New Cult Forms Surrounding “Servo” Celebrity
Apr01

New Cult Forms Surrounding “Servo” Celebrity

By Natalie Orga, Contributing Writer Everyone loves Regina from Servo. But how much love is too much? Last week, a student reported seeing candlelight emanating from a classroom in Glatfelter Lodge. Upon further inspection, the student, who wishes to remain anonymous, found that a fire was blazing inside, and a circle of about a dozen prancing students had formed around it. The students, none of whom could be identified due to the...

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DPS Confirms: Fashion Can Be Criminal
Apr01

DPS Confirms: Fashion Can Be Criminal

By Natalie Orga, Contributing Writer This month, a ground-breaking decision was made within the Department of Public Safety regarding Gettysburg College students, and it may have dire consequences for fraternity brothers. After long discussions about morality and clothing, it has been agreed upon that the act of tucking sweatpants into socks is now an offense punishable for up to four points. This fashion atrocity will be stamped on...

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Dodging the Bullet: A Broken Ankle and Finding a Family
Aug27

Dodging the Bullet: A Broken Ankle and Finding a Family

By Natalie Orga, Contributing Writer It is high noon on Friday, August 18th. The temperature: 91 degrees. The humidity is oppressive, a film that clings to the skin. A girl lays sprawled on the burning sidewalk in front of the Gettysburg College Health Center, her back against the rough brick, one leg folded at an awkward angle. Sweat plasters her clothes to her body as she dials a number on her phone. No response. Her ankle is...

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