The Greatest Night in the History of Television
Apr27

The Greatest Night in the History of Television

By Victoria Staub, Arts & Entertainment Editor and Carter Hanson, Magazine Editor The Academy Awards, or Oscars, are demonstrative of the greatest achievements in film of each year, at least according to the Academy. This year’s awards, which were held on March 27, highlighted numerous important and even controversial films from the past year. Arguably, the most important award of the night is for Best Picture, which deems a film...

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Crossword ANSWERS, Mar. 2022 Issue
Apr27

Crossword ANSWERS, Mar. 2022 Issue

Made by Carter Hanson // Magazine Editor Edited by Leah Attai See blank crossword HERE This crossword originally appeared in the March 2022 issue of the...

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Crossword, Mar. 2022 Issue
Apr27

Crossword, Mar. 2022 Issue

Made by Carter Hanson // Magazine Editor Edited by Leah Attai This crossword originally appeared in the March 2022 issue of the Gettysburgian. Across Accident Sanctioned individual, since Feb. 2022 Eat quickly Gulf dolphinfish A craze Monitor or Merrimack, for example Brooks of The Producers and Blazing Saddles Wheel hat? “Easy as ___” Not imaginary, briefly Punchable clock Name more common among Republican senators than women until...

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College Unveils New DPS Task Force on Marijuana Possession (April Fools)
Apr01

College Unveils New DPS Task Force on Marijuana Possession (April Fools)

By Carter Hanson, Magazine Editor Last week, Gettysburg College unveiled the Natural Highs Legion (NHL), which will be tasked with seeking out marijuana possessors and punishing them to the fullest extent of the law. “Marijuana possession is a serious problem here at Gettysburg,” said Alan Wirtz, Executive Director of DPS. “To be frank, we at DPS have had enough of the skunk, and we’ve decided to take action. Serious action.” In the...

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Gettysburg’s Investments in Fossil Fuels: Socially Responsible Investing and the Endowment
Mar23

Gettysburg’s Investments in Fossil Fuels: Socially Responsible Investing and the Endowment

By Carter Hanson, Magazine Editor Gettysburg College has divested—or withdrawn endowment investments—for a political or social reason only one time in its 190-year history: in 1990, the Board of Trustees decided “to divest of all companies holding an equity investment or physical presence in [Apartheid] South Africa.” In recent years, students have met with College officials to discuss their concerns with Gettysburg’s continued...

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