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Rushing to make changes: Sororities revamp recruitment

Freshmen women who return to Hillsdale’s campus early in January will be the first to par­tic­ipate in a new socially-dis­tanced sorority rush process.  Soror­ities will…

Theater department postpones fall production until spring

The Hillsdale College Theatre Department’s pro­duction of “J.B.” will now open on Jan. 20. Written in 1958 by Archibald MacLeish, “J.B.” is a modern adap­tation…

Wilfred McClay to join Hillsdale history faculty

Hillsdale College’s history department will gain a pres­ti­gious new faculty member next fall: Wilfred M. McClay. Cur­rently the G.T. and Libby Blankenship Chair in the…

Tocco offers life lessons, plans to bring back annual challenge

“I feel good!” chanted a roomful of stu­dents from Greek Houses and college-spon­sored clubs. “I feel great! Look out world, I am coming for…

Washington Post columnist to teach grad course on elections

Political analyst Henry Olsen will teach a course this spring at Hillsdale’s Wash­ington, D.C. campus on political coali­tions, pop­ulism and the purpose of elec­tions.  Fol­lowing…

Alumna shares chemistry career journey

“Reach for the job you don’t think is pos­sible,” alumna and chemist Emily Lind­strom ’06, said in a talk to stu­dents Tuesday.  The American Chemical…

Campus employers adjust to quarantine staff shortages

As the number of stu­dents in quar­antine and contact iso­lation has risen, campus employment has had to adapt to function with fewer student employees.  The…

SAB to host Thanksgiving Dinner in Knorr

While it might look a little dif­ferent this year, Hillsdale’s Student Activ­ities Board is still hosting its annual Thanks­giving Dinner tonight from 4:30 to…

Spare change for Salvation: A.J.‘s donates

A new donation box at A.J.’s Cafe means stu­dents can embrace a spirit of giving by donating their spare change to the Sal­vation Army.  According…

Last hurrah: Students make most of last night before lockdown

Hillsdale stu­dents flocked to local busi­nesses on Tuesday night as restau­rants pre­pared to close for a second COVID-19 shutdown. “We wanted to have one last…