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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Social networking pays off

Anyone who knows me will tell you that I love a challenge. It all started at a very young age for me. My sister and I were always in a competition — racing to the car to ride shotgun, reading the most accelerated reader books, hitting the most free throws, and the list continues on…

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Campus Philly

Philadelphia is great! It kind of smells but otherwise, this has been an amazing semester. Just this weekend the wonderful city of brotherly love hosted an event called Campus Philly. There was live music and a TON of vendors from Verizon to Student Universe, which is really cool because it is designed specifically to give…

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It’s a Jungle Out There

Or rather, in here. The most recent Omnibus trip took me on an adventure unlike any I have ever been on before. As a self proclaimed “foodie” I jumped at the chance to visit Jungle Jim’s, a huge international market in Cincinnati. Its website labels it a foodie’s market and that is not an exaggeration….

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Story Time with Garrison Keillor

Tuesday evening was a very special night at Hanover College. Garrison Keillor found himself on campus for a wonderful evening of storytelling. As a capstone speaker, and a very highly regarded one at that, Keillor packed the Horner Center. He spent the evening telling hilarious tales of Lake Wobegon to a sold out crowd. Students…

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An Adventure a Day…

It may be only Monday, but I have already made it a point this week to start trying new things at Hanover College, and really take advantage of the opportunities that I usually pass by. Hanover is really excellent when it comes to giving its students a chance to be exposed to things that they…

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