The Annual Griswold Family Christmas

Christmas break. So close, but yet so far. At Hanover, the weeks leading up to Christmas break are either heaven or hell. On one end of the spectrum, there is one version of dead week, which includes light homework, reading and other assignments, which leaves you plenty of time to study. On the other end…

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Creating Masterpieces

This past semester, Phi Mu has had a variety of sisterhood events. But the most recent one being, a mock tails and canvas party. At this event, sisters could follow an artist while she painted a simple but colorful dandelion and rainbow scene. The event took place at The Little Golden Fox in downtown Madison,…

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The Stages of Napping as Told by Boo

In college, there is one thing every student can agree upon that is a gift; napping. Students love naps. Myself, being a proud supporter and nap enthusiast, strongly advocate for naps to my fellow students. When we are younger, we dread naps as kids. They were a time when we missed out on what was…

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A Very Happy Halloween

Hanover College has many traditions, but a favorite among both students and staff is the president’s annual Halloween party. Faculty and their families, as well as student all dress to the nines for this event. The party always begins with desserts and other goodies at the president’s house. There are the usual costumes, such as ghosts…

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Being an athletic supporter

One of my favorite activities to do here at Hanover is to attend sporting events. However, my favorite sport to watch is volleyball. Right now, Hanover is 20-7 and 8-0 in the Heartland Conference. Volleyball is a sport that even if you have no knowledge of the rules of the game, you can still get…

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Finding My Home Away From Home

Before I even came to Hanover, I knew that I wanted to join a sorority. In high school, I had many friends, but not friends that I saw outside of school. I knew that I had always wanted a close knit group of friends, that I knew would love and support me, and be able…

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