National College Rankings Places Gettysburg at the Highs and Lows
Jun17

National College Rankings Places Gettysburg at the Highs and Lows

By Nicole DeJacimo, Managing-Editor Recently, the Princeton Review published the 2021 college rankings; Gettysburg made the list of top twenty schools for six categories, in addition to being classified as a green college, one of the best value colleges, and a college that creates futures for its students. Of the best 386 schools evaluated by the Princeton Review, Gettysburg College ranks as follows:  #7 Lots of Greek Life #7 Little...

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Anne Ehrlich Appointed Vice President for College Life and Dean of Students
Jun09

Anne Ehrlich Appointed Vice President for College Life and Dean of Students

Anne Ehrlich, Courtsey of Knox College By Nicole DeJacimo, Managing Editor Today, President Bob Iuliano announced in a campus-wide email Dean Julie Ramsey’s new successor, Anne Ehrlich, who hails from Knox College in Galesburg, Illinois. Ehlrich will serve as Gettysburg’s Vice President for College Life and Dean of Students beginning July 26.  At Knox College, Ehrlich served as the Vice President for Student Development since 2016....

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Jeanne Arnold to Leave Post as Chief Diversity Officer, Joins St. Francis College
May21

Jeanne Arnold to Leave Post as Chief Diversity Officer, Joins St. Francis College

By Nicole DeJacimo, Managing Editor This morning, President Bob Iuliano announced that Jeanne Arnold, the college’s inaugural Chief Diversity Officer, will leave Gettysburg on June 30 to work at St. Francis College, NY in a similar role. In her seven years at Gettysburg, Arnold established the climate study process, the Inclusion Partner Program, and the use of the Intercultural Development Inventory. Each of these initiatives aided...

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College Announces Updated COVID Guidelines Ahead of Spring Semester: More Testing, a Move to Single Bedrooms, and ‘Increased Enforcement’
Dec09

College Announces Updated COVID Guidelines Ahead of Spring Semester: More Testing, a Move to Single Bedrooms, and ‘Increased Enforcement’

By Phoebe Doscher, Magazine Editor, and Nicole DeJacimo, Content Producer Dean of Students Julie Ramsey sent out a campus-wide email Tuesday afternoon ahead of the spring 2021 semester detailing the COVID-19 testing plan, housing process, and the updated Rules and Violation Rubric. Sophomores, juniors, and seniors are slated to return to campus for the start classes on Feb. 1, and the latest communication outlines changes to the...

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College Launches New Strategic Plan, Addresses Financial Uncertainty and Marketability
Nov10

College Launches New Strategic Plan, Addresses Financial Uncertainty and Marketability

By Nicole DeJacimo, Content Producer Last week, President Bob Iuliano and Assistant Vice President of College Life Darrien Davenport outlined the beginning stages of the new strategic plan called Living Our Promise in an online seminar. The current plan, Unfinished Work, is set to expire at the end of this academic year.  Throughout the seminar, Iuliano circled back to four pillars and underscored their significance in the new...

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