Summer basketball

Even though my spring class is wrapping up this week, my time here at Hanover College for the summer is not over, since my teammates and I will help put on a camp for young girls.  It’s not only a good way to get young girls interested in Hanover basketball, but also to catch up…

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Saving up for a rainy day

Or Christmas presents and a trip to England — basically the same thing. Since I don’t have time for an off-campus job while at Hanover, I find myself willing to take any and every opportunity to make a few dollars while on campus. This time of the year it is so I can buy my friends…

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Falling in love with fall

It’s the most wonderful time of the year. I know, you are probably thinking Christmas. While I do love the Christmas season, nothing beats a warm mid-October afternoon like spending the day in southern Indiana. This fall break, driving around seeing all the changing leaves and enjoying the fall weather with family and friends, was…

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Gala-vanting

As a senior, this is probably not something I should disclose but I feel that it’s a must – this year was my first time attending the Annual Fall Gala. I am not really sure why this is the case, I guess time flies by and if you get lucky you catch it just in…

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Pumping Some Iron at the Horner Center

If only my high school friends could see me now. I don’t think the nickname pop-tart, which was given to me in high school because of my popping knees, would be deserving. Right now, spaghetti legs would be more fitting. The road to get in shape for basketball has been quite challenging. As an athlete…

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A Little Work and A Little Play

For one of my on-campus jobs, I attend cultural events and take attendance for the Registrar’s Office. I do so because students who want to get cultural events credit must sign in before attending certain events on campus. The best part about this job? I get paid to attend things that I would typically go…

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Educating Educators

Tuesday evening I made my way, a little unwillingly, toward the Horner Center to attend an education presentation. I didn’t really know what to expect but I wasn’t overly enthused at the thought of giving up my precious homework time. After about two minutes in Horner 102, I regretted thinking that I didn’t want to…

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Not your typical Wednesday

While today started out like any other Wednesday for me (classes, lunch, more classes, with a little homework on the side), it was different than what I had anticipated. Every Wednesday from 3:00 to 4:30 I mentor a seventh grader from Southwestern Middle School and in doing so not only help a child but also…

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