Remaining Dutiful to Studies and Service: Hillsdale Makes High Marks in The Princeton Review Rankings

Hillsdale remained in the top 20 of 12 subcategories for The Princeton Review’s 2020 rankings – improving in Most Engaged in Community Service and Professors Get High Marks.

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Psychology and Art: The Road Less Traveled

Elyse Hutcheson, ’18, talks all things psychology, art, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and how interests change in college – sometimes for the better. After a research assistantship at Brown, she is now obtaining her Ph.D. in clinical psychology at the University of Toledo – all while creating colorful pieces of artwork.

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Crash Course: Bullet Journaling For College Students

If social media were your only source of information, you might think that bullet journaling is a planning system that involves a million pens, a huge time commitment, and at least a hundred rolls of washi tape. Fortunately, that is not true—a few Hillsdale students set the record straight and offered their advice on how to start a bullet journal of your own.

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Manning Street: Hillsdale’s Off-Campus Hub

Manning Street, the heartbeat of off-campus life at Hillsdale, plays a vibrant role in Hillsdale’s student culture.

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Bringing Autism Awareness Through Music: How One Alumna is Making an Instrumental Impact

Nicole Khoury, ’99, is a judge, a rock star, and a charity founder. She talks all things Project iAm, her nonprofit organization, and how Hillsdale gave her solid tools to not only rule in the courtroom, but to start her own charity.

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Grab and Go: Fuel for Chargers on the Run

For Hillsdale students, finding time for meals can be difficult. Often pulled in several directions by their clubs, studies, and organizations, sitting down for lunch may not be the best option for students on the go. Thankfully Hillsdale College and their meal service, Bon Appétit, have created an option for busy students: Grab and Go.

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A Closer Listen: Battle of the Bands

While in many cases this would be seen as a fiasco, and musicians and fans alike were distraught over the abridged night, the floor’s failure secured the lasting success of this storied event.

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Getting into the Swing of Things

A look at Hillsdale College’s Swing Dance Club and the freshmen who are making it their own.

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Chemistry at Hillsdale: It’s not Just Washing Glassware

Alumna Madison Pletan didn’t come to Hillsdale for the science. She came to Hillsdale because of its foundational and lasting values and hands-on learning experiences. The now grad student, studying cell biology, hopes for a future in academia, thanks to the impact her Hillsdale professors left.

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Celebrate Spring in Hillsdale

Every small leaf, greening lawn, and blossoming tree sparks a memory of last spring, when most of these small miracles of nature went unadmired. The memory of our absence is a gentle reminder to appreciate Hillsdale’s beauty. This spring, my goal of celebrating the season in Hillsdale sparked a few poignant reflections.

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The Local Eatery: A Soon-To-Be Student Favorite

Believe it or not, Saga is not your only option when it comes to food. The Local Eatery is one of Hillsdale’s hidden gems, and they are happy to feed hungry students. Their extensive menu has plenty of classic diner fare, as well as some specialty items that you won’t find anywhere else.

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A Different Kind of “Campus Culture”

Curious about campus culture? Sophomores Griffin Johnston and Lucy Cuneo have a literal answer for you—each week, they cultivate true “culture” by brewing kombucha, a fizzy fermented tea.

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