Musselman lecture series brings MIT scientist to Gettysburg
Mar26

Musselman lecture series brings MIT scientist to Gettysburg

By Aphra Murray, Staff Writer Each year, the Science Department here at Gettysburg College welcomes the Musselman Visiting Scientist, generously funded by the Musselman Foundation. This year, the Chemistry Department welcomed Dr. Stephen Lippard, the Arthur Amos Moyes Professor of Chemistry at M.I.T. Professor Lippard’s talks centered around inorganic chemistry, specifically “Metal Mediated Biological Chemistry” – the title of his...

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Probst powers Bullets to victory over Penn State York
Mar23

Probst powers Bullets to victory over Penn State York

By Benjamin Pontz, News Editor Two grand slams from your leadoff hitter and a complete game shutout from your starting pitcher can only yield success. That’s exactly how the Gettysburg Bullets baseball team beat Penn State York this afternoon 11-0. Senior southpaw Rich Power was dominant, striking out 12 in a complete game, four-hit shutout, while junior center fielder Chuck Probst hit a grand slam in the second inning and...

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Serving up smiles
Mar19

Serving up smiles

By Christopher P. Hawk, Contributing writer I love going to Servo every day because I am greeted by the friendly members of  Dining Services.  The members of Dining Services are great.  They always have a smile on their face, and they always come to work with enthusiasm.  They have so many responsibilities yet they tackle the challenge every day, providing delicious food in great quantities. The burgers and pizza they serve in the...

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JMR Discusses Tuition, Campus Climate, Freedom of Speech in Digital Town Hall
Mar17

JMR Discusses Tuition, Campus Climate, Freedom of Speech in Digital Town Hall

By Benjamin Pontz, News Editor When Gettysburg College President Janet Morgan Riggs agreed to sit down for a half-hour interview to be broadcast live on WZBT and through Facebook Live, she admitted she wasn’t quite sure what to expect. While the interview, which happened last Thursday, covered some major issues facing the campus community, it also answered some more lighthearted questions including Riggs’ favorite type of...

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The geography of Servo
Mar16

The geography of Servo

By Shae Belenski, Contributing Writer One of the more tedious problems at Gettysburg College is telling your friends exactly where you are sitting at Servo. Let me provide an example: you have a plan to meet someone for lunch at Servo so you text them “Where are you sitting?” They respond with the vague jumble of words “Oh, I’m on the second elevated platform on the right-hand side”, or “I’m sitting at the tables behind the platform...

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80 students to attend March for Science
Mar13

80 students to attend March for Science

By Kayla Britt, MS&T Editor On Apr. 22, scientists and science enthusiasts from a variety of backgrounds and locations will come together to march for science. The March for Science webpage describes the march as an “international movement . . . taking place because of the simultaneous realization by thousands of people who value science in their lives that staying silent is no longer an option.” Marchers will be occurring both in...

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