Taking Chances to Change: A Reflection on My Time at Hillsdale

Opportunity may not be a lengthy visitor, but it certainly is a frequent one. It took me a year at college to realize this truth.

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Mapping the Music of the Mind

After a ten-year research investigation, Dr. Melissa Knecht has published a book of musical exercises that aim to improve music cognition and help advancing string musicians develop their musical mental maps.

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Beauty Across the Lines

The life of a college student is stressful and tedious sometimes, but it’s worth it because our education lets us seek things that are true and beautiful, things we can find outside our own field of study.

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Combatting Stress in the Newsroom

The staff of The Collegian have plenty of opportunities to let stress get the better of them. How do they avoid burnout in such a busy, fast-paced environment?

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Game On

Sitting around a table, playing a card game, a group of friends hurl accusations at one another, claiming someone is the culprit. Maybe this doesn’t sound very relaxing. But for some students, it is a favorite way to escape the relentless load of assignments that need to be finished.

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“Mauckoodfeldt” Means Family

It’s getting late on a weeknight. Commotion and laughter are coming from Mauck’s spacious lobby. If you investigate, you might find an intense game of Clue ensuing among friends. Why aren’t they stressing about midterms? The answer is a conglomerate word: “Mauckoodfeldt.”

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