Cross country nationals

This past weekend, Hanover hosted the NCAA Division III Cross Country National Championship for 2013. The coaches, athletes and volunteers had worked very hard all week before Saturday to make sure everything was just right. Coaches Payne and Power asked a lot of the athletes to get packets together, help tape the course, etc. Boy,…

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Getting sleep can help your study efforts

Another week, some more stress. What else is new at good ol’ Hanover College? Hello again, my friends. Entering week four of my senior year, and things have somewhat slowed down stress-wise, but, of course, I still have many things to do and get done. This week has been nothing but meetings, working and studying…

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Entering the professional world

It is really weird to have once walked around in the halls of Kosair Children’s Hospital in a patient gown, then a volunteer t-shirt and now a suit and tie. I see several familiar faces and they comment on how professional I look and, in a way, that’s all well and good, but I miss…

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Viking, vikings everywhere

Currently, I am taking an English course titled “Viking Myths and Legends,” and it is fantastic. I may be a little biased in saying that I think it’s a great course because one of my favorite professors teaches it and it’s a medieval (my fav!) related course. However, let me just continue raving for a…

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Finally!

My Independent Study has been done for months now. I completed my final draft and turned it in the beginning of December, but today it came back into my life.The English Department, being the kind souls they are, don’t require those of us that write an IS to give a presentation. But they do invite…

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Just a few study tips

As all the first-year students here have probably realized by now, in the five months since we’ve been students at Hanover College, it is a HUGE change from high school. Moving away from home, being away from family, meeting new people, learning how to live with new friends and making new friends can be a…

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The trudging road to Fall Break

Hello readers. I apologize for not posting a blog last week. Hanover is a great place, but sometimes the workload gets a bit overwhelming. There are multiple opportunities and activities that allow students to get involved and meet new people. This includes on-campus jobs, clubs, sports, intramurals, Greek life, and many, many more. Sounds awesome,…

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The Ultimate Club

I constantly see them. On The Quad, behind the Horner Center, taking up a large table in the Campus Center during dinner. The Ultimate Frisbee team has quite a presence here, and I believe it to be a good one. Those who are on the team seem to really get along well with and know…

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