Part-Time Student, Full-Time Mom

“I never set out to be a mom,” senior Dani Adams said. “Never in my wildest dreams did I figure I would get married and have kids, much less while I was in college.”

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Is ‘Better Science’ Really the Answer for Social Sciences?

From Dr. Barnes’s perspective, the field of social psychology may be best off using the so-called reproducibility crisis as a point for reflecting on the purpose of the field.

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Seek Ye First the Liberal Arts

When Professor of Philosophy and Religion Nathan Schlueter gives advice to pre-law students, he often finds himself repeating the following advice: “Seek ye first a great liberal arts education, and success in law school will be given unto you.”

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The Inner Workings of Boats and Businesses

For Emma Kendro, ’16, what started as a summer job in the Bay Harbor area of Northern Michigan became a post-graduation career.

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Research as Tough as Diamonds: A Liberal Arts Approach to Engineering

Viktor Rozsa, ’14, studied the great books under Dr. Jackson and classics with Dr. Hutchinson. His summers, however, he spent researching geophysics and molecular behavior in extreme conditions.

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Walking With A Purpose

For Hannah Blazek, ’16, the emphasis placed on developing professional skills in pageantry helped transform a shy, six-foot redhead into a confident leader.

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Bringing a Culture to Life through Literature

Even after growing up in a Spanish-speaking household, junior Christina Dressel continues to delve deeper into learning the language through literature.

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Teaching English in Spain

The past two summers, junior Christina Dressel has put her Spanish major and speaking abilities to the test teaching English as a second language in Madrid, Spain.

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How Science 101 Sparked Sheldon Saccoman’s Interest in Biology and Chemistry

When Sheldon Saccoman came to Hillsdale, he had no idea that exploring the core curriculum, rich with history and English classes, would ultimately lead him to a biology and chemistry double major.

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Continuing to Defend and Support the Constitution

After retiring from the air force as a major, Mr. Wykes joined the inaugural class at the Van Andel School of Statesmanship, moving to Hillsdale with his wife and family. His graduate coursework at Hillsdale, and now his job as the director of operations for the graduate school, are a continuation of the oath of service he took as a member of the air force to support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic.

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Athletes Who Make Art

When most people think of dance, they picture the austere grace of a tutu-clad ballerina leaping across the stage. Visiting assistant professor of dance Holly Hobbs, however, says Hillsdale’s dance minor offers much more than classical ballet, offering everything from Highland to modern dance for all experience levels.

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Connecting Constitution 101 With Biochemistry

As a biochemistry student looking at a very probable research career, and as a conservative against excessive government spending, Dr. Slack’s lecture raised some interesting questions for me.

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