Calling the Past Home: The Stories of Oak Grove Cemetery

The eldest residents of the cemetery at the end of West Street lay in quieted repose a little farther down the graveyard’s winding pathways. There, smatterings of smaller gravestones bear the names of those most crucial to Hillsdale College’s beginnings.

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A Shared Mission to Defend the Constitution

Lt. Col. Michael Murray’s interest in the military was rooted in his family heritage. No, military service was not a Murray family tradition. In fact, Michael’s father was an Irish immigrant. But preserving the freedoms that gave his father the opportunity to immigrate drove Michael to service in the armed forces.

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Hillsdale College Kirby Center Celebrates Five Years

Hillsdale’s Kirby Center for Constitutionalism and Citizenship in Washington, D.C. celebrates five years of educating students and elected officials about the Constitution.

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5 Tips For Surviving Your First CCA

As part of Hillsdale’s core curriculum, each student is required to take at least one CCA as a course. The lectures of this year’s first CCA will focus on the life and statesmanship of British Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill. If you’ve never taken a CCA before, here are some tips to get you started.

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Maran McLeod: CCA Formation and Friendship

For Maran McLeod, her job is all about people. As the lead CCA student assistant, Maran has had the opportunity to meet and talk with many important CCA guests, including donors, friends of the college, and even actresses.

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The Hillsdale College Hostel Program

This year marks the 25th anniversary of the Hillsdale College Hostel program. Throughout these years, there have been thousands of people who have participated in the events.

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Keynesian can be Confusing

Confusing. After watching the Economics 101 Week 8 lecture, this might have been your reaction. But then again, government intervention in the economy is always perplexing and complicated. Buying and selling bonds to change the money supply, or changing the amount the banks must hold in reserve are powerful tools the government has to affect […]

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Economics 101

Hillsdale has recently added Economics 101 to its online course list. The free course consists of ten lectures given by Dr. Wolfram and by Dr. Arnn.

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