Hall Councils meets approximately twice a month with the residence hall leadership Ad or Senior RA to discuss and plan upcoming programs or activities which the hall would enjoy doing in the future. The Hall Council also discusses any suggestions for items to be purchased that may improve the residence hall community, such as renovations or additional items that need to be purchased for the Hall.
See your RA for details about your hall council. This shall be completed through daily involvement with residents and programming. For years, International Club also known as I-Club has been a forum for giving Hanover College an international flavor.
It is an organization that helps forward cultures from all over the world and is open to all Hanover students, faculty, and staff, not only the international students. The chief objective of the club is to encourage interaction between students of all nationalities, promoting internationalism and diversity on campus, giving them an opportunity to learn about and live with cultures that are new and different and encouraging personal growth and having a good time. Throughout the school year, I-club adds to the diversity of campus life by organizing educational and entertaining events.
Events anticipated for the coming year are Taste of the World, World Food and Hunger Lecture Series and the Annual International Banquet that features a great evening, including a variety of international food cooked by the club members, entertainment from all around the world and a wonderful experience. Kaleidoscope is an organization that is dedicated to encouraging and educating the Hanover College community about diversity through cross-cultural and multicultural programming.
By hosting a very sizable array of events, kaleidoscope's programs range from speakers to festivals; trying to cover as many interesting issues or interesting aspects of specific cultures as possible. With weekly meetings, Kaleidoscope attempts to focus on the news, the media, culture, customs, history, etc. In coming together, in culturally changing times, Kaleidoscope will engage with the community with the goal of, not only individual growth, but as well as growth as a family.
In doing so, Kaleidoscope will discuss and address the different challenges of multiple ethnicities and prejudices, not only within the surrounding community, but within America and the surrounding world. There is always a way to get involved in Kaleidoscope!
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We strive to promote an open and accepting environment, support for those in our academic community, inform, educate, create social change, and promote diversity in the Hanover College community and the community outside Hanover College. Omnibus is a fully student-run organization offering students the opportunity to experience cultural, artistic, recreational, and educational events off campus. The group searches for activities via internet, mail, personal contacts, and previous events attended to develop a ballot that will be available to students for voting.
Omnibus will then offer a final roster of events that students will have the opportunity to attend. Look for the ballot and roster to be published within the first few weeks of school. Our organization is dedicated to providing the student body, faculty, and staff of Hanover College with a means to discuss issues of non-violence.
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Our intent is to raise awareness of current events, to expose alternatives to violence at home and abroad, to educate individuals on the value of non-violence, and to inspire individuals to consider and incorporate these alternatives in their own lives when facing a situation in which conflict may arise. The club celebrates all forms of media from all time periods, from the proto-fantasy of myth to the newest Marvel movies, and everything in between.
We believe that science-fiction and fantasy and all other forms of speculative fiction are an important part of today's culture and have a strong influence on the way we think about and interact with the world around us. And, of course, we think they're a lot of fun. The senior committee is a group of 10 seniors chosen by their classmates. The most important and visual job of the senior committee is the organization and fund raising for the senior class gift.
The other responsibilities include the organization of regular senior outings such as senior nights and a large senior get together towards the end of the year. Also, the committee is responsible for selecting a senior speaker for graduation and planning the alumni senior banquet.
We also participate in the quarterly alumni association board of directors meetings. We meet weekly for The Shoebox Board, comprised of students from the Business Scholars Program, oversees the student-run restaurant on campus, The Shoebox. Board members gain real-life experience in operating and marketing a business, and work alongside other student organizations to put on events and promotions to create a casual, relaxing, and fun place to eat and hang out at on campus.
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SisterSister is a special interest group which addresses the concerns of Multicultural women at Hanover College. Issues discussed include academics, career development, and standards of beauty, sexuality, relationships and self-esteem. This organization provides social and academic activities and a level of comfort for all women. Because SisterSister is designed to give its members a place to share their personal experiences with life, some things that may be confidential. Therefore, items discussed in meetings outside of regular organization business are kept confidential.
Sister 2 Sister; a different kind of sisterhood! Our mission is to be:. Campus Crusade for Christ is a world wide organization that exists to help fulfill the Great Commission by winning, building, and sending in the Power of the Holy Spirit. On a more local level, Hanover College CRU seeks to establish a biblically based, Christ centered, campus-wide movement. CRU accomplishes these goals by offering Tuesday night services in the WAC every week, a monthly Sunday night worship service, and frequent social events and service projects throughout the year. The purpose of CSO is to bring together and enrich the experience of Catholic students, and the student body as a whole by providing an opportunity to enrich our lives though faith, social, and community service events.
Faith events include weekly Mass on campus, as well as providing rides to Mass in town. Social activities provide opportunities to gather informally, and include holiday parties and the annual Fish Fry. Finally, community service events include a long-term project in addition to any short-term opportunities that may arise that would allow the group to benefit the campus, as well as the Hanover-Madison area. Delight seeks to establish a college women's community that grows together, serves together, learns together, and does life together while chasing the heart of God.
Delight is intentional about learning from one another through stories and experiences while potentially discovering or continuing to grow in relationships with Christ. Delight exists to be a place that any Hanover collegiate woman can grow in relationships with others, ask difficult questions, and find a strong community of Christians and non-Christians alike. Delight provides an opportunity for the women of Hanover to explore their faith in a nonjudgmental and open environment.
In addition, Delight will provide a variety of service opportunities each semester in order to help engage the Hanover campus and the local community. Delight hopes to equip the women of Hanover to give back through these service and fundraising activities. The Hanover College Fellowship of Christian Athletes is a student-run organization dedicated to connecting students and the entire Hanover College community to others, while growing through a network of support in Christ.
Through outreach events, weekly meetings, and a myriad of other activities, HCFCA wants to connect as many people to each other and most importantly grow relationships with Jesus Christ.
Although our organization is athletically oriented, anyone and everyone athlete or not is encouraged to attend. Hope to see you join us! God Bless! Come and join us for fun, learning, and spiritual growth! Enjoy guest speakers, retreats, fun weekend outings, holiday celebrations, fellowship and much, much more! We look forward to meeting you! We provided services for students who otherwise would not be able to have their religious needs met.
We maintained the prayer room with resources that were requested by the students. We have created an atmosphere that prompts students to find and build off the similarities of the faiths of their peers instead of allowing the Medias superficial barriers to affect each other. We also continued to have productive weekly meetings that pushed past the barriers that society has created through the Medias over exposure of the differences of the world's faiths.
ISA take students out to many places of faith and allows them to experience a day in the shoes of another. Shifting students outside their comfort zone, pushing their intellectual curiosity and answering any questions they may have on certain faiths. We have facilitated opportunities for students to understand faith past what can be taught in the Judeo-Christian bases of theology courses taught at Hanover. The Art Club provides an opportunity for students, faculty, and staff members to engage in various art-related activities.
Art club is a community organization that gives the Hanover College community a place to freely express their creativity and discover the corners of vast our imagination. We will be hosting fun events around campus to get the campus involved and to create a creative community of love and welcoming ideas. For the dedicated vocalists, Chamber Choir helps to further develop their musicianship. Entrance is by audition only and participation in Concert Choir is mandatory.
Most students in this select group of singers study voice privately. Chamber Choir rehearses twice a week for an hour and a half. Early music is an integral part of the repertoire, as well as madrigals and mass settings, and contemporary selections.
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This ensemble performs concerts per term and tours regionally, nationally, and internationally. Come share in the excitement of making music together!
The Concert Choir provides an energetic, enjoyable atmosphere for all who love to sing. They rehearse three times a week for an hour while allowing students to express themselves through the arts. Concert Choir performs a wide range of music, from 20th century secular to large choral masterworks.
They perform concerts per term and tour regionally, nationally, and internationally. Take advantage of this great opportunity to get involved! The HC Dolls is Hanover's dance team. We perform at halftime at athletic events to entertain and show our support of our fellow Panthers. We love to have fun, perform, and look good doing it! Hanover College's only Improv group. Our mission is to educate ourselves and Hanover's campus about improv.
The College-Community Orchestra is devoted to the preparation and performance of traditional and recent orchestral repertoire.