Blue Christmas: Pain has a Place

Written by Victoria Nuñez “For all that we carry in our hearts, sorrow we fear may never end, and wounds we cannot even put into words.” – from the brochure for the Blue Christmas Service. As people arrange themselves sparsely across the pews inside the quiet, warmly lit church, Father Adam Rick and Brock Lutz, […]

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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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Friends of Different Faiths

At Hillsdale, we’re encouraged to seek objective truth, which many people believe lies in religious faith. Because of the diverse religious culture on campus, we learn that if we never come into contact with other people’s opinions, we might never fully realize the rationale behind our own.

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Collegium Through Religious Differences

Agnostic, Protestant, and Jewish students aren’t deterred by their differences in faith. In each other, they find lessons to strengthen their collegiate community.

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Everything is Personal: Exploring the Orthodox Church through OCF

Whether it’s through professor mentorship or the carpools to church and back, OCF is a place where students’ beliefs have the ability to grow and flourish.

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Reflections on the Passages Israel Trip

Five students offer their thoughts and opinions on the Passages Israel trip, unanimously agreeing they would love to return.

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Bridging the Gap: Science and the Theology of the Body

On registration day, Theology of the Body fills up in minutes. It is one of the most popular classes on campus and the brainchild of Professor of Philosophy and Religion Nathan Schlueter.

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Athens and Jerusalem: My Faith at Hillsdale College

I vividly remember a Western Heritage class during my first semester of freshman year, when my professor discussed Tertullian’s famous provocation: “What indeed has Athens to do with Jerusalem?”

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God, Sophists, and Planetary Motion

Although Kristiana Mork currently plans to double major in Politics and Speech, her first encounter with both subjects in high school debate was less than favorable.

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