Spring is here and so are LEAP days

It’s finally spring! At least, that’s what all my sources tell me. With temperatures still in the mid 30s and snow falling every few days, it’s hard to believe, but there are a few days where the sun shines, and I have a little hope for warmer weather. The cold aside, life must go on,…

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Some advice for campus visits

It’s been spring for a few weeks now. bit it’s finally starting to feel like it. The sun’s out, the wind has died down, and it actually feels warm for once. So, with my winter coat finally tucked away in the back of my closet, I set out for classes this morning. Almost as soon…

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A busy, yet eclectic, week

This week, like many others, has been crazy to say the least. With I-Week, scheduling and theater rehearsal, I had quite a bit on my plate. Let me break it down for you. I-Week at Sigma Chi is a time for the pledges to really grow together and bond with the current brothers. Spending as…

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Seeing the Beginning from the End.

While I helped out with a LEAP session this past Friday, I saw a group of around 25 incoming first-years register for their first fall term for both college and Hanover. As I watched, I realized that I have already registered for my LAST fall term here. Seeing the beginning from the end is most…

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ANSWERS

So, you’ve got questions? Well, in case you don’t know what’s coming … I’ve got answers. There a lots of things coming at you that I’m sure you’re wondering about, such as what classes should I take? What professor is the hardest? Is it easy to get involved? How do I choose a roommate?¬†And, while…

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