Camping in February

I got to travel with the Geology Club to the Tallahassee, Fla., area this winter break, and even though the first three nights were a little too damp to be desired, camping with two pretty cool professors and 14 other awesome people was surely a lot of fun. Camping out in tents when a decent…

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Lambda’s White Rose Formal

So I know midterms have been on the radar as far as student life on campus and the blogging circuit at Hanover goes, so I just thought I would share the crazy fun I had last weekend at Lambda’s White Rose formal. Just to change up the mood a little, as everyone finish midterms today,…

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Sculpting new ideas

If you think Hanover is the type of college where you have just one track, one goal and no diversity in academics, amigo, you better think again. If you think you will not be tempted to at least minor in another subject you are highly mistaken there, too. Throughout your four years on campus, there…

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New Members, new faces, new bonds

This past week has not just been eventful and exciting, but one of the most tiring and stressful weeks of my life at Hanover. Finals week may be number one on the stressful week chart, but Greek rush week is probably the most experience-filled days of any affiliated and potential new member’s college life. You’re…

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New semester, new resolutions

Christmas break flew by so quickly, even before I could say the word holiday it was done. One of the perks of being an international student is either going back home to a your own country and dismissing the snow and other cold shenanigans that come with a Midwestern winter, or just exploring the rest…

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