The Power of White Women in Racial Injustice
Jul11

The Power of White Women in Racial Injustice

By Britney Brunache, Columnist As our country continues to reckon with the systemic oppression of Black people that the Black Lives Matter movement has drawn attention to, it is important to consider the power that white women hold within America. First, let’s start with the lynching culture that has taken place in America for many years. Although there were many lynching cases before this, the first person that probably comes to mind...

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Women of Distinction Award Ceremony Held Online
Apr02

Women of Distinction Award Ceremony Held Online

By Britney Brunache, Arts & Entertainment Editor The Office of Multicultural Engagement (OME) and the Women’s Center hosted this year’s annual Women of Distinction Celebration online Tuesday evening. It was announced that the winners and nominees of each award was to be posted on the OME Instagram and Facebook in 10-minute intervals starting at 7:00pm. The award list and nominees goes as followed: Outstanding Organization...

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April Fools: First Zoom Concert: It was…a Good Try.
Apr01

April Fools: First Zoom Concert: It was…a Good Try.

By Britney Brunache & Lauren Hand On Friday, the Gettysburg College Choir held its first ever concert via Zoom. Although it was intended to liven up the spirits of the Gettysburg College students and staff, it actually did the opposite. “It was kind of weird watching the conductor wave his baton at a camera,” said one student who attended the Zoom concert. During the course of the concert, one of the performers was muted yet still...

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April Fools: Production of Macbeth Proves that the Show Must Go On
Apr01

April Fools: Production of Macbeth Proves that the Show Must Go On

By Gauri Mangala & Britney Brunache The Spring production of Macbeth has persevered through the coronavirus and has adapted its show to the changing circumstances. The show, which opened last week had a 20 person max seating, as audience members were required to sit with a 6 empty seat radius around them at all times. Virtual programs could be scanned with a QR code to avoid usher-audience physical interaction. The battle scenes...

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Senior Spotlight: Hannah Dalzell
Mar28

Senior Spotlight: Hannah Dalzell

By Britney Brunache, Arts and Entertainment Editor Hannah Dalzell ‘20, is a senior in the Studio Art Department as well as a Psychology double major. Dalzell, who hails from from Bethesda, Maryland, says she always loved art. Although she doesn’t have a specific theme for her art capstone, she plans to “create a bunch of paintings using oil paint and canvas.” She says simply, “I’m going to paint whatever I feel like painting. Some of...

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