Analyzing the travel ban
Feb28

Analyzing the travel ban

By Wellington Baumann, Contributing Writer President Trump’s first month has been full of controversial executive orders, the most prominent of which is a major piece of immigration reform. Effective as of January 27th, immigrants from Syria, Iran, Iraq, Libya, Sudan, Yemen and Somalia are barred from entering the United States for 90 days. In addition, all refugees are barred for 120 days, however, Syrian refugees are banned...

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Executive board members of Student Senate hope for productivity at next meeting
Feb27

Executive board members of Student Senate hope for productivity at next meeting

By Daniella Snyder, Editor in Chief Luke Frigon, executive treasurer of Student Senate, hopes to see productive solutions result during tonight’s Senate meeting, in light of a heated discussion last week surrounding the role of club representatives within the senate. Frigon sees the frustration from both the club representatives and the executive board: he sympathizes with the club representatives who have expressed feeling...

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Dear Nike: Please “Just Do” less
Jul03

Dear Nike: Please “Just Do” less

  By Daniella Snyder, Editor-in-Chief Wimbledon women, who haven’t been paid equal prize money to their male counterparts in over forty years, now have a new problem on their hands: Nike, the iconic athletic wear company who constantly strikes deals with female athletes around the globe, is trying to put world-star female tennis competitors in dresses that my grandmother wore in the 1940s. But really, though. The dresses most...

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Quizbowl team quickly conquers competition
Feb24

Quizbowl team quickly conquers competition

By Daniella Snyder, Web Content Manager Try this trivia question on for size: This character admonishes another to not show others the “the steep and thorny way to heaven” while treading the “primrose path of dalliance.” In one scene, this character hands out flowers and herbs but keeps rue to herself. A character picks up a skull at this character’s burial, at which this character’s brother jumps into the grave. Got it figured out...

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Students of Gettysburg
Dec02

Students of Gettysburg

By Daniella Snyder, Staff Writer “I started volunteering at the local animal shelter because I love dogs and all animals more than anything. I have two dogs at home, and I treat them like family members. When I got to Gettysburg, I figured it was the perfect opportunity to get a chance to play with dogs, cats, pigs, and whatever else walks into the shelter and care for them until they find the perfect home.” -Emma Mugford,...

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