mother. When I was in high school, she encouraged me to get a job at a butterfly house,” says Ben Proshek, ’07.

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Understanding the Trivium and Quadrivium

Many academics disagree about the importance and place of both the trivium and quadrivium. Dr. Jeffrey Lehman, a professor in Hillsdale’s education department, sees a deep connection between the two and is teaching classes on both this semester.

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Wrestling with the Everlasting Questions

Megan Lacy, ’07, graduated with a major in history and a minor in French before pursuing a degree in law at the University of Virginia.

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Counting Sheep (and Caribou) in Alaska

Apart from the cold and snow, it would seem Hillsdale and an Alaska survival show have little in common. But Hillsdale alumna Erin Julianus, ’08, has a connection to both.

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From Fashion to Automotive

Alumna Rachel Fernelius, ’15, has taken on work in both the fashion and car industries, and to her surprise, she prefers the latter.

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