Board of Directors Denies Gluhanich’s Appeal. She Will Not Be Permitted To Run in New Presidential Election.
Apr23

Board of Directors Denies Gluhanich’s Appeal. She Will Not Be Permitted To Run in New Presidential Election.

By Gauri Mangala, Assistant News Editor, Benjamin Pontz, Managing News Editor, and Jamie Welch, Editor-in-Chief The Gettysburg College Student Senate Board of Directors denied an appeal by Haley Gluhanich ‘19 to overturn the results of a Senate election investigation that found her responsible for violating Senate election rules, upholding the decision by Vice President Aimee Bosman ‘18 to nullify the presidential election and to bar...

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Student Senate to Hold New President, Secretary Elections in Wake of Allegations of Voter Intimidation
Apr23

Student Senate to Hold New President, Secretary Elections in Wake of Allegations of Voter Intimidation

The TL;DR Vice President Aimee Bosman has come to the decision to hold new elections for Student Senate president and secretary, due to the sufficient evidence of voter intimidation on the parts of Haley Gluhanich ‘19 and Marisa Balanda ‘21. Balanda will be able to re-run for secretary, while Bosman has currently barred Gluhanich from running for president. Both had the ability to appeal the decision. Gluhanich has appealed Bosman’s...

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Women’s Tennis Wins Against Mules
Apr22

Women’s Tennis Wins Against Mules

By Alex Petrecca, Staff Writer The Gettysburg College women’s tennis team swept Centennial Conference rival Muhlenberg College 9-0 Saturday. This victory was the fourth for the Lady Bullets this season, making their overall record 4-8 and conference record 3-3. The Bullets are currently tied for sixth in the Centennial Conference alongside Dickinson College. Gettysburg started the day strong in the doubles section of the contest. In...

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Opinion: Not a Laughing Matter: Greek Life’s Perspective on Sexual Assault Awareness
Apr17

Opinion: Not a Laughing Matter: Greek Life’s Perspective on Sexual Assault Awareness

By Colin Kowalski and Emma Stejbach, Guest Columnists Given the recent article “13 Places Safer than FIJI Basement on Friday Night” in the April Fools’ Edition of The Gettysburgian, and the fact that April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, the governing bodies of Greek Life, the Interfraternity Council and the Panhellenic Council, would like to share insight into what the Greek community is doing to foster critical conversation and...

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Bullet Shot: Erica Paul
Apr16

Bullet Shot: Erica Paul

This past weekend, the women’s tennis team had an impressive performance, sweeping Bryn Mawr 9-0. Senior Erica Paul contributed to the win by not only winning her doubles match with senior Erin Sweeney, but her singles match as well. Paul was sidelined her junior season with an injury, but has come back for her final season with strong showings. Paul has had individual victories at number three singles against Ursinus, Bryn Mawr, and...

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