You can’t lose with professors

Something that is always discussed when in college is professors. Good ones, bad ones, old, young, tenured, untenured, etc. There are always several things you want to know about the professor before you take his or her class. I know I always do. Before I take any of my non-major courses like math and science,…

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Finally!

My Independent Study has been done for months now. I completed my final draft and turned it in the beginning of December, but today it came back into my life.The English Department, being the kind souls they are, don’t require those of us that write an IS to give a presentation. But they do invite…

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Shakespearian Opportunity

In case you hadn’t noticed – I really and truly love life at Hanover College and it seems to just continually get better. I am pretty sure I have written about the Spring Term courses that take Hanover students and professors to different countries to study for a few weeks. But this year is a…

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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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Departmental Dinner

While all departments try to get together every so often, many don’t have the time to do so. We don’t do it often, but when we do, the English department does it right. Last night was the night of the annual English department cookout. All of the English professors played host to all of the…

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Making Music

I spend many late nights in Brown Chapel playing my guitar and singing. The doors are never locked, it’s rarely occupied after dark, and the building is designed to amplify and accentuate the human voice. Unlike playing in my room, I have no fears of disturbing anyone or being disturbed myself, and the music reverberates…

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My Break in Pictures… Instead of 1000 Words

As I’ve spent the majority of my Thanksgiving “break” at home typing furiously away at my Independent Study, I thought I’d give you a synopsis of my break in pictures! (Saves me the trouble of MORE typing… and they say they’re each worth 1000 words!) And now it’s back to Hanover… Hope everyone had a relaxing…

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