Alumni Find Hillsdale College Campus a Place of Calm Among Storm, Then and Now

Sue Hayes, ’61, and Zach Kanaan, ’71, take a look back at their lives on campus, discuss the College’s 50- & 60-Year Reunion, community impact.

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Bringing Autism Awareness Through Music: How One Alumna is Making an Instrumental Impact

Nicole Khoury, ’99, is a judge, a rock star, and a charity founder. She talks all things Project iAm, her nonprofit organization, and how Hillsdale gave her solid tools to not only rule in the courtroom, but to start her own charity.

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Using Science for Justice

Crime is gruesome and prevalent. How can a Hillsdale education give you the support you need when you’re at the scene of a crime, and how can your Hillsdale experiences prepare you for what comes next back at the lab? Alumna Danielle Wilhelmsen walks us through a day in the life of a Forensic Scientist DNA Analyst.

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Taking to the Azure Skies: How a Hillsdale Math Degree Jumpstarted a Career in Aerospace Engineering

Looking for a career in aerospace engineering? Find out how a Hillsdale Math Degree can land you a job at the world’s largest aerospace company.

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Rourke Michael: The Value of Collaborative Introspection

While some attempt to overcome the stresses of college life by dedicating certain days to rest and pull away from campus bustle, others dive into their hobbies to regroup. For Hillsdale-bred quartet Rourke Michael, music is the best diversion, especially when it is enjoyed among friends.

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Double Bondsmen: Chasing Dreams and Finding Reality

Two deadbeat twin brothers currently work for DoorDash—but are aspiring bounty hunters at heart. One night, out on a delivery, the twins hear a gunshot, discover a body, and decide that now’s the time to chase their dream.

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Hillsdale’s Own: Small Business Edition

Check out student and alumni small businesses, from stickers to jewelry, rugs to greeting cards.

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Behind the Scenes with Haley Walsh

Haley Pelissier Walsh, ’14, gets to the theater early to make sure the costumes and props are in place before the actors arrive. By the time they walk through the doors, she will have checked the backstage safety precautions by putting glow tape on the floor to limit tripping and checked the costumes and props a couple more times.

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Growing Goodness: Katrina Iott’s Passion for Produce

Just as the Internet began to take off, Katrina Iott, ’90, received a call from her mother, asking her to start an online business for their family farm—and so tomatoes.com was born.

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Living Among the Walking Dead: 1984 Alumnus Evan Stitt’s Neighborhood

Evan Stitt, ’84, hasn’t mowed his grass or trimmed the trees on his lawn for more than three years. That’s because his house in Senoia, Georgia, is on the set of the AMC hit-television series The Walking Dead. Stitt is living in a zombie apocalypse.

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Greek Week Unites Greek Community

by Josephine von Dohlen In 1951, Hillsdale’s Interfraternity Council gathered fraternity men for a week of events in which they competed in group activities such as a jug hunt in the Arboretum and a tug-of-war in the swamp. They called the event Greek Week. At the time, the week was for fraternity pledges leading up […]

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Glimmers of Gold in a Gray Gallery: Senior Art Show Highlights Student Creativity

Written by Katarzyna Ignatik From the gray carpet floor and walls pop the golden-peach sunrises, bold lines, and colorful oils. Walk around the room, and you’ll see a variety of project types, from class assignments to more personal endeavors. Stop to admire “Moods in Crimson,” a still life painted twice—once in pinkish tones and once […]

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