Adult Supervision, Diversity & Inclusion, and Hula Hoops: Candidates Discuss the Issues at Presidential, Vice Presidential Forums
Apr09

Adult Supervision, Diversity & Inclusion, and Hula Hoops: Candidates Discuss the Issues at Presidential, Vice Presidential Forums

By Gauri Mangala, News Editor The Monday, Apr. 8 Student Senate meeting was consumed by election forums for the body’s presidential and vice presidential elections, which began Monday evening and continue through Sunday. Voters can click here to vote. The forums were moderated by The Gettysburgian‘s editor-in-chief, Benjamin Pontz ’20. The presidential candidates, Secretary Marisa Balanda ‘21, Senator Patrick McKenna...

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Senate Committee on Greek Life Conducts Interviews As It Works to Bridge ‘Divide’
Apr07

Senate Committee on Greek Life Conducts Interviews As It Works to Bridge ‘Divide’

By Gauri Mangala, News Editor The Senate Committee on Greek Life (SCOGL) has spent the semester conducting interviews with both those involved and not involved with Greek life. The committee, which Student Senate President Nick Arbaugh ’20 convened late last semester, is charged “to study the social environment and interactions between both constituent populations of the campus and divine ways with which to better the...

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A Brief Agenda for Student Senate: Impeachment Amendment Returns to the Floor
Apr05

A Brief Agenda for Student Senate: Impeachment Amendment Returns to the Floor

By Gauri Mangala, News Editor The Monday, April 1 meeting of Student Senate saw a short agenda. The governing body saw the reintroduction of the constitutional amendment regarding the grounds for impeachment proceedings. The amendment was reintroduced to include the phrase “the values of Gettysburg College” as introduced by Senator Jackie Crowley ’20 but did not add back the redacted statement that expands on the...

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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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