Men’s Golf Finishes Ninth of 17 at Mason-Dixon Collegiate
Oct13

Men’s Golf Finishes Ninth of 17 at Mason-Dixon Collegiate

By Garrett Glaeser, Staff Writer The Men’s Golf Team ended their fall season this past weekend with a ninth place finish out of 17 at the Mason-Dixon Collegiate at The Bridges Golf Club. The team leaders were Jimmy Harcourt and Dane Sethre-Hofstad, who both finished at +8, tied for 18th.  Danny Harcourt added a 19th place finish, with a +9. “We did not play up to our potential this past weekend,” said sophomore Jimmy Harcourt, adding,...

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Football Picks Up First Win of the Season
Oct12

Football Picks Up First Win of the Season

By Ethan Silverstein, Staff Writer Gettysburg beat Juniata 33-17 for their first win of the season.  Not only was this the team’s first win, but it was also head coach Kevin Burke’s first win as Gettysburg’s head coach. “I’m just happy for our kids. They did a great job and deserve it,” said Coach Burke. The offense racked up 370 total yards in an impressive showing in sophomore quarterback Mike Welsh’s first game back.  Welsh went...

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Dr. Edward Ayers Encourages Us to Ask Questions about the Civil War
Oct09

Dr. Edward Ayers Encourages Us to Ask Questions about the Civil War

By Lizzie Hobbs, Contributing Writer On Wednesday, October 3, the Civil War Era Studies Department hosted their annual Lincoln Lyceum Lecture, this year featuring Pulitzer Prize nominee and 2018 Gilder-Lehrman Lincoln Prize winner Edward Ayers. Dr. Ayers currently serves as the Tucker-Boatwright Professor of the Humanities at the University of Richmond, where he formerly served as the university’s president. The topic of this year’s...

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Texting and Walking, a Dangerous Habit
Oct09

Texting and Walking, a Dangerous Habit

By Angely Arriaza, Contributing Writer Many people keep their heads down instead of up when crossing the street. According to a Governors Highway Safety Association report, in 2016 about 6,000 pedestrians were injured by texting and walking. “Yes, I text and walk,” said Amanda Hansen ‘22. “I text and walk because it gives me something to do and most of the time I am having a conversation with someone on my phone and don’t want to talk...

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Reading Days Library Hours and Construction Updates
Oct07

Reading Days Library Hours and Construction Updates

By Musselman Library If you’re staying on campus for Reading Days, Musselman Library’s hours will be: Friday, October 5 — close at 5 p.m.; Saturday, October 6 – open 12 p.m. – 6 p.m.; Sunday, October 7 – open 12 p.m. – 6 p.m.; Monday, October 8 – open 8 a.m. – 11 p.m.; Tuesday, October 9— open at 8 a.m.—Resume 24-hour access. The Research Help Desk will be closed during Reading Days, but if you need research help on Monday or...

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