Countdown to Valentine’s Day

Hanover students are stressed to the max because it’s only two weeks before Winter Break (which begins after class Feb. 21), but on top of that we have VALENTINE’S DAY around the corner. Before you stress out even more because you completely forgot Friday, Feb. 14 is in fact Valentine’s Day, let me give you…

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The generic, yet inevitable, rejection email

Rejection. It happens to everyone. Some people are rejected by their crush, sometimes you reject a phone call from your parents, sometimes you are rejected by an organization for that internship you really wanted. Regardless, rejection sucks no matter what! These past three years I have been blessed with so many different experiences to work…

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Money Madness

I’ll tell you the truth: I turn twenty one in a week and a half, and this theatre job I am working is only the first job I have ever had. Mom and dad have taken good care of me my whole life. Once I got to college, however, things changed a little bit. You…

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Night Frisbee and the formula for success

This Spring Term has been kind of rough. I’ve been really busy with my class, working, and trying to make it to Ultimate Frisbee/intramural soccer/wiffleball/everything. To top it all off, I’ve been having some allergy issues. But enough sadness, this post is supposed to be about something that can only be described as pure awesome….

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Cashing checks and breaking necks

Just kidding. I’m not breaking necks. BUT, I am cashing checks — a few checks anyway. To be straightforward, I’m poor. We’re all poor here at college. It happens no matter where you go to college whether it’s a major university or small college such as Hanover. Depending on your financial aid, money from working…

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Five is bigger than 10

After having found a way to learn names (even if I still have troubles with the process of learning them) the next step for becoming a perfect Italian immigrant in America is learning how to use coins. Luckily, in Europe, we count as you count: 1,2,3 … 10,11 … 5+25=30 We read and write numbers…

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Derby Days Week

This week is Derby Days, Sigma Chi’s major philanthropy event of the year. It’s a competition among the Greek women of Hanover, where every day there is a different event where points can be scored. At the end of the week, the sorority with the most points is the winner. Last year’s champion was Alpha…

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