DPS Crime Log: November 12-December 2, 2018
Dec11

DPS Crime Log: November 12-December 2, 2018

Compiled by Kaley Michael, Staff Writer November 12, 2018 (Monday) Sex Offense- Fondling at Unknown Location on Campus; Closed- Referred to Title IX Coordinator Sex Offense-Fondling at Unknown Location on Campus; Closed-Referred to Title IX Coordinator November 13, 2018 (Tuesday) Vandalism- Computer Monitor Damaged at Glatfelter Hall; Closed: Referred to Office of Student Rights & Responsibilities (SRR) Drug Abuse Violations:...

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Management Department Developing Plans for New Business Major
Dec10

Management Department Developing Plans for New Business Major

By Phoebe Doscher, Staff Writer Plans are underway in the college’s management department to introduce a new business major. According to department chairperson Dr. Heather Odle-Dusseau, the department has already spent time developing the course listing and the dual-major aspect of this new major. They will continue to work on the proposal through the spring, including planning capstone and elective courses. Originally, the Provost’s...

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Senate Holds Final Meeting of Semester. Quorum Sends Opinion on News Reporting of Senate Back to Committee.
Dec05

Senate Holds Final Meeting of Semester. Quorum Sends Opinion on News Reporting of Senate Back to Committee.

By Joseph Maguschak, Staff Writer Vice President Patrick Custer ’19 began Student Senate’s Monday, December 3 meeting by announcing that Randy Feeley ’21 has been chosen as the Senate Committee on Greek Life’s non-Greek Committee Chair and that Custer himself had been chosen as the Greek Committee Chair. Proposed Constitutional Amendment The Senate voted on a constitutional amendment that had been tabled the week prior, making...

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Complaint Filed Against College, Phi Sigma Kappa Alleges Failure to Address Sexual Assault
Dec05

Complaint Filed Against College, Phi Sigma Kappa Alleges Failure to Address Sexual Assault

By Benjamin Pontz, Editor-in-Chief A civil complaint filed in federal court in October says that the college violated Title IX by failing to investigate a reported sexual assault that allegedly occurred in October 2016. Kelsi Kennedy, who was visiting her brother Ryan, at the time a Gettysburg College senior, alleges that she went to a party at 343 Carlisle Street on October 22, 2016, was served alcohol, was led to a smaller room...

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Presidential Search Committee Enters Interview Phase “Very Impressed” with Pool of Candidates
Dec03

Presidential Search Committee Enters Interview Phase “Very Impressed” with Pool of Candidates

By Benjamin Pontz, Editor-in-Chief The Presidential Search Committee has moved a step closer to naming the 15th President of Gettysburg College. A message to the campus community sent Monday afternoon announced that the committee has entered the interview phase “excited, impressed, even flattered by the caliber of professionals who are interested in leading Gettysburg College.” Charlie Scott ’77, who is chairing the...

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John Carlos Discusses Athletic Activism and the Importance of Troublemaking
Dec02

John Carlos Discusses Athletic Activism and the Importance of Troublemaking

By Nicole DeJacimo, Staff Writer Athletic activism is portrayed in every sport around the world and has been for decades, where athletes take advantage of their public status to stand up for causes they believe in. Colin Kaepernick and Serena Williams are two modern examples of athletes fighting for their rights and for the rights of others. A few weeks ago, Gettysburg College hosted John Carlos, an American former track and field...

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