2nd Amendment Rights & Issues
Although many know that the Constitution protects a citizen’s “right to bear arms,” few comprehend what those words truly mean. To help students gain a deeper understanding, the John A. Halter Shooting Sports and Education Center balances the teaching on the range with Second Amendment-focused lectures in the classroom.
This approach brings the concept of freedom to life by literally placing the idea into the hands of students. Once a class, seminar, or camp finishes, individuals will have a deeper and more personal understanding of the Second Amendment and the importance of protecting the liberties guaranteed by it.
Six-time Olympic medalist and USA Shooting Team member Kim Rhode visited Hillsdale College on May 11. Rhode, the first summer Olympian to win six medals in six consecutive Olympic Games, met with Hillsdale’s national championship-winning shotgun team. Hillsdale College’s Shooting Sports Team, which has won the last four Division III national titles in clay […]
The Hillsdale College Shotgun Team finished first overall at the Division III Association of College Unions International (ACUI) 49th Annual Collegiate Clay Target Championships in San Antonio, Texas. Held March 28 to April 2, the ACUI Championship hosted 828 participants from over 85 colleges throughout the country. Hillsdale’s 10-person team posted a total score of […]
On Friday, April 7, Hillsdale College hosted Wayne LaPierre, the executive vice president and CEO of the National Rifle Association (NRA). LaPierre spoke about the importance of truth in today’s highly-polarized political environment. He praised Hillsdale’s dedication to the pursuit of truth and liberty, and emphasized how the NRA shares this pursuit, highlighting several […]