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Dr. Charles N. Steele

Dr. Charles N. Steele holds the Herman and Suzanne Dettwiler Chair in Economics at Hillsdale College, and regularly teaches the “Austrian Economics” class, as well as “History of Economic Thought.” […]
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Simpson Residence

For some students, it only takes a few days, and for others, it takes a full semester. However long it takes, though, you will get to know the other men […]
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Field Trip to Monticello

This article is part of a semester-long series following Aubrey Neal’s experiences in the Washington-Hillsdale Internship Program (WHIP). WHIP provides Hillsdale College students the opportunity to participate in semester-long internships […]
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Philip Hammersley

Hillsdale College students can enjoy the unique opportunity to study and intern simultaneously in Washington D.C. through the Washington-Hillsdale Internship Program (WHIP). Students can spend either a semester or a […]

Chi Omega: Volley-for-a-Wish

The Hillsdale College chapter of Chi Omega hosted its third philanthropic event of the semester, a volleyball tournament to raise funds for its national philanthropy, the Make-A-Wish Foundation®, on Sunday […]
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Luke Bessmer

Luke Bessmer, a junior from Omaha, Nebraska, is one of the most active bio-chemistry majors at Hillsdale College. Luke plays a major role in Career Services as a Student Affairs […]
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Professor Lewis Butler

Professor Lewis Butler is in his second year as an adjunct professor in Hillsdale’s Economics department. A recent graduate of the college, Professor Butler returned to academia when he received […]
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Slavic Film Series

Professor of German Dr. Stephan Neumann and Theatre and Speech Professor Dr. James Brandon recently launched Hillsdale’s first Slavic film series. The films will be both Russian and Polish, and […]
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Carly Hubbard

Carly Hubbard, currently finishing her junior year, transferred to Hillsdale from a large state school to study biology. She said there were several reasons that the choice to come to […]
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Benjamin Holscher

Benjamin Holscher is a senior from Hobart, NY, studying history and business administration. Ben is the founder and director of the non-profit organization A Few Good Men, the president of […]
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Making a Dent in the List

This article is part of a semester-long series following Aubrey Neal’s experiences in the Washington-Hillsdale Internship Program (WHIP). WHIP provides Hillsdale College students the opportunity to participate in semester-long internships […]
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Aaron Schepps

Aaron Schepps, a senior from Chandler, Arizona, is an outstanding example of the type of well-balanced, active, and successful student that emerges from the Hillsdale College English department. Aside from […]
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