The Study of Liberal Arts Cultivates Humility

C.S. Lewis said, “True humility is not thinking less of yourself; it is thinking of yourself less.” But sometimes it seems like college is set up as a selfish enterprise.

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How To Pick A Major

A lot of folks come to Hillsdale with a plan, and that’s fantastic. But let’s face it—sometimes plans change. Nathanael Meadowcroft was planning to be a physics major and music minor. Now he’s majoring in math and minoring in journalism.

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A Prehistoric Thesis

For his senior thesis, Forester McClatchey, ’16, is studying dinosaur research conducted in Victorian England and working on a series of paintings that demonstrate the evolution of paleontologist art from the 1860s to the present.

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The Patience of a Stonecutter

Flute players are a dime a dozen, but Hillsdale’s flute instructor, Jaimie Wagner, has a knack for making students feel special.

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