Lynn Hall

I finally moved back to Hanover today. I am so excited. Instead of living in house this year, I am living in Lynn Hall. Lynn is one of our newest dorms; I will be in the second round of students that has had the privilege of living here. It is almost in the dead center…

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A little homesick

This past school year I have found myself feeling a little more excited for breaks as they come up and even sometimes wishing to go home on random weekends. I’ve never really been homesick before but I suppose that is what I have been feeling lately. Coming back from Christmas break I was honestly a…

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The Christmas Break blues

Once the stress of finals week is over, it is important to reward yourself with a break. Here at Hanover College, I was rewarded with a (practically) month long vacation away from tests, homework assignments and classes. Not only did I not have any academic obligations, I was able to spend the entire month with…

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Dead Week approaches

The name “Dead Week” is nowhere as innocent as it may sound. Dead Week is supposed to be a time where professors begin to wind down on their curriculum and begin preparations for the given classes’ final exam. Well, this may be true to an extent; the term “Dead Week” can spell utter hell for…

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Dealing with roommates

One of the biggest changes from home life to life at college is the idea of sharing a living space with another individual that is your age.Now, this post isn’t about me frightening you into what living with another person in college is like, but just some advice to help you prepare for what lies…

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Halfway home

Junior year seems to racing by with no indication of slowing down anytime soon. Our men’s golf team’s fall season is over after both concerning and impressive performances, and preparations for our spring season are under way. Fall Rush for the men and women have come and gone within a blink of an eye, and…

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The many reasons why I love fall

Candy corn, pumpkins, costumes, corn mazes and caramel apples are just a few of the many things I love about the fall season. Recently, some friends and I went to Cornucopia Farm, which has a variety of activities for people of all ages. When we arrived, the first thing we did was go on a…

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Basketball conditioning is HERE

You know it’s going to be a good day when your alarm is set for 5:30 am. Okay, that was a joke. You know it’s going to be a long day when your alarm is set for 5:30 a.m. is what I meant to say. My roommates and I play basketball, which means it’s CONDITIONING…

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Starting Sophomore Year Off Right

The summer has finally come to an end, and campus is thriving. After a week and a half of classes and almost a month on campus, a lot has already happened including finishing up my internship with the Rivers Institute Traveling Theatre, Peer Advisor training week and August Experience. It’s difficult to decide what to write…

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Oh my HC

After an almost 16-hour, extremely long flight from China to America, Hanover, here I come. I could not fall asleep for days before I came back. One reason is that I would be able to see all my Hanover friends. The other one is that I had to say goodbye to all the delicious Chinese food…

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