Review: Jazz Ensemble and Carmen Bradford Celebrate Ella Fitzgerald in Concert
Nov09

Review: Jazz Ensemble and Carmen Bradford Celebrate Ella Fitzgerald in Concert

By Alex Pearson, Staff Writer Last Friday night, the Gettysburg College Jazz Ensemble joined Camerata and soloist Carmen Bradford to celebrate the life and legacy of Ella Fitzgerald … and it was sensational! Carmen Bradford and the Jazz Ensemble really know how to groove. The Jazz Ensemble started the show with “Opener 2.” They had beautiful dynamics and really started off the show with a bang. The soloists, Jenna...

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Why I Walked: Reflections on My Walkout from ‘The School for Lies’
Nov08

Why I Walked: Reflections on My Walkout from ‘The School for Lies’

By Lars Healy, Guest Columnist To Gettysburg College: I feel it might be beneficial for the community (and myself) to explain what happened from my perspective over the course of “The School for Lies” controversy: How I addressed the situation, my resignation as one of the Office of LGBTQA Advocacy and Education’s Program Coordinators, and the role I played in the Saturday night show’s walkout. My peers and I learned from...

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‘Turkey enthusiasts’ set up camp outside Servo over a week ahead of Servo Thanksgiving
Nov06

‘Turkey enthusiasts’ set up camp outside Servo over a week ahead of Servo Thanksgiving

By Jamie Welch, Editor-in-Chief Satire It’s still over a week until Servo Thanksgiving, but a group of five self-described “turkey enthusiasts” has already begun to line up outside of Servo in hopes of being the first to get a taste of turkey and mashed potatoes come Nov. 14. The dedicated Thanksgiving fanatics have set up three large tents outside of Servo over a week ahead of the annual tradition in which groups of 12 eat a roasted...

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Sunderman Spotlight: Chelsea Ferraro
Nov04

Sunderman Spotlight: Chelsea Ferraro

What is your major? Bachelor of Music Education What is your instrument? Trumpet What has been the most important part of your conservatory experience? The ability to be in so many ensembles and be involved through working or PLA hours, and getting to know people through all of those experiences. You learn from all of these people and become a better musician and a better teacher. And I love that all of the professors know you, even...

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New Bullet Hole Will Feature Variety of Improvements … Including (Perhaps) a New Name
Nov02

New Bullet Hole Will Feature Variety of Improvements … Including (Perhaps) a New Name

By Benjamin Pontz, Managing News Editor The TL;DR Construction of the new College Union Building is on track for completion by the beginning of next fall As part of the renovations, the Bullet Hole will see a tripling of its floor space and a variety of new menu options Commons will begin to offer more grocery-style items Dining Services is seeking input on a new name for the Bullet Hole With renovations to the College Union Building...

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Men’s Soccer Makes Return to Postseason
Nov01

Men’s Soccer Makes Return to Postseason

First year Sam Lerman scored the first goal of the game against Ursinus in the sixth minute (Photo Khun Minn Ohn/Gettysburg College Athletics) By Alex Petrecca, Staff Writer The Gettysburg College men’s soccer team took home the victory this weekend, beating Ursinus 2-1. With the win, the Bullets clinched the third seed in the Centennial Conference playoffs. This will be their first since time in the playoffs since they earned a berth...

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