A little homesick

This past school year I have found myself feeling a little more excited for breaks as they come up and even sometimes wishing to go home on random weekends. I’ve never really been homesick before but I suppose that is what I have been feeling lately. Coming back from Christmas break I was honestly a…

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Greek Life

At the beginning a new semester, most students are trying to get a handle on their new professors, classes and in my case, keeping procrastination under control. But, during these first two weeks, there has also been something else on just about everyone’s mind. Greek life. The first week back on campus had affiliated women…

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Declaring your major

At Hanover, you are required to declare your major by the second semester of your sophomore year. I am a kinesiology and integrative physiology (KIP) major while also participating in the Business Scholars program. The KIP program here has several attractive features that are not found in other undergraduate programs of its kind. These features…

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Helpful tips for second semester

Breaks tend to be thought of as a time for you to relax and enjoy yourself, maybe make a little extra cash and ultimately, to get revived for the coming semester. However, Christmas break always seems to just make me more tired and less motivated to for school than finals did. I’m not sure if…

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Internships and Business Scholars

I have been stressing out a little lately. Thinking about the future is a scary thing. This year, it’s getting too close to the real world for comfort. I like my little Hanover bubble, and the safety and security it provides. All my senior friends are working on theses and going to interviews, and I’m…

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Study abroad in Ecuador

I just finished the scheduling process to travel to Ecuador for my class in May! I’ve been dreaming about this trip since the fall of my freshmen year when my Spanish professor told our class that he taught one of the much talked about May Term study abroad classes. In high school, I had done…

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Exams and labs and papers, OH MY!!

So I know its been awhile, but my last week and a half has been filled with exams, lab reports and papers. It seems that the professors all work on a similar four- to five-week schedule when it comes to covering material and thinking that it is the appropriate time to test what their students…

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Hanover Sweet Hanover

Having moved in three weeks early for preseason as an athletic trainer, I’ve been completely settled in and ready for the year for a while. As the campus came alive during the last couple weeks with all the new and returning students moving in, I was once again struck by how blessed we are to…

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