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As for introductions, I go by Hannah Clore and I’m from Oldham County, Kentucky. I’m now a senior here at my Alma Mater, Hanover College. My, how the time does fly.
Academically, I am a History major and Sociology minor. With my remaining spare time at Hanover, I participate as a member of Mortar Board Honors Society, Chi Omega, and I work as a Student Ambassador in the Admissions Office. I’m also a Peer Advisor, which means I act as a sort of liaison between the freshman and the upperclassmen, as well as ushering freshman into their first year during August Experience.
As for my career interests, this past summer I was an Intern in Public Programs at the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center in Cincinnati. I received a grant from the prestigious Rivers Institute at Hanover to pay for an awesome apartment I stayed in as well. When I graduate I hope to become a Museum Educator.
In short, I am a hard-working, energetic and sarcastic Hanoverian and I love every minute of it.
By Hannah Clore on February 3, 2011
Long time no see, folks! From finishing my I.S. to starting my job search, it has been a busy time. To catch you up, I thought I’d give you a visual guide of the past few months! As you can see, we’ve had a lot going on here at Hanover. To those who might think, [...]
By Hannah Clore on November 30, 2010
As I’ve spent the majority of my Thanksgiving “break” at home typing furiously away at my Independent Study, I thought I’d give you a synopsis of my break in pictures! (Saves me the trouble of MORE typing… and they say they’re each worth 1000 words!) And now it’s back to Hanover… Hope everyone had a relaxing [...]
By Hannah Clore on November 23, 2010
To most, waiting five hours in line for a movie does not sound like an exceptionally spectacular use of time. Luckily, I am not like most people. Aside from my incessant love of movies (ask my roommate, Kat Rompf, about the excessive amount of movies in our room… and my rental sheet where I make [...]
By Hannah Clore on November 15, 2010
The number one question I get from prospective students when giving them tours of Hanover College is, “What do you all do for fun? Aren’t you out in the middle of nowhere…?” The answer is yes. We are in the middle of nowhere. However, I can honestly say that we don’t ever run out of [...]
By Hannah Clore on November 12, 2010
Every year, Hanover seniors spend the majority of either their Fall or Winter terms producing an original piece of research called an independent study. If you’ve ever heard of a senior thesis or a graduate school dissertation, this is a very similar project. Essentially, you’re combining all four years of education into one culminating project [...]
By Hannah Clore on October 15, 2010
Since I never really did debrief you all about how AMAZING my internship was this summer, I figured now was better late than never. To recap, I received an incredibly generous grant from the Rivers Institute at Hanover to fund my adventures in Cincinnati-land by studying the connection between the Underground Railroad and the Ohio River. I [...]
By Hannah Clore on October 7, 2010
Needless to say, since you haven’t heard from me in awhile, it has been a busy first month at Hanover! First off, the madness that is senior year. Where did these past three years go? My pledge class at Chi Omega, the group of girls who joined Chi O the same time I did, has [...]
By Hannah Clore on September 1, 2010
It has certainly been a long and interesting week so far… and to think, it’s only Tuesday! As a peer advisor, I have participated in August Experience every year I have been at Hanover. Every year, it puts me back in check, keeps me on my toes and, as an alumna would put it, gives [...]
By Hannah Clore on August 24, 2010
More memorable and life-changing than any class I’ve taken at Hanover have been the simple moments I have spent with my friends and sisters on campus. Even as I write this, I’m on a couch with many of my closest friends laughing at a television show. When I left for college, I anticipated my most [...]
By Hannah Clore on August 17, 2010
With only weeks left to go before I headed to college for the first time, my room was in shambles, my house was full of boxes and even my car showed the unmistakable signs of my upcoming migration. Everything was changing. Nothing felt the same. As such, I wrote a letter to many of my [...]