RFYP Establishes New House Leader Selection Process
Apr05

RFYP Establishes New House Leader Selection Process

By Gauri Mangala, News Editor The position of College House Leader will be more aligned with the role of Resident Assistants and Residence Coordinators both in terms of responsibilities and finances. The move comes as part of the third year of the College House Strategic Plan. In past years, College Houses (known previously as Theme Houses and Spark Houses) have been given more freedom in the decision-making both of who lives in the...

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Protesting ‘Implicit Racism’ in Art Curriculum, Students Remove Their Work from Juried Exhibition
Apr02

Protesting ‘Implicit Racism’ in Art Curriculum, Students Remove Their Work from Juried Exhibition

By Gauri Mangala & Benjamin Pontz Student artists have removed nine of their works from the Juried Student Exhibition in Schmucker Art Gallery to protest what they say is the Art & Art History department’s failure to “recognize the voices of marginalized identities.” According to a letter sent to The Gettysburgian by Angelique Acevedo ’19 and Lars Healy ’20 on behalf of the protesting student...

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April Fools: Phi Beta Kappa Receives “Gettysburg Great” in Greek Evaluations
Apr01

April Fools: Phi Beta Kappa Receives “Gettysburg Great” in Greek Evaluations

By Gauri Mangala, News Editor In a strong shift in Greek life on Gettysburg College’s campus, Phi Beta Kappa, the co-ed fraternity has soared above the rest in receiving a Gettysburg Great on its evaluation, with a 4.2 GPA. This year marks the fifth full year in evaluation processes, but the first for the organization. While each Greek organization attended at least two academic events, Phi Beta Kappa attended over 200, including...

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April Fools: Gettysburgian Editors Receive Ten Points
Apr01

April Fools: Gettysburgian Editors Receive Ten Points

By Gauri Mangala, News Editor This past week, four Gettysburgian editors were found by the Department of Public Safety in the Masters Fountain, outside of Plank Gym. The four editors in question were easily identified due to their fashionable gray quarter-zips. “Everyone knows better than to jump into the fountain,” stated one student witness of the event. The editors all received 10 points each and have been expelled. Due to the...

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