Opinion: Campus Burglaries Indicate a Pattern of Negligence
Jan14

Opinion: Campus Burglaries Indicate a Pattern of Negligence

  By Brianna Bruccoleri, Guest Columnist The burglary of 343 Carlisle Street on Dec. 22, 2018 was the first of a myriad of on-campus break-ins. An array of burglaries from over five streets which hold college-owned properties and student-living facilities followed. Not even fraternity housing held immunity from Gettysburg College’s repeated pattern of gross negligence–which is now only being accentuated by previous irresponsible...

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Opinion: Christmas Manifesto
Dec21

Opinion: Christmas Manifesto

By Christopher Condon Christmas comes but once a year, or so the saying goes. It is a time of merriment and joy, a time that billions of people worldwide share as celebration of comity and good will toward all mankind. There are many in today’s world, however, who do not see the usefulness of Christmas, or who see it simply as a celebration of the decadence of modern capitalism. It is now time for those who cherish Christmas to not...

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Opinion: Fieldwork exposes pollution epidemic
Dec06

Opinion: Fieldwork exposes pollution epidemic

By Jesse Shircliff, Guest Columnist Take this trash as a symbol. Some experts have considered the phrase “global pollution epidemic” to aptly describe the massive quantity of plastics accumulating in the environment, ranging from the floating islands of plastics to the microplastics in your body and mine. These issues are concerning, but they tend to feel far away and impersonal. Now, we study environmental issues because we hope to...

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Cartoon: “Points”
Dec04

Cartoon: “Points”

— Logan Shippee & Jacob Berowitz, Guest...

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A Note from The Gettysburgian’s Editor-in-Chief Regarding Our Editorial Processes
Dec03

A Note from The Gettysburgian’s Editor-in-Chief Regarding Our Editorial Processes

By Benjamin Pontz, Editor-in-Chief Tonight, the Gettysburg College Student Senate will consider whether to adopt an opinion regarding the conduct of on-campus media organizations. I do not know what that opinion contains, and senators should vote their conscience with respect to its adoption. I did, however, want to take this opportunity to clarify how The Gettysburgian operates in hopes of alleviating confusion that seems to crop up...

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Cartoon: “A Liberal Arts Education”
Dec02

Cartoon: “A Liberal Arts Education”

— Logan Shippee, Guest...

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