Two Decades Later, Honoring the Lives of Gettysburgians Affected By 9/11
Sep12

Two Decades Later, Honoring the Lives of Gettysburgians Affected By 9/11

  By Nicole DeJacimo, Managing Editor Early in the morning on Sept. 11, President Iuliano stood at the Peace Pole to lead a moment of silence for the lives lost twenty years ago. There, he honored four Gettysburg College Alumni: survivor John Schmittle ’01; and three lost lives: Tim Betterly ’81, P’12, P’15, Joe Hasson ’89, and Doug DiStefano ’99.  The sole Gettysburg 9/11 survivor, Schmittle, had graduated mere months before the...

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Gettysburg Sets Campus-Wide Temporary Indoor Mask Mandate
Aug23

Gettysburg Sets Campus-Wide Temporary Indoor Mask Mandate

By Nicole DeJacimo, Managing Editor This past week, Vice President for College Life Anne Ehrlich and Provost Chris Zappe announced the College will require indoor masking for all students, staff, and families regardless of vaccination status until further notice, effective August 23.  This interim change results from monitoring the high transmission rate of COVID-19 in Adams County, according to the CDC, the trajectory of the Delta...

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Tracie Potts Joins Eisenhower Institute as New Executive Director
Aug11

Tracie Potts Joins Eisenhower Institute as New Executive Director

  By Nicole DeJacimo, Managing Editor On Oct. 4, 2021, former NBC Washington Correspondent, Tracie Potts, will join the Eisenhower Institute as its new Executive Director. In an email to the Gettysburg community, President Iuliano welcomed Potts and commended her experience.  Potts has served as a reporter in D.C. for nearly 30 years covering the Hill, Whitehouse, Supreme Court, and national policy issues. Previously, she worked...

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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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