DPS Crime Log: September 17-30, 2018
Oct04

DPS Crime Log: September 17-30, 2018

Compiled by Kaley Michael, Staff Writer September 17, 2018 (Monday) Larceny: Theft of Bicycles at Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Closed – No Suspects or Witnesses Larceny: Theft from Buildings at Paul Hall; Closed – No Suspects or Witnesses September 18, 2018 (Tuesday) Nothing to report September 19, 2018 (Wednesday) Nothing to report September 20, 2018 (Thursday) Sex Offenses: Fondling, Other Offense: Unauthorized Dissemination of...

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Gettysburg Great Campaign Comes to a Close. College Raises $160 Million.
Oct03

Gettysburg Great Campaign Comes to a Close. College Raises $160 Million.

By Gauri Mangala, News Editor 2018 Homecoming Weekend marked the end of the seven year Gettysburg Great Campaign, headed by President Janet Morgan Riggs ‘77 and Robert Kallin, Vice President of Development, Alumni and Parent Relations. The campaign was “the largest and most ambitious fundraising effort in the College’s 186-year history,” according the College’s website. The campaign’s initial goal was $125 million and was...

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Senate quickly works through agenda. Two clubs get de-recognized.
Oct02

Senate quickly works through agenda. Two clubs get de-recognized.

By Joseph Maguschak, Contributing Writer Student Senate’s ephemeral meeting on Monday, October 1, 2018, marked the governing body’s fifth assembly of the semester. President Nick Arbaugh ’20 announced that affinity group leaders must sit on at least one committee and announced that many senators have not been attending committee meetings. The first order of business was the unfortunate de-recognition of two clubs from Senate:...

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Sigma Nu and Sigma Alpha Iota Host Fundraiser for Adams County Food Bank
Oct01

Sigma Nu and Sigma Alpha Iota Host Fundraiser for Adams County Food Bank

By Thea Toocheck, Staff Writer On Saturday, Sigma Nu and Sigma Alpha Iota co-hosted Can Jam, a live music fundraiser raising money for the Adams County Food Bank. Held in the backyard of the Sigma Nu fraternity house, three of the campus’s student musical groups performed at the event: Drop The Octave, The Spark Notes, and Opposite Reflection. Members of both fraternities strolled through the yard in tie-dye shirts, and Aidan Wright...

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Student Senate Amends Constitution. Club representatives will now have a vote.
Sep26

Student Senate Amends Constitution. Club representatives will now have a vote.

By Joseph Maguschak, Contributing Writer Monday, Sept. 24 marked Student Senate’s fourth meeting of the semester and its second meeting with a full quorum, after the installation of the Class of 2022 officers and senators-at-large. President Nick Arbaugh ’20 began the meeting by announcing that Elijah Fernandez has been appointed as a Senator of the Class of 2021. This news was followed by Jon Allen’s report of the $160 million that...

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Gettysburgians Walk Out In Support of Ford, Ramirez
Sep25

Gettysburgians Walk Out In Support of Ford, Ramirez

By Gauri Mangala, News Editor On Monday, Sept. 24, members of the Gettysburg College community joined together shortly after 1:00 p.m. in front of Pennsylvania Hall to take part in “#BelieveSurvivors National Walkout and Moment of Solidarity” in support of Dr. Christine Blasey Ford and Deborah Ramirez, each of whom has recently come forward accusing Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault. The national walk-out was...

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