College Remembers Beloved Athletic Trainer Kerry Garrett
Dec06

College Remembers Beloved Athletic Trainer Kerry Garrett

By Noelle Zimmerman, Co-Features Editor and Elizabeth Hilfrank, Co-Sports Editor Kerry Garrett died at age 40 in her home on November 16, 2017. Garrett was diagnosed with, cholangiocacinoma, a form of liver bile duct cancer in June of 2016. She served as a member of Gettysburg College’s Athletic Training staff, and everyone who knew her loved her. Throughout her year-and-a-half battle with the disease, Garrett continued to work. She...

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The Spirits of Stevens Hall
Nov18

The Spirits of Stevens Hall

By Noelle Zimmerman, Staff Writer Gettysburg College is very unique for many reasons, one of which is the supposed ghosts that haunt our campus. We all know the story of the blue boy, although there may be some confusion as to what is true and what is false. Stevens Hall, according to a blog about haunts and history, used to be a girls’ school called Pennsylvania College Prep School. The story goes that a young boy fled from his home...

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10 Pieces of Advice from an Upperclassman to a First-Year
Aug25

10 Pieces of Advice from an Upperclassman to a First-Year

By Noelle Zimmerman, Staff Writer It is the moment you have all been waiting for. It is time for you to leave the place that you have called home for so many years and dive into the great unknown. We have all been there, and at the end of the day it simply is not possible to explain what to expect. Although upperclassmen were in your shoes just a few short years ago, they definitely remember cringe-worthy and embarrassing moments that...

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