Student-led ‘Science and Ethics’ radio show gains new leadership

Dr. Laura Niklason, a noted sci­entist and pro­fessor of anes­the­si­ology and bio­medical engi­neering at Yale Uni­versity, was inter­viewed by Lillian Quinones ’18 on Quinones’…

Professors, students explore intersection of philosophy and neuroscience

“What we call phi­losophy of mind has to do with a set of issues that have been with us since the start of the…

Student spends summer break researching Parkinson’s-related protein

  Over the summer, senior Natalie Meckel was admitted to a research program, spending the summer crys­tal­lizing pro­teins for neutron dif­fraction exper­i­ments at the Uni­versity…

Box replaces T drive on campus

  After a nine month, multi-depart­mental trial run, Hillsdale Infor­mation Tech­nology Ser­vices (ITS) has offi­cially inte­grated Box as a campus-wide software solution.   “Box is essen­tially…

New biology professor emphasizes real-world applications

With the retirement of Hillsdale’s Pro­fessor of Biology Bob Miller this past spring, Sang-Chul Nam has been hired as new asso­ciate pro­fessor of biology,…

Weekly ADHD group encourages peer support

Jordan Nied was at college for almost a full year before he realized he had attention-deficit hyper­ac­tivity dis­order. “I always felt like I was…

Faculty, students construct Low-Frequency All-Sky Monitor in Hayden Park

Five Hillsdale College stu­dents spent five weeks at the end of their summer digging trenches in Hayden Park, sol­dering cables, pro­gramming software, and ana­lyzing…

Music, microphones, and mathematics: Student to present research project

Music meets math in senior Justin Rogers’ research. For his senior project, Rogers is attempting to make a com­puter program that can listen to…

iFeel Alive Labs combat student stress with games

Pursed-lip breathing may be the solution to sur­viving hell week stress. The psy­chology department recently installed new tech­nology that helps stu­dents learn how to control…

Coding on campus: Students, professors use computer programming for studies, research

Approx­i­mately 120 stu­dents on campus have worked on coding projects or used com­puter pro­gramming in one of their classes over the last two years,…