Seven Reasons to Visit the Hillsdale Farmers’ Market

One of Hillsdale’s hidden gems is the Hillsdale Farmers’ Market, a colorful staple downtown during the warmer months of the year.

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Completing the Core: Advice from an Upperclassman

Written by Crystal Schupbach When told that I would have to give an eight-minute speech in front of my entire Logic & Rhetoric class, scenarios of me running straight to the registrar’s office for a drop card flashed through my head. I had gotten away with dropping a cycling class eight weeks into my sophomore […]

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Penny’s: Coffee and Community

When temperatures dropped to a frigid -15 degrees with wind chills as low as -35 degrees, the usually bustling life on campus slowed to a glacial crawl. But the cold couldn’t keep students away from the warm and friendly atmosphere of the College’s newest coffee shop, Penny’s.

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Women’s Health Class Debuts on Campus

Women’s Health offers a comprehensive study of female health, equipping Hillsdale’s young women with the knowledge they need to lead educated and healthy lives.

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Why I Chose Hillsdale: Olivia Mulley

Olivia Mulley was initially attracted to Princeton’s humanities sequence, but she quickly realized she was trying to customize her Princeton education to be what she would automatically get at Hillsdale.

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First Latin and Coffee, Then the World

Lisa York and Emily Barnum, graduated classics majors and managers of campus coffee shops, talk about their time at Hillsdale and plans for the future.

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Educating by Example: A Tribute to Dr. Lehman

Dr. Jeffrey Lehman taught his last semester at Hillsdale College this spring and will be missed around campus, but his legacy lives on in those students whose understanding of education is forever changed, and especially in those who will go on to teach the next generation.

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Alternative Viewpoints: Democrats at a Mostly Conservative School

The presence of College Democrats on a largely conservative, Republican campus is a testament to our esteem of the First Amendment and the inalienable rights it enshrines.

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Taste of Manning

That Saturday the street was blocked off, and students could wander the street, taste the different foods, and hang out in the beer tent provided by SAB, all while listening to live music. Taste of Manning was a hit.

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Five Ways to Keep in Touch over the Summer

Each year after dancing at Centralhallapalooza, stressing over finals, and final trips to Baw Beese, you say goodbye to your very best friends for a whole three months. You’ve invested in deep friendships at Hillsdale, so don’t let them waste away over the summer!

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One of Hillsdale’s Finest: Ally Eads

Whether she is conquering a physics lab, laughing at the long table in the dining hall, or representing our school at national championships, senior Ally Eads takes advantage of Hillsdale’s small-school atmosphere to achieve multifaceted success.

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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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