Summer Sessions at Hillsdale College

During summer session, students and professors operate by the rule of threes: three weeks of class, three hours per day, and three credit hours earned.

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People and Politics of Israel

When I found out I was selected to participate in the Passages January trip to Israel, I was stoked for different reasons. I was convinced that visiting the biblical places of the Holy Land I had heard and read about since childhood would be the highlight of my trip.

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Commencement and Mother’s Day

This year, Mother’s Day falls on the Sunday right after graduation. I asked a few graduating seniors to tell me about their moms and what they wanted their moms to know on this Commencement and Mother’s Day.

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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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Behind Good Men Are Great Moms

When I consider the many tasks and habits I perform from day to day, I realize the profound impact of my mother’s consistent love and instruction. As I asked other guys to share the impact their mothers have had on them, I was moved by the importance mothers hold across Hillsdale’s campus.

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Professing the Love of Motherhood

Students look up to their professors as a main source of inspiration and support while they’re away from home. This admiration is clear when students talk about the kindness and care they receive from Academic Counselor and Lecturer in Business Christy Maier and Assistant Professor of Psychology Jeri Little.

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My Alma Mater

My mother used to spend hours in the afternoon reading aloud to my siblings and me. With her feet propped up on a tower of story books that she had plundered from the local library, she would gather all six of us around her lap to see the pictures as she read story after story until one or all of us fell asleep.

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The Collegian Mom

When Maria Servold, assistant director of the Dow Journalism Program and Hillsdale ’10 alumna, leaves her two daughters for work, her oldest likes to pretend to go with her. “She’ll put her backpack and shoes on and say, ‘Bye, bye, work,’ and stand at the window and wave,” Mrs. Servold said of two-and-a-half-year-old Evelyn.

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Motherhood: A Great Work

Elizabeth Schlueter, wife of Dr. Nathan Schlueter and mother to eight children, is a vibrant woman with a keen vision of motherhood. The following are Elizabeth’s thoughts on the goodness and importance of homemaking and mothering.

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A Shared Gift: When Siblings’ Time at Hillsdale Overlaps

Faith Liebing is a senior, and her sister Abby is a freshman. Both see their one year together at Hillsdale College as a great gift.

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Why I Chose Hillsdale: Josh Bailey

Ambitious and dedicated to serving my country, I had no thought of Hillsdale College as a seventeen-year-old senior in high school. No, I was going to the US Naval Academy.

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Unified by Truth

“Do you have any older siblings who went to Hillsdale?” I’m always surprised and slightly perplexed as to why so many students continue a family legacy. After talking with a few current students who had siblings also attend Hillsdale, some of the mystery was revealed.

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