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Residents skeptical of May road funding proposal

The complexity of the Michigan road funding ballot proposal deters many from wanting to vote for it, Hillsdale County residents said at a town hall Monday. Michigan state Sen. Mike Shirkey and Rep. Eric Leutheuser held

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Tocco seeks to inspire, fund campus groups

At 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Don Tocco will speak in Markel Auditorium on important prose poetry he has come across in his life in a presentation called “Prose, Poetry, and Psalms to Live By.” Like Tocco’s

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Alumna publishes second book

Even in college, Elizabeth Genovise ‘06 loved literature, Associate Professor of English Justin Jackson said. Today, Genovise writes her own short stories. She celebrated the publishing of her second book, “Where There Are Two or More,”

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Authorities remove man from library

Hillsdale city police officers and campus security escorted a local man out of Mossey Library Tuesday night. “Late last week he was on campus and approached a student improperly and made her feel uncomfortable,” Director of

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With the retirement of Rein Zeller, no more computer science

“It’s very tough to be a one-man program, and that’s what Dr. Zeller has been,” said Samuel Webster, associate professor of mathematics and head of the math department. With the retirement of Rein Zeller, associate professor

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Tower Dancers to perform this weekend

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