Gettysburg Alum Owen Roizman ‘58 Wins Governor’s Award from Academy
Nov13

Gettysburg Alum Owen Roizman ‘58 Wins Governor’s Award from Academy

By Samantha Anastasiou, Contributing Writer Had he followed his original dream, he may well have played baseball or become a mathematician, but instead, second generation cinematographer Owen Roizman ’58 was honored with the Governor’s Award by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences over the weekend to honor his extended career that spanned 25 years. Academy President John Bailey called the recipients “very representative of...

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Gettysburg Fraternities and ROTC Students Work on Battlefield Beautification
Nov11

Gettysburg Fraternities and ROTC Students Work on Battlefield Beautification

By Sarah Kirkpatrick, Staff Writer In these tight budgetary times, the National Park Service had struggled to find a work force to clear brush from around the Eternal Peace Light Memorial on the Gettysburg Battlefield until Alpha Chi Rho, Alpha Omicron Pi, and the ROTC program offered to help. On Saturday, October 21, over 80 Gettysburg students from these organizations donated three hours of their time to work on park beautification...

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Senate Flies Through Three Budget Requests, Adjourns
Nov09

Senate Flies Through Three Budget Requests, Adjourns

By Miranda Feeley, Staff Writer The Senate sped through their meeting on Monday, November 6, making short work of the three budgets up for approval. Outerspace received $175.76 as a reimbursement for products bought for its Genderbender event, held the previous Friday. A representative assured the Senate that all purchases had been necessary and noted that many of the materials for the event had been donated by local vendors. College...

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DPS Crime Log: October 16-29
Nov04

DPS Crime Log: October 16-29

Compiled by Gauri Mangala, Staff Writer October 16, 2017 (Monday) · No crime to report October 17, 2017 (Tuesday) · No crime to report October 18, 2017 (Wednesday) · No crime to report October 19, 2017 (Thursday) · Liquor Laws: Underage consumption at Sidewalk 400 block Carlisle Street; Closed: Referred to SRR · Liquor Laws: Underage consumption at Constitution Apts; Closed: Referred to SRR · Liquor Laws: Underage consumption at Stine...

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Weise Presents Research on Staff Wages at Gettysburg
Nov03

Weise Presents Research on Staff Wages at Gettysburg

By Gauri Mangala, Staff Writer On Thursday, October 26, faculty, administration, and support staff of Gettysburg College joined together in the Science Center to listen to Professor Charles Weise as he presented research conducted by himself and Jennifer Flores ‘19 on the issue of wages, both nationally and more specifically in terms of Gettysburg College. Weise presented the results of their survey of Gettysburg College’s hourly...

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New Bullet Hole Will Feature Variety of Improvements … Including (Perhaps) a New Name
Nov02

New Bullet Hole Will Feature Variety of Improvements … Including (Perhaps) a New Name

By Benjamin Pontz, Managing News Editor The TL;DR Construction of the new College Union Building is on track for completion by the beginning of next fall As part of the renovations, the Bullet Hole will see a tripling of its floor space and a variety of new menu options Commons will begin to offer more grocery-style items Dining Services is seeking input on a new name for the Bullet Hole With renovations to the College Union Building...

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