Research Spotlight: Olivia Peduzzi
Nov07

Research Spotlight: Olivia Peduzzi

By Olivia Peduzzi, Contributing Writer As a first-year science student at Gettysburg College, I frequently heard upperclassmen talking about their research labs and working with professors. I had always dreamed of working in a lab ever since I decided to study science in 8th grade and so I continued to hope that one day I could be like those upperclassmen and do research as well. Well that one day came much sooner than anticipated. I...

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Fortenbaugh Internships Provide Opportunities for Students
Nov06

Fortenbaugh Internships Provide Opportunities for Students

By Musselman Library Every year Musselman Library offers two paid internships to two Gettysburg College students during the spring semester. These are great opportunities for students who are considering a career in libraries, information science, archives, or museums. The internships are available in two Musselman Library departments: Research & Instruction and Special Collections & College Archives. The Research &...

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Women’s Cross Country Hosts Conference Championships
Nov02

Women’s Cross Country Hosts Conference Championships

The Gettysburg College women’s cross country team placed fifth of 12 teams at the Centennial Conference Championships (Photo Khun Minn Ohn) By John Zak, Staff Writer The Bullets women’s cross country team placed fifth out of 10 teams at the Centennial Conference Championships Sunday. This was the 25th annual Centennial Conference Cross Country Championships and took place at Gettysburg College for the first time since 2009. The...

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Men’s Soccer Makes Return to Postseason
Nov01

Men’s Soccer Makes Return to Postseason

First year Sam Lerman scored the first goal of the game against Ursinus in the sixth minute (Photo Khun Minn Ohn/Gettysburg College Athletics) By Alex Petrecca, Staff Writer The Gettysburg College men’s soccer team took home the victory this weekend, beating Ursinus 2-1. With the win, the Bullets clinched the third seed in the Centennial Conference playoffs. This will be their first since time in the playoffs since they earned a berth...

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Review: Alien Sunset
Oct30

Review: Alien Sunset

By Charlie Sternberg, Staff Writer Cut Worms is the musical moniker of Max Clarke. After studying illustration in college with a focus on graphic design and working odd jobs for several years, Clarke decided that writing and recording songs is his true passion. Inspired by a roommate of his who challenged himself to write a song every day for four years, Clarke started by dedicating an hour to music every day in his free time after...

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