Broadcast or Bust: Opportunities at Radio Free Hillsdale

Through Radio Free Hillsdale, students tune into their passions and gain valuable broadcasting experience by producing their own shows.

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In a Small Town, It’s the Little Things

For me, moving to a small town was intimidating. But in my first semester, I learned that going to college in a small town can be transformative.

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How Hillsdale Marches for Life

Standing up for what you believe in can be difficult in today’s culture. My college education has empowered me to embrace my passion for the March for Life and its cause.

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College Means Partnership, and That Means Parents

Dr. Arnn frequently reminds students that “college means partnership.” As a freshman, I thought that partnership existed only between students and faculty. Now, as a second semester senior, I recognize—and finally appreciate—that partnerships must include parents as well.

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Mind, Body, and Soul: Five Tips for Staying Healthy in College

As a busy college student, sometimes you may need a reminder of how to stay healthy, even when your schedule is full and you’re feeling stressed. Here are five tips for staying healthy in college.

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Discovering Winter (and the Fashionable Winter Coat)

I was born and raised in Southern California, where winters were nearly indistinguishable from other seasons. Learning to navigate college life as I learned to navigate the seasons provided unexpected challenges and blessings, of which discovering the joys of winter was my favorite.

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Assured of Their Condition:

In a world where generational ties are hard to maintain, Hillsdale helps to foster relationships between its students and those donors who provide so much. These ties between old and young are formed through education, tradition, and a desire to care for the world in its becoming.

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What’s In a Name?

Hillsdale’s friendly community starts with a surprisingly simple act of courtesy: using individuals’ names when you talk to them.

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“A Moveable Feast”: Returning to Galloway

In the men’s dormitories, upperclassmen and resident assistants work hard to maintain a stable dorm culture with each incoming class of freshmen. So when Galloway Dormitory closed down for a whole academic year for remodeling, upperclassmen were understandably nervous.

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The Things I’ve Learned as a Freshman in Mock Trial

Written by Jenny Wiland “You make too much eye contact,” said Bryson Phillipe, a captain of Hillsdale’s mock trial team. I stared at him from across the table, a bit surprised by the novel advice. “Eye contact is good,” he continued, “but too much eye contact can make people uncomfortable. Try glancing away every five […]

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From Hell to Heaven: The Levels of Mossey Library

Whether you love studying in the isolation of Hell, the quiet of Purgatory, or the energy of Heaven, there’s a place for everyone at Mossey Library.

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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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