Spring is here and so are LEAP days

It’s finally spring! At least, that’s what all my sources tell me. With temperatures still in the mid 30s and snow falling every few days, it’s hard to believe, but there are a few days where the sun shines, and I have a little hope for warmer weather. The cold aside, life must go on,…

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PA Adventures: Tie Dying

Every freshman is paired with a PA (peer advisory) group. This is your Great Works’ class plus an upperclassman. Your peer advisor meets with your PA group throughout your freshman year, especially in the first semester while everyone transitions into college life. During August Experience, these are the people you will see the most, the…

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Seeing the Beginning from the End.

While I helped out with a LEAP session this past Friday, I saw a group of around 25 incoming first-years register for their first fall term for both college and Hanover. As I watched, I realized that I have already registered for my LAST fall term here. Seeing the beginning from the end is most…

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Playing the Academic Game

This’ll have to be a quick one, folks. This week at the museum has been CRAZY busy. We brought in a whole new exhibit and planned a really smashing opening ceremony for it. You can take a look at the website for it here. In any case, I’ve been hanging quilts and punching numbers and…

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Changes

Now that I’ve been home for a few days, it’s starting to hit me that I am halfway done with college. So much has changed since I started at Hanover and yet it seems as though I moved into KP (Katherine Parker Hall) yesterday! I know it is so cliche to say that your time…

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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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