Blast from the Past: Hillsdale Homecoming in 1998

  Home­coming Weekend Suc­cessful BLUE DERKIN STAFF WRITER This past weekend, Hillsdale College again wel­comed its returning alumni to a mix of sport, pageantry, and fun. Indeed,…

Blast from the Past: Hillsdale Homecoming in 1988

Lack of Spirit: A Guest Edi­torial Edi­torial (Hillsdale Col­legian: Sep­tember 29, 1988) Dear Student Body, Four years ago we came to Hillsdale College as freshmen, excited to…

Blast from the Past: Hillsdale Homecoming in 1978

  The Col­legian pub­lished a recap of Home­coming events in the October 12, 1978 issue.    Home­coming wel­comed near 2,000 By:Randy Jaros Once again, another Home­coming Weekend has come…

Blast from the Past: Hillsdale Homecoming in 1968

  An announcement con­cerning the schedule of events for Home­coming 1968 was included in the June 1 issue of the Hillsdale Alumni Mag­azine.  Home­coming 1968 (June…

Miss Informed serves up quirky opinions on Radio Free Hillsdale

Tune into Radio Free Hillsdale on a Wednesday and you might hear some serious shenanigans. The voices of sophomore Isabella Redjai and junior Kiara…

The Morning Joe: AJ’s barista Faith Witkowski

Much like Star­bucks and their secret menu, Hillsdale employees have their own tricks to make the most of on-campus dining and coffee options. Each…

Why Hillsdale? Freshmen explain their college decisions

  Despite what you’ve heard, not every Hillsdale College student ended up here because their father listens to Rush Lim­baugh. One of the most fre­quent ques­tions…

20 signs you’re a real Hillsdale student

  Aside from being admitted, paying tuition, and taking classes at Hillsdale College, there are certain qual­i­fi­ca­tions that make one a tried and true Hills­dalian.…

Don’t complain about visiting hours

I didn’t realize how much I appre­ciated the college’s vis­i­tation restric­tions until one evening during vis­iting hours when I walked out of my room…

I was ambushed by cucumber water

Cucumbers are not for drinking. And yet they keep turning up in liquid form. Imagine going out to a nice restaurant with your family. Maybe…

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Beware of the siren’s song.

- a comic by Joel Haines