“Many caucasian individuals enter engineering fields at the bachelor and masters levels,” explained Cody. “But a majority of them graduate and take jobs in their chosen fields after that. By the time you get to research and doctorate degrees, many of the participants who are left are of Asian descent.” Cody Joy explains how Hillcrest prepared him for a path in the sciences with training extending outside the classroom. Read the full article here>>
The Position Announcement and application are available for download. The Search Committee will submit final candidates to the HLA Board of Directors for a final decision. Read the Full Update>>
Students Driven Deeper
“Sometimes the dorms can get really lonely and you can get really homesick,” one girl shares after reading Night by Elie Wiesel in Philosophy and Religion. “But God is always there for you...No matter how dark or lonely the situation feels.” Mr. Preston's class does more than teach philosophy. Read the Full Story>>
Notes from Pres. Egge
Yesterday, someone asked me to describe a favorite teacher. After a quick mental scan of excellent instructors, I focused on one, Martin Holoien, and said, "He was able to communicate a concept in two lines, and he used interesting, relevant illustrations to help us understand." Read the Full Story>>
BEST Robotics Competition
Satuday, October 22 the Robotics team is heading to Fargo for their first competition of the year. They are looking to defend their title and bring home more hardware as one of the regions top robotics programs.
Dorm Life Groups and Devotions
Dorm students are gathering in the Union for their bi-monthly dinner and devotion times with their life groups.