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What do historians mean when they say that the "Allies won the war but lost the peace"? Dr. Conner explains:
John J. Miller and Thomas H. Conner consider if this expression applies to the peace between the end of World War II and the beginning of the Cold War. Did America win or lose peace after World War II?
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“I thought a D-II school was a good balance of having academics first but also having a good athletics team, and I think that’s what drew me to Hillsdale.There aren’t many other schools that have this strong of an academic standard and this strong of a volleyball program.” Kyra
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Kyra Rodi, '17, is a member of Hillsdale's women’s volleyball team pursuing a bio-chem major and biology minor.
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Matt’s Great Books classes were eye-opening because they taught him how coming to understand a text helps understand reality. It is this search for understanding that led him to declare an English major.
Matt Wylie took his two Great Books core English classes, and like so many Hillsdale students, he struggled to write good papers at first.
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German professor, Dr. Fred Yaniga, advises that "what is happening now will be written as tomorrow’s past."
http://studentstories.hillsdale.edu/2015/11/23/history-is-now-dr-yaniga-remembers-the-day-the-berlin-wall-came-down/
When professor of German Dr. Fred Yaniga sees the photos taken of the Syrian refugees fleeing to Europe, his eyes fill with tears. Long lines of people, carrying all they now own in packs on their backs, hop off trains and walk in hopes of finding peace and freedom. These are emotional scenes for an…
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"And as for Truth, Beauty, and Goodness? My heart sings at those three words."
I barely remember taking the Freshman Pledge during the Convocation ceremony at the beginning of the year. I do, however, remember the Convocation addresses given by seniors Morgan Delp and Matthew O’Sullivan. They spoke glowingly of Hillsdale, saying it was something special, sharing the types …
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“We make men without chests and expect from them virtue and enterprise. We laugh at honor and are shocked to find traitors in our midst.” C.S. Lewis

Listen to Dr. Larry P. Arnn's commentary on Lewis' work "The Abolition of Man."
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"I think the legacy of religious liberty is the chief thing that [The Founding Fathers] would like to be remembered for." Terrance Moore http://hdale.co/dE8V302vEIe
Terrence O. Moore discusses the Founders’ legacy of religious liberty. Their own emphasis had less to do with orthodoxy and more to do with the good effect of religion on citizens’ moral principles and sense of civic duty, as seen in the case of Benjamin Franklin.
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What are the benefits of learning to write in cursive?
In today’s technologically-driven workforce, being able to type may be more valuable than writing in cursive. But learning handwriting provides measurable rewards and benefits, and should still be taught to students.
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"I prayed very seriously that God would provide a way for me to go to Hillsdale." Katie '17
I love my grandpa. When I was a freshman in high school, he was already scheming to get me into an Ivy League school. “Brown or Harvard would be great,” I remember him saying. “Or you could go to Canada! The healthcare there is terrific.” One day, when I was fifteen, he made me sit on his la…
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One of the best aspects of our chemistry program is the unparalleled access that students and faculty have to well-equipped lab facilities. Explore our lab facilities here:
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33 E College St Hillsdale, MI 49242
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Founded in 1844, Hillsdale College is an independent, coeducational, residential, liberal arts college with a student body of about 1,400. Its four-year curriculum leads to the bachelor of arts or bachelor of science degree, and it is accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools.

Hillsdale’s educational mission rests upon two principles: academic excellence and institutional independence.  The College does not accept federal or state taxpayer subsidies for any of its operations.

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"Just incredible, I can see why they are called the conservative Harvard."
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"Reasonable tuition costs."
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Jacob Kernell
a month ago
I love this place, not too big, not too small, it's just right. The cafeteria is great and the facilities are all top of the line
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Rik Klein
4 months ago
Churchill's Trial by President Larry Arnn is a gem. Thanks so much.
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Mitch Rayer
a year ago
The college does not always practice what it preaches when it comes to free market ideologies, the town is boring and in the middle of nowhere, and the campus is somewhat uneventful and cold, but the classes are academically challenging, greek life is well organized, the facilities are very modern and well-kept, the professors are fantastic, and the students are very nice, and there is a good balance between partying and studying. Very religious. Very independent. Very conservative. Reasonable tuition costs.
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Edwin Vega
a year ago
We chose to send our son to Hlllsdale for their strong academics, leadership and indepedence. My wife and I can't say enough about this school. It is a tough school academically, but my son has risen to the challenge. It is because of Hillsdale's conservative principles and patroitic spirit that we have seen a marked difference in our son's life and character.
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Finian Mac
8 months ago
When first enrolled I had high hopes of seeing the truth and not establishment republican apologetic rhetoric. I love history but history is written by the winner and seldom do you see content other than contemporary thought just inside the mainstream. I was taken aback when I saw that the civil war was over slavery. Slavery may have been a facet but certainly only a minor facet. The South was being economically strangled by the North with its shipping and economical policies that minimized profit by heavy regulation on shipping and trade, especially to foreign buyers of agriculture, particularly cotton. The issue of slavery has always been a method of moving the focus from northern fascism to southern slave supported agriculture even though there was ample slavery in the northern states. The issue of slavery has been made the "Oswald" of the period.
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Luke Bahr
10 months ago
I've always admired Hillsdale College as an academic institution that doesn't pander to the intellectually sycophantic Liberal agenda. They dare to stand out and speak out, even if what they stand for may be unpopular.
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Don Kuehn
2 years ago
I recently completed the lecture series on the Constitution and proudly display the certificates of completion I received. These are outstanding courses led by Dr. Larry Arnn, one of the most brilliant lecturers I have ever had the pleasure of learning from. None of the professors I had in university could come even close. Anyone who has even a passing interest in the founding of our country or who is uneasy about the direction it has been going in recently should at least watch the first introductory lecture. If you do I can almost guarantee that you will be hooked.
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Alex Clack
2 years ago
A lot of people on here giving 1-stars just because of their intolerant prejudices, so thought I'd help even one of those out. But really, I've only heard great stuff about this college, it overcomes the reliance on government that the nation's wealthiest universities still lean on. I've heard several of Hillsdale's professors speak, and was more than impressed. I wish I could have gone there! I don't understand why people feel the need to attack a school that only leans conservative, when virtually all other colleges that I have seen and visited are hugely liberal, and actually push their beliefs onto students in very uncomfortable ways. I'm a student of Kent State University, and I'm happy to be around it's diversity, but it often feels like the school and majority of students are only tolerant of other people's views if it doesn't conflict with their own. Not to mix up personal opinions with actual convictions, a pool that seems to run more and more dry the longer I observe.
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