Hannah Crail ’21

A Richmond, Ind. resident, Hannah Crail ’21 is leaving Hanover with degrees in environmental biology and theology. She plans to soak up every last moment on campus before graduation. “I chose to come to Hanover College because I was interested in pursuing a career in environmental science. Hanover’s on-campus hiking trails, unique topography and proximity to state parks attracted me

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Hailing from the south side of Indianapolis, Ind., Mariah Downey ’21 came to Hanover because it gave her the impression of being a welcoming community. She says, “I like the idea of the small classes because I wanted to be able to get to know my teachers and my peers. The campus of Hanover is very beautiful

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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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Meet Bo Sims ’21. You may know him from his record-breaking Irish dancing, his leadership roles on campus, or from his time as the Panther mascot. With his eye on studying environmental biology, Bo says, “I knew I wanted a campus that would actively engage their environmental studies with the outside world. I learned that

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From New Goshen, Ind., Shelby Edington ’20 came to Hanover to play softball, but also to “get a phenomenal education. I was drawn to the small school, community-based atmosphere and the fantastic science programs offered here.” She advises taking advantage of opportunities provided at Hanover: “Live in the moment. Enjoy every conversation with a professor,

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Natalia Hubbs, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of BiologyB.S., Lawrence Technological University; Ph.D., Michigan State University; Certification in College Teaching, Michigan State University “One of my professors, Dr. ZV (Dr. Zwiesler-Vollick at LTU), she was awesome. She’s by far my hero. When I’m putting together lectures, I think, ‘How would ZV present this?’ She pulled me aside

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