To the News (Max)

I’d been searching for an internship since October. The temporary advisor to the Collegian had encouraged me to find a journalism internship for the summer. However, I struggled to find ones for which I was eligible, since I was only a freshman at the time.

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Internship Spotlight: Larissa Clark, ’17

Larissa Clark, ’17, is a Political Economy major with a minor in Business Administration and is from Fort Wayne, Indiana. This summer, she interned at Young America’s Foundation.

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Pursuing Goodness, Truth, and Beauty

My four years at Hillsdale College taught me the importance of living a life in pursuit of what is good, true, and beautiful. Countless classes, lectures, and conversations reinforced these ideas by preserving them among a haven of students and professors.

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Top 10 Questions You Should Be Asking During Your Internship

1. How can I make myself indispensable to this company this summer? Jump in! Listen, pay attention to details and ask as many questions as possible. Ask how to do tasks you don’t understand and work hard at the tasks you do understand. It’s important to show how eager and willing you are to learn […]

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Strength Rejoices in the Challenge: Dan Klimas, Marine Corps

Daniel Klimas is currently serving as an officer in the Marine Corps. He, his wife Frances, and their son Walter are stationed at Camp Pendleton in California. Did you think you’d join the military from the beginning of your college career? Yes, I had wanted to become a Marine officer for a long time and […]

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The Darling Luddite: Jessica Johnson Illustration

My business started unintentionally. I was working for a college in suburban Chicago at the time, spending my 8 to 5 writing and cutting my design teeth for a development department. I found that I often had a sense of unfulfilled creative potential at the end of each day and decided to return to my […]

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6 Tips for World Travelers

Emily Goodling graduated from Hillsdale College in 2014 as a double-major in German and Classics. She is now getting her master’s degree in Comparative Literature in Mainz, Germany, as a DAAD scholarship holder. She blogs about living and studying in Germany, and other things, at emilysarahabroad.wordpress.com. Travel light. Wheeling an oversized suitcase over cobblestone streets gets old […]

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Where Are They Now? – WHIP Edition

Congratulations to the thirty-four participants of the Washington-Hillsdale Internship Program (WHIP) who graduated with the class of 2015!

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Economics: What Can I DO with That?

What are you hoping to get out of your time in college? A piece of paper? Knowledge? A job?

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The Top 5 Ways to Stay Organized While Job Hunting

Job hunting is hard, plain and simple. Throw in a full academic course load, competing extracurricular activities and pretty soon you feel like the juggling flame thrower in the Ringling Bros. Circus. That is why you need to approach job hunting with a clear organizational strategy. You are going to be visiting multiple websites, filling […]

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Six Personal Finance Things Every College Graduate Should Be Able To Do

Money. It’s something most college students have very little of, and something we dream of having more of. We live in a society that often gives mixed messages about how we should view and use money, but the truth is quite simple. Putting the truth into practice – well, that may be a different story. […]

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Study Abroad | Emily Goodling

Emily Goodling graduated from Hillsdale College in 2014 as a double-major in German and Classics. She is now getting her master’s degree in Comparative Literature in Mainz, Germany, as a DAAD scholarship holder. When she isn’t studying like a responsible graduate student, she is usually photographing some political protest or another, geeking out about German […]

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