Students Report Varying Levels of Preparedness through the Center for Global Education
Nov14

Students Report Varying Levels of Preparedness through the Center for Global Education

By Jane Fitzpatrick, Staff Writer The Center for Global Education (CGE) at Gettysburg College offers a wide variety of programs and locations in which students can choose to study abroad; the center reports that about 60 percent of students partake in global studies for a minimum of one semester. Students interviewed within that majority, however, indicated varying levels of satisfaction with the CGE in preparation for and during...

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Gettysburg College Chapter of Phi Beta Kappa Inducts 13 New Members
Nov13

Gettysburg College Chapter of Phi Beta Kappa Inducts 13 New Members

By Clinton Baugess, Secretary of Iota of Pennsylvania Chapter The Gettysburg College chapter of Phi Beta Kappa inducted 13 new members into the Iota of Pennsylvania chapter on Friday, November 1. The ceremony took place in the Pennsylvania Hall Lyceum as part of Family Weekend events. The newest members include: Theresa Blickenstaff, Kathryn Cushman, Emma Gruner, Brandon Katzung Hokanson, Sarah Kirkpatrick, Emma Lewis, Patrick...

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Comic Enthusiasts Attend Gettysburg’s 2nd Annual LincCon
Nov12

Comic Enthusiasts Attend Gettysburg’s 2nd Annual LincCon

This slideshow requires JavaScript. By Thomas Cassara, Staff Writer LincCon 2019 transformed Gettysburg College this past weekend with booths and entertainment that filled the College Union Building (CUB) and Plank Gym. The CUB Ballroom was filled to the brim with booths selling art, pop figures, custom Harry Potter-style wands, and anime body pillows. Vendors like comic artists and writers, local toy and game companies and even a...

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Challenge of the Week: A Million Tokens
Nov12

Challenge of the Week: A Million Tokens

By Department of Mathematics Deadline: 11:59 PM on Sunday, Nov. 17 The Rules:  The contest is open to everyone. Individuals or teams of at most three members may submit solutions. Do not discuss the problem with anyone other than members of your team. You may use any source, written or electronic, but all sources must be properly cited. You may use any computational tools. Your solution will be graded on a 0–4 point scale. All your...

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Men’s Conference Championship Run Cut Short by F&M
Nov12

Men’s Conference Championship Run Cut Short by F&M

By Kyle Miller, Staff Writer In the opening round of the Centennial Conference tournament, the Bullets faced a tough challenge against defending champions Haverford College. The Bullets had already faced Haverford once back in early October and the game resulted in a 2-2 tie. Gettysburg came out of the gates with a full on frontal attack of offensive pressure. Sophomore Jack Carroll ‘22 took a shot within the first two minutes of the...

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