More than History: A Student’s Experience of “The Roots and History of American Liberty” High-School Study Trip

Hearing sophomore Chloe Kookogey talk about her experience on The Roots and History of American Liberty high-school study trip made me wish I would have gone on one of the trips myself.

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Compter sur soi-même: How I learned to travel solo without feeling alone

During my semester studying abroad in Tours, I traveled mostly by myself, hopping into the backseats of Blablacars. Each new driver meant new conversation, French practice, and tips for when I arrived at my destinations.

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How to Prepare for Law School

Interested in pursuing law but not sure how to get started? Welcome to Hillsdale College’s Guide to Preparing for Law School.

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To Live Life, Not a Career

“In the end, I think that we all want to know that our lives will not be defined by the career we have but by the strength of our character,” says Priscilla Larson.

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Competitive Speech at Hillsdale College

For college students struggling through that extensive research paper, Dr. Matthew Doggett has some news: “Debaters tend to be the best researchers on campus.”

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Getting to Know the Language, Culture, and People of Germany

This past summer, I tested my German comprehension on the study-abroad trip to Würzburg in south-central Germany.

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The Land & Literature of England: A Lasting Impression

The summer before my freshman year at Hillsdale, I went on the Land & Literature of England study abroad trip. The trip impacted my life in far more ways than simply providing lovely memories.

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10 Reasons to Study Abroad in Spain

If you’ve never considered what student life en España might look like, take a peek.

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A Call to Gather

Since the re-institution of Convocation at Hillsdale in the 1980s, students and faculty have gathered in the fall, and again in the spring, for this all-school ceremony. Faculty process down the church aisle in the robes and colors of their alma maters, and students cram the balconies. The contrast is stark between the rush and clamor of everyday life on campus and these stately, solemn events.

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Marine Biology Summer Session

Every summer, the biology department conducts a class in the Florida Keys dedicated to the study of shallow, subtropical marine environments.

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Leaders and Friends: How I Found the Liberal Arts in Israel

Each night in Israel brought its own delights and revelations, but our time spent with the students of Ein Prat was unforgettable.

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Five Reasons You Should Study Spanish

Spanish is not only a beautiful Romance language, but it’s also spoken by a huge portion both of the U.S. and the rest of the world. Here are some of the best reasons to study Español at Hillsdale.

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