Hanover College Student Broadcasting Association

Here at Hanover, I love that we have the opportunity to be involved. I know that college campuses everywhere encourage this, but here, I have opportunities to be involved in so many things at once. It definitely requires some good time management skills, but the outcome is very beneficial. I might be bragging a little…

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The generic, yet inevitable, rejection email

Rejection. It happens to everyone. Some people are rejected by their crush, sometimes you reject a phone call from your parents, sometimes you are rejected by an organization for that internship you really wanted. Regardless, rejection sucks no matter what! These past three years I have been blessed with so many different experiences to work…

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Hard work pays off

Hello, readers: It’s been awhile due to Christmas break, but I sure am glad to be back. My second semester is already off to a rolling start and we even had a snow/ice day on Monday. As I’m sure you are all aware, we had the polar vortex grace us with its presence recently, and…

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The last of the dead weeks

The last last week of the semester has arrived for myself and all my fellow seniors ,that is. We will never again participate in the hectic rushing about known as Dead Week. But that doesn’t mean this one is our easiest one. We all have various projects that need our attention, job interviews to attend,…

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My final decision

Hanover, Franklin, Anderson, USI, ISU, IUS – decisions, decisions. About a year ago, this was my dilemma. Where did I want to spend the next four years of my life? I had been to each college, toured the campuses, and met with various coaches and teammates. Hanover was the last college I toured, and I…

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Career connections

Hanover College has many perks: great, compassionate professors, nice dorm rooms (I have seen a lot smaller and worse), friendly students, a warm atmosphere and the Career Center. You might think that the Career Center is a place where overly eager juniors and stressed out seniors spend their time. Well, you are right, but freshmen…

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Preparing for the Future

Barely a week from now, I will get up early, drive to Louisville, Ky., arrive at my testing site (hopefully NOT get lost) and take the test that will help determine what graduate school I will get into. And ultimately? It pretty much decides my future, no pressure or anything! So, what does one do…

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Commence! Convocation!

Well, it’s official. I am back on campus, and this time, I’m at the top. That’s right, I am officially a senior. This didn’t fully register with me until Thursday’s Fall Convocation. Even though before this event I met with my classmates in the basement of the Faculty Office Building to pick up and try…

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100 Days…

After much difficulty and deliberation I decided to calculate the number of days I have left before I walk across the stage at graduation. Last Thursday, I realized that I have a 100 days left a Hanover! I met this with mixed feeling of excitement and a little bit of sadness. As I sit back…

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