Home for the Holidays

It feels weird being back home for the holidays. I lay down in the once shared room with my now married sister; sifting through the half full closet bare with the few clothes I left at home. The honest truth is that I have changed so much since my Freshman year. Being back home leaves…

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Setting and achieving goals

As a member of Hanover’s women’s basketball team, I am proud of our accomplishments this season. We were second in the conference coming into the HCAC tournament, and most thought our win against the Transylvania University Pioneers would be a long shot, since they were ranked 15th in the nation for Division III. Everyone thought…

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Ciao, Adios, Goodbye

I sit writing the final post of my Hanover College career on the plane taking me back to America. Spring Term was a blur. One minute we were jet-lagged in Stratford, now here we sit. Going back is extremely bittersweet for me, as tomorrow I graduate and will never again live at Hanover or study…

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There’s no ‘I’ in TEAM

I’ve always been taught, “There is no ‘I’ in TEAM.” This weekend was another confirmation of how teams must work together. My basketball team made a three-hour trip to camp around Lafayette called Tecumseh Leadership Center. The camp catered to team building, leadership skills, testing our mental skills, work ethic, communication and the physical aspect…

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Enough to Make Your Heart Race

That’s what the first letter from the Registrar’s Office about graduation is. Enough to make your heart race, make you panic, make you sweat. Following this is a series of “I can’t even believe it’s time to worry about _____. ” sentences and then eventually you get it together long enough to take care of…

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A Little Lesson in Time Management

Time is valuable. This is something that I have been told time and time again throughout my life, but is something that I did not truly understand until my freshman year at Hanover. Two years later, I find the things I learned about time management during my first semester at Hanover valuable as I spend…

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The First Hurdle

Hey there future Panthers! I am sure you feel butterflies in your stomachs as the day you get here draws closer and closer. Well, I just wanted to impart a few tips on keeping a level and sharp mind from the beginning of the semester to Christmas. In my opinion, your first semester is the…

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