An Introduction to Associate Dean of Inclusion and Belonging Cristina Garcia
Sep25

An Introduction to Associate Dean of Inclusion and Belonging Cristina Garcia

By Sarah Laud, Staff Writer At the end of last year, Gettysburg College hired Cristina Caridad Garcia as the Associate Dean of Inclusion and Belonging under the College Life Office.  A first generation student from New York, Garcia got her undergraduate degree in English from Siena College and her graduate degree in College and Agency Counseling from SUNY Plattsburgh.  Before coming to Gettysburg College, Garcia has been in many...

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Last Week Football Loses Battle to Dickinson for Little Brown Bucket
Sep25

Last Week Football Loses Battle to Dickinson for Little Brown Bucket

By David Goldman, Staff Writer As if college football rivalries could not be entertaining enough, the annual Gettysburg and Dickinson football game takes competition to another level by having the teams fight for the rights to the Little Brown Bucket. The Bullets and Red Devils have duked it out for this trophy for over eighty years, and with each victory comes both the bucket and bragging rights. The teams put it all on the line...

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ResEd Hosts Friend Fest on Stine Lake
Sep24

ResEd Hosts Friend Fest on Stine Lake

By Vincent DiFonzo, Staff Writer On Thursday, Sept. 22, kites soared over Stine Lake as the Office of Residential Education (ResEd) kicked off the school year with Friend Fest. Students enjoyed activities, games, snacks, and raffles at this event, giving students time to relax and have a fun time with the opportunity to meet other students.  As the new academic year begins, ResEd aims to get students, especially first-years,...

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Annual Campus Safety Day Brings the Smoke
Sep24

Annual Campus Safety Day Brings the Smoke

By Ella Prieto, Staff Writer  On Sept. 22 Campus Safety hosted its annual Campus Safety Day. The event, started by Life and Fire Safety Manager Ron Parr, has been occurring since 2007. While it was originally created as a way to involve Greek organizations on campus with safety protocols, the event has since progressed to one involving the entire Gettysburg campus.  Like every year, the Alpha Tau Omega (ATO) fraternity volunteered...

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Eisenhower Institute Hosts Voter Registration Event
Sep24

Eisenhower Institute Hosts Voter Registration Event

Chloe Gagnier, Contributing Writer On Thursday, Sept. 22 the Eisenhower Institute and the Center for Public Service hosted a Voter Registration Drive in the College Union Junction.  Members of the campus community were free to simply walk in and register to vote. Students and members of the Eisenhower Institute made the process fluid, indicating the necessary sections and information needed for the forms. Many of those attending were...

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