Eisenhower Institute Unveils New Lecture Series Addressing Polarization
Mar04

Eisenhower Institute Unveils New Lecture Series Addressing Polarization

By Alli Dayton, Staff Writer In an email to the Gettysburg College student body regarding the Eisenhower Institute event What Lies Ahead? Perspectives on a Polarized America, President Iuliano wrote that “our community has a special obligation to address today’s climate of polarization” through conversations and understanding. What Lies Ahead?, the first of the Eisenhower Institute’s new lecture series, was “devoted to the defining...

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Blast from the Past—March 2, 2021 Edition
Mar04

Blast from the Past—March 2, 2021 Edition

By Shannon Zeltmann, Staff Writer This week in 1951, the Army Medical Service offered Gettysburg graduates the chance to sign-up for a year-long Physical Therapy Course for women who wanted to work in Army hospitals. There were two phases of the course. In the first phase, students would learn fundamental sciences and skills required for physical therapy, such as anatomy, medical physics, and pathology. In the second half, students...

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Student Senate Tables Amendments to Promote Wider Campus Participation
Feb27

Student Senate Tables Amendments to Promote Wider Campus Participation

By Kyle Beatty, Staff Writer This week’s Senate meeting opened with the swearing in of Senator Shane Carley ‘22, followed in short order by a vote on parliamentary procedure. While previously, weekly Senate meetings alternated between voting sessions and sessions dedicated solely to discussion, the newly passed motion removes this separation in anticipation of more productive in-person Senate meetings. The Budget and Management...

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Opinion: Big Business Is the Enemy of Free Markets
Feb26

Opinion: Big Business Is the Enemy of Free Markets

By Christian Tolino, Columnist In the modern American political discourse, rising wealth inequality and distrust in corporate America have fueled distrust of markets. Conventional economic wisdom would have us believe that markets must be heavily regulated in order to avoid predation by larger corporations. However, it is not the free market that is to blame. It is a fallacy to consider that markets in the United States are truly...

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Blast from the Past—February 24, 2021 Edition
Feb26

Blast from the Past—February 24, 2021 Edition

By Shannon Zeltmann, Staff Writer This week in 1961, an ad was in The Gettysburgian for a Table Fashion contest, which the Prince of Peace Episcopal Church in Gettysburg was holding at their Table Fashions Tea event. Students could enter as a team and set their tables in mid-April to be judged. There was a general first, second, and third place prizes, as well as ribbons for the most beautiful table, the most original table, the most...

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