Partnership expands healthcare services for student-athletes

Healthcare for student-athletes has vastly changed through recent decades. Long gone are the days of having assistant coaches tape ankles and treat injuries. Today’s sports medicine staffs must address a wide range of physical and mental issues. The COVID-19 pandemic certainly added further complexities. In response to the expanded role, needs and challenges facing athletic

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“My graduating class in high school consisted of 52 people,” remarks Sydney Claypoole ’21. “As you can imagine, it was a very tightly-knit environment where I formed strong relationships with not only my classmates, but with my teachers. Everyone simultaneously supported one another and pushed them to be their best.” Claypoole was looking for a similar

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With the end of her time at Hanover in sight, Mikali Marks ’21 is excited about getting out into the real world and gaining experience. A psychology major with a pre-health concentration, Marks is currently in the process of applying to physician assistant school. She hopes to attend a school in Nashville, Tenn. She is a temporary nursing assistant at

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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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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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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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