Monthly Archives: September 2018

Elect Gretchen Whitmer: Michigan needs effective leadership

“The test of a civilization is the way it cares for its most vulnerable.” These words, written by novelist Pearl Buck, provide the ultimate...

Economics professor goes the distance in ultramarathons

Running a distance longer than 26.2 miles may seem impossible to the average person. For Charles Steele, however, it’s his idea of fun. Steele,...

‘Life is a Dream’ premieres next week

Next week swords will flash and guns will fire in Markel auditorium when the Tower Players perform Pedro Calderón’s tragicomedy “Life is a Dream.”...

Office Hours: Wonder Words: Resetting the human heart and mind

“Admiration, astonishment, amazement, surprise caused by something unusual or unexpected” is, more or less, the first dictionary definition for “wonder” in the English language....

Homecoming should bring out our best, not our worst

Hillsdale’s 102nd Homecoming wrapped up five days ago, but tension from the week’s competition still lingers. Events ranged from a banner contest, to trivia, to...