Abigail Satow ’21

“I came to Hanover because I was only looking at small liberal arts colleges because it’s very similar system to my high school (a small Montessori school). The Montessori education focuses on creating well-rounded people who are driven by their passions and practical learning. My high school experience was shaped by an ability to pursue

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Charlotte Verbanic ’21 defines what it means to be an active and engaged student. An HCAC All-Conference athlete on the women’s lacrosse team and sister in Kappa Alpha Theta, Verbanic is also a mathematics major, minoring in business, computer science, and theology, active in the Business Scholars Program and Alpha Lambda Delta, and is a Benjamin Templeton Scholar. From Columbus, Ind., Verbanic knew Hanover was

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“Who am I / I’m a walking renaissance testing how far he can explore different realms / The ever-evolving entity, full of discovery, training his lips to bend into a paintbrush that slaps colors on canvases in ways none could foresee…” -Gabriel Ratcliffe, Who Am I (2020) Before college, Gabriel Ratcliffe ’22 would have been

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Abigail Satow Hanover College class of 2021International studies major Member of choir, resident assistant, peer mentor, vice president of feminist club, Benjamin Templeton Scholar. “I came to Hanover because I was only looking at small liberal arts colleges because it’s very similar system to my high school (a small Montessori school). The Montessori education focuses

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