Why Hanover?

As a Junior at Hanover, I have had a lot of time to think about the decision process I went through when choosing where to go to school. As a senior in high school I only applied to two schools: Hanover and a state university.  Obviously, these schools would be very, very different in many…

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Finals

I, unfortunately, have less than 14 days left here in Australia, and it is heartbreaking. It also is such a drag that the last 12 days I am here, I have to study and take my finals. I have always had a normal amount of stress when it comes to finals but I have never over…

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Richter Grants Send Students Around the World

Big news hit Hanover today as three students received Richter Grants to pursue self-designed study abroad opportunities. J. Edward Richter started the grants back in 1981 to “encourage individual achievement and emphasize the necessity for the student’s use of his/her own capacity to achieve, based upon his/her own efforts and a sense of responsibility for…

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India – A Final Review

As I write my final post from the recruitment tour, I sit in Newark’s International Airport with a belly full of Dunkin’ Donuts and hot coffee. Even though I had to endure 15 hours of Air India travel (I’ll pass on the food, please), it’s great to be back on American soil. Now I just…

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Cricket, anyone?

Over the last few days I’ve traveled to Bangalore, New Delhi, Kolkata and Ahmedabad, India. We have finally reached Mumbai and the end of the tour is in sight. It has been grueling  and a number of members have fallen ill (myself included) from such a demanding schedule. Most participants are working on four to…

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Sensory overload

How can I explain India? Two words: sensory overload. Sight – check Sound – check Smell – check Taste – check Feel – not yet, but the odds are good. Our trip started in Sri Lanka, then we traveld to Chennai and Hyderabad and now we’re moving on to Bangalore. I am very excited for…

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In a daze

The last couple of days have been just that – a daze. Saturday, I departed greater Cincinnati airport on a one-hour flight to O’Hare and a two-hour layover. I then spent 14 hours on a flight to Delhi, India, with a four-hour layover before my four-hour flight to Colombo, Sri Lanka, followed by an hour-long…

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Take a look around…

Lately I have become flickr obsessed. As an artist, I love to share my work and my respect for the work of others. I am really excited to see the results of our latest flickr photo contest that will wrap up May 1. Hanover’s Best Shot Photo Contest is set up to share images of…

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