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Die Stadtbibliothek Ulm gehört nicht nur zu den ältesten, sondern auch zu den größten öffentlichen Bibliotheken in Deutschland. Deren Kernaufgabe besteht darin, freien Zugang zu Informationen zu garantieren und sich für die Meinungs- und Informationsfreiheit einzusetzen.Wir haben genauer hingeschaut und fanden im Bestand der Ulmer Zentralbibliothek…
 
On October 6, 1866, two of the Reno brothers, famed Indiana outlaws, perpetrated the first-ever moving train robbery. They quickly became the stuff of legends - the type of thing we sing about around campfires in the summer. The legends of the West are part of the story the American people have told about themselves - and they have a lasting impact…
 
On the pilot episode of Elephants in the Room, hosts Joe and Kendale discuss Florida Governor Ron DeSantis’ pending lawsuit, Hillsdale’s homecoming week, Italy’s new far-right Prime Minister, and future plans for the show.De către Student Content
 
On September 26, 1905, Einstein published the third of his Annus Mirabilis papers, positing the theory of special relativity. This groundbreaking theory was the product of the hypothetical question posed by an active imagination: what would happen if Einstein and his mirror were traveling at almost the speed of light?…
 
On this episode of Take Note, hosts Matt and Josiah, joined by John Schaefer, take notes on classical music, its different styles, and what makes it all so special. Listening to Bach's Prelude in G Major and Clair de Lune, Schaefer guides them through how each piece uses its instruments and arrangement to resonate with the listener. With a small di…
 
In this episode, hosts Maddy Welsh and Lauren Scott talk to Logan Washburn about this week's city news, Carly Moran about "localvores" and eating locally, and Emily Swartz about Hillsdale mayor Adam Stockford's recent wrestling match. Finally, Maddy talks to Lauren about recent hires in the Hillsdale Academy.…
 
Again tackling heavier subject matter, Jillian and Garrett talk about the MSU scandals from 2018 up until now. Tune in to hear a bunch of background information on the subject, social media's consensus on the presidents' (past and present) personalities, and some background cackling from the room next door.…
 
In this episode of the Book Broadcast, host Alexa Robbins and philosophy major Andrew Davidson briefly share memories about their time in Hillsdale's WHIP before diving into a discussion on an early work of Dostoevsky - Notes from the Underground. These two take a look at the historic context and personal drives which inspired this work, and how it…
 
Our culture slams women with lies of “strength and success” while rejecting the beautiful design of male and female. Biblical femininity is beautiful, strong, and dignified, and worthy of praise. This show responds to cultural arguments with truth while depicting the beauty of womanhood.De către Student Content
 
In this episode, Matt and Josiah take notes on new trends that have emerged in the music industry as a result of short form entertainment platforms like Musical.ly and Tik Tok. They discuss the potentially positives and negatives of making a song to get a 12 second clip viral, older songs' fortunate revivals, and whether these small sound bites can…
 
Micah Hart of Radio Free Hillsdale interviews Dr. Marion Mass, a Philadelphia-area pediatrician and co-founder of Practicing Physicians of America. Dr. Mass discusses the baby formula shortage, contending that "The FDA’s response has been bureaucratic, timid and slow. In a time of crisis, it should have been an easy call to grant Emergency Use Auth…
 
On this week's episode of the Collegian Week In Review, hosts Maddy Welsh and Lauren Scott discuss this week's city news with Logan Washburn, VMA red carpet fashion with Megan Schultz, and the recent admission's hire with Jane Kitchen. Finally, Maddy talks to Lauren about why Hillsdale alumna Elizebeth Smith Friedman should be the next statue on th…
 
Gerald Ford was the 38th president of the United States. But perhaps one of his greatest accomplishments was achieved before he entered the White House. When he was a college student he maintained impeccable character, all while standing up for what is right. The 1934 Georgia Tech-Michigan football game is a perfect example of the man Ford was.…
 
Join Matt and Josiah as they journey through the extensive music career of the contentious heartthrob, John Mayer. With 8 studio albums and 7 Grammy awards, and an expensive watch collection, Mayer has gained respect for his incredible guitar skills, longevity of career, and soothing voice. Listen to clips of "Body is a Wonderland," "Gravity," "Bor…
 
On this week's episode of the Collegian Week In Review, hosts Maddy Welsh and Lauren Scott discuss the student band "The Schizmatics" with Michaela Estruth, heavy metal music and charger sports with Claire Gaudet, the College's mascot choices with Micah Hart, and the long lines in Saga with Nathan Stanish.…
 
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