Surviving an all-day homework binge

It’s currently about to start week three here at Hanover, and everyone is really getting into the swing of classes. Since there was sorority rush the first week back, and this past weekend, the boys rushed, I may have neglected some of my homework… I looked ahead in my Lilly planner and saw that during…

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Surviving a 22-hour flight

Coming home from Australia was such a hassle. First, we had to figure out a way from Wollongong to Sydney, which is an hour away with more than 100 lbs. of luggage. I didn’t want to pay for a taxi because that would be more than $400! Luckily, I had an amazing, kind friend help…

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Things I took for granted

We hear it all the time how we take this and that for granted. More times than not, I just kinda let this go in one ear and out the other. That was until I arrived in Australia. There are SO many things that you just do not notice how amazing they are. It was…

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Put down the phone

Being away from Hanover helped me realize how much we live our lives through our phones. Back at Phi Mu when we eat meals, generally, we try to talk about our days, things that matter and things that are completely pointless. In Wollongong, we don’t socialize as much during meals. We were also pretty obsessed…

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Obsessed with food

Something I consider very important about me is that I am OBSESSED with food, but isn’t everyone? I love all types of food. Actually, that’s a lie. I am very picky about what I eat, but when I like something I eat so much of it. Some of my favorite foods are pizza, cheeseburgers, fries,…

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Taste of the world

Let’s talk about food. I think everyone understands that when you are away from home, the feeling of not being able to eat the food from your hometown will drive you crazy. Due to the fact of coming from a place famous for spicy food, I could not get used to the plain taste of…

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Red, white and blue

This Fourth of July was a very rainy one for Northern Kentucky. Most of the day it was dark and rainy, but my family and I didn’t let that get in our way! I work at a frozen yogurt shop called “Kocanut Joe’s.” I was lucky enough to be part of the Ft. Mitchell parade,…

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Appetite of an Athlete

We all know that people love to eat. I mean come on, you can’t resist a pizza right out of the oven with cheese and bacon on it, it’s basically calling your name. I know when I see food I pounce on it. As an athlete we require more food to replace the calories we…

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Thunder Over Louisville

For three years I have lived less than an hour from Louisville, Ky., and have never been introduced to the list of events that lead up to the Kentucky Derby. I will share what I have learned this year so that all of you who will find yourselves at Hanover in the upcoming years can…

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