Crash Course: Bullet Journaling For College Students

If social media were your only source of information, you might think that bullet journaling is a planning system that involves a million pens, a huge time commitment, and at least a hundred rolls of washi tape. Fortunately, that is not true—a few Hillsdale students set the record straight and offered their advice on how to start a bullet journal of your own.

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Celebrate Spring in Hillsdale

Every small leaf, greening lawn, and blossoming tree sparks a memory of last spring, when most of these small miracles of nature went unadmired. The memory of our absence is a gentle reminder to appreciate Hillsdale’s beauty. This spring, my goal of celebrating the season in Hillsdale sparked a few poignant reflections.

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The Local Eatery: A Soon-To-Be Student Favorite

Believe it or not, Saga is not your only option when it comes to food. The Local Eatery is one of Hillsdale’s hidden gems, and they are happy to feed hungry students. Their extensive menu has plenty of classic diner fare, as well as some specialty items that you won’t find anywhere else.

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A Different Kind of “Campus Culture”

Curious about campus culture? Sophomores Griffin Johnston and Lucy Cuneo have a literal answer for you—each week, they cultivate true “culture” by brewing kombucha, a fizzy fermented tea.

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What to Do During Your Last Few Days at Hillsdale

Everyone tells you what to do during your first few days of college . . . but what about the last few days?

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How to be the “James Bond” on Hillsdale’s Study Scene

Are you allergic to people? Burnt out on social life? Absolutely overloaded with schoolwork and in desperate need of some solitude to tackle your to-do list? Read on to learn about Mission: Avoid People, the operation dedicated to the most secluded study spots on campus.

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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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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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The Hidden History of Slayton Arboretum

Slayton Arboretum is one of the most beautiful—but also the most underrated—places on campus. Junior Mattie Schmidt, Arb expert, explains the rich history behind the Arb and reminds us to spend more time in nature.

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How to Throw the Best Friendsgiving Celebration

Celebrating Friendsgiving on campus this year? Here are six tips to help you make the best of it.

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