Postcard from Abroad: What I Owe to Southern France
Apr27

Postcard from Abroad: What I Owe to Southern France

By George Malian When I arrived in France in January, I spoke no French, had never left the United States before and had never flown on an airplane. On the day of my arrival, I found myself alone at a bus station waiting to be picked up by the family of strangers I’d be living with. It was the first time I grasped the gravity of what I was doing. What I did not realize during those first few moments is that the next two months would...

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Opinion: What Should the Role of Greek Life Be On Campus?
Nov15

Opinion: What Should the Role of Greek Life Be On Campus?

Compiled by George Malian, Opinions Editor Ziv Carmi `23, History Major, Civil War Era Studies and Public History Minor “While the ubiquitous Greek life and party culture seems to be an establishment of Gettysburg College, it is a part of the college’s social structure that should not exist. Besides the inherent health and legal risks arising from these parties, Greek life deeply divides us; many of us who choose not to participate...

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Opinion: How Should the College Heal from the Pandemic?
Oct09

Opinion: How Should the College Heal from the Pandemic?

Compiled by George Malian, Opinions Editor We asked faculty, staff, and students how they think the College should move forward from the pandemic. Here’s what they had to say: Hakim Williams, Professor of Africana Studies and Peace and Justice Studies “I think that healing will look differently for different aspects of the community. I think that it’s important that faculty, and many already do this, be increasingly welcoming to...

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