Hanover Enrichment Series welcomes “The Office” cast members Brian Baumgartner and Oscar Nuñez

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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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Historian and Purdue University doctoral candidate Molly Mersmann ‘15 will return to campus Wednesday, March 16, to deliver Hanover College’s annual Cornelius and Anna Cook O’Brien Lecture. Mersmann specializes in 19th-Century U.S. history, U.S. Civil War and Reconstruction and the history of women and gender. She is particularly focused on how Southern communities – both

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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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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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The life and artwork of the late Kristen Croxton will be celebrated during a special ceremony on the Hanover College campus. Area residents are invited to join family members, friends and campus community members for the dedication of a permanent display of Croxton’s artwork and the first presentation of a memorial scholarship in her honor.

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In the broadest sense, being a first-generation college student means that your family does not have a tradition of going to college. More specifically, to be “first-generation” means that your parents did not complete a four-year college degree. The Center for First-Generation Student Success states that while first-generation students are “often quite academically skilled and

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Cover photo by Camryn Stemle ’23. Molly Martin Pabst ’11, Carley Meek Riehle ’08 and Larry Duke were enshrined into the Hanover Athletic Hall of Fame during an Oct. 30 campus ceremony. The trio was also honored at halftime of the Panthers’ football game against Manchester University. Pabst was a four-time first-team all-Heartland Conference honoree for the

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The late Bob Baylor ’70, Jim Hammond ’79 and Joe Brunk ’82 have been immortalized through a unique, lasting creation that will enhance on- and off-court experiences for current and future members of Hanover’s men’s and women’s basketball and volleyball programs. The Bob ’70 and Beth Baylor Locker Room Suite has been established to meet the needs of today’s student-athletes

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A dynamic, smile-filled day continued into a vibrant, memory-filled evening as Hanover College celebrated its 94th-annual Homecoming. PHOTOS More than 2,000 Hanoverians – covering more than six decades – gathered on campus Oct. 2 for Homecoming 2021. The festivities featured 28 class reunions, an array of special gatherings, Hanoverfest, football and live music. The celebration

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Game tied with 1:19 left. Opponent has the ball inside Hanover territory. Fourth-and-one. Donning an easily spotted electric pink vest, with ponytail perched above her head, Mya Urba ’24 signals the Panthers’ formation from the sidelines, then anxiously implores her defensive unit to make a game-saving stop. Though just 19 years old, Mya Urba ’24

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