Tackling Mental Health

  On September 28, 2017, former NFL quarterback Eric Hipple gave a talk about mental health. This presentation was sponsored by the Light House, American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, the Hillsdale College Athletic Department, the Hillsdale County Suicide Prevention Coalition, and Psi Chi.

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“Proof the darn thing”: How to Conquer the Personal Essay

The essay is the only part of the application that is entirely under your control. It’s not dependent on what you’ve done in the past (like your GPA, for instance) or the extent of your knowledge. It’s about the quality of your mind. It gives you a chance to sift things over and narrow your thoughts down to the core idea that you want to communicate.

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Land and Lit: The Grand Opening to My Golden Years at Hillsdale

“The Land and Literature of England: A Muse of Fire” trip in the summer of 2014 was the perfect precursor to my college career at Hillsdale.

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Brothers in Arms: Finding a Friend on the Beaches of Normandy

While I had anticipated an adventure through the cities and byways of England and France, I did not expect to forge a friendship along this excursion that would last far longer than my ten days in the Old World.

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The Land & Literature of England: A Discovery of Intellectual Humility

Because of that trip, because of Dr. Whalen, I was introduced to true learning, and although the truth often hurts, the effects upon my life have been beautiful and for the good.

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The Legacy that Unites Students Past, Present, and Future

As we explored history, we discovered a new world together that reminds us that we are a part of this nation’s story, and now a part of Hillsdale’s.

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