Photo Gallery: Robert Iuliano’s First Weekend at Gettysburg
Feb14

Photo Gallery: Robert Iuliano’s First Weekend at Gettysburg

This slideshow requires JavaScript. Photos by Mary Frasier, Director of Photography & Samantha Hann, Staff Photographer Captions by Benjamin Pontz ’20 and Gettysburgian...

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More than a Wall: Personal Account of an Immersion Trip to the U.S.-Mexico Border
Feb04

More than a Wall: Personal Account of an Immersion Trip to the U.S.-Mexico Border

By Mary Frasier, Staff Writer When deciding to apply for the El Paso, Texas/Mexico Immersion Project with the Center for Public Service, I thought it would be a great learning opportunity. Although I am a Political Science major and actively immerse myself in current events, I still felt ill-informed about current immigration policy and wanted a hands-on experience to truly comprehend what was happening at our nation’s border. The...

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George Rable Delivers 57th Annual Robert Fortenbaugh Memorial Lecture
Nov27

George Rable Delivers 57th Annual Robert Fortenbaugh Memorial Lecture

By Mary Frasier, Staff Writer On Monday, Nov. 19, the 57 Annual Robert Fortenbaugh Memorial Lecture took place at the Majestic Theater. The event is held in memory of Professor Robert Fortenbaugh, who taught in history department at Gettysburg College for over thirty years. The lecture takes place on Nov. 19 every year, in order to honor the anniversary of the Gettysburg Address. The Civil War Institute and History Department...

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Greek Life Discusses Cultural Appropriation in Halloween Costumes

By Mary Frasier, Director of Photography On Tuesday, Oct. 26, in CUB 260, the Diversity Peer Educators presented the event “Cultural Appropriation and Offensive Halloween Costumes.” This presentation was supported by the Gettysburg African Student Association, the International Club, and the Muslim Student Association. The Panhellenic Council began by introducing themselves and giving short descriptions of what their positions and...

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Lopez Delivers 2018 Hesburgh Lecture on Peacebuilding
Apr20

Lopez Delivers 2018 Hesburgh Lecture on Peacebuilding

By Mary Frasier, Staff Writer On Thursday evening, April 12, in Mara Auditorium the Gettysburg Notre Dame Club held its 2018 Hesburgh Alumni Lecture. The event was co-sponsored by the Economics, Africana Studies, Globalization Studies, and the Center for Religious and Spiritual Life on campus. This year’s featured speaker was Dr. George Lopez, who holds the Rev. Theodore M. Hesburgh, C.S.C., Chair in Peace Studies at the Kroc...

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