Eisenhower Institute Panel: ‘The Role of Nato in U.S. and European Security’
Mar06

Eisenhower Institute Panel: ‘The Role of Nato in U.S. and European Security’

By Taylor-Jo Russo, Staff Writer On Thursday, Feb. 28th, the Eisenhower Institute hosted a panel discussion on “The Role of NATO in U.S. and European Security” as a part of the Undergraduate Fellows program at EI. The policy debate on NATO featured three different and distinguished panelists and a notable moderator. The discussion was meant to let different policy makers and affiliates offer their insights on the security aspect of...

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Operation Hope: John Hope Bryant and Securing a Better Future
Mar06

Operation Hope: John Hope Bryant and Securing a Better Future

By Nicole DeJacimo, Staff Writer “We are not human beings having a spiritual experience; we are spiritual beings having a human experience.” John Hope Bryant, Founder and CEO of Operation Hope, repeated this sentence to the audience dozens of times on Tuesday, February 27th when he spoke in the CUB ballroom. Operation Hope’s mission is to “equip young people and adults with the financial tools and education to secure a better future,”...

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Blasts from the Past: March 1, 2019
Mar06

Blasts from the Past: March 1, 2019

By Shannon Zeltmann, Staff Writer This week in 1924, The Gettysburgian staff had their first ever banquet. It took place at the Battlefield Hotel. New staff were elected that night and there were several who were asked to be speakers for the evening. Also asked to attend were a member of the Harrisburg Telegraph and several editors of local papers. They hoped this banquet would become a tradition for the staff. This week in 1939, the...

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Faculty Will Weigh Permanent Addition of Online Courses at Thursday Meeting
Mar06

Faculty Will Weigh Permanent Addition of Online Courses at Thursday Meeting

By Benjamin Pontz, Editor-in-Chief The Gettysburg College faculty will vote on a motion Thursday afternoon that would make online hybrid courses offered over the summers a permanent fixture in the college curriculum after three consecutive summers in which they have been offered as part of a pilot program. The motion, which comes from the Academic Policy and Program Committee (APPC), would allow each department to decide whether it...

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Student Senate To Consider New Election Requirements for Executive Board
Mar05

Student Senate To Consider New Election Requirements for Executive Board

By Gauri Mangala, News Editor At the Monday, Mar. 4 meeting of the Gettysburg College Student Senate, senators tabled an amendment to the Constitution that would change language regarding the parliamentary procedure used in quorum, the amount of time allotted before allowing reintroduction of legislation that had been previously vetoed by the president from two meetings to one, as well as changing language regarding the qualifications...

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DPS Crime Log: Jan. 29-Feb. 26, 2019
Mar04

DPS Crime Log: Jan. 29-Feb. 26, 2019

Compiled by Kaley Michael, Staff Writer January 29, 2019 (Tuesday) Sex Offenses: Rape at Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Closed – Referred to Title IX Director February 1, 2019 (Friday) All Other Offenses: Possession of Drug Paraphernalia at Stine Hall; Closed – Referred to SRR February 2, 2019 (Saturday) Liquor Laws – Underage Consumption, Underage Possession, Furnishing to a minor; All other Offenses – Possession of...

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