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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Tech Week for Love’s Labour’s Lost

This week is an infamous week to all theater kids here at Hanover College. It’s called Tech Week. You may have heard me talk about what this week means before, but I will go ahead and repeat myself since the experience is different with every show. Tech Week is a week-long event full of rehearsals….

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Tech Week for One Act Plays

I know I’ve probably said it once before, but I just really love being a part of the theater program here at Hanover College. Auditioning for a show is always very stressful, and the process of memorizing lines and having to deal with multiple changes in the show sometimes makes me wonder why I even…

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Cultural events at Hanover

For a few classes here at Hanover, attending cultural events is part of the requirements. However, I have discovered that while the term “cultural event” sounds like it could be boring, they are actually really exciting and interesting. Recently, I attended two of these events. The first one was highlights from “La Traviata,” an Italian…

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A weekend of the arts

This past weekend was an absolute blast. Between the Chautauqua Festival in Madison, Ind., and rehearsal for a theater performance, this weekend was filled with the arts and couldn’t have been better. This last Saturday and Sunday was the annual Chautauqua Festival. It’s a big event every year on the third weekend of September, and…

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Sculpting new ideas

If you think Hanover is the type of college where you have just one track, one goal and no diversity in academics, amigo, you better think again. If you think you will not be tempted to at least minor in another subject you are highly mistaken there, too. Throughout your four years on campus, there…

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Arts and crafts

This blog post will have significantly less to do with crafts than it will arts. In fact I’m pretty sure it won’t have anything to do with crafts at all, but it sounded like a better title than just art. One of the things I enjoy a lot at Hanover is the emphasis on more…

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II trip to Chicago on my birthday!!!

If you are familiar with Hanover’s website , you may have seen information about our Intensive Inquiry (II) Program, which allows students from various majors to study a topic they choose in an off-campus environment. Students get to pick the professor who goes along with them, and Hanover will cover most or even all of the cost…

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Takin’ it to the streets

A few weeks ago, we said goodbye to our graduating seniors. It was a wonderful, but sad day. After being with them for four years, it was hard to see them leave. But then I turned my attention to the new class coming in and now I am eager to see what these students will…

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