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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Eleven members of the Hanover College campus community have been selected as recipients of the 2022 Stanley Totten Award. The award presentation, along with recognition of 26 service milestones and three retiring employees, was part of an end-of-year event May 17 in the Withrow Activities Center. Started in 2007, the Totten Award is presented to

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Underserved area high school students with interest in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) will have an opportunity to explore related fields through a Hanover College summer academy made possible by a grant from the Duke Energy Foundation. “Our educators and students are facing tremendous challenges teaching and learning as we emerge from the pandemic,”

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In recognition of Asian-American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, Hanover College’s Haq Center for Cross-Cultural Education will present a special conversation with Professor Anthony Miller at 6:30 p.m., Thursday, May 19. Miller, assistant professor of history, will examine his recently published article, “Pioneers, Sunday Schoolers and Laundrymen: Chinese Immigrants in Iowa in the Chinese Exclusion

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A $2.16 million grant through Indiana’s Next Level Trails program will pave the way for Hanover College and a group of community partners to establish the first phase of a multi-use trail that would, ultimately, link campus to nearby Madison, Ind. Announced April 20 by Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb ’90, the grant will fund the

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Hanover College celebrated the academic achievements of its students and faculty during the 85th-annual Honors Convocation. The annual event was held April 14 in Fitzgibbon Recital Hall, Lynn Center for Fine Arts. Hailee Holberton ’22 and Samuel Piacente ’22 received Hanover’s highest student awards. The top faculty honors were presented to professors Sara Patterson and

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The Hanover College community mourns after the passing of Henrik Garritt “Henry” Van Leeuwen, professor emeritus of philosophy. He died Feb. 17, 2022, in Indianapolis, Ind. A memorial service for Van Leeuwen will be held at 11 a.m., Saturday, March 19, at the Hanover Presbyterian Church. Rev. J. David Cassel, professor emeritus of theological studies, will

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“I was raised in the idea of knowing the world, traveling a lot to meet people, having a lot of experiences.”  Growing up in Santiago de Compostela in the region of Galicia, Spain, Alejandra Rodríguez Villar describes her medieval hometown as a land of tourists and emigrants. You may recognize the town as the home of The Camino

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After entertaining the campus community throughout the fall term with a series of “pop-up” concerts, the Hanover College Instrumental Ensembles will perform two traditional concerts in the coming weeks. The ensembles, guided by conductor David Mruzek, professor of music, will present the “Fall Festival of Instrumental Music,” at 7:30 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 18. The annual

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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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