Rodríguez Villar brings experiential learning into the classroom 

“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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Born and raised in Wollongong, Australia, a young Alex Makin aspired to be a professional soccer player or police officer. “As most kids do,” he says. He came to the U.S. to attend college and play soccer in northwest Indiana. While studying to be a physical education teacher, Makin fell in love with strength conditioning,

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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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“I want to do something more substantial, like work for a cause that changes people’s lives and makes the world a better place. But I also want to travel and do something creative.”-Rachel Jordan, Humans of Hanover in 2018 “Not a whole lot has changed [since 2018],” Rachel Jordan ’21 says. “But I think I’ve

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“With a major like English, you don’t really know what’s going to happen after graduation. It’s not quite a planned-out track, like the BSP or HSP, but I think it’s really important to do what you like. My goal is not to make as much money as possible, just to be happy.” -Rosemary Kent, Humans of

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Reflecting on her Hanover College experience, Madeline Sappenfield ’20 found her way here because “something was capturing about the way the campus feels when you first arrive. I hadn’t thought about going to a private liberal arts school until I decided to visit, and I knew there was something special about this place. I knew

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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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“Hanover’s best-kept secret is the community you gain the second you walk on campus,” explains Libby Ward ’20. “From a different variety of majors, clubs, organizations and sports teams, no matter HOW or WHAT you want to do with your time at Hanover you can find a group of people that challenge you to be

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She came to swim but stayed for the people. Nora Miodrag ’22 says, “I initially came to Hanover to swim Division III but after I committed, I found a love for the people here and the professors. The people at Hanover make me feel like I am not just here to get a degree; I

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