President Larry P. Arnn to teach inaugural course Download Press Release Washington, D.C. – The Hillsdale College Steve and Amy Van Andel Graduate School of Government will officially begin courses in Washington, D.C. on January 13, 2020. As part of this semester’s curriculum, Larry P. Arnn, President of Hillsdale College, will teach a course on […]
On Tuesday, January 28, the Hillsdale College Washington, D.C. campus will host an evening lecture with long-time journalist and author Christopher Caldwell. The lecture, “The Roots of our Partisan Divide,” will draw from Caldwell’s latest book, The Age of Entitlement: America Since the Sixties, to trace the progression of our current hyper-partisan political environment. This lecture is part of the AWC Family Foundation Lecture series.
The G‑MAC Cross-Country Championship was held on Saturday, October 26, in Pepper Pike, Ohio. The team’s victory in the 6K race was led by the second- and third-place finishes of senior Arena Lewis, with a time of 20:55.3, and junior Maryssa Depies, with a time of 20:55.7. Both were named to the All-Conference First Team after their personal record races.
On Saturday, November 9, 2019, Hillsdale College’s John Anthony Halter Shooting Sports Education Center will host a Veterans Day Open Shoot from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. ET. All veterans with a valid ID will receive one free round to shoot trap, 5-stand, or Olympic bunker on the Halter Center’s nationally recognized ranges.
The Class of 2023 has an average SAT score of 1380.51—the highest rating since the new points system was introduced in 2016. In comparison, the freshman class of 2018 had an average SAT score of 1369.82. Hillsdale’s newest students come to campus from around the country with 37 states represented.
Hillsdale College’s CCA is the sponsor of one of the largest college lecture series in America. Since the series began in 1972, more than 1,300 speakers have participated, including Ronald Reagan, Jeane J. Kirkpatrick, Steve Forbes, Kimberley Strassel, and Stephen Ambrose. Click here to visit the CCA website.
“It’s important to emphasize that classically oriented conversations can still take place in a public school setting,” said O’Toole. “For example, a study of classic fairy tales can open up conversations in elementary grades about courage, friendship, and good and evil.”
“Our students consistently create entertaining, informative, and compelling content for our station,” said Scot Bertram, general manager of Radio Free Hillsdale. “I am proud to see their hard work honored as some of the best college radio programming in the country.”