Think Outside the Major

You may think your summer internship must specifically relate to your major, but if you follow your passions and skills first, and major second, you’ll discover numerous internship opportunities you might not have thought possible.

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Classics in the Morning, Classic Rock at Night

The power that music has to form bonds between people, whether strangers attending a Battle of the Bands concert or four housemates who jam out in their rooms together, transcends earthly things and serves as an integral part of the Good, the True, and the Beautiful.

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What the Hillsdale Arboretum Taught Me

By walking along the Arboretum’s trails and seeing the dazzling sights that they offer reminded me of something that Hillsdale constantly reminds its students: learning never stops.

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Psychology Research is Real Research

Even if psychology can’t pursue all the issues that the other sciences can, our goal isn’t to be a hard science. It’s to learn more about the human experience, and sometimes science needs to take a humanistic approach, not a Bunsen-burner-and-beakers approach.

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Theatre Needs to Make Us Uncomfortable

At Hillsdale, “edgy” is a word rarely used to describe day-to-day campus life. In Markel Auditorium, however, edgy is a refreshing change of pace from the norm.

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Good Food, Good Vibes, Good Friends

Coming from a Filipino-Spanish household rooted in a love of culinary culture, I worried that my appreciation for worldly food would be dissatisfied here. Then I found Asian Dinner Night.

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A Home Far, Far Away from Home

Kenyan international student Monicah Wanjiru talks about her experience at a school so far from home and how being a minority and struggling with culture shock are challenges worth overcoming for the education students receive at Hillsdale.

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What is LAUREATES and How Do I Apply?

If you’re a junior science major looking for a research opportunity, look no further than home-sweet-Hillsdale for a paid summer internship.

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Mixing Music and Journalism

Katie Scheu and Sarah Schutte have been deeply involved in music since the beginning of their college careers while also juggling academic life.

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Liberal Arts in the Lab

Sitting in science class and learning about the interactions between molecules, cells, and forces is one thing. Getting your hands gloved up and making these discoveries yourself is a whole different ball game.

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I Found Comfort at the Library Printers

Here at Hillsdale, connections between students can sometimes be found in the most unusual places. Case in point: Mossey Library.

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Studying Obesity and Inflammation

While eggs serve as the cornerstone of the typical Hillsdale student’s Sunday brunch, they also happened to be the subject of Andrea Lee’s summer research. Her research studied ethanol’s effect on the embryo serum from chicken eggs in order to understand the importance of a good diet on a cellular level.

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