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Winston Churchill finds home at Hillsdale

As one of the fan favorite statues along the Freedom Walk, Sir Winston S. Churchill is no stranger to Hillsdale College. Since 2012, the college has taken full ownership of the “Churchill Project,” a lifelong project


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Council to amend housing ordinance

Follow Kate on Twitter At its Dec. 1 meeting, Hillsdale City Council extended acting City Manager Doug Terry’s contract and the Planning Commission announced its plan to change a city ordinance, which currently prohibits student housing

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How Muddy Waters Stadium got its name

The rain pounded onto the field, creating puddles of ankle-deep mud. But it would take a lot more than that to slow down Michigan State University’s juggernaut of a fullback. He ran the ball 35 yards

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Junior named regional athlete of the year

  Junior Emily Oren was determined to avoid running in college. She never anticipated she would win the most prestigious award for a cross country runner in the most competitive region in the nation. Last weekend

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Bon Appétit to break out better food

Students returning from Thanksgiving break were greeted by another great culinary experience on Monday as Bon Appétit refines its approach to the Hillsdale community. Steve Hickman, executive chef, explained that the months since Bon Appétit took

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A Few Good Men to help community with snow removal this winter

A Few Good Men, a volunteer club that helps local households and organizations with manual labor, will lend a hand to locals through its snow removal initiative and its new snow plow truck. “When it snows

Former “Dales” Football Coach Frank “Muddy” Waters

Former "Dales" Football Coach Frank "Muddy" Waters

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