Campus Golf

Campus golf is not your usual nine or eighteen hole outing on the links with your buddies. This modern and more fun version of golf is not for the average person. This spin-off of golf requires skill, creativity, and athleticism. Campus golf is very similar to regular golf course golf format wise and rule wise….

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Event Staff is a great job

As an athlete at Hanover College, I enjoy watching other sports and Hanover athletes in action. One sport that I had never watched before I came to Hanover is lacrosse. Because of my job as an event staff member, I’ve had the opportunity to see some lacrosse games. I like my job, and an added…

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Zombie Week

My friends/readers, I am sorry, but this is not going to be a very long rant about my life today. Actually, this post will consist of a lot of complaining, and just know that while I was writing this I was most likely crying. It is that time of the year: finals. I don’t really…

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Don’t stress

My first week of my sophomore year was a stressful one. Luckily, it wasn’t as stressful as my previous college year. I’ve learned some techniques to overcome stress and how to manage my time better. As a freshman, I was scared during my first couple of weeks. When I got my first class syllabus, I…

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Pin your interests

I have always wished I was a little bit more artsy. Ever since I drew my first stick figure drawing, it all went downhill from there. But these past few weeks I’ve been channeling my inner artist, becoming craftier with each pin. What do I mean by each pin? Well, this little thing call Pinterest…

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When Coloring Gets Serious

Only at Hanover can coloring get serious. In my Grace and Sin class, we had the opportunity to illustrate the text and draw pictures to share our understanding. Dr. Hughes started class by going over our tasks  and a little housekeeping information, then she whipped out the crayons and colored pencils. I was a happy…

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Hanover Ultimate 101

One thing a lot of potential Hanover students worry about is social life, and how many activities such a small school could possibly have. One major option is to go Greek, but you can’t do that until your second semester as a freshman. I’m sure by this point you’ve read something about going Greek (if…

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Who loves wee little children!?

Who doesn’t love a cute little child? No one, is what I think the answer should be. For three summers, I worked at a day camp back home, and every time I left my campers each summer my little heart was all torn up. When I first came to Hanover, I wanted an opportunity to…

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Catching and Making The Dream

Even though I’m only a junior, I am definitely working hard to make my senior year go as smooth as possible. So that means scheduling meetings with professors to discuss independent study (IS) ideas, going on Grad School tours and studying for the GRE. I’m dreaming pretty big, I want to be a professor of…

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The Coming and the Going

As someone who goes home several times a semester, I thought I should give some advice on making the dreaded trip home from Hanover. While many students live only an hour or less from campus, there are those of us who live three, four or ten hours from here. I live three and a half…

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