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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Night Frisbee and the formula for success

This Spring Term has been kind of rough. I’ve been really busy with my class, working, and trying to make it to Ultimate Frisbee/intramural soccer/wiffleball/everything. To top it all off, I’ve been having some allergy issues. But enough sadness, this post is supposed to be about something that can only be described as pure awesome….

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Apparently college doesn’t last forever

I have a very distinct memory of my 8th grade field trip to the high school. I remember one of the high school counselors telling us soon-to-be freshmen, “high school is going to go by extremely quickly, so make the most of it.” And I remember thinking, “yeah, okay, four years pass by real quick,…

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Hanover Ultimate 101

One thing a lot of potential Hanover students worry about is social life, and how many activities such a small school could possibly have. One major option is to go Greek, but you can’t do that until your second semester as a freshman. I’m sure by this point you’ve read something about going Greek (if…

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Time Management Lesson #1

Managing your time properly is one of the first things you will learn how to forget at Hanover. In fact, with the design-your-own major Hanover offers, I’m highly considering getting a doctorate in time mismanagement. Just kidding, we don’t have a doctoral program here. On a more serious note, I have been lucky enough to…

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Dear Summer 2010…

Whoa Nelly! Things need to slow down a little around here. This summer has flown by faster than any before! I remember the summer before my freshman year… waiting day after day for my first day at Hanover. I was so impatient. This summer, three years later, I find myself wanting the summer never to…

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