Mom’s home: EPZ meets its maker

Still feeling the exhilaration, Carrie Helton Harris ‘00 walked out of Classic Hall late on the night of April 10, 1999. For nearly two hours, Harris’ brainchild – dubbed Evil Petting Zoo (EPZ) – had delighted more than 100 students in the jam-packed film room. Watch EPZ-related video The nine-member, all-student cast’s improvisational comedy debut

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Life on Indiana’s oldest private college campus will be told through the stories and experiences of Hanover College’s current students during an upcoming episode of “The College Tour,” an acclaimed streaming series available on Amazon Prime Video. Launched in 2020, each episode of “The College Tour” explores life on college and university campuses across the

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Explore the inner workings of the Dunder Mifflin Paper Company during the Hanover Enrichment Series’ special presentation of “Working Late at ‘The Office’ with Brian Baumgartner and Oscar Nuñez.” The two award-winning cast members from the popular “mockumentary” will be featured guests for this unique glimpse into one of the most-viewed programs in modern television

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Hanover College graduates now have a unique pathway to pursue a graduate education through one of the nation’s premier schools of public affairs. Hanover has partnered with the Indiana University Paul H. O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs to create the Hanover College O’Neill Fellowship Award. Through this collaboration, qualified Hanover graduates are eligible

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For nearly two centuries the Hanover College experience has included a robust Greek system and will continue to do so. During that time, tens of thousands of students have joined fraternities and sororities, becoming part of a larger community, and have benefited from being so meaningfully connected to others. Greek-affiliated students: Typically have higher GPAs

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Mya Urba ‘24 has been chosen as recipient of the “Realizing the Dream” Award from Independent Colleges of Indiana (ICI). Established in 1989, the honor recognizes outstanding academic achievement and leadership potential displayed by a first-generation college student during their first year. Urba, a Westfield, Ind. native, is a member of Phi Mu sorority and

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Preparing students for responsible, engaged, and effective citizenship has been an integral part of Hanover College’s mission for nearly 200 years. Yet in this sharply divided age, once-common conversations are now more highly charged, often intimidating and frequently divisive. As a result, American society needs stronger efforts to foster more respectful and empathetic dialogue. Hanover

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The Hanover College Theatre will present American playwright David Auburn’s award-winning drama “Proof,” Friday-Sunday, Feb. 11-13. Auburn’s best-known work, “Proof” won numerous honors in 2001, including the Pulitzer Prize for Drama and Tony Awards for best play, best direction and best actress. That year, the production was named the best play by the New York

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A unique exhibit that provides a historical look at German immigration to the Ohio River Valley will be on display in Hanover College’s Duggan Library Jan. 20-Feb. 3. In conjunction with the American Association of Teachers of German, “First Encounters: Menschen begegnen sich” (people meet each other) explores the history of migration and its effects

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Hanover College will commemorate Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, Monday, Jan. 17, with “Building the Beloved Community,” an offering of virtual conversations and community volunteer activities. William Rodriguez, Ph.D., assistant professor of religion and philosophy at Bethune-Cookman University, will lead “Call to Community,” a virtual reflection and discussion of King’s famous “I Have a Dream”

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