Going nowhere for break

It wasn’t bad — going nowhere, that is. For break this winter I had to stay on campus to begin workshops for the traveling theatre I am in this summer. One of the things the Rivers Institute at Hanover specializes in is cultural education in matters regarding the local area. This summer, Rivers is funding…

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Networking starts with you

Here at Hanover you hear the word network dropped in conversation, email and in announcements all the time. After having so many great experiences and living in Hilton Head, Philadelphia and the lovely city of Hanover, I understand how important networking is. For me, I see a network as a spider web that connects you…

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D.C. Experience Finale

I finally finished my internship experience in Washington, D.C. and came back to Hanover. It has been bittersweet, as I miss all the friends I made in D.C., but I am ready to come back to Hanover for more studies. I have left out a lot of my D.C. stories as I had been really…

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International Festival & MLK Dedication

I always feel like the speed of my blog posts can never keep up with what is going on with me in D.C. Oh well, there are just so many things to explore here. I haven’t really mentioned my work for a while, but that’s not because I haven’t been working hard. These days, I…

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A Letter Goodbye

Dear Philadelphia, As our time together is about to end, I want you to know that I will miss you deeply. Over the past three months you have provided me with adventure, opportunities and new experiences. I cannot even begin to express my appreciation and gratitude that I have as I have fallen in love with you….

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Recap: FREEDOM at the Freedom Center

Since I never really did debrief you all about how AMAZING my internship was this summer, I figured now was better late than never. To recap, I received an incredibly generous grant from the Rivers Institute at Hanover to fund my adventures in Cincinnati-land by studying the connection between the Underground Railroad and the Ohio River. I…

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And the internship search begins…

There are many reasons I chose to spend a semester at The Philadelphia Center (TPC). It’s unique in that it offers students the opportunity to gain hands on experience through an internship in the city — that’s what originally attracted me to the program. Let me share with you the process I experienced this past…

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