How Hanover has changed me

This week marks the beginning of the last week of my undergraduate career. I took a different route and didn’t spend my last spring term on campus, but rather I moved to South Carolina and started work. Looking back at my freshman year, I really don’t think I would have ever thought that leaving Hanover…

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Oh, the tables have turned

And so, the tables have turned. First, I go from not being able to find a job, to finally finding and accepting an offer, only to be slapped with the realities of adulthood. The job I decided to take is located in South Carolina, and I initially thought it would be great, that I would…

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How to brand yourself for the job market

You are not special. It’s a fact of life that none of us are. This is something that I think should be ingrained into our minds once we reach a suitable age to understand what is meant by that statement. This past Tuesday and Wednesday, my professor, Michael Edmondson, from Philadelphia was on campus sharing…

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Networking starts with you

Here at Hanover you hear the word network dropped in conversation, email and in announcements all the time. After having so many great experiences and living in Hilton Head, Philadelphia and the lovely city of Hanover, I understand how important networking is. For me, I see a network as a spider web that connects you…

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Talk a lot, talk a little more

“For this smart and confident film, thick with useful information conveyed with cinematic verve, lays out in comprehensive but always understandable detail the argument that the meltdown of 2008 was no unfortunate accident.” –Kenneth Turan, LA Times film critic This was just one sentence from a review of the documentary “Inside Job,” directed by Charles…

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Eastern State Penitentiary

Field trip! At the Philadelphia Center, I have had several opportunities to visit historical landmarks. One interesting place I was able to visit was the Eastern State Penitentiary. We visited this place for my Power and Authority class. When we arrived, we were provided with some background information and told that this was the first…

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From the press box: Temple versus Rutgers football

Division I football game, press box, media, 34,000 fans — just imagine it! If you haven’t had the chance to experience a football game this way, it was amazing. Being an intern in the Athletic Communications department at Temple University, I have the opportunity to attend all of the sporting events my supervisor manages. The…

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Bill Clinton comes to Philadelphia

Philadelphia is a swing state. So for the election this means that no particular party has control and that is why I believe Clinton came to visit Philadelphia before the election. Today after looking on The Philadelphia Center Facebook page I was made aware that Bill Clinton would be at the University of Pennsylvania and…

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