BCSI School Staff Spotlight—Mrs. Juliane Hillock

Juliane Hillock is the founding principal of Hozho Academy, a K-5 BCSI school that opened in 2018 in Gallup, New Mexico. She graduated from Hillsdale College in 1991 with an English major and history minor. She also holds a master’s degree in school leadership from Harvard University.   What did you do immediately after graduating […]

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Greek Week Unites Greek Community

by Josephine von Dohlen In 1951, Hillsdale’s Interfraternity Council gathered fraternity men for a week of events in which they competed in group activities such as a jug hunt in the Arboretum and a tug-of-war in the swamp. They called the event Greek Week. At the time, the week was for fraternity pledges leading up […]

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Glimmers of Gold in a Gray Gallery: Senior Art Show Highlights Student Creativity

Written by Katarzyna Ignatik From the gray carpet floor and walls pop the golden-peach sunrises, bold lines, and colorful oils. Walk around the room, and you’ll see a variety of project types, from class assignments to more personal endeavors. Stop to admire “Moods in Crimson,” a still life painted twice—once in pinkish tones and once […]

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Blue Christmas: Pain has a Place

Blue Christmas is a service that honors the pain of the past and provides a space for students to honor their story in light of the Christmas story. It all started in 2016 as a joint effort between Father Adam and Brock Lutz.

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The Day We Peaked: A Visit to the Top of Central Hall

I visited Hillsdale College for the first time as a senior in high school. During that visit, I shadowed Paul Keenan, a high school friend who was a sophomore at the time. As I settled into a chair in a Kendall classroom to hear Provost Whalen lecture on Alexander Pope, I glanced out the window and all of a sudden had a burning question.

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