Jumping Steeples and Chasing Dreams

Emily Oren, ’16, graduated Hillsdale as a 9x National Champion and competed in the 2016 Olympic trials for the 3000m steeplechase. After five years of growth, Oren shares her perspectives on running, mindset, and mission, as she pursues her Olympic dreams.

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The History of Flag Day

The American flag seems to wave all summer, but do we know the significance and history of the actual Flag Day? The name is pretty explanatory, but there’s a rich patriotic history behind this underrated holiday.

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The Hidden History of Slayton Arboretum

Slayton Arboretum is one of the most beautiful—but also the most underrated—places on campus. Junior Mattie Schmidt, Arb expert, explains the rich history behind the Arb and reminds us to spend more time in nature.

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The History of Centralhallapalooza

Written by The Student Activities Board Central Hall is a beautiful, iconic building located in the middle of campus, hosting several important offices, including Admissions, Financial Aid, the Registrar, and the Deans of Men and Women.  It’s often the site of prospective students’ first picture on campus and graduating seniors’ last.  Central Hall, however, is […]

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First Edition of The Federalist On Display at the Kirby Center

Visitors of Hillsdale College’s Kirby Center in Washington, D.C., can view an original copy of this seminal work, thanks to the generous donation of nationally syndicated radio talk-show host Mark Levin.

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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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2015 National Poetry Month

April is National Poetry Month. To celebrate, three recent Hillsdale College alumni present their poetry. Homeless Written by Cara Valle, ’11 Press down, then wait an hour to attach the plastic hook. Do not puncture or paint the walls. Do not spill on the carpet or erode in any way the perfect likeness between this […]

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