The Great Resignation and Gettysburg’s Financial Situation
Mar22

The Great Resignation and Gettysburg’s Financial Situation

Introduction By Nicole DeJacimo, Managing Editor The COVID-19 pandemic, an overall decline in enrollment and mass resignations have all contributed to Gettysburg College’s recent financial challenges. In 2021, Gettysburg College ran a $6.7 million deficit caused by a significant decrease in operating revenue. At the same time, net assets grew by $79 million, $75 million of which came from growth in endowment investments, according to...

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Editor’s Note: The Financial Issue
Mar19

Editor’s Note: The Financial Issue

I returned from a semester abroad eager for the familiar tastes of my Gettysburg home, only to find Pete’s Paninis shuttered and the dining staff thoroughly thinned. This is not an issue, however, born from nostalgia for the halcyon, panini-ed days of yore; nor is it intended as yet another “if we controlled the gears of the great college machine, we could drive it better” anti-administration diatribe. We wrote this, as in all good...

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Crossword ANSWERS, Feb. 2022 Issue
Mar16

Crossword ANSWERS, Feb. 2022 Issue

Made By Carter Hanson // Magazine Editor See blank crossword HERE This crossword originally appeared in the February 2022 issue of the...

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Crossword, Feb. 2022 Issue
Mar16

Crossword, Feb. 2022 Issue

Made By Carter Hanson // Magazine Editor This crossword originally appeared in the February 2022 issue of the Gettysburgian. Across 1. Recently closed Gettysburg coffee shop, briefly 6. “I only regret that I have but one life to lose for my country” speaker 10. Maria’s hills in the Sound of Music 14. Wafer brand 15. Where the needle is 17. Beating around the bush 19. Pen name of Theodore Geisel 20. Aid in finding a lost pet 21. U.S....

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Postcard from Abroad: Exploring the Mediterranean
Oct09

Postcard from Abroad: Exploring the Mediterranean

By Carter Hanson, Staff Writer PALERMO – On Sunday, I climbed up to the Chiesa Madonna della Rocca, a small, granite-grey church at the top of a cliff, and I leaned against the stone railing facing toward the Mediterranean, thinking about how ridiculously lucky I was to be there. The church and its landing protrude from the top of a terraced hillside, looking like something out of a Wes Anderson film, except for the modern,...

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