Amid Reports of Election Rules Violations, Senate Launches Investigation
Apr20

Amid Reports of Election Rules Violations, Senate Launches Investigation

The TL;DR Haley Gluhanich ‘19 and Marisa Balanda ‘21 are denying accusations that they intimidated voters during the Student Senate President and Vice President election held in early April. The Gettysburgian has spoken with four first-year residents of Paul Hall who claim that they were handed a phone by either Gluhanich or Balanda and asked to vote. The Student Senate has been “investigating claims of candidates breaking...

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Students Plan Walkout to Highlight Gun Violence
Apr19

Students Plan Walkout to Highlight Gun Violence

By Gauri Mangala, Assistant News Editor On Friday, April 20, the 19th anniversary of the Columbine High School shooting, Gettysburg College will be holding the “Gettysburg Against Gun Violence” walkout, in partnership with Peace and Justice Week. At 10:00 a.m. members of the Gettysburg College community are asked to meet in front of Penn Hall and to wear black. Student speakers from a diverse array of backgrounds will be speaking...

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Men’s Lacrosse Tops Haverford
Apr18

Men’s Lacrosse Tops Haverford

By Matt Hutcheon, Staff Writer The Gettysburg College men’s lacrosse team continued its strong season with an 11-5 win at home over Haverford College. The Bullets faced off against Haverford just two games after Coach Hank Janczyk reached his milestone 400th win with the program. Janczyk has been with the Bullets for 31 years and has a record of 400-116 with the program. The Black Squirrels had little interest in the Gettysburg...

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Hubbard Named Student Speaker for Commencement 2018
Apr17

Hubbard Named Student Speaker for Commencement 2018

By Benjamin Pontz, Managing News Editor Morgan Hubbard ’18 will deliver remarks on behalf of the Class of 2018 at Commencement in May. A biology major and writing minor, Hubbard was selected from a field of applicants to give the address, which will “reflect the ups and downs of our time here,” she said. “I wanted to have an honest but positive approach,” she said. “In the past four years I’ve...

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Fly Fishing Club Sought Senate Re-Recognition. Senate Did Not Bite.
Apr16

Fly Fishing Club Sought Senate Re-Recognition. Senate Did Not Bite.

By Gauri Mangala, Assistant News Editor A request for club recognition proved contentious at the Student Senate’s April 16 meeting, but other business passed with little discussion and without opposition. President Luke Frigon ‘18 opened the meeting by announcing that Senator Alex Xie has been removed from Senator status, due to an attendance issue. Vice President Aimee Bosman ‘18 announced that there were 630 votes in the...

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Opinion: Be an Active Citizen in Your Community
Apr15

Opinion: Be an Active Citizen in Your Community

By Morgan Hubbard, Columnist and Joshua Wagner, Opinions Editor You’re probably an officer in multiple organizations across campus and jump from meeting to meeting. You don’t sleep, you skip meals, and haven’t watched Netflix in months. You should get more involved, and here’s why. Many students at Gettysburg College have highly structured lifestyles which orbit around meetings and clubs. That’s great, but despite all of these...

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