Hillsdale’s Own: Small Business Edition

Check out student and alumni small businesses, from stickers to jewelry, rugs to greeting cards.

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Interview with My Muslim Friend, Nour BenHmieida ’19

I interviewed Nour BenHmieida, a Muslim student and beloved friend. We talked about her journey to Hillsdale, her rich educational experience, her transformative leadership of the International Club, and her spiritual growth. Nour graduated in December 2019 with a B.S. in biochemistry.

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Physics, Philosophy, and Sci-Fi

A class that united science with cinema and discussion highlighted Hillsdale’s liberal arts mission for me.

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Top 10 Student Study Playlists

You search, and search, and search some more. But you just can’t find the music you’re looking for. Never fear, the students of Hillsdale will not let you down.

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The Day We Peaked: A Visit to the Top of Central Hall

I visited Hillsdale College for the first time as a senior in high school. During that visit, I shadowed Paul Keenan, a high school friend who was a sophomore at the time. As I settled into a chair in a Kendall classroom to hear Provost Whalen lecture on Alexander Pope, I glanced out the window and all of a sudden had a burning question.

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Sheila Ryan Earns National Award for Role in Hillsdale College’s Churchill Project

“Indexing, while often underappreciated in our digital age, is the backbone of reference books,” added Soren Geiger, Director of Research for the Churchill Project. “The thorough, logical, and clear index Sheila has written will make the people, places, themes, and stories found in these documents known and accessible to readers and researchers alike.”

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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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Signaling Excellence

For as long as I could remember, I had been dead set on studying pre-med as an undergraduate. Not only did I think I’d be great in the medical field, but I loved telling people that I was pre-med. It meant that I knew what I was doing and where I was going. Unfortunately, the academic rigor at Hillsdale forces you to be honest with yourself no matter how pretty the lie.

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A Day in the Life: Journalism at Hillsdale College

Ever wanted to know what it’s like to write for a newspaper? Here’s what a week in the fast-paced life of a Collegian reporter looks like.

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An Afternoon of Time-Travel

Renaissance means “rebirth” and refers to an era that marked a period of rediscovery of the classics. Renaissance Fridays are an opportunity to dive into the ancient world and learn things you never knew about Greece, Rome, and the Hellespont—all while drinking espresso with a splash of gelato.

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