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Student-created content originally broadcast on Hillsdale College's student radio station, WRFH 101.7 FM.

The Importance and Necessity of Fathers: Fathers' Day Edition
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Yesterday at 4:26 PM

In honor of Fathers' Day, Michaela discusses the unique role fathers bring to families and the related impact on society. She also emphasizes fathers' duty in imitating God's love as a Father and Christ's love for the Church. 


This Week In History with Michaela and Gavin: June 16-22
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Last Monday at 6:58 PM

 We will be here all summer keeping you up to date with a weeks worth of historic trivia ranging from world history to pop culture! Stick around for the end of the episode to see whether Gavin or Michaela wins our "Guess That Year" portion of the show. Do you know what year the first Fast and Furious Movie came out?


The Hillsdale Interview: RNC Chairman Michael Whatley
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Last Friday at 3:50 PM

Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Whatley joins WRFH to discuss the RNC's Protect the Vote effort, this weekend's "People's Covention" in Detroit, President Trump's visit to the state, and Michigan's importance to the 2024 election.

From 06/14/24.


This Week in History with Michaela and Gavin: June 9-15
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06/12/2024

This is our first episode and we will be here all summer keeping you up to date with a weeks worth of historic trivia ranging from world history to pop culture! Stick around for the end of the episode to see whether Gavin or Michaela wins our "Guess That Year" portion of the show. Do you know what year South Africa hosted the World Cup? 


The Hillsdale Interview: Megan Brock
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06/12/2024

The Daily Caller's Megan Brock joined WRFH to discuss a series a stories from an investigation into Members of The World Professional Association of Transgender Health (WPATH) - the leading authority in the field of transgender medicine - were caught on camera privately contradicting publicly touted standards for transgender treatment to push controversial sex-change procedures on patients. 

From 06/12/24.


The Hillsdale Interview: Thomas McKenna
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06/12/2024

Thomas McKenna, National Review summer intern and a student at Hillsdale College studying political economy and journalism, joins WRFH to discuss his coverage of pro-Palestinian protesters that surrounded the White House on June 8.


Sorry Honey, I Shrunk the Kids: The Reality of Summer
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06/11/2024

Summer can be a shift and challenge for families once school is done. Michaela discusses the pros and cons of summer and the less helpful answers offered on Ms. Magazine. 


The Hillsdale Interview: Paul Hutchinson
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06/06/2024

Paul Hutchinson, the Executive Producer and inspiration for much of the story of The Sound of Freedom, joins WRFH to discuss the success of the film, his upcoming book that gives the backstory to the movie, and how his organization Liberating Humanity is fighting to eradicate this evil forever.


Protecting Women: The Louisiana Bill on Abortion Pill Access
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06/04/2024

Many oppose the new Louisiana Bill on Abortion Pills as restrictive and illogical. The details of the bill, however, reveal just how logical and beneficial the bill is. In this episode, Michaela addresses bias and fact in her discussion of abortion pill policies and practices.


The Hillsdale Interview: James Davison Hunter
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06/03/2024

Professor James Davison Hunter — author of the new book, Democracy and Solidarity, and LaBrosse-Levinson Distinguished Professor of Religion, Culture, and Social Theory and executive director of the Institute for Advanced Studies in Culture at the University of Virginia — joins WRFH.   

In Democracy and Solidarity: On the Cultural Roots of America’s Political Crisis, James Davison Hunter argues that liberal democracy in America has always contained contradictions—most notably, a noble but abstract commitment to freedom, justice, and equality that, tragically, has seldom been realized in practice.  While these contradictions have caused dissent and even violence, there was always an u...