Three Candidates Will Vie for Senate Presidency, Two for Vice Presidency
Apr07

Three Candidates Will Vie for Senate Presidency, Two for Vice Presidency

By Kaley Michael, Staff Writer The elections for the Senate President and Vice President positions will begin tomorrow, Monday, Apr. 8 at 9:00 p.m., and end at midnight on Sunday, Apr. 14.  For the second consecutive year, The Gettysburgian will host a candidate forum tomorrow at the Senate meeting. During this debate, candidates will be answer questions posed by Editor-in-Chief Benjamin Pontz ‘20. Discussing the panel, Pontz stated, ...

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WGS Lecture Series: Barlett Sparks Gender Development and Identity Discussion
Apr04

WGS Lecture Series: Barlett Sparks Gender Development and Identity Discussion

By Kaley Michael, Staff Writer Professor Natalie Barlett of the Psychology Department discussed gender development at this week’s Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Lecture. Barlett, who specializes in Child Development, uses her research to understand the correlates and predictors of relational aggression in childhood and adolescence. She is also studying the developmental process that occurs with Emerging Adulthood and teaches WGS...

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WGS Lecture Series: Textbook Affordability
Apr03

WGS Lecture Series: Textbook Affordability

By Kaley Michael, Staff Writer Bouncing back from spring break, the Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Lecture Series brought into discussion the topic of textbook affordability through Sarah Appedu ‘18. Now the Scholarly Communications Assistant at Musselman Library, the first-generation college alumn is using her skills to communicate textbook affordability through the viewpoint of social justice. Her presentation, entitled...

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Nations Shaped by Media in XIX Century Latin America
Apr02

Nations Shaped by Media in XIX Century Latin America

By Kaley Michael, Staff Wrier Interim Chair of the Spanish Department, Professor Alvaro Kaempfer, spoke on Monday, March 25 about “Nations Shaped by Media in XIX Century Latin America.” Dr. Kaempfer, who also serves as the Chair of Globalization Studies, teaches courses ranging from Individualized Study-Research to Intermediate Portuguese, alongside his Globalization and Spanish classes. His scholarly research aims to explicate the...

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Satisfactory Fraternities, Above Average Sororities: Greek Evaluation Reports Released
Mar26

Satisfactory Fraternities, Above Average Sororities: Greek Evaluation Reports Released

By Kaley Michael, Staff Writer All but one fraternity – Sigma Chi – received a “satisfactory” rating per the 2018 Chapter Evaluations, whereas the Office of Student Activities and Greek Life (OSAGL) deemed all sororities except Gamma Phi Beta “above average.”   Unlike last year, when Sigma Sigma Sigma obtained a “Gettysburg Great” rating, this year’s chapters did not reach that benchmark. Albeit point values are...

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