A little homesick

This past school year I have found myself feeling a little more excited for breaks as they come up and even sometimes wishing to go home on random weekends. I’ve never really been homesick before but I suppose that is what I have been feeling lately. Coming back from Christmas break I was honestly a…

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Being a political science major

Ever since junior high school, I have wanted to be some type of attorney. The question that I struggled with was what type of attorney do I want to be? As a member of the mock trial team at my high school, our primary focus revolved around criminal and civil law. Then, when senior year…

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Internships and Business Scholars

I have been stressing out a little lately. Thinking about the future is a scary thing. This year, it’s getting too close to the real world for comfort. I like my little Hanover bubble, and the safety and security it provides. All my senior friends are working on theses and going to interviews, and I’m…

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Dead Week approaches

The name “Dead Week” is nowhere as innocent as it may sound. Dead Week is supposed to be a time where professors begin to wind down on their curriculum and begin preparations for the given classes’ final exam. Well, this may be true to an extent; the term “Dead Week” can spell utter hell for…

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Nostalgia and anniversaries

Two and a half years ago I set foot on Hanover’s campus as a student for the first time, and everyone told me it would be the best four years of my life. I couldn’t wait. I was done with high school and was leaving all that behind for something new and exciting, and I…

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Dealing with roommates

One of the biggest changes from home life to life at college is the idea of sharing a living space with another individual that is your age.Now, this post isn’t about me frightening you into what living with another person in college is like, but just some advice to help you prepare for what lies…

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Halfway home

Junior year seems to racing by with no indication of slowing down anytime soon. Our men’s golf team’s fall season is over after both concerning and impressive performances, and preparations for our spring season are under way. Fall Rush for the men and women have come and gone within a blink of an eye, and…

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The second week feels like two months

So it’s a week after classes began, and I pretty much feel like I’ve been on campus for two months already. With a mix of the classes I’m taking to the various campus events already happening, feeling overwhelmed is an understatement. Even a three-day long weekend wouldn’t have been enough for me to catch up…

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Preparing for year three

This year I will be a junior, and since I’m living on campus already for work, I won’t pass up an opportunity to get ready for the coming year. The room I’ll live in this year at Sigma Chi has been a family room for the last few years. In Greek life, there are families…

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