Review the Present…Adjust Your Future

One of the most important parts of senior year is making the decision whether or not to attend graduate school, which I have chosen to do. Deciding the next course to take has been a major sticking point since the beginning of the summer. Do I continue with my computer science major or switch up…

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When I grow up I wanna be an ADPi Fantasy Guy

This past Thursday, Alpha Delta Pi had a philanthropy event to raise money for The Ronald McDonald House! This event is called Fantasy Guy. Fantasy Guy is a male beauty pageant with a talent, costume and interview portion. This year we had a representative from each male Greek House: Lambda, Sig, FIJI, Phi Delt and Beta…

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Alpha Lambda Delta: A National Honor Society

I’m sure many of you were a part of the National Honor Society and/or National Junior Honor Society (in middle school). Well, Hanover has honor societies as well! One is called Alpha Lambda Delta. This is an honor society for first year students. To be a member, students must have a 3.5 GPA during their first semester…

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Time for the Much Needed Break!

Man! This semester seems much longer than the first semester. I guess it was just because with football the other semester seemed to go by so fast. But, at last, I have reached my destination! This much needed break has arrived! I don’t know where to start. I love all my classes and the order…

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Kaleidoscope Presents Kara Walker

It’s official, Kaleidoscope has finished the events for Black History Month. The last one was a presentation about Kara Walker, by one of the art professors, Leticia Bajuyo. We did not realize that Kara Walker was still alive, until another art professor told us. So the plan next year is to have Kara Walker as…

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Damon Williams Visits Hanover

Kaleidoscope, the student multicultural organization, brought Damon Williams to the campus for the second year; it was all part of the Black History Month celebration on campus. He is good friends with Taran McZee, who is the director of multicultural affairs/international program. Williams has earned national recognition. He has appeared on BET’s Comicview  every year…

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Hanover Celebrates Black History Month

The first two events Kaleidoscope has held for Black History Month have already passed and boy did we have a lot of fun! We have a total of four major events this year. First came Clyde Pickett. Clyde Pickett is an educator, cultural commentator and activist. He covers works such as diversity, male leadership development, collegiate athletics…

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Martin Luther King Jr. Week

While we head in to Black History Month, we have just passed the holiday of Martin Luther King Jr. day. In Kaleidoscope, we not only celebrated his birthday, we celebrated his life, legacy and what he stood for. King was an important civil rights leader; if it was not for him, I would not be…

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