place your ad with the Collegian

Biology students present research, Brown wins award

Senior Aubrey Brown was selected for first prize winner this past summer after she pre­sented her research to the Michigan Ento­mo­logical Society on how…

Hillsdale promotes interest in both M.D. and D.O. programs

Before Delaney Lehmann ’18 entered the pre-med track at Hillsdale, she had never heard of osteo­pathic med­icine. After being exposed to both osteo­pathic (D.O.)…

Students discuss Juul trend, FDA attempts to regulate the sale of Juul products

“Hitting the Juul” has become a common phrase as high schoolers and college stu­dents increas­ingly turn to Juul as a “cool” form of e‑smoking.…

Ph.D. candidate, alumna inspires current students with molecular biology research

After earning her Bachelor of Science in chem­istry, Kathryn Wierenga ’16 is now a Ph.D. can­didate working in the lab­o­ratory of James J. Pestka,…

More than 150 students donate blood, volunteer at Red Cross blood drive

On Friday Nov. 9, from 11a.m. to 7 p.m.,  stu­dents waited to donate blood in the Grewcock Student Union while others reclined on tables,…

GOAL Program, dormitories host Red Cross blood drive on Friday

Hillsdale College’s GOAL Program is taking to Instagram to share the stories of stu­dents who have been pos­i­tively affected by blood drive dona­tions throughout…

Planetary scientist visits, discusses politics in scientific community

Accom­plished plan­etary sci­entist Mimi Ger­stell, PhD gave a public lecture Oct. 31 titled “Per­spec­tives on Mars.” Roughly 25 stu­dents attended the Astronomy Club talk during…

Psi Chi, psychology lab assistants host “haunted” event using lab equipment

Con­verting ordinary research tools into spooky thrills, the psy­chology honorary’s “Haunted Lab” event last week fea­tured attrac­tions from zombie run therapy, to aug­mented-reality arachnids,…

Sigma Chi hosts “Derby Days,” raises funds for Huntsman Cancer Institute

Chi Omega members shaved the heads of the fra­ternity brothers of Sigma Chi this past week in the Grewcock Student Union for a special…

Inside and Outside the Laboratory: Chemistry professors’ favorite books

A common mis­con­ception about pro­fessors is that they only read books regarding their field of study. It makes sense because they teach it— at…
Advertise with the Collegian
Advertise with the Collegian