Review: “Go To School” by The Lemon Twigs
Sep10

Review: “Go To School” by The Lemon Twigs

By Charlie Sternberg, Staff Writer The Lemon Twigs have not taken any breaks from writing music since their debut album “Do Hollywood” came out in 2016. The two brothers, Michael and Brian D’Addario, released an ep “Brothers of Destruction” and two singles earlier this year, but the real meat and potatoes that has had fans salivating at the mouth was the prospect of their sophomore album. The Twigs proved that they had the creative...

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Review: ‘Podunk Moon’ by Erin Geil
Aug30

Review: ‘Podunk Moon’ by Erin Geil

By Katherine Lentz, Arts & Entertainment Editor Erin Geil’s ‘Podunk Moon’ is simultaneously a punch in the gut, and a delight to experience. A poetry anthology is not typically the first thing I would reach for on a bookshelf, but this collection, complete with a snippet from Geil’s first full length novel, ‘The Great American,’ managed to thoroughly entertain me. While the subject matter of some of the poems is not laden with...

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A Preview of Schmucker Art Gallery’s Fall Exhibitions
Aug29

A Preview of Schmucker Art Gallery’s Fall Exhibitions

By Jackie McMahon, Staff Writer A new fall semester brings a new set of exhibits to Gettysburg College’s Schmucker Art Gallery. Schmucker Art Gallery provides students with opportunities to engage in discussions about important cultural events, research projects, and explore new topics in art. The first of Schmucker’s new fall exhibitions is The Plains of Mars: European War Prints, 1500 – 1825, open from Sep. 4 to Dec. 7, with an...

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For First-Years Navigating the Music Waters
Aug25

For First-Years Navigating the Music Waters

By Alex Pearson, Staff Writer Welcome First-years! We are so happy to have you here and wish you the best of luck as you navigate your first year. As you will learn, there are so many activities and clubs to get involved with on campus. If you are looking to get involved in choir, here are some things you need to know, along with some tips. Choir auditions are August 24 from 1-4 p.m., August 25 from 3:30-5:30 (along with the choral...

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“Lux” Chamber Choir Will Perform in Gettysburg on Sunday
Jul18

“Lux” Chamber Choir Will Perform in Gettysburg on Sunday

By Benjamin Pontz, Editor-in-Chief A chamber choir composed of just over a dozen college students — including five who attend or recently graduated from Gettysburg College — will perform a concert on Sunday afternoon, July 22, at Christ Lutheran Church in Gettysburg beginning at 4:00 p.m. Lux, Latin for “light,” is a student-conceived and student-run choir directed by Robby Napoli ’19, a music education...

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Kaziboni Announces Departure from Sunderman Conservatory
May10

Kaziboni Announces Departure from Sunderman Conservatory

By Benjamin Pontz, Managing News Editor Conservatory musicians received surprising news Thursday afternoon, just days after having completed their end-of-semester jury performances: Vimbayi Kaziboni, the Director of the Gettysburg College Symphony Orchestra (GCSO), is leaving Gettysburg College. Kaziboni, an Assistant Professor of Music who came to Gettysburg in the fall of 2016 and also taught classes in musicology and was scheduled...

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