Perry Talks Immigration, Gun Control in “On Target” Interview
Feb21

Perry Talks Immigration, Gun Control in “On Target” Interview

The TL;DR Perry will seek election in the new 10th congressional district after the PA Supreme Court released a new map earlier this week. Perry is open to an immigration deal that includes a permanent protected status for beneficiaries of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program if it includes border security measures. Perry does not support banning the AR-15. Perry on why he voted against the budget deal: “I...

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Hanson Residents Will Receive $250 Compensation Due to Mold
Feb19

Hanson Residents Will Receive $250 Compensation Due to Mold

By Benjamin Pontz, Managing News Editor Residents of Hanson Hall, a first-year residence hall affected by mold that is currently being remediated, will receive $250 in compensation to “defray the costs of relocation and cleaning,” Associate Dean of College Life for Residential and First-Year Programs Keira Kant said in an email to Hanson Hall residents Monday morning. “While I realize this may not be the outcome that...

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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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Women’s Basketball Earns Number One Seed in Conference
Feb17

Women’s Basketball Earns Number One Seed in Conference

By Brody Tennant, Contributing Writer The Gettysburg College women’s basketball clinched the number one seed in the Centennial Conference Saturday after their 78-31 win against Bryn Mawr College. The victory brought the team’s conference record to 17-1 and their overall record to 21-2, and the team has been given the privilege to host both the semifinals and Centennial Conference Championships in its own Bream Gym. Behind...

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The Gettysburgian Wins Top Honors from PA NewsMedia Association
Feb16

The Gettysburgian Wins Top Honors from PA NewsMedia Association

Staff Report In the annual Student Keystone Press Awards contest administered by the Pennsylvania NewsMedia Association, The Gettysburgian received recognition in three categories. The publication’s coverage of Robert Spencer’s May 2017 visit to Gettysburg College and related events including a solidarity rally and a lecture by Dr. Todd Green won first place for ongoing news. Staffers Benjamin Pontz, Joshua Wagner,...

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College Apologizes for Cold Water Surcharge on Apple, Musselman Washing Machines
Feb07

College Apologizes for Cold Water Surcharge on Apple, Musselman Washing Machines

By Jamie Welch, Editor-in-Chief When new washing machines were installed in the laundry rooms of Apple and Musselman Halls over winter break, students hoped that the inconsistency and frequent maintenance issues that plagued those laundry rooms during the fall semester had been addressed for good. However, upon attempting to use the new machines, students were met with a nasty surprise: a load of laundry washed in cold water now cost...

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