Review: ‘Podunk Moon’ by Erin Geil
Aug30

Review: ‘Podunk Moon’ by Erin Geil

By Katherine Lentz, Arts & Entertainment Editor Erin Geil’s ‘Podunk Moon’ is simultaneously a punch in the gut, and a delight to experience. A poetry anthology is not typically the first thing I would reach for on a bookshelf, but this collection, complete with a snippet from Geil’s first full length novel, ‘The Great American,’ managed to thoroughly entertain me. While the subject matter of some of the poems is not laden with...

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Movies to Expect in the Next Three Months
Mar28

Movies to Expect in the Next Three Months

By Katherine Lentz, A&E Editor 2018 is a big year for movies, as evidenced by the record breaking ‘Black Panther,’ and the current #2 box-office hit, ‘A Wrinkle In Time.’ But the year isn’t over yet, so below are some of the other most highly anticipated films of the first half of the year. ‘Pacific Rim Uprising’ – March 23 The original Pacific Rim, directed by Guillermo del Toro, had a lot to offer Sci-Fi fans: giant fighting...

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Annabelle: Creation: Orphans Have Never Had it Worse
Sep02

Annabelle: Creation: Orphans Have Never Had it Worse

By Katherine Lentz, A&E Editor Annabelle: Creation is the fourth installment of the Creation series – a prequel that doesn’t advance the overall story, but fits the bill for people seeking a good fright. Despite its relatively unimaginative plot, Annabelle: Creation has enough frightful elements to ensure horror fans’ spines are curling up like autumn leaves as the protagonists become more and more entrenched within the sinister...

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The origins of the unity posters in college houses
Mar05

The origins of the unity posters in college houses

By Katherine Lentz, A&E Editor Democrat or Republican, Independent or Libertarian, we’ve all been witness to increasing tensions not only in the Gettysburg community but also in the country as a whole. Combating the divisiveness that has taken over our nation without taking a political stance has proven difficult for many people. However, Assistant Director of Residential & First-Year Programs, Julia Collett, collaborated with...

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