Four Candidates Will Vie for Student Senate Presidency, Three for Vice Presidency
Apr09

Four Candidates Will Vie for Student Senate Presidency, Three for Vice Presidency

By Gauri Mangala, Managing Editor The petition period for candidacy in the Presidential and Vice Presidential Elections has officially ended. Vying for the position of President are Kurtis Grey ’21, Nadine Snyder ’21, Rock Swartz ’22, and Hassan Williams-Kone ’21. Running for the position of Vice President are Lauren Browning ’22, Matthew James ’21, and Katherine Troy ’21. The...

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Student Senate Holds First Remote Meetings, Elections Soon Underway
Apr06

Student Senate Holds First Remote Meetings, Elections Soon Underway

By Gauri Mangala, Managing Editor The executive board of Student Senate held an information session over Zoom on Monday, Apr. 6, for Vice President Jack Lashendock ‘20 to detail the election process for 2020-21 senators and officers. The entire executive board then fielded questions from students.  Lashendock reviewed the dates for petitions and elections. Despite the Constitution only prescribing a class year restriction for the...

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Student Senate Prepares for Virtual Election Process
Apr04

Student Senate Prepares for Virtual Election Process

By Gauri Mangala, Managing Editor Patrick McKenna ‘20, President of Student Senate, has announced that the organization will be continuing its operations remotely for the rest of the semester. While the Senate will not proceed with weekly Monday night meetings, it will convene at least thrice more to carry out an information session and two candidate forums, hosted by The Gettysburgian. The Budget Management Committee will still be...

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April Fools: Underground Rushing Continues Online (Remote Hazing Very Effective)
Apr01

April Fools: Underground Rushing Continues Online (Remote Hazing Very Effective)

By Gauri Mangala, Managing Editor Students of Gettysburg College have been extremely active in their advocacy for different student groups that have been affected by the move to remote learning. Acts of generosity and movements of positivity have provided many with hope in a time of much uncertainty, but perhaps students have missed the mark and have neglected a group that has been immeasurably affected by the coronavirus: frats. “How...

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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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