What is LAUREATES and How Do I Apply?

If you’re a junior science major looking for a research opportunity, look no further than home-sweet-Hillsdale for a paid summer internship.

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Heidegger, Pathways, and Phenomenology

The study of calculus, poetry, economics, sociology, music, theater, and biology certainly have the good of mastering the subject in itself, but each subject is just another pathway to understanding and articulating human experience.

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Dinosaur Unveiling

On January 18th, 2018, the newest addition to the collection of the Fisk Museum of Natural History was unveiled.

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Why I Chose Hillsdale – Crystal Schupbach

I applied to eleven schools before settling on Hillsdale. Despite the harsh connotation, “settling” is actually the word I would use to describe how I felt about choosing Hillsdale leading up to the May 1 deadline.

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We Look After One Another

My time in D.C. that summer gave me a chance to experience the Hillsdale bond away from campus. Drawn together by the rigorous academics and the mutual pursuit of truth, those in the Hillsdale community look after one another even outside of our college years.

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Why I Chose Hillsdale – Colby Clark

Why did I choose Hillsdale? In my penultimate semester here, I find myself asking the same question but with an appreciation and a sense of reverence I never could have foreseen.

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Mixing Music and Journalism

Katie Scheu and Sarah Schutte have been deeply involved in music since the beginning of their college careers while also juggling academic life.

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Smoke Machines, Stage Lights, and … History Papers?

Whether he’s jamming out during a percussion ensemble or tapping out a beat with his pencil while reading for a history class, Dean Sinclair has found a rhythm at Hillsdale that allows him to find his stride musically and academically.

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Liberal Arts in the Lab

Sitting in science class and learning about the interactions between molecules, cells, and forces is one thing. Getting your hands gloved up and making these discoveries yourself is a whole different ball game.

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Recognizing a lion by its claws: Poetry and Creativity in Mathematics

If someone asked you to list the authors of great books within the Western tradition, chances are high that Shakespeare, Homer, and Dante would be among the first authors suggested. But if you ask Dr. David Gaebler, assistant professor of mathematics at Hillsdale College, he would make the case that Euclid, the “father of geometry,” should also be included on this prestigious list.

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From Hillsdale to Oxford and Back Again

Going between Hillsdale and Oxford and experiencing the different teaching styles and focal points changed the way Madison understands the role and scope of undergraduate and graduate educations.

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Long Runs and Long Nights: A Portrait of the Cross-Country Team

On any given evening, it is impossible to venture into the library without encountering the men and women of the cross country team dutifully at work, even as their legs protest all the miles they have braved that day in pursuit of athletic excellence.

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