Cheers!

Means “thank you,” which I had no idea until I heard it about 75 times during my first day in Stratford. This trip is amazing, though I must admit it was rough goings at first, running on no sleep and what have you for what felt like years and then crashing. So far, we have…

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Viking, vikings everywhere

Currently, I am taking an English course titled “Viking Myths and Legends,” and it is fantastic. I may be a little biased in saying that I think it’s a great course because one of my favorite professors teaches it and it’s a medieval (my fav!) related course. However, let me just continue raving for a…

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Cramming for comps

As it stands currently my comprehensive exams are in two weeks and two days. Uh… YIKES! How did this extremely important period of my life sneak up on me so suddenly? Just yesterday (or so it feels) the English department called in all the seniors to give us our reading lists for the exams and…

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Homecoming, homebound, homework and other h things

Homecoming (my first h-related subject)┬áis always a frantic weekend on the glorious campus of Hanover. Between voting for the court, attending the annual concert, tailgating, watching the game, making time for at least one of the other events (such as the play) and, of course, some homework, it can be too much to handle. Too…

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Shakespearian Opportunity

In case you hadn’t noticed – I really and truly love life at Hanover College and it seems to just continually get better. I am pretty sure I have written about the Spring Term courses that take Hanover students and professors to different countries to study for a few weeks. But this year is a…

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