Junior programs a new skill for Amazon Echo
May12

Junior programs a new skill for Amazon Echo

By Kayla Britt, MS&T Editor Junior Skyler Ehly always found himself asking, “What’s at Servo?” or “What’s the Bullet special today?” He owned an Amazon Echo, which he and his housemates in Blue Note used pretty often, and decided to research how to become an Amazon Developer. He found himself busy with classes, but while he was abroad in England the following semester he had some free time on his hands. He chose to spend his free...

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The message every sensitive college student needs to hear
May12

The message every sensitive college student needs to hear

By Andy Milone, Web Content Editor The college major and GPA is overrated; it does not define you. The job of the full time student is not to know exactly the direction in which life is headed. Instead, the responsibility of the full time student is to go with the flow and not let the events, words and actions of others affect you in a modern day society where a majority of students are too sensitive and let unfortunate events control...

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News from the library:  Stress, reading recommendatons and  finals week
May08

News from the library: Stress, reading recommendatons and finals week

By Musselman Library Staff Stress Relief and Finals Study Break at Musselman Library It’s just about that time of year again—final exams are looming on the horizon! Cue the late-night studying, the long term papers, and…the stress. Musselman Library knows that this is a pressure-filled time for students, so at the end of every semester the library hosts a Finals Study Break. At the study break, students will be able to enjoy some...

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Bullets continue to improve as they look towards conferences
May07

Bullets continue to improve as they look towards conferences

By Andy Milone, Web Content Editor Senior captain Nate Wojick won a highly contested 800 meter run as he took down a contest filled with Division II and III athletes at the Shippensburg Paul Kaiser Classic this past Saturday. His time of 1:52.24 strengthened his first place lead in the Centennial Conference, but it also pushed him to 15th in all of Division III across the nation. The team will compete at the Conference Championships...

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Senior capstone spotlight: Celina Harris ‘17
May05

Senior capstone spotlight: Celina Harris ‘17

By Kayla Britt, MS&T Editor Gettysburgians will present their research projects and experiences through independent study, study abroad and the arts at the annual Celebration symposium. One of these students is Celina Harris, a senior chemistry major. Her research project is focused on gold nanoparticles, a desirable material used for bioengineering. Junior Fontaine McFeaters will be copresenting with Harris. Their specific...

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