College Announces Spring Semester Start Date, Introduces Option for Virtual January Term
Oct28

College Announces Spring Semester Start Date, Introduces Option for Virtual January Term

By Jane Fitzpatrick, Assistant News Editor  This afternoon, President Iuliano informed the campus community that the spring 2021 semester will officially commence on Feb. 1.  In his report, Iuliano suggests that the administration is working towards formulating a plan in which students will be able to return to campus.  “The later start serves several public health goals that directly bear on our goal to bring as many students back to...

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The Office of Sexual Respect Adjusts to New Title IX Regulations, Addresses Sexual Misconduct During COVID-19
Oct10

The Office of Sexual Respect Adjusts to New Title IX Regulations, Addresses Sexual Misconduct During COVID-19

By Jane Fitzpatrick, Assistant News Editor Colleges across the country received new guidelines from the United States Department of Education surrounding Title IX and the regulated responses to sexual assault reported on college campuses. New adjustments to regulations will have to be implemented this year.  Some of the most prominent changes established by the U.S. Department of Education affect the hearing processes which take place...

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Wifi Hotspots for Students Living Off Campus
Sep29

Wifi Hotspots for Students Living Off Campus

  By Jane Fitzpatrick, Assistant News Editor Students who are currently living off-campus may request a Wifi hotspot from the college if they are struggling with internet access at their respective off-campus locations. Due to the de-densification process which recently took place, many students are working from a variety of remote locations without access to the Gettysburg campus Wifi.  Because these students are only able to...

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Political Science Department Welcomes Professor Daniel Gillion as Second Speaker of the ‘Conversations 2020: Contextualizing the Election’ Series
Sep22

Political Science Department Welcomes Professor Daniel Gillion as Second Speaker of the ‘Conversations 2020: Contextualizing the Election’ Series

By Katie Oglesby, News Editor, and Jane Fitzpatrick, Assistant News Editor On Tuesday, Sept. 15, Gettysburg’s Political Science Department hosted the second lecture of their 2020 Election Series — “The Loud Minority: Why Protests Matter in American Democracy” — with Professor of Political Science at the University of Pennsylvania, Daniel Gillion. Gillion began by dispelling certain myths about protesting, such as the...

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‘A Path That Is Not Sustainable’: College Hits Breaking Point, Sends Home Majority of Student Body
Sep04

‘A Path That Is Not Sustainable’: College Hits Breaking Point, Sends Home Majority of Student Body

By Anna Cincotta, Editor-in-Chief, Gauri Mangala, Managing Editor, Maddie Neiman, Managing Editor, Jane Fitzpatrick, Assistant News Editor, and Nicole DeJacimo, Content Producer   Takeaways 31 additional students have tested positive for COVID-19 this week. Some are symptomatic.  Approximately 1,300 students must leave campus between Sept. 5-7.  First-year students, along with a group of others, will remain on campus for the rest...

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