Political Science Professor Scott Boddery Begins Work on New Law Journal
Apr11

Political Science Professor Scott Boddery Begins Work on New Law Journal

By Lizzie Hobbs, Staff Writer Dr. Scott Boddery from Gettysburg’s Political Science Department has begun laying the groundwork for an incredibly exciting opportunity for undergraduate students with the new creation of the Law Journal of the Liberal Arts (LJLA). Boddery hopes that the journal will “encourage undergraduate legal research,” which he believes to be a greatly neglected field. Boddery, who majored in history during his time...

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Phi Beta Kappa Inducts 32 Seniors into Society
Apr06

Phi Beta Kappa Inducts 32 Seniors into Society

By Clinton Baugess, Secretary of Iota of Pennsylvania Chapter On Friday, March 29 Phi Beta Kappa inducted 32 new members into the Iota of Pennsylvania chapter of The Phi Beta Kappa Society at Gettysburg College. Senior students are elected to Phi Beta Kappa by the resident PBK members on campus. In additional to high academic achievement, members consider evidence of intellectual curiosity and academic integrity. Students inducted on...

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Problem of the Week: Another Nice Calculus Exam
Apr05

Problem of the Week: Another Nice Calculus Exam

By Department of Mathematics Editor’s Note: The Department of Mathematics at Gettysburg College hosts a problem of the week challenge to determine each semester’s Paul Mugabi problem-solving award recipient(s). Each week’s entries are scored by a panel of faculty judges, and winner(s) from each week will receive a Problem Of the Week (P.O.W.) button.  The Gettysburgian is not involved in or responsible for accepting or evaluating...

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Softball Splits Against Muhlenberg, Drops Both Against Messiah
Apr05

Softball Splits Against Muhlenberg, Drops Both Against Messiah

By Candace Means, Staff Writer On March 30, the Bullets softball team split a double-header against Muhlenberg College, dropping the first game, but bouncing back in game 2. The Bullets lost game one 2-0, but won game two 8-4, tallying eight runs, 12 hits and seven RBI. In game one, the Bullets were in an offensive slump, as they went three up, three down from the second inning until the fifth and only tallied two hits between the...

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Opinion: Golan Heights Should Remain Part of Israel
Apr04

Opinion: Golan Heights Should Remain Part of Israel

By Wellington Baumann, Columnist President Trump recently announced that he intends to recognize Israeli sovereignty over the Golan Heights.  This announcement falls in line with President Trump’s established pro-Israel foreign policy.  Yet, just like when President Trump recognized Jerusalem as Israel’s capital in 2017, various media outlets and politicians were quick to denounce Trump’s actions as a diplomatic blunder.  Why is...

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