More Than 70 Students Present at CAFÉ Symposium, Doubling Previous Record
Feb11

More Than 70 Students Present at CAFÉ Symposium, Doubling Previous Record

By Gauri Mangala, Assistant News Editor Gettysburg College held its annual Celebration of Academic First-Year Engagement, the CAFÉ Symposium, Wednesday. CAFÉ allows first-year students to present their research from their unique first-year seminars of the past semester. Maureen Forrestal, Assistant Provost and Dean of Student Scholarly Engagement commented, “The goals of CAFE are to celebrate the best work done by first-year...

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Thank You, CPS, for Providing Me a New Perspective of the World
Feb11

Thank You, CPS, for Providing Me a New Perspective of the World

By Annette Aguilera-Gonzalez, Contributing Writer One of the main reasons I selected Gettysburg College was the degree to which students were engaged in service. My junior year of high school, the Center for Public Service (CPS) won a Presidential Award for General Community Service in the President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll. Thrilled by the idea that I would be able to continue building on my passion for service...

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Everything but the Game: Analysis of Super Bowl LII
Feb05

Everything but the Game: Analysis of Super Bowl LII

By Gauri Mangala, Co-Features Editor Super Bowl LII marked an important opportunity for the Philadelphia Eagles and the New England Patriots alike. The Eagles’ big win was its first ever, and had things gone the other way, the Patriots would have tied the Pittsburgh Steelers for the most Super Bowl wins ever. Obviously, the football game is the star of the Super Bowl, or is it? Below are the highlights of Super Bowl LII,...

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Global “One Billion Rising” Movement Comes to Gettysburg
Feb04

Global “One Billion Rising” Movement Comes to Gettysburg

By Emma Padrick, Staff Writer It is no secret that the last several months have been marked by celebrities wearing black attire, musical artists wearing white roses, and people from many industries sharing stories of sexual harassment and abuse at the hands of renowned global figures. All of these trends are part of the global #MeToo movement, which has resulted in powerful celebrities, politicians, and medical professionals outed and...

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Start Your New Semester with the Habit of Running
Feb03

Start Your New Semester with the Habit of Running

By Peter Zhang, Staff Writer Why running? Running is easy. Just keep putting one foot in front of the other in a fast pace, and you will be running in no time. Running is one of the best aerobic exercise for your lungs and heart. According to the American Heart Association, you can prevent cardiovascular diseases just by running 75 minutes per week. Running not only keeps you physically fit, but it also makes you happier. The brain...

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#GBCTalks: Let’s Talk About Afrofuturism
Feb02

#GBCTalks: Let’s Talk About Afrofuturism

By Musselman Library Do you enjoy reading and discussing books? Are you interested in Afrofuturism? Do you find it hard to say no to a free book? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you should sign for the next #GBCTalks series. #GBCTalks is a book-based discussion program designed to facilitate conversation about difficult issues in the Gettysburg College community and beyond. This semester, we will read Parable of the...

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