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‘Beauty and the Beast’: Tropes as old as time, wrongs as old as rhyme

Disney’s live action remake of “Beauty and the Beast” took $170 million from American moviegoers in its opening weekend, making it the biggest opening...

No choice between nostalgia and defeatism in ‘The Benedict Option’

Before “The Benedict Option,” there was just Rod Dreher and his new book’s eponymous idea. But come March 14, the American Conservative blogger promises...

Why aren’t Eastern religions in Hillsdale’s Classrooms

Hillsdale students are familiar with Aristotle, Plato and Socrates, but have they ever heard of Ibn-Sina, Nagarjuna, or Keiji Nishitani? Maybe, but they can’t...

Lyceum lecture looks at the limits of language in life, learning, and Latin

Both doors of Lane 125 were open: students, faculty, and visiting parents filled every seat, leaned in the doorways, sat on the ground, slouched...

‘Kiss Me, Kate’: Did we kiss morality goodbye?

When I attended “Kiss Me, Kate” on Saturday night, I found it so wonderful that I returned again Sunday afternoon. All of the actors...