The Life of a Collegiate Athlete

Coming into Hanover, I thought I would be able to balance academics and athletics pretty easily. A week into school I quickly found out that I was wrong. Being on the tennis team and taking 4.5 units has been very tough. I cannot afford to abandon my carefully thought out schedule. 7:10 am Wake up…

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An unexpected gift

Ok, Ok, let me tell you the story about the pants in the picture. This Wednesday afternoon, I went back to my room and found this pair of jeans on my bed. Since I’ve never seen this pair of jeans before, so I just assumed they belonged to my roommate. However, when I went back to my…

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Hanover’s Halloween party

Halloween has to be one of my favorite American festivals. I still remember my first Halloween while I was in San Antonio, Texas. I got so crazy about all the Halloween decorations, costumes and trick-or-treat (Even though I don’t like candy, I like to compete with kids on who gets the most. I can get pretty wild…

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Night Frisbee and the formula for success

This Spring Term has been kind of rough. I’ve been really busy with my class, working, and trying to make it to Ultimate Frisbee/intramural soccer/wiffleball/everything. To top it all off, I’ve been having some allergy issues. But enough sadness, this post is supposed to be about something that can only be described as pure awesome….

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Field trips make academics fun

So, I know I’ve been off the blogging scene for awhile, but hey I’m back! (To those of you who missed me). You’ve probably heard ample stories of how May Term is so much fun, with all the intramural sports (IMs), wiffleball, Derby Days and all that bliss that has to go with extra-curriculars. I…

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Exploring Majors

It’s not often that once you declare your major you get to branch outside of your field, or really even know what is going on in another department. As an English major, I pretty much just camp out in Classic Hall, especially since it also houses my minors, and am oblivious to anything else academic…

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My spring term class – save the environment

Just as many other bloggers have mentioned, Hanover is now in spring term. During the month of May, students are required to take only one class, which gives them more time to concentrate on certain fields and have more fun. Professors also like to take students off campus to explore the applications of textbook concepts….

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Thankful for HC

Well, if I couldn’t tell already, I definitely am able to realize that I am in the real world as my friends at Hanover are able to enjoy a few days off from school for Thanksgiving break, while I am in Philadelphia, Pa., working at my internship. Even though I am spending this Thanksgiving holiday…

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