Help! Where do I go?

As a student, there will come a time that your professor assigns a project and you will have no clue what to do or where to start. Especially when it comes time for midterms or finals. But luckily, there’s help. Besides going to your professor for some pointers, going to the Duggan Library is an…

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How to get motivated and beat procrastination

Motivation What is it: “the general desire or willingness of someone to do something.” Where can it be found: not typically with college students. Who has it: definitely not me. The three above statements pretty much describe my life right now. I lack some serious motivation. In fact, I am even struggling to find the…

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Welcoming Winter Break

It just became winter break here at Hanover, and I cannot lie and say it wasn’t needed, because it was. Always around week seven-eight, the stress and workload becomes very high. I know that this past week, I had three tests, a paper and more than 100 pages of reading to do for my classes….

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How I ended up at Hanover College

We are nearing the end of January, and at Hanover that means it is near the time for all the high school seniors to start their college selection process. If this describes you, and you are trying to decide if Hanover College is a right for you, keep reading: About a year ago, I was…

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Using your Resources — HC’s Learning Center

After three years at Hanover College, I have realized the importance of the Learning Center (otherwise known as Hanover’s Gladish Center for Teaching and Learning). What is the Learning Center? For those of you considering Hanover College as an option or for first-year students reading this, it’s a good idea to take advantage of the…

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Declaring your major

At Hanover, you are required to declare your major by the second semester of your sophomore year. I am a kinesiology and integrative physiology (KIP) major while also participating in the Business Scholars program. The KIP program here has several attractive features that are not found in other undergraduate programs of its kind. These features…

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Helpful tips for second semester

Breaks tend to be thought of as a time for you to relax and enjoy yourself, maybe make a little extra cash and ultimately, to get revived for the coming semester. However, Christmas break always seems to just make me more tired and less motivated to for school than finals did. I’m not sure if…

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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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