President Lambert’s Statement on Violence In Atlanta

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Members of the Hanover Community, Today, the American flag near my home flies at half-staff in response to the tragic and senseless murder of eight women in the Atlanta area, as directed by President Biden. Details are still emerging, but we know that six of these women were of Asian descent, adding to the rapidly

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Hanover College President Lake Lambert has been honored for his dedication and service to the Boy Scouts of America. Lambert was presented with the District Award of Merit by the Hoosier Trails Council, Muscatatuck District. The honor recognizes a highly regarded leader (scouter) following recommendations from adult volunteers in the district. “Lake has a passion

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Many are aware of the recent announced changes to the Student Exchange Visitor Program by the U.S. government regarding the status of nonimmigrant students this Fall. In summary, the new rule – which is being challenged in court – states that nonimmigrant students attending colleges that are fully online in the Fall may not enter or stay

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A STATEMENT OF SUPPORT FROM PRESIDENT LAKE LAMBERT The events and images of recent weeks have shed a piercing light on our nation’s centuries-long legacy of racial injustice. Racial and social injustice is not a catchphrase or even a cause. It has been a defining characteristic of America’s past and present – one that seeped

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Members of the Hanover Community, Yesterday our students, faculty and staff joined together for an interfaith service of lament and repentance in response to the brutal deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and so many other African Americans who have been the victims of unjust police violence and the continuing American legacy of institutional racism.

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In addition to the challenges posed by the coronavirus, our nation is facing significant unrest as a result of continuing racial injustice. The nationwide protests sparked by the death of George Floyd – and so many others – are stark reminders of how far we have yet to go to achieve racial justice. As Hanoverians,

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