Green Week!

We had our annual Green Week here at Hanover for about two weeks! There were different events all about making Hanover a greener place, such as talks, movies, demonstrations and a green workday! This is brought to Hanover by the Rivers Institute and some of Hanover’s science related clubs. One of these days was Hanover’s…

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Completed my will and now I’m deaf

Went to a concert in Louisville, Ky., last night and I still can’t hear, but I’ll start off by telling you about what happened earlier this week. So last post, I was bragging about track, and I payed for that. I had a meet this Friday. Only four girls and I went. Each of the girls that…

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Kaleidoscope Presents Kara Walker

It’s official, Kaleidoscope has finished the events for Black History Month. The last one was a presentation about Kara Walker, by one of the art professors, Leticia Bajuyo. We did not realize that Kara Walker was still alive, until another art professor told us. So the plan next year is to have Kara Walker as…

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My Prodigious Weekend

So this past weekend was crazy. I had stuff planned non-stop from beginning to end. Friday was fairly chill, but Saturday and Sunday contained enough awesomeness to cover. Friday I got done with class at my usual 1:00 p.m. and, being the huge nerd I am, decided to play in a Magic the Gathering (card…

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Martin Luther King Jr. Week

While we head in to Black History Month, we have just passed the holiday of Martin Luther King Jr. day. In Kaleidoscope, we not only celebrated his birthday, we celebrated his life, legacy and what he stood for. King was an important civil rights leader; if it was not for him, I would not be…

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Adding to the Greek community

Once a year in every winter term here at Hanover College there is one night that amplifies the true social aspect of college. This night is so sacred that it takes days of preparation in-order to handle its awe-aspiring power. That night, ladies and gentlemen, is Run Night. Run night is where all males who have received a bid to join a fraternity…

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Not so average dead week

So this last week has been awesome. Which is surprising because it was dead week. This week I am making a decision to switch it up and not simply write a blog. Instead, watch this – > http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cm2qx5cdIgw Here is the link for Sigma Christ; the Sigma Chi live nativity scene – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fxBlGUWrn7E

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Patriotic Zombies in 1985

The last week has been quite crazy; it is the last week before … Dead Week *scary music*! Luckily, the campus was bumping Friday and Saturday nights. On Friday, Sigma Chi hosted their second social event, it was a patriotic theme named “Sig and Stripes.” It was an awesome party that Uncle Sam would have…

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It's Time to Go Zombie Hunting.

With Finals week quickly approaching there are many things that you can do to alleviate the stress that comes along with it. One way is to take part in the huge campus-wide game of tag known as Humans vs Zombies. The game (which was sponsored by the EOS group for a trip to Belize) is…

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