Fuego y Dulces

Who doesn’t love a good fire on a nice fall night? Even if you don’t, I do. Kaleidoscope, an organization on campus that promotes diversity and inclusion, recently held an event called Fuego y Dulces or fire and sweets. This event was put together to celebrate Hispanic Heritage month. When my friend and I walked…

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Pre-Nationals Meet At HC

It rained, and it rained and it didn’t stop raining. This weekend, Hanover hosted the Division III Pre-Nationals meet. The runners participating came from all over the country including California, Texas and Maine. Since I write about sports stories for the Office of Communications and Marketing, I got to research and write a host preview…

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How to brand yourself for the job market

You are not special. It’s a fact of life that none of us are. This is something that I think should be ingrained into our minds once we reach a suitable age to understand what is meant by that statement. This past Tuesday and Wednesday, my professor, Michael Edmondson, from Philadelphia was on campus sharing…

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Can’t stop until the violence stops

If you search back through my posts you will come across one titled, “Vagina Monologues 2013: Until the Violence Stops.” This production is something that I, along with the help my co-director Ariel Mishurda, put together in about six weeks. At the conclusion of the event we ended up raising a little more than $500…

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#SeniorStatus

I kind of love being a senior. There are a lot of perks that I don’t think I really noticed before as an underclassman, but now they are all coming to fruition. To make this a little easier I am just going to list a few of the things that I have really enjoyed about…

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I’m so lame

I’m so lame now. I am so burnt out from going out and partying and dancing. When I was an underclassman, I didn’t understand why the seniors were always so lame. Now I do, and this is my official apology to all of those people I gave hard time about it. It’s fun to hang…

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Go Greek!

Go Greek! If you would have approached me three years ago talking about Greek Life, I probably would have dismissed the conversation once it was over and be on my way. Now I realize how wrong I was about being affiliated, and I even took on the role as Gamma Chi director or director of…

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It’s the Little Moments

Its 6:58 a.m., I’m cold, and for some reason I am awake swinging on the bench by the Long Admin building. I had only suffered through about three days of classes when I visited the already packed library, attended about eight meetings and had one momentary freak out. It happens to all of us Hanover…

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