Management Department Developing Plans for New Business Major
Dec10

Management Department Developing Plans for New Business Major

By Phoebe Doscher, Staff Writer Plans are underway in the college’s management department to introduce a new business major. According to department chairperson Dr. Heather Odle-Dusseau, the department has already spent time developing the course listing and the dual-major aspect of this new major. They will continue to work on the proposal through the spring, including planning capstone and elective courses. Originally, the Provost’s...

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Men’s Swimming Wins Invitational for Second Straight Year
Dec06

Men’s Swimming Wins Invitational for Second Straight Year

By Brody Tennant, Staff Writer The Gettysburg College men’s swimming team put on a clinic at their home invitational, winning it for the second year in a row. The team put up four wins in the morning session and swept the evening session with wins in all five events. The team was able to win 14 of the 18 total races over the two-day match, putting up 1,087 points.  Second place University of Mary Washington managed to put up 895...

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Bullet Shot: Joey LaMore
Nov20

Bullet Shot: Joey LaMore

                  By Garrett Glaeser, Staff Writer Junior defensive back Joey Lamore led the Bullets defense this past weekend against Franklin & Marshall with a career-high 10 tackles. However the Bullets lost the game 24-10 and finished the season 1-9 overall and 1-8 in the Centennial Conference. Lamore, who tallied 35 tackles this season, 28 of which were solo, saved his best...

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Dodging the Bullet: Thankful for Spelling Bee
Nov19

Dodging the Bullet: Thankful for Spelling Bee

By Phoebe Doscher, Staff Writer “Breathe,” I remind myself quietly and quickly before making my first entrance on the vast Majestic Theater stage. One deep breath, and I hop onstage– shocked to be met with hundreds of unfamiliar faces– but nevertheless ecstatic to tell the story I had been immersed in for months. These unfamiliar faces, however, are warm and welcoming and fill me with hope for the next four years of...

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Campus Accessibility Improving, But Still Poses Problems
Nov18

Campus Accessibility Improving, But Still Poses Problems

By Phoebe Doscher, Staff Writer Gettysburg College students are often seen around campus in wheelchairs, crutches, and other devices to aid their accessibility due to physical ailments. Students with mobility restrictions can range from athletes who are injured on the sports field to those nursing longtime injuries or conditions. Regardless of the length or severity of the student’s disability, the Gettysburg community consistently...

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