Turning the page: Hanover’s Class of 2022 graduates

Hanover College celebrated its 189th Commencement, Saturday, May 28, with the conferral of bachelor’s degrees to the 251 members of the Class of 2022 at Alumni Stadium. Event photos | Highlight video | Full video replay Hanover President Lake Lambert extended welcoming remarks to an in-person crowd of more than 3,000, as well as hundreds

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‘Kevin Malone’ on NBC’s Emmy-winning Series “The Office” Brian Baumgartner became a household name as ‘Kevin Malone’ on NBC’s Emmy-winning series “The Office.” After its nine-year run, Brian continues to make regular appearances on fan-favorite TV shows, including Amazon’s Original Drama “Hand of God,” TNT’s “Good Behavior” and the Dreamworks Animation reboot of “Mr. Peabody

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‘Oscar Martinez‘ on NBC’s Emmy-winning Series “The Office” Oscar Nuñez is best known for playing ‘Oscar Martinez’ on NBC’s “The Office.” He has won an Emmy, two Screen Actors Guild Awards, an American Latino Media Arts Award, a TV Land Award and an Impact Award from the National Hispanic Media Coalition, for the role. Oscar

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Jonathan LeMaster-Smith, Ph.D., will be the featured speaker for a special virtual presentation of The Bill and June Rogers Peace and Social Justice Speakers Forum. LeMaster-Smith will present “Process of Social Justice in Rural Context(s): A Conversation,” at 7 p.m., Tuesday, Sept. 21, via Zoom. The online presentation, slated to include discussion of local experiences

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James L. Ferguson, professor emeritus of English, died May 12, 2021, in Charlottesville, Va. Ferguson, 93, served Hanover’s English department for 29 years. He joined the College’s faculty in 1963 as an assistant professor and later served as department chair. He retired in 1992 as the James A. and Sophronia R. McKee Professor of English

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Noted Indiana poet Chantel Massey will present a virtual evening of poetry reading and conversation Thursday, May 20. The appearance is made possible through the support of an Indiana Authors Award grant, administered by Indiana Humanities. The virtual event, which begins at 7 p.m., is open to the public, free of charge. Registration is required.

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Members of the Hanover Community, Today, the American flag near my home flies at half-staff in response to the tragic and senseless murder of eight women in the Atlanta area, as directed by President Biden. Details are still emerging, but we know that six of these women were of Asian descent, adding to the rapidly

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The Hanover College community mourns the passing of Robert James Rosenthal, professor emeritus of philosophy. He died Feb. 26, 2021, in Hanover, Ind. Rosenthal, 82, served as a member of Hanover’s faculty for 47 years before retiring in 2014. He has the second-longest tenure of any faculty member in school history, surpassed by only Joshua

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The Hanover College community mourns after the passing of Walter Dunlap Morrill, director emeritus of the Duggan Library. He died Monday, Dec. 7, 2020, in Madison, Ind. Morrill, 84, served as the College’s director of the libraries from 1966-98. He also served as special projects coordinator and interim vice president for development before retiring in

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