Blacklight Party dubsteps to success

Thumping tunes, crazy and colorful lights, Hanover College students and a newly remodeled activities center? What could this be? Ah, of course: a Blacklight Party to start off the first weekend of the new school year. To be honest, I was skeptical about how many students would attend the Blacklight Party, but apparently, Kaleidoscope knows…

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To Infinity and Beyond

The school year is ending, people. I am going to be an upperclassman next year, which is strange to think about. This year’s seniors are moving on to bigger and better things, and I like to think I am, too. I already have big plans for this summer. I applied awhile back for a handful…

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Night Frisbee and the formula for success

This Spring Term has been kind of rough. I’ve been really busy with my class, working, and trying to make it to Ultimate Frisbee/intramural soccer/wiffleball/everything. To top it all off, I’ve been having some allergy issues. But enough sadness, this post is supposed to be about something that can only be described as pure awesome….

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A recipe for survival

As I’m sure you’ve read, this week is Dead Week. One thing I try to do in my posts is to approach the same subject from a different angle. During last semester’s Dead Week, I talked about how to turn Dead Week into “Fun Week”. However, for this semester’s Dead Week post I want to…

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What to bring to college

Alright, so recently I have started getting Facebook messages from parents and high school students alike, asking me for a checklist of things to bring to college. This tells me two things: first, is that seniors are starting to pick to their schools, so congrats on that. And second, is that people like checklists. I…

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Hanover College alumni are not too cool for school

Since Christmas Break, my job as the Special Events Coordinator Aide in the Career Center has pretty much revolved around a single event, the Student Alumni Networking Day (better known as SAND). SAND finally happened this past Saturday and yes, the event was a success, but I think the actual measure of success the event…

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Apparently college doesn’t last forever

I have a very distinct memory of my 8th grade field trip to the high school. I remember one of the high school counselors telling us soon-to-be freshmen, “high school is going to go by extremely quickly, so make the most of it.” And I remember thinking, “yeah, okay, four years pass by real quick,…

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