Medical Amnesty Policy Update
Apr07

Medical Amnesty Policy Update

By Laken Franchetti, Assistant News Editor Director of Student Rights and Responsibilities Elizabeth Farner sent an email to the campus community on April 7 regarding an update to the medical amnesty policy. Medical amnesty helps to ensure that students who are at risk of alcohol overconsumption receive appropriate medical attention. Students are urged to call 911 or DPS if this occurs. Medical amnesty then provides protection to the...

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Better Ways to Get Money Than Robbing a Bank (April Fools)
Apr01

Better Ways to Get Money Than Robbing a Bank (April Fools)

By Laken Franchetti, Assistant News Editor   Here are better ways to get money than robbing a bank: You can get a campus job at places such as Bullet Hole or Servo.  Although the average wage for student workers on campus is $7.25 an hour, it would only take a mere 138 hours to reach $1,000! Start your own business!  There are many odd jobs that could be accomplished on the Gettysburg College campus.  For example, people could...

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Movie Review: “Spider-Man: No Way Home”
Mar30

Movie Review: “Spider-Man: No Way Home”

By Laken Franchetti, Assistant News Editor Arguably the largest movie of 2021, “Spider-Man: No Way Home” introduced a multitude of new concepts and characters for the Marvel Cinematic Universe. With his secret identity revealed, Peter Parker comes under investigation and needs a really good lawyer. Early in the movie, Matt Murdock, otherwise known as Daredevil, is introduced. Having Charlie Cox in the MCU is a huge step for including...

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Review: Netflix’s Murder-Mystery Comedy Murderville
Mar02

Review: Netflix’s Murder-Mystery Comedy Murderville

By Laken Franchetti, Assistant News Editor “Murderville” is a new six-episode Netflix series that follows celebrity guests as they attempt to solve murder mysteries. Will Arnett is the lead character throughout the show, acting as homicide detective Terry Seattle. Each episode has him leading a new celebrity guest through a murder investigation. However, there is a catch. The celebrity guests get no script, so they have to...

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COVID Update: Masking Policy
Feb28

COVID Update: Masking Policy

By Laken Franchetti, Assistant News Editor An email was sent to the campus community on Tuesday, Feb. 22 regarding an update to the COVID masking policies.  A recent assessment of campus conditions has led to an adjustment of the indoor masking policy.  Masks are now only required in classrooms and labs, at events and meetings where the host has requested masks, and at indoor athletic competition and performance venues.  This new...

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