Spring Term philanthropy

Looking back over the last month, it’s easy to see a consistent theme, especially among the Greek houses on campus. The theme is, surprisingly, not partying or lounging after class, but rather giving back to the community. In Greek life, philanthropy is a major goal for most houses and having been Sigma Chi’s current philanthropy…

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How Hanover has changed me

While I’m only a sophomore, and I really don’t feel like I’ve changed that much, I know that I have since the start of school two years ago. Like a lot of incoming college students, coming to Hanover I saw college as a new chance to start over a little bit, to reinvent myself. A…

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Sigma Chi Family Day

This weekend was not only a big time for families all across America, but also for the families of Hanover’s Sigma Chi chapter as we celebrated both our first annual Sigma Chi Family Day in conjunction with Mother’s Day. With Jon Andrews, our trusty alumni relations guru at the helm, we put on a great event…

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Spring is here and so are LEAP days

It’s finally spring! At least, that’s what all my sources tell me. With temperatures still in the mid 30s and snow falling every few days, it’s hard to believe, but there are a few days where the sun shines, and I have a little hope for warmer weather. The cold aside, life must go on,…

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“Harvest” by Manjula Padmanabhan

If you could sell your organs, would you? What if you were alive? This is the premise of this upcoming weekend’s production of “Harvest” by Delhi-based playwright Manjula Padmanabhan. Her award-winning play is a healthy mix of the film “Repo Men” and George Orwell’s classic novel “1984.” Set in a near-future dystopian slum, ravaged by…

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Major declaration

For sophomores, second semester at Hanover can either be really stressful or a breeze for one reason in particular. Before Winter Break of their sophomore year, students must decide which subject they want to major in. With more than 30 programs and the possibility to design your own major, there are plenty of options for…

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Greek Rush is here again!

For a small liberal arts college, Greek Life is a very prominent way of life at Hanover. With five fraternities and four sororities, Hanover may not have the largest Greek community but we definitely have a tight-knit one. Before the incoming first-years arrived, Hanover’s Greek community was just over 50 percent of students. That being…

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