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Joseph Manus: mystery solved

Hillsdale College inducted Joseph “Joe” Manus, 1895, into its athletic Hall of Fame in 2001, but his plaque reads “1871 - Unknown,” leaving his life somewhat a mystery, until now. The 1892-’94 football teams’ left guard


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CPAC bus has near miss

Just after 3 a.m. this morning, one of the four charter buses with Hillsdale College students on its way to the Conservative Political Action Committee hit a bump, swerved, and tilted onto two wheels - but

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Lighthouse goes beyond the stigma

Lighthouse, Hillsdale’s mental health awareness club, is helping students combat the effects of stress and anxiety. Beginning at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, the club will host a series titled “Behind the Stigma” on mental illnesses. The

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Dean of Faculty Nussbaum finishes term

In early May, dozens of seniors will leave a phone message for the dean of faculty. It’s important business for graduation day. This is the last spring that Professor of Chemistry Mark Nussbaum will listen to

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Bon Appétit hires new general manager

Coming from almost nine years of experience at Bon Appétit and an even lengthier culinary background, David Apthorpe recently began working as the new general manager for Hillsdale’s food service. He started at Hillsdale on Feb

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Visiting professor Smith: An Old South historian

In an environment where historians struggle to find both steady employment and academic freedom, members of the Hillsdale College History Department are blessed with both, according to new Visiting Assistant Professor of History Miles Smith IV

Wife, Dolores, of former coach McAvoy dies


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