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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Professors Share: Poetry Appreciation Month

April is Poetry Appreciation Month, and around Hillsdale’s campus, we take our poetry pretty seriously. We asked a few professors to share their favorite poems and what inspires them to read more poetry. Here’s what they had to say.

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Beyond the Tea

Written by Victoria Nuñez “Please take a teacup from the shelf behind you,” says a handwritten sign positioned near the teapots on a table full of angel cake, cookies, bundt cake, and pies. The lively chatter of students who just got out of class and are ready for the weekend fills the house as well […]

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For God and Country

Throughout Hillsdale College’s history, many of its students, faculty, and staff have defended American liberty and freedom in armed conflicts around the world.

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Hillsdale College Kirby Center Celebrates Five Years

Hillsdale’s Kirby Center for Constitutionalism and Citizenship in Washington, D.C. celebrates five years of educating students and elected officials about the Constitution.

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Hillsdale History: Ransom Dunn, The Grand Old Man of Hillsdale

Ransom Dunn, a professor and preacher, shaped the early history of the college over the course of a half-century. He helped the young, fledgling institution grow into a prominent academic establishment.

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