Ad Astra: Roasting on Common Grounds
If you had to drink only Maxwell House or Folgers for the rest of your life, I bet you’d just quit coffee altogether.
I asked this of Kristi Whalen, ’07, co-founder of Hillsdale’s newest, and only, specialty coffee roaster, Ad Astra. Her answer surprised me.
Running with the Grizzlies: When Hillsdalians Tackle the Montana Trails
This year, the Le Grizz ultramarathon in Polebridge, Montana, had some Hillsdale flair. How exactly did these busy people fit training for an ultramarathon into their daily schedules? As it turns out, there’s always time for a run.Read More about Running with the Grizzlies: When Hillsdalians Tackle the Montana Trails
Food for Thought: Our Time in The Lyceum
This group’s aim is to provide students the opportunity to continue to wrestle with serious topics outside of the classroom. This semester, my husband, Dr. Collin Barnes, and I had the pleasure of joining The Lyceum at both their Liberal Arts Friday Forum and one of four dinner conversations.Read More about Food for Thought: Our Time in The Lyceum
Pursuing Pulsars: Physics at a Liberal Arts College
Hillsdale’s physics students are getting the research experience needed to pursue graduate studies in physics as well as computer science, mechanical and electrical engineering.Read More about Pursuing Pulsars: Physics at a Liberal Arts College
First Edition of The Federalist On Display at the Kirby Center
Visitors of Hillsdale College’s Kirby Center in Washington, D.C., can view an original copy of this seminal work, thanks to the generous donation of nationally syndicated radio talk-show host Mark Levin.Read More about First Edition of The Federalist On Display at the Kirby Center