On Tuesday, November 7, Hillsdale College laid the cornerstone of the new Christ Chapel. The building project is slated for completion in spring of 2019.
Hillsdale College will host the 2017 women’s volleyball Great Midwest Athletic Conference (G-MAC) championship tournament.
Hillsdale College alumna Liz Essley Whyte won a 2017 EPPY Award for Best Collaborative Investigative/Enterprising Reporting.
Hillsdale College awarded the Daugherty Award for Teaching Excellence to assistant professor of chemistry Courtney E. Meyet during its Fall Convocation.
Hillsdale College congratulates Ashlea Frazier, of the Kirby Center in D.C., on winning the 2017 Buckley Award from the America’s Future Foundation.
A variety of events to honor the sacrifices and accomplishments of local veterans will be held on Hillsdale College’s campus from November 7 to 9, 2017.
This fall, Lee Habeeb, talk radio executive and producer, taught a journalism course titled “Storytelling Across Platforms” at Hillsdale College.
The second CCA seminar of the 2017-18 school year, co-sponsored by the Ludwig von Mises Lecture Series, will examine the U.S. government’s relationship to free market principles, and the merits of free trade.
Matthew Continetti, from the Washington Free Beacon, delivered a public lecture on the “Influence of Identity Politics on American Life and Culture.”
The final installment of the fall lecture series, “This Far by Faith: The Reformation at 500” is entitled “Faith and Authority.” Keynote is Kevin Vanhoozer.
Hillsdale College will host a lecture from Allan C. Carlson titled “On the Amazingly Bright Future of the American Family: An Historical Consideration.”
Nebraska Governor Pete Ricketts will present a luncheon talk at Hillsdale College titled “Taming the Leviathan: Reducing the Size and Scope of Government.”