Mike Ilitch was a Ball Player

It has been said that every American male is a failed baseball player. Mike Ilitch was no different. The son of Macedonian immigrants nearly...

The Solution to Hillsdale Dating Problem is to Realize that There is no Hillsdale...

We’ve all seen them: that couple that’s not actually a couple taking walks around campus, studying together in the library, and somehow always ending...

Stories from IDF soldiers embody the abstracts we study

As a member of the recent Passages trip to Israel, my fellow students and I got to learn a bit about Israel’s military, the...

Identity politics’ thin claims impoverish discourse

One of the few unapproachable topics at Hillsdale is identity politics, demeaned as a lesser form of discourse. At the same time, however, conservatives...

World class music is right down the hall — and free

Two world-famous performances played for free on campus last weekend but students didn’t take every available seat. Friday, one of the last remaining big...

Talk Money To Me: Take a paid internship and learn how to manage money

If you’re searching for an internship this summer, prioritize applications for paid internships over the unpaid ones. If you take a paid internship, you...

Identity politics to blame for Democrat’s national minority

In 2008, Barack Obama’s promise of “hope and change” attracted a diverse coalition that won him the White House. Yet the Democratic Party’s tactics...

How to Win a Hillsdalian Woman in 30 Days or Less

Guys at Hillsdale need to remember that persistence is not always a virtue. Some of Hillsdale’s men act with a relentless sense of determination when...

A Liberty Walk that lives up to its name

Only one statue of a woman stands on Hillsdale College’s Liberty Walk, and she’s an honorary American citizen making bronzy eyes at Ronald Reagan...

Chance a bright light at Grammys

When the rhythm and blues artist R. Kelly revisited his old Chicago South Side neighborhood Hyde Park in 2005, he brought his basketball. A...

CollegianComic

First comes President's Ball, then comes marriage . . .

– a comic by Joel Haines