A final hoorah

Dead week and finals week were a blur. I vaguely remember staying up late writing papers and reading through vocabulary terms, but for the most part, I was in some sort of trance that allowed me to fight through my senioritis. I think what helped me get through the week were taking scheduled fun breaks…

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Record-breaking breakfast

Dead Week is over, now it’s time for finals. Sunday night was my last CAB event of my Hanover career. Campus Activity Board service runs from winter term of one semester to fall term of another, meaning that second semester seniors are never a part of CAB. The annual Late Night Breakfast marked the last…

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Pre-Dead Week

Dead Week is a common topic for students this time of year, and with only a few days left until that fateful week dawns, the stress is setting in for a lot of people. Dead Week, which is the week before finals week, is usually mistaken by freshmen to be a week where nothing happens….

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Bittersweet finals week

Finals week is a bittersweet experience. You love it because it’s the end of the semester,  you get to hopefully get off campus for a bit, and you are another step closer to that graduation day. On the other end, you hate it. You hate having to cram a semester’s worth of information into your…

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Tips for Surviving Dead Week

Oh, Thanksgiving break — the tryptophan tease — how I will miss you. College students love turkey break because they get to spend time with loved ones and escape the stresses of school, at least for five days. I think the true purpose of Thanksgiving break is for students to load up on grub to…

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Dead Week

Hello readers. It’s that time of year again (and I’m not talking about Christmas). Finals week is approaching, which means students are studying, losing sleep and stressing over the final weeks of school. At Hanover, there is a week we call Dead Week. Our beautiful campus usually bustles with students, but during this week, you…

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25 Days of Christmas!

Today is the first day of December. Today is the day we can eat the first piece of chocolate in our advent calendar, begin watching movies on ABCFamily and if you live in my suite, it’s the first day you rip into presents! Last year, my suitemates and I had a Christmas among ourselves, and…

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