Does meal frequency promote weight loss
Jan29

Does meal frequency promote weight loss

By Ari Snaevarsson, Features Editor Meal frequency often gets brought up in weight loss discussions, and I feel diving into some of the misconceptions, giving you a clear cut answer to the title question, would be a nice, informative way to kick off the semester.  Read on to learn the truth of the contribution of meal frequency to any dieting bout. Matters get confusing when we consider that different protocols have touted the...

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#GBCTalks begins book discussion on ‘Americanah’
Jan27

#GBCTalks begins book discussion on ‘Americanah’

By Musselman Library Staff #GBCTalks is a book-based discussion program designed to facilitate conversation about difficult issues in the Gettysburg College community. Join #GBCTalks for our Spring ’17 book group which will feature discussion of Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s Americanah. Sign up for this four-part discussion series at libguides.gettysburg.edu/gbctalks and receive a free copy of the book (quantities are limited). Reserved...

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When and how often should you eat?
Dec07

When and how often should you eat?

By Ari Snaevarsson, Features Editor I think the question, “When/how often should I eat,” or some variation of that, is on a lot of people’s minds.  I have quite a bit to get through in answering this, but I wanted this all in one succinct piece, so here it is.  Bear with me and give this a read, because this should serve to put this worry to rest and give you the [almost] complete story. Calorie distribution The first aspect to this...

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LK5K raises money for women’s health
Dec04

LK5K raises money for women’s health

By Kevin Bielicki, LK5K Chair, Eta Phi chapter of Alpha Chi Rho Contributing Writer “LK5K” stands for the Lina Kranias Memorial 5K run, which is done every year in honor of a local Gettysburg citizen who passed away from a horrible battle with breast cancer. Her unwavering courage and optimism throughout her entire battle inspired her friends and family to create a 5K run that raises money for women to get free pap smears...

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Why not to crash diet
Nov21

Why not to crash diet

By Ari Snaevarsson, Features Editor There is a certain allure to severe caloric deficits for weight loss.  The thinking is that bigger is better, and so a greater degree of caloric restriction must yield greater results.  Any reservations that dieters may have regarding such an approach are easily ameliorated by whatever hogwash rationale is being thrown out by the prescribing diet guru.  “Take shots of apple cider vinegar between...

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Chi O Night Live
Nov21

Chi O Night Live

By Noelle Zimmerman, Staff Writer On Friday, November 11, Chi Omega held a fun event called Chi O Night Live to raise money for the Make-A-Wish Foundation. As the performances were about to start, all of the lights turned off. The room was filled with cheers from different sororities. It felt like the Greek life version of Bring It On. To start the excitement, the dance team appears on stage and gives the crowd a taste of the skill...

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