Getting out of town in college

I love the fact that I go to a small school. There are many reasons why I did not choose a big school; one of them is because I wanted my classmates and my professors to know me. If you want to know my other reasons, check out this earlier post about it. However, it…

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Hiking at Hanover

One of Hanover’s main selling point is all of its AWESOME hiking trails. I am not a outdoor person; I am definitely more of a city girl. However, I cannot get enough of our hiking trails. At the end of August Experience, your Peer Advisor takes you down the bottom of Hanover Beach, and you…

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Declaring your major

At Hanover, you are required to declare your major by the second semester of your sophomore year. I am a kinesiology and integrative physiology (KIP) major while also participating in the Business Scholars program. The KIP program here has several attractive features that are not found in other undergraduate programs of its kind. These features…

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Nostalgia and anniversaries

Two and a half years ago I set foot on Hanover’s campus as a student for the first time, and everyone told me it would be the best four years of my life. I couldn’t wait. I was done with high school and was leaving all that behind for something new and exciting, and I…

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Study Break

I learned an INCREDIBLY AWESOME thing while here in Australia, and it’s that they have a break called Study Week. It’s different from Hanover, where we have Dead Week followed by finals (hopefully spaced out nicely_, and then it is time for us to go home and relax for a while. However, in Aussie after…

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Proud to Be

Hi, there! My name is Cara Hoskins, a freshman here at Hanover College. This week ends my third official week as a college student. That means that, including the August Experience, I have been living in my own dorm room, doing my own laundry (if the thought of this absolutely terrifies you, click the hyperlink),…

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Spring is here and so are LEAP days

It’s finally spring! At least, that’s what all my sources tell me. With temperatures still in the mid 30s and snow falling every few days, it’s hard to believe, but there are a few days where the sun shines, and I have a little hope for warmer weather. The cold aside, life must go on,…

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