Dodging the Bullet: Stress-Free Rushing
Apr10

Dodging the Bullet: Stress-Free Rushing

By Jennifer Clogg, Staff Writer My mother has talked about the incredible family of sisterhood that comes from rushing a sorority since before I can remember. Connections, fun sorority pride; I have waited patiently for my turn to begin rushing a sorority. Finally, my turn is almost here. About a month ago, I signed up to rush. Ever since, I have attended events for “pre-rush,” the process that girls must go through before actual...

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Dodging the Bullet: Riding a Sugar High From Tri Sigma’s Cupcake Wars
Mar29

Dodging the Bullet: Riding a Sugar High From Tri Sigma’s Cupcake Wars

In today’s world, there are few things that everyone (or almost everyone) can agree upon liking. Cupcakes are definitely one of those few, which was why when I heard that Tri Sigma was having Cupcake Wars and the entrance free was just $6, I couldn’t pass up such a tasty opportunity. Clubs and groups from every part of campus signed up ahead of time in teams, made cupcakes, and submitted their treats to be tried and judged by...

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Dodging the Bullet: GCC Sings Through Spring Break
Mar28

Dodging the Bullet: GCC Sings Through Spring Break

By Julia Chin, Contributing Writer Sun-soaked and song-filled, the Gettysburg College Choir spring tour “Transitions” reached its finale on Saturday evening, March 17 in Hyattsville, MD. For the past eight days, we had traveled by bus through the South, each day offering the promise of a new city, new memories, and new music to be made. The tour had left the previous Saturday with twelve sopranos, twelve altos, five tenors, six...

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Dodging the Bullet: “King Lear” ‘Does Such Things’ to the Audience
Mar11

Dodging the Bullet: “King Lear” ‘Does Such Things’ to the Audience

By Jennifer Clogg, Staff Writer The audience is silent, the lights are dim, the fog machine sets the scene with an ominous edge; senior Christian Boor walks out on stage, looks about inquisitively, and begins his eloquent first lines that begin The Majestic’s production of King Lear by William Shakespeare. The show ran from Thursday, March 1st to Sunday March 4th, and was an absolute hit. The show was directed by Chris Kauffman and...

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Dodging the Bullet: King Lear Proves College Theater Builds a Community
Feb28

Dodging the Bullet: King Lear Proves College Theater Builds a Community

By Thea Toocheck, Staff Writer The lights shine on you, but everything around you is dark. A thrill of jubilation rises inside your heart even as thousands of butterflies migrate to your stomach. This dichotomy of emotions and the juxtaposition of the real and the imaginary are what draw me to theater. Home videos provide the evidence that I’ve been performing since I could first walk and talk, and so I’ve been involved in theater for...

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