How to Choose Classes: The Helpful Advisor

Coming to college, the idea of picking your own major/classes/career path can be VERY scary.  Having to make these decisions for yourself can cause some people to freak out…but have no fear.  Your academic advisor will be right there to help you through it all. Because Hanover is such a small school, we are able…

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Declaring your major

At Hanover, you are required to declare your major by the second semester of your sophomore year. I am a kinesiology and integrative physiology (KIP) major while also participating in the Business Scholars program. The KIP program here has several attractive features that are not found in other undergraduate programs of its kind. These features…

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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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Small schools versus big schools

I went to Mooresville High School, and it had about 1400 enrolled students. Hanover is a small college; it has about 1150 students enrolled. Its size is one of the things that I love about it. Hanover is big enough that you don’t know everyone on campus very well, but small enough that you generally…

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Major declaration

For sophomores, second semester at Hanover can either be really stressful or a breeze for one reason in particular. Before Winter Break of their sophomore year, students must decide which subject they want to major in. With more than 30 programs and the possibility to design your own major, there are plenty of options for…

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The stress of scheduling classes

It’s that time of year again, and students are running around like chickens with their heads cut off. Professors are regretting having office hours and underclassmen have paper cuts on every finger. That’s right it’s scheduling time for the next semester here at Hanover. Drop/Add forms were the most downloaded forms from the school website…

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My dream of becoming a teacher

Choosing a major is such a difficult decision. When I was a little girl, my dream was to be a teacher. Over the years, I changed my mind a few times, but I always came back to a job in education. As part of my education class, I intern at Southwestern Elementary every Thursday from…

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How I became a music major

I have always loved music for my entire life., but I never thought I would actually become a music major in college. I think this could be explained by the Hanover College magic. As a liberal arts college student, you are required to take LADR (Liberal Arts degree Requirements) courses that involve different disciplines. And…

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Adding to my Hanover family

I have obviously written about all the amazing friends that I have made at Hanover and how I refer to them as my Hanover family. I have also written gobs and gobs about the English Department and how amazing I think they are. But until today, I never really thought of my fellow English majors…

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Rugby and rescheduling

This week is scheduling week, meaning that all the students on campus schedule classes for their next semester. The way it works is that on Monday all the seniors register, Tuesday is for the juniors, and so on. Unfortunately for me, I have a hold on my account, which is extremely stressful. As it stands,…

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