Ad Astra: Roasting on Common Grounds
If you had to drink only Maxwell House or Folgers for the rest of your life, I bet you’d just quit coffee altogether.
I asked this of Kristi Whalen, ’07, co-founder of Hillsdale’s newest, and only, specialty coffee roaster, Ad Astra. Her answer surprised me.
A Closer Listen: Concert on the Quad
During a season in which social gatherings are tough to come by, Concert on the Quad was a breath of fresh air to the Hillsdale community. Though I played at my final Concert on the Quad this year, I am certain it will continue to be a font of happiness for me and those who grace the campus in the future.Read More about A Closer Listen: Concert on the Quad
‘Hillsdining’: How to Make the Most of Mealtimes During COVID-19
Because of COVID-19, eating arrangements look different this year. But, thanks to Hillsdale’s new takeout options, the possibilities for student dining are endless. Here are a few of our favorite ideas for mixing up your mealtimes.Read More about ‘Hillsdining’: How to Make the Most of Mealtimes During COVID-19
How to Throw the Best Friendsgiving Celebration
Celebrating Friendsgiving on campus this year? Here are six tips to help you make the best of it.Read More about How to Throw the Best Friendsgiving Celebration
Running with the Grizzlies: When Hillsdalians Tackle the Montana Trails
This year, the Le Grizz ultramarathon in Polebridge, Montana, had some Hillsdale flair. How exactly did these busy people fit training for an ultramarathon into their daily schedules? As it turns out, there’s always time for a run.Read More about Running with the Grizzlies: When Hillsdalians Tackle the Montana Trails
Dear Freshman Me: Get to Know the People
Dear Freshman me: One thing I’ve come to realize is that most of the staff members here are friendly people who want to have conversations with you as a person, not just in a professional meeting all the time. Case in point, allow me to introduce you to Mr. Moeggenberg.Read More about Dear Freshman Me: Get to Know the People
Watch the Leaves: A Senior’s Thoughts on Time
What do autumn leaves and mock trial have in common?Read More about Watch the Leaves: A Senior’s Thoughts on Time
Savor the Moment.
Two Hillsdale College alumni reminisce on their time here and discuss the importance of the conversations we have in college.Read More about Savor the Moment.
Karl Taylor Creates Football Camp
Karl Taylor’s love for Hillsdale has extended far beyond his college years. A 1993 graduate, he served as the captain of the football team and as president of Delta Sigma Phi fraternity, and he earned a degree in finance.Read More about Karl Taylor Creates Football Camp
Senior Year at the Classical School Job Fair
There was added pressure to my senior year’s Classical School Job Fair. This was the opportunity to find my career after Hillsdale—and this is how I did it.Read More about Senior Year at the Classical School Job Fair
A Newfound Appreciation for Quarantine
Like many other students, I was skeptical of the rules and regulations surrounding COVID-19—but when I got quarantined, I gained a newfound appreciation for the policies.Read More about A Newfound Appreciation for Quarantine
Hillsdale 101: A Freshman’s Thoughts on Her First Week
I left Orientation feeling far more disoriented than when I had arrived. The array of experiences and emotions was staggering. Looking back, I realize that I had joined something bigger than myself and my own journey: it was a time of embracing the challenge of being a Hillsdale student.Read More about Hillsdale 101: A Freshman’s Thoughts on Her First Week