How Hanover has changed me

While I’m only a sophomore, and I really don’t feel like I’ve changed that much, I know that I have since the start of school two years ago. Like a lot of incoming college students, coming to Hanover I saw college as a new chance to start over a little bit, to reinvent myself. A…

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Fuego y Dulces

Who doesn’t love a good fire on a nice fall night? Even if you don’t, I do. Kaleidoscope, an organization on campus that promotes diversity and inclusion, recently held an event called Fuego y Dulces or fire and sweets. This event was put together to celebrate Hispanic Heritage month. When my friend and I walked…

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Benjamin Templeton interview weekend

Friday, Jan. 25 was a day filled with excitement and nerves, and not just for the high school seniors interviewing for the Benjamin Templeton Scholarship Program (BTSP). Hanover’s campus buzzed with admission staff, faculty and students preparing for the arrival of the interviewees. The Benjamin Templeton Scholarship is a highly competitive full-tuition scholarship that rewards…

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Review the Present…Adjust Your Future

One of the most important parts of senior year is making the decision whether or not to attend graduate school, which I have chosen to do. Deciding the next course to take has been a major sticking point since the beginning of the summer. Do I continue with my computer science major or switch up…

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International Banquet, International festival

Last Saturday, the International Club at Hanover College held the 36th International Banquet (I-Banquet), which is one of the biggest events on campus every year. All the foods were cooked by current international students and faculty, and performances representing different cultures were shown. As I had mentioned in my previous post, I had two performances…

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Thiossane

West African Dance. In addition to tonight’s comedic hypnotist, Frederick Winters, there will be Thiossane African Dancing right before at 7:00 p.m. Did you know that Africa is the most diverse continent? Bet you didn’t. Because of the rich diversity of the African peoples, it is believed that all of us at one point originated…

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To be a King…

Last night the campus was given the opportunity to reminisce on the times of the late Martin Luther King Jr. through his youngest daughter, Bernice King. Talking for a little more than 90 minutes, King reminded us of those principles that her father stood for and that we as an American people have forgotten. While…

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