Relay for Life Brings Students Together to Fight Cancer
Mar25

Relay for Life Brings Students Together to Fight Cancer

By Maddie Neiman, Staff Writer Starting Friday night and continuing into early Saturday morning, Gettysburg students and some community members gathered together in the Bream Wright Hauser Athletic Complex to help fight cancer in the campus’s annual Relay for Life. Organized by Colleges Against Cancer, this year’s Relay for Life raised over $28,000 (not including a few scholarship donations) that will help the American Cancer Society...

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Sammy Adams Named 2018 Springfest Artist
Feb17

Sammy Adams Named 2018 Springfest Artist

By Maddie Neiman, Staff Writer At the Tropics Party in The Attic on Saturday, the Campus Activities Board announced that this year’s headliner for Springfest will be the hip-hop recording artist Sammy Adams. Adams is known best for his single “All Night Longer,” which went viral on YouTube, and for being featured on Enrique Iglesias’s “Finally Found You.” Other notable singles by the Massachusetts-born artist include “L.A. Story”...

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Dodging the Bullet: Resolutions for a New Semester
Jan20

Dodging the Bullet: Resolutions for a New Semester

By Maddie Neiman, Staff Writer The beginning of a new year also means the beginning of a new semester, and as I plan my goals and aspirations for 2018, I am making some specific (and maybe somewhat unrealistic) resolutions for my spring at Gettysburg. Of course, my list begins with the classic promises to eat healthier and work out more. While on campus, this translates to scheduling my intake of Servo cookies to (at most) once a week...

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Celebrating Diversity and Community at Burgburst 2017
Dec04

Celebrating Diversity and Community at Burgburst 2017

By Maddie Neiman, Staff Writer On Saturday, students and faculty, along with their family and friends, gathered in the CUB Ballroom for Burgburst, an annual celebration of cultural diversity and the multicultural community at Gettysburg. Decorated with flags and a global theme, the ballroom was bustling with attendees, searching for seats at the packed tables and joining the impressive lines at the food stations. Nine different...

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Faculty Spotlight: Judicial Expert Scott Boddery Joins Gettysburg Faculty
Oct24

Faculty Spotlight: Judicial Expert Scott Boddery Joins Gettysburg Faculty

By Maddie Neiman, Staff Writer Earlier this year, Professor Scott Boddery joined the Gettysburg College faculty as an assistant professor in the political science department. Replacing Professor Ken Mott, who retired last spring after more than 50 years at Gettysburg, Dr. Boddery has quite the shoes to fill, but the new tenure-track faculty member has strong qualifications and, as importantly, an enthusiasm for political science and...

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