How Hanover has changed me

This week marks the beginning of the last week of my undergraduate career. I took a different route and didn’t spend my last spring term on campus, but rather I moved to South Carolina and started work. Looking back at my freshman year, I really don’t think I would have ever thought that leaving Hanover…

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I hope I never forget

As I look through my photos on my phone I realize that just four months ago I was half way around the world. I was living and working in Izmir, Turkey, and now I find myself back in Hanover, Ind. When I close my eyes after looking at these pictures, I am immediately taken back…

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I Survived Romania…

I say I survived Romania because there were moments when I felt like I just wasn’t going to make it. I felt as if I would be lost forever, sweat until my death, or be taken right off the street. While in Romania I visited my roommate who just graduated, Rachel Slade. I stayed in…

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Back at it: Hanover blog summer edition

Summer is underway, and several Hanover students have decided to disperse themselves across the world. I currently have friends in North Carolina, Florida, Ohio, Puerto Rico and London, that’s only the start.My country of choice was Turkey, so I am living it up and working in the beautiful city of Izmir. I remember looking out…

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Ten Days!

Ten days. That is all I have left before I leave the country for three months to work at Space Camp in Izmir, Turkey. I am really excited because this will be my first time leaving the country, but I am still a little worried since I am going with four strangers. I am sure…

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Networking starts with you

Here at Hanover you hear the word network dropped in conversation, email and in announcements all the time. After having so many great experiences and living in Hilton Head, Philadelphia and the lovely city of Hanover, I understand how important networking is. For me, I see a network as a spider web that connects you…

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Turkey – Part 2

One day, we walked for almost an hour in Istanbul, and finally found the place where Turkish women make boxes by hand and sell them to make money. It is one of the NGOs we visited in Turkey that helps women learn some basic skills to make money for living. We walked into this little…

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