The spirit of Hillsdale in every corner of the world

As one of Hillsdale’s most prominent alumni, W. Robert Moore ‘21 achieved worldwide fame as a writer and pho­tog­rapher for National Geo­graphic mag­azine. Though…

Planning takes practice

One of the habits that I’ve wrestled with over my college years is keeping a planner. I’ve tried the online Google Cal­endar, the Hillsdale student…

Writing more than research papers: student author’s latest novel in the works

For junior Jacquelyn Eubanks, some of the ideas for her sto­ry­lines and char­acters have been in the works since she was a young child.…

Hillsdale College celebrates Easter together

Easter: a holiday when one cel­e­brates Jesus’ triumph over death, laughs with family, and eats an unholy amount of chocolate eggs and bunnies. It’s…

The splendor of tenders: Hillsdale’s favorite food

For Hillsdale stu­dents, one of the most welcome scents is the aroma of chicken tenders wafting through AJ’s Café at any given time. When…

Top five worst study spots on campus

We all have our favorite spots to study: the places we sit to get work done, the places we say are great study spots…

Walmartathon: a defense of Physical Wellness

When the pavement outside the Hillsdale Church of the Nazarene peeled its pock-marked lips from my face, I realized that my freshmen lungs were…

Students explore interests in WHIP internships

Every semester, stu­dents who par­tic­ipate in the Wash­ington-Hillsdale Internship Program take classes while working all over Wash­ington, D.C. They gain expe­rience in fields that…

Taking a break: students who took gap years before Hillsdale

Not everyone goes to college three months after grad­u­ating high school. Some people, including several Hillsdale stu­dents, find that taking a year off —…

Keep a daily journal

When I flip through the journal I started a year-and-a-half ago, I like looking for details that I wanted to remember at the time…

CollegianComic

Beware of the siren’s song.

- a comic by Joel Haines