Monthly Archives: January 2012

New technology delays Red Cross Drive for hours

Recent changes in Red Cross technology led to hours-long delays today, as students headed to the Grewcock Student Union to give blood.

City considers tax hike to pay for road maintenance

For the first time in decades, the Hillsdale City Council might actually find a way to start paying for long-overdue local road improvements. Council members are considering a 1 percent income tax — the maximum allowed by the state — to raise money for road repair.

4‑minute interview: Melinda von Sydow, Four-legged food pantry volunteer

A 4-minute interview with Lecturer in English and education, Melinda von Sydow, on her work with the Four-Legged Food Pantry.

“Underworld: Awakening,” A Review

Kate Beckinsale, fully armed and leather-clad, returns for her third major contribution to the “Underworld” saga, “Underworld: Awakening.”

Haimovitz: Fusion music with a bow

Music enthusiasts should be sure to attend the cello performance by David Heimevitz this Saturday at 8 p.m. at the Sage Center for the Arts.