Monthly Archives: February 2013

The Oscars in review

I’m not going to lie. I started watching the Oscars Sunday night ready to pile on the hate. I am not a fan of...

Book Review: ‘A Constitutional Conversation’

Following the hot summer of 1787, the American people had a difficult decision before them: would they ratify a new and stronger federal Constitution...

Poetry, painting, and sculpture appear in “Art of the Journey”

Don Tocco says the shortest pencil is longer than the longest memory. And he would know. The donor and mastermind behind the annual competition...

Aliens and fingerless gloves: confessions of a process knitter

Sophomore Sonja Cook describes herself as a process knitter, someone who knits just to knit and doesn’t necessarily finish projects. She said she has...

‘More than shelving books’: Students study library science at Hillsdale

A prudish old woman with her hair piled atop her head in a graying bun, glasses set on the tip of her nose, compulsively...