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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Rejoicing in the Challenge—Paige VanderWall, ’19

By Brad Monastiere ACL. Those three letters, when placed together, form an athlete’s worst nightmare. CHAMPIONSHIP. Those 12 letters, when placed together, form an athlete’s biggest dream. But the funny thing about dreams and nightmares, is that they are different versions of the same thing. Paige VanderWall experienced the extreme of both, in nearly the […]

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Charger Athletics

Spring sports are in full swing this month! Please support our athletes by coming to a home game or cheering them on at an away game in your area. Please view our composite calendar of athletic events. Some recent highlights: Senior Ally Eads Named All-American at Indoor Track and Field National Meet Liam Purslowe Named […]

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General Robert B. Neller to Give Commencement Address

Hillsdale College announces that General Robert B. Neller, commandant of the United States Marine Corps, will deliver the commencement address at the College’s 167th commencement ceremony on May 11, 2019. “General Neller has a long record of exemplary service to his country, and we look forward to welcoming him to campus for this special occasion,” […]

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