Office of Multicultural Engagement Moves into New Space
Apr14

Office of Multicultural Engagement Moves into New Space

By Sarah Kirkpatrick, Staff Writer As part of its commitment to create an inclusive environment on campus, the Office of Multicultural Engagement (OME) is settling into a newly renovated space on 102 West Water Street. The building, which previously housed groups including the Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity and the International Student program, is now known as Mosaic House. It includes a classroom, full kitchen, laundry room, and spacious...

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Young Voters Day Underscores the Importance of Civic Engagement
Apr14

Young Voters Day Underscores the Importance of Civic Engagement

By Jamie Welch, Editor-in-Chief Enhanced security measures were in place Saturday afternoon at Masters Hall as students gathered to hear from Democratic officials as part of College Democrats’ first annual Young Voters Day on Saturday from 12:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. The event, which featured speakers from across the Commonwealth, was billed by College Democrats in a press release as an effort to “register as many new voters...

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Humans of Gettysburg: Tamlin Unruh
Apr13

Humans of Gettysburg: Tamlin Unruh

“My happy place would probably be this bridge at my summer camp. It’s a special bridge where the camp conducts ceremonies, out in the middle of the woods. The bridge is super low, right above the surface of the water. It feels like you’re literally walking on water, on top of this beautiful cedar lake. At night when you walk across it you can see the entire sky, all the stars. And the breeze is the best. Since this camp is in...

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My Day at the New York Times
Apr13

My Day at the New York Times

By Gauri Mangala, Co-Features Editor On Monday, April 9, my fellow journalist Maddie Neiman ‘21 and I entered the New York Times headquarters on 41st Street and 8th Avenue in New York City for “Inside the Times,” the student newspaper editors workshop. The New York Times HQ, a building that I have passed in awe since I was a toddler, did not disappoint. The lobby, grand and bold, was filled with the sound of the digital teletypes...

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Sunderman Spotlight: Meggie Loughran
Apr13

Sunderman Spotlight: Meggie Loughran

What is your major? Music and International Affairs double Major with a French minor. What is your instrument? Cello What has been the most important part of your conservatory experience? The most important part of my experience in the conservatory has been all the incredible chamber music opportunities I have had. I have been able to work with so many of the faculty members and students and it is this collaboration that makes music...

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Opinion: The Demonstrated Benefits of Trade
Apr13

Opinion: The Demonstrated Benefits of Trade

By Liam Kerr, Guest Columnist The Republican Party appears to be stuck. For decades, it has stood on the principle of free markets enabling Americans to realize their fullest potential. President Trump’s first year in office saw the implementation of such beliefs in the tax cuts and deregulatory actions which are designed to unleash entrepreneurism, thereby accelerating economic growth. The President’s recently announced tariffs on...

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