Freedom of Expression Philosophy a Trojan Horse
Feb11

Freedom of Expression Philosophy a Trojan Horse

By Christian Lansinger, Guest Columnist Although initially gathering a preponderance of support among the campus community, the college’s recently drafted Freedom of Expression Philosophy is beginning to encounter serious criticism about its true impact and intent. As the draft inches closer to a vote in the Student Senate, ordinarily silent individuals such as myself are coming to the realization that this draft does precisely the...

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Blue Dog Democrat Refuses to Bark over Trump Speech
Feb10

Blue Dog Democrat Refuses to Bark over Trump Speech

By Andrew Knight, Guest Columnist For many of us, watching President Donald Trump deliver his first State of the Union address was a tough pill to swallow. President Trump’s speech marked the beginning of only the second year in what has already been one of the most tumultuous presidencies in recent history. Although the President seemed to have employed the use of a capable speechwriter and, perhaps more surprisingly, managed to...

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Bullet Shot: Kate Hegwood
Feb09

Bullet Shot: Kate Hegwood

By Brody Tennant, Contributing Writer The Gettysburg College women’s swim team started the season out with a bang, winning their first five meets. Following their long break from competition, the Bullets have been handed two losses by Mary Washington and Swarthmore. As they look towards the Centennial Conference Championships, the Lady Bullets are looking to turn this stretch around. Leading the way is senior Kate Hegwood, who is one...

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Editorial: In Support of the Freedom of Expression Philosophy
Feb08

Editorial: In Support of the Freedom of Expression Philosophy

By The Gettysburgian Editorial Board THE ISSUE: Last spring, members of the Gettysburg campus community expressed a range of viewpoints after the college allowed Robert Spencer, Director of Jihad Watch, to give a speech entitled “The Political Ramifications of Islamic Fundamentalism.” The college invited Dr. Todd Green, Associate Professor of Religion at Luther College, to give a speech entitled “Professional...

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Women’s track dominates at DuCharme Invite
Feb08

Women’s track dominates at DuCharme Invite

By Alex Petrecca, Staff Writer The Gettysburg College women’s indoor track and field team had its third meet of the season at Dickinson College at the Ducharme Invitational Saturday. The team had a great day across the board continuing its season with many strong performances against Centennial Conference foes and other regional teams. Beginning the team’s day junior Sarah Rinehart was the first collegiate finisher in the 5000 meter...

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