Abigail Layton ’98 Joins College Democrats for Discussion on Issues Facing Families and Children
Dec01

Abigail Layton ’98 Joins College Democrats for Discussion on Issues Facing Families and Children

By Kate Delaney, Staff Writer On Wednesday evening, Abigail Layton ’98, Director of the Family Division in the Delaware Department of Justice, spoke at the Gettysburg College Democrats’ weekly meeting. In her own time at Gettysburg, Layton originally wanted to be a doctor, and planned for her life to take a much different direction. She decided when she first started at Gettysburg to just sign up for everything, and, by...

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Young Americans for Freedom Hosts Bay Buchanan for Discussion of Abortion
Dec01

Young Americans for Freedom Hosts Bay Buchanan for Discussion of Abortion

By Jeremy Porter, Staff Writer Angela “Bay” Buchanan, conservative activist and former treasurer of the United States, spoke Wednesday evening about the abortion debate, and, specifically, her pro-life beliefs. The talk, held in Mara Auditorium, was hosted by the Young Americans for Freedom at Gettysburg College. Officers from the Department of Public Safety were on site to check bags and college IDs and to monitor the...

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Four Candidates for Director of Sunderman Conservatory to Present
Nov26

Four Candidates for Director of Sunderman Conservatory to Present

By Benjamin Pontz, Managing News Editor According to an email sent to music majors and minors by Dr. Russell McCutcheon, Associate Director of the Sunderman Conservatory, four candidates to replace retiring Director of the Conservatory, Dr. Kay Hoke, will visit campus over the next two weeks. In addition to sessions reserved for students, each candidate will also participate in a forum open to the entire campus. The schedule is below:...

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Dodging the Bullet: My First Servo Thanksgiving
Nov25

Dodging the Bullet: My First Servo Thanksgiving

By Peter Zhang, Staff Writer Servo sure advertised the Thanksgiving dinner well. Emails rushed in weeks ahead advertising ways to avoid the line. As a first-year, I had no idea what to expect. Around 5:30 p.m., I saw the line stretching all the way towards library. Thanks to friends from GRAB who waited in line since 3:00 and saved me a spot, I avoided much of that. Once I stepped into Servo, dressed up staff welcomed everyone. A red...

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How to Diet Hack Your College Experience
Nov22

How to Diet Hack Your College Experience

  By Ari Snaevarsson, Features Editor Having been a student at this fine institution since 2013, and an avid diet nerd throughout that same time, I have come to pick up some tips and tricks, and learn some lessons that I thought might be helpful to share with you all today. Whether you are an athlete, meathead, or simply health-conscious student, this information can really be applied to anyone and everyone. I have come to find...

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Musselman Library Over Thanksgiving Break
Nov21

Musselman Library Over Thanksgiving Break

By Musselman Library Please take note of Musselman Library’s hours over Thanksgiving Break: Tuesday, November 21 – Close at 5:00 p.m. Wednesday, November 22 – CLOSED Thursday, November 23 – CLOSED Friday, November 24 – CLOSED Saturday, November 25 – CLOSED Sunday, November 26 – Open at 12:00 p.m. and begin 24 hour access Research from home: Take advantage of Musselman Library’s online sources even when you’re off-campus! If you plan...

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