Blasts from the past
Mar09

Blasts from the past

1897 On this date in 1897, March 9 exactly, the first edition of The Gettysburgian was printed. Although that issue appears lost in time, the March 16, 1897 edition recounts the pleasure with which community members received their copies … many submitted a dollar to become subscribers of the fledgling paper. One letter writer commented, “[The Gettysburgian’s] appearance marks an epoch in the history of the college, and I shall be...

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Student Senate bullet points: March 6
Mar07

Student Senate bullet points: March 6

Submitted by Brooke Gutschick, Secretary of Student Senate  Dean Ramsey spoke to the Senate about freedom of expression and inclusivity Colleges Against Cancer was allotted $5,026.84 China Club was allotted $80.00 Biosphere was allotted $950.00

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DPS Crime Log: February 27-March 5
Mar07

DPS Crime Log: February 27-March 5

February 26, 2017 Burglary of suitcase with clothes, books, and cash from 227 Carlisle Street; no suspects February 27, 2017 Sex offense/rape in on-campus residential facility; referred to Title IX coordinator Sex offense/rape in on-campus administrative facility; referred to Title IX coordinator March 1, 2017 False identification card used in Stadium Lot North; referred to SRR March 2, 2017 Drug abuse violation in campus residential...

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EI panel explores effect of Trump’s actions on immigration
Mar05

EI panel explores effect of Trump’s actions on immigration

By Brendan Salyards, Contributing Writer The Eisenhower Institute Undergraduate Fellows held a panel Thursday on the topic of immigration as they continue their ongoing study of refugee resettlement in the United States. This, the third in their series this year, was titled “Lady Liberty’s Poor and Huddled Masses: Rethinking Refugees in America.” The bulk of the questions in the moderated portion of the panel pertained to recent...

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Teach-ins highlight contemporary issues at Student Solidarity Rally
Mar04

Teach-ins highlight contemporary issues at Student Solidarity Rally

This slideshow requires JavaScript. By Benjamin Pontz, News Editor As Professor McKinley Melton finished an impassioned riff on the intersection of law and order with the Black Lives Matter movement, the crowd of at least 200 students sprung to its feet and erupted in applause, the first standing ovation of the afternoon. It was part of the fifth panel of the day-long Student Solidarity Rally, held Wednesday in the CUB Ballroom....

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Student Senate bullet points: February 27, 2017
Feb28

Student Senate bullet points: February 27, 2017

Submitted by Brooke Gutschick, Secretary of Student Senate Senate continued the discussion about club concerns $1,135 was allotted to College Democrats $775 was allotted to Gettysburg Student Musical Theater $150 was allotted to Pre-Vet Club BBQ Club and Vietnamese Student Association became Senate recognized

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