Event Staff is a great job

As an athlete at Hanover College, I enjoy watching other sports and Hanover athletes in action. One sport that I had never watched before I came to Hanover is lacrosse. Because of my job as an event staff member, I’ve had the opportunity to see some lacrosse games. I like my job, and an added…

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Hiking the trails at Hanover

Need something to do on these long, sunny days? Hanover College has just what you need. Go for a run, play sand volleyball, play basketball outside, ride your bike or just fasten a hammock to a tree outside and catch up on some reading. While I have done almost all of these things, I also…

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Taking study breaks

Between classes, sports and work, sometimes you just have to take a break for yourself and relax. For my R & R (rest and relaxation) time, I normally watch Netflix on my laptop. It’s simple to pull up when I need a break from writing a paper or what not. It’s easy to access when…

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A Saturday afternoon at Hanover College

After taking a run on campus this past weekend in the 60-degree weather, I thought this would be an appropriate thing to share with my fellow and future Hanoverians. The people I saw and the activities going on were just a couple of examples of how friendly and how much fun you can have at…

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Setting and achieving goals

As a member of Hanover’s women’s basketball team, I am proud of our accomplishments this season. We were second in the conference coming into the HCAC tournament, and most thought our win against the Transylvania University Pioneers would be a long shot, since they were ranked 15th in the nation for Division III. Everyone thought…

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Hanover Honors Hill

Hanover College women’s basketball had quite a crowd Jan. 28 when we took on Mount St. Joseph University Lions. Called “Hanover Honors Hill,” the team dedicated the game to Lauren Hill, a freshman at Mount St. Joe diagnosed with DIPG, a very rare form of brain cancer, just months after committing to play women’s basketball…

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Using your Resources — HC’s Learning Center

After three years at Hanover College, I have realized the importance of the Learning Center (otherwise known as Hanover’s Gladish Center for Teaching and Learning). What is the Learning Center? For those of you considering Hanover College as an option or for first-year students reading this, it’s a good idea to take advantage of the…

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How Hanover changed me

My time at Hanover College has provided many great experiences. Some have been good, and some not; but overall, they made me grow as a person. As a high school student, I rarely stressed about my classes. Of course, there were always two or three that were not the easiest, but I did not study…

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Think outside the box

For one of my Hanover College elementary education classes, I did an author study. This means I researched a children’s author, presented the information to my class, told them about the author and discussed the types of books he/she has written. For my author study, I chose Barbara Park (a.k.a. one of my all-time favorite authors). I absolutely…

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