In the Right Place at the Right Time: A Journalism Journey

Erin Mundahl, ’14, didn’t give the idea of a writing career much thought while she was a student, but admits that her path to and through the journalism world was due to being in the right place at the right time.

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What is a Charger? Meet the Designer: Bryan Springer, ’94

Delving into Hillsdale Charger athletics history with a dedication to answer “What is a Charger,” Bryan Springer, ’94, led the way for the Chargers’ new, unified visual identity.

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Uncovering Charger History

Three museum studies students uncover and preserve Charger athletic history in display cases located in the George C. Roche Sports Complex.

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Athletic Hall of Fame Inductees Share Stories of Challenge, Strength

In front of an audience of approximately 200 guests, Athletic Hall of Fame inductees Robert Mallendick, ’66; Jason Stomps, ’10; and the 1988-1991 softball teams got to share their stories of challenge and strength in a very personal and passionate way.

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Athletes in the Arts

For Hillsdale athletes, the college experience is not confined to lines on a field. Explore the stories of two Chargers who pursue the good, true, and beautiful through their artistic and athletic pursuits.

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Olympian Lucas Kozeniesky Visits Hillsdale

Hillsdale’s partnership with USA Shooting creates opportunities for the best and brightest stars in the shooting world to interact with the Hillsdale community. During the Junior National Championship on Hillsdale’s campus, we were able to catch up with Olympian Lucas Kozeniesky.

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Summer of Shooting

Ida was recruited to our seven-time national award-winning shotgun team her sophomore year of high school and returned from nationals last fall placing sixth in the women’s division. With the summer quickly approaching, Ida has a lot more shooting to look forward to, but she’s also staring down the barrel of the MCAT.

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Charger Football Tailgate: A Hillsdale Tradition

The Post-Game Tailgate is an unique part of Charger culture and the special nature of autumn Saturdays in Hillsdale. 

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Class Goal: Defend Yourself

Hillsdale’s women’s self-defense class empowers women to defend and respect themselves.

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Batter My Heart, Hillsdale Chargers

Varsity sports are an important part of the Hillsdale College experience. From Saturday morning tailgates, to jumping around in the Roche Sports Complex after a crucial three-pointer, Hillsdale’s sports create a space for friendship as students gather together to cheer on their friends, share memories, and decompress from the week.

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Six Ways to Incorporate Running into Your Busy Schedule

As a busy college student, running is probably the last thing on your mind. You barely have time to sleep, let alone run. Here are six tips to help you make time for this essential habit.

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Charging toward Victory: The Hillsdale Liftathon

Come early spring, when the snow starts to melt, there’s a fresh sense of excitement in the JAM weight room. If you know any football players, you’ll realize that it’s not just the approach of spring practices that’s making them spend extra time pumping iron.

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