Things I miss about Australia

Studying abroad has truly changed my life. There are so many things that I miss about Australia, and I would gladly go back in a heartbeat. The more I think about Australia, the  more I miss it. These are just a few things I miss the most: Iced coffee: I love iced coffee. I drink…

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Study Break

I learned an INCREDIBLY AWESOME thing while here in Australia, and it’s that they have a break called Study Week. It’s different from Hanover, where we have Dead Week followed by finals (hopefully spaced out nicely_, and then it is time for us to go home and relax for a while. However, in Aussie after…

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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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Halfway home

Junior year seems to racing by with no indication of slowing down anytime soon. Our men’s golf team’s fall season is over after both concerning and impressive performances, and preparations for our spring season are under way. Fall Rush for the men and women have come and gone within a blink of an eye, and…

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Who has comps in a week?

Doomsday is slowly approaching, everyone. I am literally one week away from my comprehensive exam over EVERY CLASS I have taken for my major. That’s 10 awesome courses where I worked my butt off, pulled countless all-nighters and read thousands, no, TENS OF THOUSANDS of pages.  And now, I have to take a test that…

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Pulling an all-nighter

Have you ever heard those horror stories about student’s schedules going out of control because of uncontrollable events, and the poor student being squashed with an overload of work that has the student doing all of his/ her classes in one night? Well I have, and I never really thought that they were true horror…

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Courtly love

Goodness gracious, I’m getting sick of seeing that term. Hello, again. It’s week two at good ole Hanover and guess what? I have a paper and presentation due Monday. Fantastic, isn’t it? Yes, Hanover has a glorious campus to hang out with friends, go to The Point and do various other things. But, if you…

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This blog contains pictures of kittens

Good morning, afternoon and evening everyone. First off, forgive my lack of posts these past few weeks! It has been a very hectic transition from home life back to school life. When I say hectic transition, I mean purely adjusting to learning and learning a lot. I love all of my classes so far, but…

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