Proud to be a Hanover College Panther

Well you know what they say, all good things have to come to an end. After a great season, the Hanover College softball team played their last game May 2. After a tough tournament, we fought hard and made it all the way to the conference championship game! This was the first time in 14…

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Setting and achieving goals

As a member of Hanover’s women’s basketball team, I am proud of our accomplishments this season. We were second in the conference coming into the HCAC tournament, and most thought our win against the Transylvania University Pioneers would be a long shot, since they were ranked 15th in the nation for Division III. Everyone thought…

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Hanover College basketball begins

This week kicked off the men’s basketball season here on campus. After my student senate meeting, I was at the game ready to support our Panthers. One of the many things I love about our students here at Hanover College is their support for one another. We have an awesome student section that is always…

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An obscure mystery

Today, I want to talk with you about football, because maybe you have the answers to my questions. Football doesn’t exist in Europe; it’s so marginal that it’s almost invisible. Europeans watch soccer, and then they cheer for their national teams, becoming elated during the Olympics or the World Cups. In fact, during these sport events,…

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HCAC Indoor Track & Field Championships

Hanover is definitely a place you will miss. My first two years at Hanover flew by, and occasionally, I do like to reminisce about. Remembering this party or that game is usually how the conversation starts. From there you and your friends share story after story. One story that I remember quite well would have…

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LaCrossing into the end of the term

At Hanover, I am involved in a mentoring program for seventh graders in the community. As the year winds down, we wanted to hold a larger than normal mentoring session full of fun activities. Last Wednesday, my fellow mentors and our mentees headed out — after the ten-minute thunderstorm from the underworld – to the…

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Zero to sixty

Coming from doing absolutely nothing for three weeks to a slew of meetings, Sig stuff, track, homework and other things is a time where reality backhands the smile off my face. The first week back has been hectic to say the least. I am taking anatomy, which is one of the hardest classes Hanover offers. It pretty…

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