Students for Indigenous Awareness Hosts Creators of ‘Ghost River’
Oct07

Students for Indigenous Awareness Hosts Creators of ‘Ghost River’

By Katie Oglesby, Magazine Editor Students for Indigenous Awareness and the Land Acknowledgement Statement Committee hosted a panel with the creators of the graphic novel Ghost River: The Fall and Rise of the Conestoga on Thursday, Oct. 5 in person in Mara Auditorium and virtually on Zoom.  This talk was a part of the annual Peace and Justice Week. The creators of Ghost River, including writer Lee Francis IV, Project Editor Will...

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Women’s and LGBTQIA+ Resource Center Becomes Gender and Sexuality Resource Center
Sep29

Women’s and LGBTQIA+ Resource Center Becomes Gender and Sexuality Resource Center

By Katie Oglesby, Magazine Editor Director of Gender Equity and LGBTQIA+ Life Amanda Del Gaudio and Vice President for College Life Anne Ehrlich sent out a campus wide email Tuesday afternoon informing students that the Women’s and LGBTQIA+ Resource Center has been renamed to the Gender and Sexuality Resource Center.  The name change came about as a result of a campus-wide survey to gauge student and faculty perspectives on how the...

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College Updates from Sexual Misconduct Prevention and Response Task Force
Sep12

College Updates from Sexual Misconduct Prevention and Response Task Force

By Katie Oglesby, Magazine Editor On Aug. 24, President Bob Iuliano and Vice President for College Life and Dean of Students Anne Ehrlich sent a campus-wide email giving an update on the Sexual Misconduct Prevention and Response Task Force formed in Dec. 2020. Assistant Professor of Public Policy Dr. Anne Douds chairs the task force alongside a group of faculty, staff, and students. Their findings released in June of 2021 for the past...

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Class of 2025 Steps Into Gettysburg Tradition with First-Year Walk
Aug30

Class of 2025 Steps Into Gettysburg Tradition with First-Year Walk

By Phoebe Doscher, Editor-in-Chief and Katie Oglesby, Magazine Editor On Thursday, Aug. 26, the Class of 2025 participated in the First-Year Walk, beginning in the Chapel and ending at the Gettysburg National Cemetery. The tradition is 17 years in the making, hearkening back to the 1863 trek to the Cemetery where students, faculty, and members of the community heard Abraham Lincoln deliver the Gettysburg Address.  The first-year class...

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Class of 2025 Enters Gettysburg Community in Opening Convocation
Aug26

Class of 2025 Enters Gettysburg Community in Opening Convocation

By Phoebe Doscher, Editor-in-Chief and Katie Oglesby, Magazine Editor On Wednesday, Aug. 25, Gettysburg College welcomed first-year students and families for the 190th Convocation for the Class of 2025, in-person outside of Pennsylvania Hall. It began with words from Orientation Coordinator Kayla Julio ’22, who read the Land Acknowledgement Statement, a new addition to the convocation tradition.  Julio advised the first-year class to...

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