Gettysburgian to Host New York Times Reporter Elizabeth Williamson
Feb13

Gettysburgian to Host New York Times Reporter Elizabeth Williamson

On Friday, Feb. 15, beginning at 4:30 p.m. in the Penn Hall Lyceum, The Gettysburgian will host its belated semester kickoff event, which will feature Elizabeth Williamson, D.C. Features Reporter for the New York Times. The event is free and open to the public, and light refreshments will be provided. Williamson will discuss her career in journalism, which has also included stops at the Wall Street Journal and the Washington Post, and...

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Iuliano’s Tenure at Harvard: A Look at the University’s Sanctions on Single-Sex Greek Organizations
Feb12

Iuliano’s Tenure at Harvard: A Look at the University’s Sanctions on Single-Sex Greek Organizations

By Gauri Mangala, News Editor, and Nicole DeJacimo, Staff Writer After the announcement of Gettysburg College’s new president, Robert W. Iuliano, the community has whirred with questions and comments regarding his tenure at Harvard, and which of his decisions would translate back to Gettysburg. The biggest question surrounds what will become of Gettysburg Greek life. In 2016, Harvard implemented new policies that discouraged students...

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Chinese Moral Philosophy Workshop Discusses Qing Zhong’s Economic Policies
Feb12

Chinese Moral Philosophy Workshop Discusses Qing Zhong’s Economic Policies

By Nicole DeJacimo, Staff Writer On Friday, Feb. 8, Romain Graziani and Harrison Curtis ‘19 discussed the intricacies of a passage from Qing Zhong’s Economic Policies. Graziani is a professor of Chinese Studies and specializes in philosophy at Ecole Normale Superieure de Lyon. He read two versions of the same story to the workshop and explained how, from an anthropological perspective, we can analyze the paradigm of social structures....

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Student Senate Adopts Opinion Regarding Arming of DPS Officers
Feb11

Student Senate Adopts Opinion Regarding Arming of DPS Officers

By Gauri Mangala, News Editor The Monday, Feb. 11 meeting of the Student Senate continued the discussion of the possible situational arming of DPS officers. A new opinion, a different “organism” than the tabled opinion of last week, as President Nick Arbaugh ’20 considered it, was brought to the floor. The opinion called for training of DPS officers, along with stating the body’s support of the proposal. Some...

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College Council Sets Priorities for Future Work
Feb10

College Council Sets Priorities for Future Work

By Nicole DeJacimo, Staff Writer Last semester, President Riggs formed a College Council “to advise the President on issues and policies that affect campus and community life” as stated in the College Council’s mission statement as recommended by the Campus Climate Study Implementation Group. This will be especially helpful concerning the Presidential transition for the upcoming academic year. The council is composed of four students...

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Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Series with Dr. Tyeshia Redden
Feb09

Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Series with Dr. Tyeshia Redden

By Kaley Michael, Staff Writer For this week’s lecture in the Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Series, Dr. Tyeshia Redden, a Derrick Gondwe Visiting Scholar and Assistant Professor of Africana Studies, gave a presentation entitled “Thirsty for Lemonade: Intersectional Spirituality and Persecution.” Known as Tye, the activist, scholar, and urban planner is particularly adept in the areas of design, instruction, and planning....

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