10 Reasons to Study Abroad in Spain

If you’ve never considered what student life en España might look like, take a peek.

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Nobody Stands Alone

For the volleyball players, academics come first, while volleyball is a close second.

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A Tight-Knit Team Both On and Off the Playing Field

Between being a member of the Hillsdale College women’s volleyball team, volunteering at a local women’s shelter, teaching Sunday school, and pursuing a bio-chem major and biology minor, junior Kyra Rodi doesn’t have a lot of time for Netflix. But when I asked about her experience as a student athlete, a huge smile spread across her face.

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From Interviewer to Interviewee

It’s a funny thing when the interviewer turns into the interviewee. That’s what happened when I walked into Dr. Robert Blackstock’s office last year to ask him a couple of questions for a Collegian article.

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Connecting Students and Alumni

Twenty-seven years later, Joanna Wiseley still remembers exactly what she wore when she interviewed to be the director of admissions for her alma mater, Hillsdale College. “I was a nervous wreck that day,” she laughs.

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Taking a “Chance” on Hillsdale

Upon transferring from Western Michigan University to Hillsdale College this year, Chance Stewart may have lost his brand new car, but he gained the close-knit academic and football atmosphere that’s right for him.

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Smitten with the Mitten: 10 Places to Visit in Michigan

I’ve spent a great deal of my life preaching the Pure Michigan campaign to out-of-staters. Through this feat, I’ve found that the best way, and truly the only way, for me to convince a non-Michigander that this oddly-shaped state is a hidden gem would be to encourage him or her to venture through it on their own.

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