Ad Astra: Roasting on Common Grounds

This year, the Le Grizz ultramarathon in Polebridge, Montana, had some Hillsdale flair. How exactly did these busy people fit training for an ultramarathon into their daily schedules? As it turns out, there’s always time for a run.

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Fostering the Good Scholarship: Tori Petersen

“At a place like Hillsdale, young people can discover their purpose in a safe place surrounded by people who will support and uplift them,” said Petersen, an advocate for foster youth and speaker dedicated to sharing the gospel. “Hillsdale College is a place of healing for vulnerable youth.”

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Tom Burke Scholarship: Hank Bohl

Freshman James “Hank” Bohl’s path to Hillsdale took some twists and turns, but looking back, he sees the hand of God leading him here.

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Ransom Dunn Scholarship: Kate Swope

Senior Kate Swope says she fell in love with Hillsdale when her older sister, Nancy, attended the College and had an extraordinary experience. Kate enjoyed a rich freshman year at Hillsdale, full of learning and relationship-building, but she could not afford to come back for her sophomore year.

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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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