Shedding Light on Dark Matter: Jamin Rager, ’13

Jamin Rager, ’13, knew since high school that he would major in physics and mathematics. At Hillsdale, he hit the ground running with his major classes.

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This is going to be the perfect weekend.

What is the Platonic Form of a weekend? Does such a form even exist? Read one Hillsdale student’s attempt to live out the ideal weekend and her reflections on professorial advice.

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More Than a Party: Unusual Birthday Traditions at Hillsdale

Whether they’re baking cakes, writing notes, or hiding in classrooms, Hillsdale students pour extraordinary amounts of time, energy, and love into crafting special celebrations for their friends’ birthdays.

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Biology in Action: The G. H. Gordon Biological Center

Prospective science majors: if you’re interested in performing and publishing undergraduate biological research while enjoying a fun summer program, Hillsdale’s BioStation might be right up your alley.

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Batter My Heart, Hillsdale Chargers

Varsity sports are an important part of the Hillsdale College experience. From Saturday morning tailgates, to jumping around in the Roche Sports Complex after a crucial three-pointer, Hillsdale’s sports create a space for friendship as students gather together to cheer on their friends, share memories, and decompress from the week.

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Let It Go: How an Art Elective Taught a Senior to See the World Differently

I’m an English major who decided on a whim to take a drawing elective my senior year. I expected to learn how to draw. I didn’t expect to change my whole perspective on life.

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Closer Listening: Saturdays at Penny’s

Whether it was from a folk trio comprised of banjo, mandolin, guitar, and harmonica or a simple acoustic guitar and voice duet, the music played at Penny’s that day was a balm to the soul.

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Six Ways to Incorporate Running into Your Busy Schedule

As a busy college student, running is probably the last thing on your mind. You barely have time to sleep, let alone run. Here are six tips to help you make time for this essential habit.

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Charging toward Victory: The Hillsdale Liftathon

Come early spring, when the snow starts to melt, there’s a fresh sense of excitement in the JAM weight room. If you know any football players, you’ll realize that it’s not just the approach of spring practices that’s making them spend extra time pumping iron.

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Dear Freshman Me: Find These Academic Gems

Dear Freshman Me, there are more than just core and major classes in college. Have some fun, and find these lessons outside a classroom—from racquetball to comparative political structures.

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One Voice: Weekly Worship With Soma

Every Thursday night, student-led Soma provides a place for students of all Christian denominations to gather and worship God in song and prayer.

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Hillsdale Students Take to the Airwaves on Radio Free Hillsdale

WRFH Radio Free Hillsdale is much more than a small room tucked away in the Knorr Student Center, or a part of the College’s journalism program.

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