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Evan Brune

Hillsdale men died in history’s deadliest maritime disaster

The reverberating boom and yellow flash of flame pierced the quiet darkness of the early morning hours on April 27, 1865. The blast launched hundreds of former Union prisoners of war into the cool waters of

Space on Smith’s mind

In the evening hours of the 1920s, at a small house on Griswold Street, one man was changing the world. When Edward “Doc” Smith came to Hillsdale, Michigan in 1920, space was on his mind. Smith

Veterans’ association hosts discussion panel

Last night, faculty members clashed over the topic of the United States as world arbiter. The panel, sponsored by the Hillsdale College Student Veterans Association, consisted of Associate Professor of Politics John Grant, Associate Professor of

Fighting cabin fever: businesses come together to offer activities

The cure for cabin fever is here in Hillsdale. Two local businesses, David’s Dolce Vita and Toasted Mud, are teaming up to create the “Cabin Fever Series,” events that take the foci of different businesses and