Remi Brague: a Philosopher and Friend

To many, Remi Brague is a French historian and philosopher who studies Arab, Jewish, and Christian thought in the Middle Ages. To Hillsdale students, he is a friend.

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Pursuing the Beautiful: Nighttime at Dark Sky Park

Since seeking out the good is not an endeavor limited to the classroom, it can mean sunset-chasing or star-tipping.

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Top 10 Hacks to Beat Procrastination

Somehow, you just can’t make yourself start that five-page essay or begin the assigned reading for the day. Sound familiar? Luckily for you, we’ve compiled a list of proven ways to crush that procrastination monster and boost your productivity, especially when you’re running low on motivation.

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Greek Week Unites Greek Community

by Josephine von Dohlen In 1951, Hillsdale’s Interfraternity Council gathered fraternity men for a week of events in which they competed in group activities such as a jug hunt in the Arboretum and a tug-of-war in the swamp. They called the event Greek Week. At the time, the week was for fraternity pledges leading up […]

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Blue Christmas: Pain has a Place

Blue Christmas is a service that honors the pain of the past and provides a space for students to honor their story in light of the Christmas story. It all started in 2016 as a joint effort between Father Adam and Brock Lutz.

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Beyond the Tea

Ask any one of the residents, and they’ll tell you why Waterman is so special. “We’re trying to make Waterman a place not to just eat, sleep, and study, but a place to actually live,” says Caroline Walker ’21.

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What It Means to Be a Hillsdale Senior

Some of this year’s most impactful seniors on campus share their wisdom on college life gained from their four years at Hillsdale.

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Dorm Life as A Reflection of Liberty

In a day and age when co-ed housing is in vogue for most colleges and universities in America, Hillsdale’s on-campus housing upholds a different tradition.

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Making Home at Hillsdale

Intentionality lives at the heart of the yet-unnamed New Dorm, which opened last fall as an upperclassman women’s dorm on the east side of campus. From the building layout, to the furniture and decor, to the young women who live inside, each detail exists to help make Hillsdale a home of its own. “We were […]

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The Underappreciated Writer’s Fanclub, a.k.a. Chesterton Society

Walk through the dining hall during Saturday morning brunch, and amid the clanking of silverware on plates, chatter and laughter, you’ll find a crowded table of students reading and discussing the writings of G.K. Chesterton—an “underappreciated” writer, according to the club’s president.

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Surviving (and Thriving!) during Michigan Winters

It can be difficult to adjust to Hillsdale winters, but you can learn to be snug and cozy like a true Michigander. Veterans of Michigan winters weigh in with their favorite tips and tricks.

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It’s the People—and Their Pets: Meet the Furry Fellows of Hillsdale

If you are looking to brighten your day, simply keep an eye out for your fellow Hillsdalians and their furry friends.

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