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“My history thesis was the single most valuable thing in terms of academic achievement at Hillsdale.” Joshua '16

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Hillsdale alumna, Katherine Sinkovitz, ’16, shares how the idea of wonder has served as the foundation of her Liberal arts education. “To a level that I never before had, I experienced wonder as I became aware of the extent of my ignorance about the universe around me.”

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“Really explore all options, keep an open mind, and take advantage of opportunities.”
Rob Schlitts ’06 giving advice to students looking to succeed in business. Read more about his undergraduate communication studies at Hillsdale College here:

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“We want to keep working on the whole person here.”

Coach Lundberg describes how Physical Wellness connects to Hillsdale’s liberal arts mission.

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Assistant Professor of politics, Dr. Adam Carrington, explains the important place that Constitution 101 holds in Hillsdale College’s core curriculum. He claims, “Studying the Constitution is studying how to be a citizen in our own time and place.” http://hdale.co/XQwM308Tstq

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Although no one knows when Waterman tea started, the weekly afternoon tea has become a cherished tradition.” http://hdale.co/HSJO308QDfd

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Hillsdale College Provost David Whalen says in regards to Convocation, “It’s nice to have an occasion to gather and not just be reminded of what you’re about but to celebrate it.” Read more about the school's traditional convocation ceremony here: http://hdale.co/JZ2L308Qu30

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“When I graduated from high school, hazy ideas about future goals peppered the horizon, but I didn’t know what I wanted to do because I didn’t know who I was.” Klara '17

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“In my core classes, I was stretched to account for a dozen disciplines all seeking truth from their own particular viewpoint.” Read Senior Ellen Sweet’s personal reflection on her eye-opening collegiate experience in “Why I Chose Hillsdale.” http://hdale.co/py6l308LlsZ
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