Gettysburgian to Host New York Times Reporter Elizabeth Williamson
Feb13

Gettysburgian to Host New York Times Reporter Elizabeth Williamson

On Friday, Feb. 15, beginning at 4:30 p.m. in the Penn Hall Lyceum, The Gettysburgian will host its belated semester kickoff event, which will feature Elizabeth Williamson, D.C. Features Reporter for the New York Times. The event is free and open to the public, and light refreshments will be provided. Williamson will discuss her career in journalism, which has also included stops at the Wall Street Journal and the Washington Post, and...

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Opinion:  Super Bowl Review
Feb12

Opinion: Super Bowl Review

By Hank Hahne, Staff Writer Super Bowl LIII proved to be a disappointing display for the NFL, advertisers, and just about everyone except the New England Patriots and their fans last Sunday. The Patriots clinched their sixth Super Bowl title over the Los Angeles Rams in a 13-3 victory, the lowest final score in the big game to date. The football itself could be regarded as a strong display of defensive football, but to others the game...

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First-Years Present Seminar Research at CAFE Symposium
Feb07

First-Years Present Seminar Research at CAFE Symposium

By Taylor-Jo Russo, Staff Writer The annual CAFÉ Symposium was held Wednesday, Feb. 6 from 4:30-6:00 p.m. in the CUB Ballroom. The symposium is an annual event held for faculty-nominated First-Year students to showcase their research from their participation in their respective First-Year Seminars. Students are instructed to take their research and turn it into a poster display for the event to use as a talking piece. As the event is...

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Musselman Updates: Summer Internship
Feb07

Musselman Updates: Summer Internship

By Musselman Library Summer Internship: Special Collections and College Archives at Musselman Library invites current Gettysburg College students, including seniors who will graduate in May, to submit applications for the Diane Werley Smith ’73 summer internship in Special Collections. This paid internship is available to an undergraduate who is interested in exploring special collections, archives, public history, or museum studies...

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Bullet Shot: Alec Warren
Feb06

Bullet Shot: Alec Warren

By Candace Means, Staff Writer Despite the Bullets Men’s Basketball Team 53-75 loss against Haverford last Saturday, Senior Captain Alec Warren is optimistic about the team’s future. The Bullets started off strong, but began to fall behind after the first quarter. With an impressive 65.1% shooting average, the Fords soon gained a clear lead over the Bullets. Senior and Captain Alec Warren, hailing from Shawnee High School in Medford,...

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