Humans of Gettysburg: Zoey Landau
Apr10

Humans of Gettysburg: Zoey Landau

“For a career, I’d probably want to do acupuncture and chiropractic care for animals, or another form of animal alternative medicine. I’d like to focus on chiropractic care for large animals. After seeing my horse Enzo receiving chiropractic care, I realized how much animal alternative medicine interests me. I’ve been riding horses since I was five, so for as long as I can remember, it’s always been a big part of my life. I’ve...

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Owl and Nightingale Players Host Annual Indie Fest
Apr09

Owl and Nightingale Players Host Annual Indie Fest

By Gauri Mangala, Co-Features Editor The Owl and Nightingale Players hosted its annual independent play festival, “Indie Fest,” this past weekend, with three days of student written, produced, and performed plays. Friday consisted of a modified performance of the final project of Susan Russell’s FYS 180-2: Dreaming in Color: Multicultural Theatre in the U.S., student written monologues written in response to Jose Rivera’s “Sonnets for...

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Humans of Gettysburg: Cole Zieff
Apr06

Humans of Gettysburg: Cole Zieff

“My bucket list? Hitting all seven continents is the main thing. I want to visit a Buddhist temple in Tibet, skydive, and dive with sharks. But I also want to get married. Marriage is something that a lot of people take for granted and hardly comes up on a bucket list. My parents got divorced so it really made me appreciate how beautiful love and marriage is. Oh! I also want to try various types of exotic meats. I’ve had...

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Founders Weekend Events to Celebrate Gettysburg College’s History
Apr05

Founders Weekend Events to Celebrate Gettysburg College’s History

By Gauri Mangala, Co-Features Editor Saturday will mark the 186th birthday of Gettysburg College, or “Pennsylvania College” as it was first known. On April 7, 1832 Samuel Simon Schmucker founded Pennsylvania College with land provided by abolitionist Thaddeus Stevens, author of the 14th Amendment. In 1835, the Alumni Association of Pennsylvania College was created, one of the first associations of its kind in the United...

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APO to Hold Annual Anything is PAULssible 5K
Apr04

APO to Hold Annual Anything is PAULssible 5K

By Gauri Mangala, Co-Features Editor Alpha Phi Omega – Iota Omicron (APO) is set to host its fifth annual “Anything is PAULssible” 5K in honor of the late APO member Paul Detweiler, who passed away in the summer of 2013 from a brain tumor. The 5K will take place at 9:30 a.m. on April 15, 2018. Paul Detweiler inspired APO brothers both during his life and after he had passed away. On the 5K’s website,...

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Humans of Gettysburg: Aidan Kennedy
Apr04

Humans of Gettysburg: Aidan Kennedy

“I’m from Danville, Pennsylvania. It’s a pretty small town. The biggest thing I miss about being home is just knowing everyone. You run to the grocery store and run into three people that you know, stuff like that. It’s nice, that kind of small town feel. I really like that. If I could go anywhere in the world, though, I’d want to go to Australia. It’s the complete opposite side of the world. I want to study abroad there. That’s...

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