Ready? Set! GRADUATE!

Remember when I said that I had the worst week of my entire college career exactly a week ago? When my laptop crashed, I had to rewrite a paper, and I had two important exams on Friday? So I did decent on my research paper, and I for sure was confident that it was better…

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Spring Term

Most colleges get out of school in the end of April, so when prospective students hear that Hanover doesn’t get out until May, it can be discouraging. However, we don’t get out until May because we have this glorious time called Spring Term or May Term. We have our normal first two semesters just like…

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Event Staff is a great job

As an athlete at Hanover College, I enjoy watching other sports and Hanover athletes in action. One sport that I had never watched before I came to Hanover is lacrosse. Because of my job as an event staff member, I’ve had the opportunity to see some lacrosse games. I like my job, and an added…

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People of Hanover: John Dunn

John Dunn is a 21-year-old junior majoring on the pre-med track at Hanover College. Originally from Louisville, Ky., he is a biology major with a Kinesiology and Integrative Physiology minor and he hopes to earn his doctorate in genetics and epidemiology. When I asked him why he chose the medical field, he said that he…

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Study abroad in Ecuador

I just finished the scheduling process to travel to Ecuador for my class in May! I’ve been dreaming about this trip since the fall of my freshmen year when my Spanish professor told our class that he taught one of the much talked about May Term study abroad classes. In high school, I had done…

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Four tips when traveling to Italy

When I was selected for the Global Scholars Program here at Hanover, part of the program included a fully funded spring term trip abroad. Hanover offers myriad off-campus classes for spring term, and I chose “Early Christianity in Italy.” It happened to be the last theology class I needed to finish my theology minor, and I…

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Spring Term philanthropy

Looking back over the last month, it’s easy to see a consistent theme, especially among the Greek houses on campus. The theme is, surprisingly, not partying or lounging after class, but rather giving back to the community. In Greek life, philanthropy is a major goal for most houses and having been Sigma Chi’s current philanthropy…

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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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May term is coming

Spring term — yes, it is far away, but honestly I can’t wait because during springtime next year I will pack my bags, navigate through some of the most chaotic airports in the world, cross the ocean and finally upon arrival, study abroad in Spain. Travel and studying abroad is an ongoing dream of mine. I…

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The stress of scheduling classes

It’s that time of year again, and students are running around like chickens with their heads cut off. Professors are regretting having office hours and underclassmen have paper cuts on every finger. That’s right it’s scheduling time for the next semester here at Hanover. Drop/Add forms were the most downloaded forms from the school website…

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