Winter Series 2013

The English department’s 2013 Winter Colloquium Series has come to an end. We heard the fictional tales of Merlin, my very own research based findings on the women in “Sir Gawain and the Green Knight” and a great collection of poems and songs. From attending all three of the lectures (or giving one) I have…

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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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Independent Study = complete

The week of the semester that I thought would be the end of me is finally here. Dead Week had arrived on Hanover’s campus and is almost complete. However, the week has not been nearly as bad as I expected. Once I completed and turned in my Independent Study paper that I spent the semester…

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Never A Dull Moment

Long time no see, folks! From finishing my I.S. to starting my job search, it has been a busy time. To catch you up, I thought I’d give you a visual guide of the past few months! As you can see, we’ve had a lot going on here at Hanover. To those who might think,…

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My Break in Pictures… Instead of 1000 Words

As I’ve spent the majority of my Thanksgiving “break” at home typing furiously away at my Independent Study, I thought I’d give you a synopsis of my break in pictures! (Saves me the trouble of MORE typing… and they say they’re each worth 1000 words!) And now it’s back to Hanover… Hope everyone had a relaxing…

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Studying Independently… On Your Independent Study!

Every year, Hanover seniors spend the majority of either their Fall or Winter terms producing an original piece of research called an independent study. If you’ve ever heard of a senior thesis or a graduate school dissertation, this is a very similar project. Essentially, you’re combining all four years of education into one culminating project…

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