In the 20th episode of On Target, Pontz and Welch discuss the news of the past few weeks, including Greek Evaluations and the Student Senate elections. Then, Welch sits down with Entrepreneur-in-Residence Drew Murphy and student coordinators Delia Craig and Noah Pompan to talk about the new Entrepreneurship and Social Innovation Initiative.
In the 19th episode of On Target, Gettysburgian Co-Sports Editors Elizabeth Hilfrank and Claire Healey talk to Women’s Basketball Coach Nate Davis about the team’s winning season. Then, Welch sits down with Senior Associate Director of Admissions Darryl Jones for a wide-ranging interview including his background, the application review process, and some reflection on efforts to build more diversity at Gettysburg College.
In the 18th episode of On Target, the staff of The Gettysburgian share stories from our April Fools’ edition. All of the content in this episode is satire, and should not be taken seriously. Think of this episode less as an On Target episode and more as an Off Target episode.
In the 17th episode of On Target, Pontz and Welch talk tuition and discuss the continuing mold saga. Student Senate Parliamentarian Pat McKenna shares his thoughts on a variety of topics including freedom of expression and Student Senate election reform. Plus: Sounds of Sunderman returns to On Target.
In the 16th episode of On Target, Pontz and Welch interview Vice President of College Life and Dean of Students Julie Ramsey and Vice President of Finance and Administration Dan Konstalid about the mold in Hanson Hall and other maintenance concerns. Also: Student Senate President Luke Frigon weighs in on the ongoing mold debacle and the college’s response in the wake of a fiery Student Senate meeting on Monday. Plus: Pontz delivers the perennial Bullet Report.