College Announces Changes to Residential Policies for Fall 2020
Jul07

College Announces Changes to Residential Policies for Fall 2020

By Nicole DeJacimo, Katie Oglesby, and Jane Fitzpatrick Administrators have provided the Gettysburg College community with more information surrounding the residential return in fall 2020. Details about class schedules, new updates to the academic calendar, and the state of fall athletics were all highlighted in a campus-wide email sent out on Tuesday evening.   Residence and Move-In Vice President for College Life and Dean of...

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Gettysburg Increases Tuition by 3.75 Percent for the 2020-21 Academic Year
Jul04

Gettysburg Increases Tuition by 3.75 Percent for the 2020-21 Academic Year

By Jane Fitzpatrick, Assistant News Editor Gettysburg College tuition will increase by 3.75 percent for the 2020-21 school year. This increase will apply to all enrolled full-time students, including those studying on campus and students who choose to continue learning remotely. Students studying remotely will not have to pay for room and board. This is the highest percentage increase in tuition over the span of the past five academic...

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Music Education for Social Change Presents “Here We Are: The Zoomsical”
May29

Music Education for Social Change Presents “Here We Are: The Zoomsical”

By Jane Fitzpatrick, Assistant News Editor The Music Education for Social Change class taught by Professor Brent Talbot put together a nine minute musical (which can be viewed on Youtube) as part of students’ final grades for the spring semester.  The original project was to create a forty minute musical production which discussed social justice issues within the topic of climate change.  This plan was changed not only because...

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Resources and Tips for Navigating Summer Jobs and Internships
May25

Resources and Tips for Navigating Summer Jobs and Internships

By Jane Fitzpatrick, Assistant News Editor College students are facing unexpected challenges due to recommendations to remain in quarantine and practice social distancing — including uncertainty regarding summer plans. Whether we had planned on working locally or participating in internships, cancellations and postponements are the new reality. Remote internships are also a new option that organizations are offering in response...

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Great Work from Home: Food Brews and Booze
Apr15

Great Work from Home: Food Brews and Booze

By Jane Fitzpatrick, Features Editor Humbly proclaimed as simply, “Two dudes sharing their love for everything on the culinary spectrum,” the Foods Brews & Booze Instagram account is an up and coming foodie heaven created by sophomores Nate Rell ’22 and Daniel Jones ’22. Rell and Jones both have experience in the food service industry. Rell is an experienced barista who has worked in Commons and at the Starbucks on the...

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