International Students:

This blog post is for all the international readers who might consider attending Hanover College. I don’t know your background story. What country you come from or what city, but chances are you come from a fairly large city. As you may know from my previous posts, I am from San Jose, Costa Rica. It’s…

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How Hanover changed me

My time at Hanover College has provided many great experiences. Some have been good, and some not; but overall, they made me grow as a person. As a high school student, I rarely stressed about my classes. Of course, there were always two or three that were not the easiest, but I did not study…

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What is grass?

This Indiana weather has definitely got the best of me these past few weeks. After attending Hanover for four years, I can confidently say this is one of the worst winters I have experienced while going here. Today, when I woke up and did what I assume most students would do, that is, rollover and…

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Another snow day

We are just now entering our third week of winter semester and there have already been two snow/cold days! That is so crazy to me considering these have been the only days I have ever had cancelled due to snow in my last three years at Hanover. I woke up at 6:45 a.m. and prepared…

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How to become an R.A.

Since the August Experience, I have wanted to become a resident assistant or R.A. When I met my R.A. at the beginning of the year, she helped me with what I needed to know about my dorm and housing, and she informed me about what to do for classes, how to balance my social life…

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Convenience of Our College

Hmm… describe a college student in one word? BUSY. That is my life 99.9 percent of the time. My weekdays are consumed with classes, studying, practicing, working out, sleeping and studying. Of course, I always find time for myself and for socializing with my friends, but it’s hard to fit in anything else. The convenience…

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Ah! Ugh! Oof!

A rare occurrence struck me Friday and left me in bed for the entire day. Literally. I didn’t leave my room in Crowe from 4:30 Thursday until 4:50 Saturday evening. That’s rough; no that’s what it’s like to have the stomach flu. I will spare everyone the exact details, but some things are important to…

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Rev's Guide to Great Dining

Every once in a while everyone needs a break from the CC and the UG. The food becomes repetitive and you will need a little change of scenery. I have compiled a list of the top 5 best places to eat in the Hanover/Madison area. These are the best choices around because they are close…

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