Webinar Series Explores Gender, Identity, and the 2020 Election
Nov22

Webinar Series Explores Gender, Identity, and the 2020 Election

  By Vanessa Igras, Staff Writer On Tuesday, Oct 13, listeners tuned into another installment of the Conversations 2020 webinar series. Moderating the conversation was Katie Marchetti ‘07, an associate professor of Political Science at Dickinson College. Marchetti was joined by Katelyn Stauffer ‘13, an associate professor of Political Science at the University of South Carolina, in discussing how voter identities shape the...

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Gettysburg College Chapter of Phi Beta Kappa Inducts 10 New Members
Nov19

Gettysburg College Chapter of Phi Beta Kappa Inducts 10 New Members

The Gettysburg College chapter of Phi Beta Kappa inducted 10 new members into the Iota of Pennsylvania chapter on Thursday, November 12. The ceremony took place on Zoom with resident members and guests. The newest members include Marisa Balanda, Anna Cincotta, Peter Francis, Abigail Hauer, Christopher Jack, Hoang Just, Michael McHenry, Madeleine Neiman, Lillian Shea, and Alexandra Yiambilis. Students are elected to Phi Beta Kappa by...

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Campus Paint Night Celebrates Project Gettysburg-León
Nov18

Campus Paint Night Celebrates Project Gettysburg-León

By Shanzae Sarwar, Staff Writer On Friday, Nov. 6 the Office of Student Activities and Greek Life (OSAGL) and the Center for Public Service (CPS) co-sponsored Paint Night in the CUB Ballroom. This event was carried out in partnership with Taller Xuchialt, an art school supported by Project Gettysburg-León, a non-profit international organization that joins Gettysburg’s sister city program with León, Nicaragua. Allan Lindo, an...

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Review: The Trial of the Chicago 7
Nov12

Review: The Trial of the Chicago 7

By Ethan Cannistra, Staff Writer The Trail of the Chicago 7 tells the story of a group of seven people who are arrested after a protest at the 1968 Democratic Convention in Chicago. The movie mainly follows these seven men as they go through their trial and await sentencing. However, the film also shows everything that happened leading up to the protest and the actual march in downtown Chicago. Aaron Sorkin, the director of the movie,...

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Opinion: A Democratic Reckoning
Nov10

Opinion: A Democratic Reckoning

By Harrison Brown, Contributing Writer On Sept. 26, Senate Republicans (minus the unneeded vote of Maine Senator Susan Collins) voted to confirm Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court — just eight days before the election. This was a blatant reversal of Republican logic in 2016, when Merrick Garland was refused even a hearing eight months before the election. Barrett marks the finishing touches on a Republican campaign to...

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