Unified by Truth

“Do you have any older siblings who went to Hillsdale?” I’m always surprised and slightly perplexed as to why so many students continue a family legacy. After talking with a few current students who had siblings also attend Hillsdale, some of the mystery was revealed.

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A Math Class Like No Other

As a likely English major, I have never particularly loved mathematics, but my perspective changed after taking “Mathematics and Deductive Reasoning”.

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Don Tocco’s Seasons of Life

On April 20, 2017, Don Tocco spoke to Hillsdale College Students on how to navigate the seasons of life.

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Hillsdale is About Growing As A Person

I love Hillsdale College. I really do. When I first visited, it felt like home, and I was almost ready to drop everything to come here. There was one thing I wasn’t very sure of, though, and that was the political aspect of the College.

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A Lifelong Relationship with Hillsdale

Dr. Benedict Whalen, affectionately known by students as “Baby Whalen,” didn’t get that nickname by accident. He is the son of Hillsdale’s current provost and English professor Dr. David Whalen. But, though the younger Dr. Whalen grew up in Hillsdale, his journey to teaching at the College can only be called circuitous.

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Applying to an Internship: A Guide from an Intern Coordinator

Having gone from being an intern to being hired to manage my company’s internship program within the matter of a few months, I have been on both sides of the application process in recent history.

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Unity amid Diversity: A Closer Look at Community Building at Hillsdale College

It’s no secret that there are a lot of student clubs and extracurricular activities here at Hillsdale College.

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Reflections on the Passages Israel Trip

Five students offer their thoughts and opinions on the Passages Israel trip, unanimously agreeing they would love to return.

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More than History: A Student’s Experience of “The Roots and History of American Liberty” High-School Study Trip

Hearing sophomore Chloe Kookogey talk about her experience on The Roots and History of American Liberty high-school study trip made me wish I would have gone on one of the trips myself.

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A Letter to Prospective Students

The core will teach you something new—even if you have to study something you think you hate. The classes might change your perceptions. I know they’ve changed mine.

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Bridging the Gap: Science and the Theology of the Body

On registration day, Theology of the Body fills up in minutes. It is one of the most popular classes on campus and the brainchild of Professor of Philosophy and Religion Nathan Schlueter.

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The Campus Job for Making Friends

The thirty-some students who work at AJ’s throughout the week pull espresso shots, cook sandwiches, and make friends.

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