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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WGS Lecture Series: Southern Comfort
Mar14

WGS Lecture Series: Southern Comfort

By  Kaley Michael, Staff Writer This week’s segment of the Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Lecture Series included the viewing of the 2001 award-winning documentary, Southern Comfort. The film narrates the final days of Robert Eads, a transsexual man dying of ovarian and cervical cancer in the woodlands of Georgia. He spends his final days surrounded by his biological family and his “brotherhood”, as well as his girlfriend, Lola....

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DPS Crime Log: Jan. 29-Feb. 26, 2019
Mar04

DPS Crime Log: Jan. 29-Feb. 26, 2019

Compiled by Kaley Michael, Staff Writer January 29, 2019 (Tuesday) Sex Offenses: Rape at Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Closed – Referred to Title IX Director February 1, 2019 (Friday) All Other Offenses: Possession of Drug Paraphernalia at Stine Hall; Closed – Referred to SRR February 2, 2019 (Saturday) Liquor Laws – Underage Consumption, Underage Possession, Furnishing to a minor; All other Offenses – Possession of...

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WGS Lecture Series: ‘My Great Grandmother’s Role in the American Suffrage Movement’
Mar03

WGS Lecture Series: ‘My Great Grandmother’s Role in the American Suffrage Movement’

By Kaley Michael, Staff Writer The Women and Gender Studies series continued this week with a lecture from Dora Lewis Townsend entitled “My Great Grandmother’s Role in the American Suffrage Movement.” Townsend, an Adams County resident of 45 years and Baltimore Native, received her bachelor’s degree from Boston University School of Public Communications. She has worked at the York Adams Mental Health Clinic and for the Center for...

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