A Backstage Pass to Art in the IMA

Three years ago, the Indianapolis Museum of Art (IMA) went through a complete renovation of its storage facility. New accommodations were built, a bigger space and several rooms added; many new areas were created to allow the people who run the museum to better run the museum, and give the artwork more breathing space. On…

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Phantastic Philly

I chose to return to my old stomping grounds over Winter Break and head back to the city of Brotherly Love, Philadelphia. Since Hanover offers an excellent opportunity to study in Philly for a semester, so I thought it would be appropriate to show some photos of my favorite places and things in the city….

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Sacrificing for New Opportunities

Allie Gullett, Carrie Burkhardt, and I (all Hanover College students) send love back to our sorority sisters at Hanover all the way from the Logan Square Fountain in Philadelphia. Sacrifice — the act giving up something for a cause or in order to gain something else. We have all continuously made sacrifices throughout our lives,…

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First Impressions

First days can always be a challenge. Whether it’s a first day at work, at a new apartment, or at a new school, the first day at anything can truly define an experience or they can totally mislead you. For example, my freshman year at Hanover. First day: I meet my PA group (Peer Advisor…

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