Collegium Through Religious Differences

Agnostic, Protestant, and Jewish students aren’t deterred by their differences in faith. In each other, they find lessons to strengthen their collegiate community.

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Picture This: Hillsdale’s Own Influencer

In addition to the balancing act of the regular student, Chase Sabina supplied content for over twenty-seven thousand followers on his Instagram. While still a college student, he was also a businessman, a social media mogul, and an exceptionally talented photographer.

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German Department Expands on Sisters’ International Literacy: Rachel and Rebekah Molloy

Twin sisters Rachel and Rebekah Molloy had to travel across the globe from their home in Okinawa, Japan, to visit Hillsdale College as prospective students. Much more foreign to them than the idea of enrolling at the College was the prospect of becoming German majors once they got here.

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Choose Hillsdale for the Challenge

I believe in investment. I believe that if you give your heart to something, it will pay you back in big ways. Hillsdale’s culture seems to embody this idea.

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Why I Chose Hillsdale: Lydia Hall

Although the cold winds and rolling hills did not appeal to me as the mountains and forests of my home, after I sat in on my first English class, I knew I had to attend Hillsdale College.

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Why I Chose Hillsdale: The Power of Paradox

The more I study, the more I realize the world doesn’t make sense. But at the same time, it is packed with so much meaning that it demands my attention. This is the paradox of my college decision.

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Hillsdale’s Tall Tales

When you come to Hillsdale, you are entering a story. Many years’ worth of quirky traditions and legends serve to unite us throughout our college days, as we too leave our mark.

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Summer Session: A Mini Retreat

One class, five days a week, hundreds of pages to read: the perfect way to start the summer. People talk about learning languages through full immersion, so why not Hemingway and Fitzgerald?

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The night is clear, listen…

I arrive home late after treading the length of campus. I climb into bed exhausted but filled with the sights and sounds of Hillsdale and a clearer appreciation of all it has to offer.

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Peter Highlander, DPM, MS

Peter Highlander, ’07, is a founding member of the American Orthopedic Society of 3-D Printing. A reconstructive foot and ankle surgeon in Bellevue, Ohio, he has made headlines recently for his custom 3-D printed implants.

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Q&A with Alumni Association Board President Marianne Rotole, ’95

Marianne Rotole majored in English and minored in history and communications at Hillsdale. She is currently a vice president at Octagon Marketing North America.

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Understanding America

Spencer and Bailey Arlinghaus Amaral, ’14, ’15, aim to teach young Americans about freedom, faith, and virtue through the Windrose Project, a leadership development organization. The project, whose name evokes the directional markings on a compass, sponsors educational seminars, local service projects, and an annual trip to the nation’s capital.

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