Easy Dessert Recipes to Make at Home While Social Distancing
Apr09

Easy Dessert Recipes to Make at Home While Social Distancing

By Jane Fitzpatrick, Features Editor With the coronavirus causing quite a scare, people have swept through local grocery stores and supermarkets to prepare for the worst.  It may be difficult to find even the most basic needs. There are several food products, however, that many homes probably already have, stocked up in the back of the pantry.  The challenge is finding the best ways to combine simple ingredients. Here are a few...

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Now Hear This Goes Digital
Apr04

Now Hear This Goes Digital

By Jane Fitzpatrick, Features Editor Sunderman Conservatory’s Now Hear This program is a weekly recital time for students, faculty, and guests to perform and present what they have been working on during the semester.  The event is normally held in the Paul Recital Hall, but because of the College’s transition to online education, these weekly gatherings have been cancelled for the rest of the spring semester. “Schmucker From A...

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Conservatory Takes Steps to Continue Ensembles and Instruction Remotely
Apr02

Conservatory Takes Steps to Continue Ensembles and Instruction Remotely

By Jane Fitzpatrick, Features Editor The Sunderman Conservatory has been facing new challenges presented in making music together, apart.  Ensembles, from Camerata to Orchestra, are looking forward to some new and exciting projects ahead. Private instruction and weekly studio meetings are being accomplished through Zoom, using specific settings options to optimize the application for music transmission.  Some studios will also be...

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April Fools: Renegade Faculty Members Mobilize to Defend Beloved Gazebo
Apr01

April Fools: Renegade Faculty Members Mobilize to Defend Beloved Gazebo

By Jane Fitzpatrick, Features Editor Professors who live in and around Gettysburg have clandestinely joined together and set up a live streaming camera on campus for those of us who are feeling homesick at home.  The camera is focused on our beloved gazebo, a favorite spot for friends, lovers, lonely poets, and procrastinators alike. DPS has removed the camera several times and asked the sneaky professors to stay off campus, to no...

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Arts Organizations Convert to Free Livestream Performances for Audiences
Mar27

Arts Organizations Convert to Free Livestream Performances for Audiences

By Jane Fitzpatrick, Features Editor Gettysburg students are using computers, laptops, iPads, mobile devices, and all kinds of technology in accordance with the new remote learning styles which the school is adopting for the remaining weeks of the Spring 2020 semester.  Remote learning is a way in which students and faculty can comply with the current health recommendations which inhibit large group gatherings and encourage staying at...

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