NBA Concludes Bubble Experiment, Lakers Win in Finals
Nov05

NBA Concludes Bubble Experiment, Lakers Win in Finals

By Colin Lawless, Staff Writer About a month ago, I wrote an article that predicted that the Lakers would win this year’s NBA Finals, against my personal wishes. While, if I was a gambler, I probably should have put more money on that prediction, I would’ve lost money on the rest of the predictions I made. With that being said, this NBA postseason was unlike any prior postseason, due to COVID-19, and it definitely delivered for those...

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The Center for Public Service Launches Virtual Tutoring and Mentorship Program
Nov04

The Center for Public Service Launches Virtual Tutoring and Mentorship Program

By Shanzae Sarwar, Contributing Writer The Center for Public Service  (CPS) has started a new initiative, called Gettysburg United in Developing Education (G.U.I.D.E), in response to the challenges stemming from the pandemic. CPS was founded by Karl Mattson, with a vision of creating a lasting commitment to community service and strengthening local partnerships. Over the years, through its many programs and initiatives, CPS has...

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Pink Party Kicks Off Relay for Life
Oct31

Pink Party Kicks Off Relay for Life

By Alli Dayton, Staff Writer Relay for Life is an annual fundraiser for the American Cancer Society, where teams of people take turns walking around a track over a six to twenty-four hour period to signify the continuous impact of cancer. In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the American Cancer Society at Gettysburg College, Sigma Nu, and OSAGL presented a “Pink Party” to begin a series of Relay for Life events. Prior to the day...

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Library Offers Microtours to Residential Cohort
Oct30

Library Offers Microtours to Residential Cohort

By Alli Dayton, Staff Writer In October, Musselman Library began offering in-person microtours to the residential cohort at Gettysburg College. The tours were created after librarians “found that students who were on campus had a lot of questions about using the library,” said User Services Librarian Betsy Bien. During the tour, students view a screen with the online resources Musselman Library offers. These include MUSCAT Plus,...

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Theatre Department Presents Virtual Production of ‘She Kills Monsters’
Oct28

Theatre Department Presents Virtual Production of ‘She Kills Monsters’

By Lily Zhou, A&E Editor The theatre department has been hard at work on their upcoming virtual production of She Kills Monsters, Virtual Realms, which is set to premiere Friday, October 30 at 8 p.m. on YouTube.  She Kills Monsters: Virtual Realms is a play by Qui Nguyen that tells the story of Agnes Evans as she copes with the death of her teenage sister, Tilly. When Agnes finds Tilly’s Dungeons & Dragons notebook, she...

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