Slam poet Eva-Lisa Finzi highlights jam-poetry, German theater event

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German theater and jam-poetry performances will take center stage during an upcoming special event on the Hanover College campus. “The Stories We Tell” will feature an appearance by German slam poet Eva-Lisa Finzi, performances of original works by Hanover students and a theatrical adaptation of “Hansel and Gretel.” The event will be held at 4:15

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How do you choose between the loves of your life, especially if one has two legs and the other four? The Hanover College Theatre Department will delve into this dilemma with its springtime presentation of the celebrated comedy “Sylvia,” Friday-Sunday, March 31-April 2. Penned by American playwright and novelist A.R. Gurney, “Sylvia” is a heartwarming

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Hanover College and Ivy Tech Community College-Madison will integrate a 1+2+1 model into its nursing program as part of a longstanding partnership. The 1+2+1 model was approved by the Higher Learning Commission Feb. 27 at the Institutional Actions Council meeting. The 1+2+1 model provides Hanover students with an opportunity to obtain an Associate of Science

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Hanover has formed a partnership with Ascend Indiana to connect more students to good and promising career opportunities in Indiana. Through the Ascend Network, the initiative’s online job matching platform, Hanover’s students will be able to connect with Indiana jobs and internships that match their skill sets and interests and will receive increased one-on-one career

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Clara McCulley ‘25 has been selected as Hanover’s recipient of the “Realizing the Dream” Award. Established in 1989, the state-wide honor recognizes outstanding academic achievement and leadership potential displayed by a first-generation college student during their first year on campus. McCulley, who was honored Feb. 25 during a banquet in Indianapolis, Ind., is an elementary

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Hanover served as host for the Indiana Region Junior Science and Humanities Symposium (JSHS) Feb. 17-18 in the Science Center. Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Defense, JSHS is designed to challenge, engage and publicly recognize students in grades 9-12 who conduct research in the sciences, technology, engineering or mathematics. During their two days on

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Sara Patterson, Hanover College professor of theological studies, has been appointed the inaugural Linda ’73 and Mark Baron Professor of Social Justice Education. The endowed professorship is made possible by a $1 million gift from Linda Pirtle Baron ’73 and her husband, Mark. The appointment includes salary incentives, discretionary spending for research and funding for

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Hanover College is launching a new hybrid, accelerated Doctor of Occupational Therapy (OTD) program as it continues to grow in the graduate health care space. The Higher Learning Commission (HLC) has formally approved the College’s doctoral program, which will allow students and faculty to live anywhere in the United States while they complete a two-year

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Office of Academic Affairs / Director of the Gladish Center for Teaching and Learning Katie’s discipline/operational role: I work in the Office of Student Success as the director of the Gladish Learning Center. I manage a lot of the academic support services in our office such as tutors, study group leaders, student success tutors and

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For eight days in April 1963, Martin Luther King Jr. sat in a jail cell in Birmingham, Ala. While incarcerated for his participation in nonviolent demonstrations against segregation, King penned one of the most famous documents in the history of the U.S. civil rights movement. “Letter from Birmingham Jail” was hand-written April 16, 1963, as

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