Single Bedrooms on Campus: For Some Students, a Welcome Change. Others Say It’s Been Isolating.
Feb20

Single Bedrooms on Campus: For Some Students, a Welcome Change. Others Say It’s Been Isolating.

By George Malian ’23, Staff Writer When the world emerges at the better end of this pandemic, it will likely be remembered as a time marked by striking loneliness. If you subscribe to the belief that life is best enjoyed in the company of others, the past eleven months have been taxing. COVID-19 has split us from the friends, family, and everyday activities we once took for granted. Apart from the tragedy and trepidation that...

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Blast From the Past—February 16, 2021 Edition
Feb18

Blast From the Past—February 16, 2021 Edition

By Shannon Zeltmann, Staff Writer This week in 1966, the College Machine Room was open to all students and faculty on Mondays that semester and had a total of twelve hours a week it would be open. The Machine Room housed the college’s collection of calculating and adding machines. Various departments on campus made it possible to create such a room, including the Economic and Business Administration Department, the Mathematics...

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Women’s Lacrosse Coach Carol Cantele Named To the IWLCA Hall of Fame
Feb17

Women’s Lacrosse Coach Carol Cantele Named To the IWLCA Hall of Fame

By David Goldman, Staff Writer Head coach of the women’s lacrosse team at Gettysburg Carol Cantele has received the greatest honor a coach can obtain. After twenty-eight years of heading one of the most successful lacrosse programs in the nation, Cantele has been selected to the Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWLCA) Hall of Fame. With a career record of 422-110 and 12 Centennial Conference championships in the...

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NFL Season Recap: A Season Unlike Any Other Ends in a Familiar Way
Feb11

NFL Season Recap: A Season Unlike Any Other Ends in a Familiar Way

By Jack Herr, Staff Writer When the COVID-19 pandemic struck in March, the sports world, like many other aspects of life, ceased to operate for several months due to both governmental regulations and a general concern over how to contain transmission of the virus in high-contact play. The NBA was the first league to spur a successful return to sports, creating the well-known “bubble” in Orlando, FL, utilizing Disney World resources....

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Professor Emerita Continues Support for Global Women’s Issues from Gettysburg
Dec22

Professor Emerita Continues Support for Global Women’s Issues from Gettysburg

By Alicia Method, Staff Writer As Gettysburg students and community members filed through the farmers market this past autumn, they may have passed a small stand selling handcrafted purses and banners. If they stopped to read the sign, they would have seen the items were created by Bosnian women whose lives have been deeply affected by the Bosnian War and Siege of Sarajevo. Gettysburg College’s Professor Emerita Janet Powers set up...

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