Ten Things to Know About H-SC 1. H-SC men write well. Established more than three decades ago, the H-SC Rhetoric program teaches our students the fine art of writing, which serves them well in any profession or career. 2. Our student justice system is student-run. We trust our men to hold one another accountable for their actions. Therefore, the student justice system at Hampden- Sydney is entirely student-run. 3. We appreciate a good argument. Founded in 1789, the Union-Philanthropic Literary Society (UPLS) is the College’s oldest student club and the nation’s second-oldest collegiate debate society. Members meet Sunday evenings to debate issues of the day…in coat and tie, of course. 4. H-SC football fans tailgate with style. There is a reason Southern Living magazine included H-SC among the South’s best tailgate schools. Hampden-Sydney football fans tailgate with style. “Hillgating” means good food, good friends, and good times. But most important, it is an opportunity for alumni to return to campus and renew the bond of brotherhood. By the way, the football team is pretty good. The Tigers have won 70% of their games since 2000 and 9 ODAC Championships. They consistently rank among the top of NCAA Division III schools for highest average home attendance. 5. We know how to have a good time. Whether you choose to join a fraternity or not, H-SC’s annual Greek Week is a high point in the year’s social calendar. The Greek Week concert, which attracts college students from across the country, has featured acts such as the Dave Matthews Band, Widespread Panic, and John Mayer.
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