Aaron Carter to perform at Centralhallapalooza

Yesterday, the Student Activities Board revealed Aaron Carter as the main attraction of this year’s Centralhallapalooza. Carter hit the peak of his fame in the 2000s, performing with Hilary Duff and the Backstreet Boys and appearing on Disney. Some hit singles of his are “I Want Candy” and “Aaron’s Party (Come and Get It).” Director […]

Senior college employee retiring

Not many people at Hillsdale College can say they used a typewriter, let alone that they sat in the back of a van typing stats on one. Executive Assistant to the Director of Athletics Jeanie Adams, however, has done both of these things. With 45 years of service, she is the longest-serving staff member at […]

College website Rebuild underway

After months of running analytics and patching holes in its new website that was launched last September, the college decided to introduce changes to the current site. A rebuild of the admissions page will be the first phase of rebuilding all sections of the current website. President Larry Arnn approved plans that were submitted by […]

City revisits income tax option

The income tax initiative, voted down in 2012, is back on Hillsdale City Council’s road-funding list. In order to fund fixing the city roads, council compiled a list of options and included an income tax as one that should be re-evaluated. “There are really only two options left: the millage and the income tax,” Councilman […]

Enactus competes at nationals

Hillsdale Enactus returned from Cincinnati last week with a $500 cash prize from the Enactus National… [more]

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Chariot race starts frat Greek Week

At the opening of fraternity Greek Week, a chariot lost a wheel, but not its rider, during the first… [more]

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Aaron Carter to perform at Centralhallapalooza

Yesterday, the Student Activities Board revealed Aaron Carter as the main attraction of this year’s… [more]

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Hillsdale: Focus more on jobs

Hillsdale College reported a 94 percent placement rate of graduating seniors in either a graduate school program or a desired profession last year. At first this number seems impressive, but in comparison to similar private college statistics it is nothing but average. This statistic has always bothered me, not because of its numerical value but […]


Hillsdale ball teams hopeful for first home games

The Hillsdale College baseball team hopes to play their first home game of the season on Saturday, April 5 in the event that the baseball field dries up in the next few days. Due to poor field conditions, the softball team has already rescheduled several home games. The first 14 of the team’s 26 league […]


Hillsdale professor takes on Detroit crime

Some professors enjoy unwinding after work by watching crime shows on television. When Lecturer in Sociology Shannon Finn leaves campus, she lives them. Finn, a 2010 graduate of Hillsdale College, works in the Detroit court system, advising attorneys using evidence-based sentencing. She said she essentially uses “science and research to argue for more tactful sentencing […]


New talent joins the Tower Players

Audiences enjoying the student-directed play “Woyzeck” this spring will see the debut work of Renée Surprenant, set designer and technical director. Surprenant is working with the cast and crew to build a set representative of the fractured mental world of the play, using mirrors and screens to comprise most of the set. With the retirement […]

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Q&A: Judge Edith Jones

Judge Edith Jones  served as chief judge of the U.S. 5th Circuit Court of Appeals from 2006-2012. She was appointed as a federal judge by Ronald Reagan in 1985 and is a former White House Fellows Commissioner and former member of the National Bankruptcy Review Commission. Last week, Judge Jones was on campus teaching a […]

Victorino Matus Q&A

Victorino Matus is a senior editor at The Weekly Standard. After he graduated from Georgetown University, Vic landed his first and only full­time job at the magazine. In addition to The Weekly Standard, he has written pieces for the Washington Post and the Wall Street Journal. His book “Vodka: How a Colorless, Odorless, Flavorless Spirit […]