How Hanover changed me

My time at Hanover College has provided many great experiences. Some have been good, and some not; but overall, they made me grow as a person. As a high school student, I rarely stressed about my classes. Of course, there were always two or three that were not the easiest, but I did not study…

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Graduation is … good?

In less than four months, I will be a Hanover graduate. It seems as if I should be happy about this; you know, being on my own, making that MONEY, all that good stuff. But as much as I look forward to graduating, I fear it. These next three-ish months mean that it will probably…

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Poetic Stress

It’s once again that time of year: midterms. Where there are papers due, books to read, textbooks to study and tests to take. This midterm is easily the most stressful by far for me. I have a paper due Monday, a paper due Tuesday, a paper due Thursday, an oral exam for Spanish due Friday…

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No shave November

Hey guys. Before I start, I just wanted to say sorry for not posting last week to all of you (Mom and Dad) who read my blogs on a regular basis. I was just more overwhelmed with things to do than I normally am. An exam, presentation and annotated bibliography all due in one week…

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Forecastle. Was. Awesome.

Forecastle 2013, held on the Great Lawn in Waterfront Park, was this past weekend. As a second annual festival attendee, I can say proudly it is getting bigger and better every year. Last year had very strong Dubstep and electronic shows, with other headliners like My Morning Jacket pleasing the more relaxed music festival goers….

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Health Services

Matt Loria regularly posts about the greatness of the staff at Hanover, and he does it rightfully so. In the past two weeks, I haven’t felt very well. I have developed a very strong cough that refuses to go away no matter how much Vitamin C or Nyquil I take. My violent coughing has kept…

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Feels good to be back!

Everyone loves being welcomed back with tons of greetings and hugs from all your friends after break. However, this time coming back was a little different because I hadn’t seen any of my friends for longer than two days since about last May. Returning to campus and moving back into the KAT Castle (my sorority…

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College tip: invest in Netflix

Hello future students, former students and everyone else. Today, I want to tell you about one of the greatest inventions known to man: Netflix. Netflix is a website that contains TV shows, movies, documentaries and all sorts of other videos streamed right to your computer so you can watch them at any time.  More and…

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Greek life isn’t necessarily what you think

Greek life isn’t for everyone. Some people want to be a part of a fraternity or sorority and others don’t. I assumed Greek life wasn’t for me and was completely against it my freshman year. I thought it meant associating yourself with only one group of friends, wild parties and being a tad bit stuck…

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