Retiring Next Month, Berg Considers: “What Has it All Meant?”
Apr27

Retiring Next Month, Berg Considers: “What Has it All Meant?”

By Gauri Mangala, Co-Features Editor Temma Berg, an English Professor of 33 years, will be retiring from Gettysburg College this May. While an English Professor, Berg is heavily involved in Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies program, and is known for teaching courses in which the two studies intersect. When asked what made her chart a path to teach WGS, Berg said, “I grew up in a time period with a lot of change, and I wanted...

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DPS Crime Log: April 9-22, 2018
Apr25

DPS Crime Log: April 9-22, 2018

Compiled by Gauri Mangala, Assistant News Editor April 9, 2018 (Monday) All Other Offenses: Trespass at Sigma Chi; Closed – No Identifiable Suspect April 10, 2018 (Tuesday) Larceny: Theft From Buildings at Jaeger Center; Closed – No Suspects or Witnesses April 11, 2018 (Wednesday) Nothing to report April 12, 2018 (Thursday) Liquor Laws: Underage Possession, Liquor Laws: Underage Consumption at Stevens Hall; Closed: Referred to Office...

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Amid Reports of Election Rules Violations, Senate Launches Investigation
Apr20

Amid Reports of Election Rules Violations, Senate Launches Investigation

The TL;DR Haley Gluhanich ‘19 and Marisa Balanda ‘21 are denying accusations that they intimidated voters during the Student Senate President and Vice President election held in early April. The Gettysburgian has spoken with four first-year residents of Paul Hall who claim that they were handed a phone by either Gluhanich or Balanda and asked to vote. The Student Senate has been “investigating claims of candidates breaking...

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Students Plan Walkout to Highlight Gun Violence
Apr19

Students Plan Walkout to Highlight Gun Violence

By Gauri Mangala, Assistant News Editor On Friday, April 20, the 19th anniversary of the Columbine High School shooting, Gettysburg College will be holding the “Gettysburg Against Gun Violence” walkout, in partnership with Peace and Justice Week. At 10:00 a.m. members of the Gettysburg College community are asked to meet in front of Penn Hall and to wear black. Student speakers from a diverse array of backgrounds will be speaking...

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Fly Fishing Club Sought Senate Re-Recognition. Senate Did Not Bite.
Apr16

Fly Fishing Club Sought Senate Re-Recognition. Senate Did Not Bite.

By Gauri Mangala, Assistant News Editor A request for club recognition proved contentious at the Student Senate’s April 16 meeting, but other business passed with little discussion and without opposition. President Luke Frigon ‘18 opened the meeting by announcing that Senator Alex Xie has been removed from Senator status, due to an attendance issue. Vice President Aimee Bosman ‘18 announced that there were 630 votes in the...

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