Adventures in Dogsitting

As one of the many jobs I hold in the Hanover/Madison, Ind. area, one of my favorites is dogsitting for a family in Madison. Not only does it allow me to get off campus and get some space in a house with a large living room and lots of personal space, it also gives me…

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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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Financial Aid Time!

The Winter term at Hanover has officially begun, and for students, this means a new round of classes and a lot of snow. For me and the rest of my office it means FINANCIAL AID SEASON! It is a pretty exciting time of year because it’s when a lot of students find out that they…

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I love a good quest!

When I was in High School I was so jealous of my sister who was studying abroad in Australia as a Hanover Student.  It was her experience abroad that intrigued me to examine Hanover as an option for college.  Of course when I got here I jumped on the first study abroad experience available during…

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Recap: FREEDOM at the Freedom Center

Since I never really did debrief you all about how AMAZING my internship was this summer, I figured now was better late than never. To recap, I received an incredibly generous grant from the Rivers Institute at Hanover to fund my adventures in Cincinnati-land by studying the connection between the Underground Railroad and the Ohio River. I…

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5 Ways to Save Money in College

Going to a school like Hanover is expensive enough on its own. There are so many ways we tend to spend even more money than we need to and don’t even realize it. Here are five tips to help you save some of this money. 1. Don’t buy all of your textbooks through the bookstore…

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