Small-Town Michigan: Stories from Rosalie’s Roadhouse

Life in small-town Michigan often means making your own fun and making new friends in unexpected ways.

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The Long Road to Victory

For the first time in dorm history, the men of Niedfeldt Residence win Mock Rock, the annual campus-wide Homecoming dance competition.

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Do Yourself a Favor and Go to Academic Services

Academic Services may seem intimidating. Your trepidation is understandable, but Academic Services has observed that the most successful Hillsdale students are those who utilize the Writing Center, tutoring, and academic counseling on a regular basis.

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In the Community: Instilling the Good, the True, and the Beautiful at Home

Often behind the scenes in today’s society, two local stay-at-home moms, also Hillsdale alums, are instilling the good, the true, and the beautiful within the walls of their own homes.

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How Hillsdale Passes it Forward

Because of the College’s noble mission, Hillsdale draws vast and diverse support from around the nation. Pursuing truth and goodness are not empty phrases here, but ways of life.

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Crunching Numbers and Swinging Rackets: Kim Zavislak, ’98

Hillsdale Alumna Kimberly Zavislak is a self-proclaimed “numbers person” who began playing tennis, the “lifetime sport,” at age 8. She reflects on her time at the College and the sport that played a big part of her Hillsdale experience.

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